On 22 October, Hydrocarbon Engineering will be hosting the Downstream Digitalisation 2020 online conference, covering the latest developments driving the digitalisation of the hydrocarbon processing sector.
The latest downstream news
Environment Protection Authority Victoria has granted Mobil Refining Australia Ltd permission to handle excess butane in alternative ways to allow it to continue to produce fuel at its Altona refinery.
SABIC has said the two companies are now considering the integration of Saudi Aramco’s existing refineries in Yanbu with a mixed feed steam cracker and downstream olefin derivative units.
Long Ridge Energy terminal, Hannibal, Ohio, has announced plans to transition its 485 MW combined-cycle power plant to run on carbon-free hydrogen.
Eastern Pacific Shipping has appointed GoodFuels to supply biofuel bunkers for its MR tanker M/T Pacific Beryl.
Koch Separation Solutions has been working with ADM on a variety of applications, many of which aim to successfully meet tighter discharge limits and/or recover water affecting their production plants.
The companies have announced a 25-year agreement that will provide the Qatari company with storage and redelivery capacity at Grain LNG from mid-2025.
A joint project involving these three companies has been awarded a £3.1 million grant from UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) to develop chemical recycling.
Linde GmbH and Shell have announced an exclusive collaboration agreement on ethane-oxidative dehydrogenation (E-ODH) technology for ethylene production.
Honeywell has announced the installation of its 100th biomethane grid injection station to GRDF to support its transition to more sustainable operations.