MATHESON competes on the global stage, serving petrochemical customers in the gulf coast, mid-west, and western US, as well as in Europe and Asia, with onsite and pipeline supply of oxygen, nitrogen, argon, hydrogen, CO, and syngas.
The latest downstream news
Qingdao McDermott Wuchuan has been awarded a contract to provide three modules for the Arctic LNG 2 project.
GlobalData has reported that, by 2023, the US will contribute 40% of new-build small-scale LNG liquefaction capacity additions.
Sembcorp Marine has announced that Petrobras’ P-68 FPSO has left the shipyard to be deployed in Brazil’s Santos Basin.
Hanwha Total Petrochemical has increased its ethylene production capacity by 30% following a US$450 million investment.
Increasing its export capacity and storage infrastructure, Energy Transfer will acquire SemGroup for US$5 billion.
The US Energy Information Administration has released its first plant-level US biodiesel production capacity report.
GlobalData has reported that China Petrochemical Corp. is likely to add 9% of new-build liquids storage capacity growth by 2023.
Gary M. Ostrowski, Baker Hughes, a GE company, USA, introduces the concept of the digital technician and explains how this new role can help to solve plant inefficiencies of the past.
Rystad Energy has made a comment on the recent drone attacks on Aramco oil facilities in eastern Saudi Arabia.
Samsung Engineering has contracted Mammoet to transport and install 49 modules for a Saudi Arabian petrochemical plant.