BCCK Holding Co. has been selected by Navitas Midstream Midland Basin, LLC for the construction of a Nitech® Nitrogen Rejection Unit in West Texas.
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The Canadian energy company has appointed KfW IPEX-Bank as an adviser in assisting it to finalise a US$-multibillion untied loan guarantee from the German federal government for the construction of the Goldboro LNG facility in Nova Scotia, Canada.
Ewen MacLean has been appointed to the position and joins from Calash.
The new facility in Sweden will help customers in North East Europe improve plant reliability and performance.
SUEZ Water Technologies & Solutions recall how microbiological growth and sulfate-reducing bacteria levels were controlled at a refinery in Italy.
Oxford Flow, which supplies pressure control equipment for the oil and gas industry, has made three senior hires for the US and Europe, Middle East and Africa.
The company will be responsible for expanding Basra Oil’s central processing facility in the Majnoon field in southern Iraq.
For the week ending July 6 2018, the four-week average of US gross refinery inputs surpassed 18 million bpd for the first time on record, according to figures from the US Energy Information Administration.
A two-stage dry-running booster compressor manufactured by Mehrer Compression GmbH has helped the Taiwanese Oriental Union Chemical Corp. improve energy efficiency.
The joint venture will purchase gasification assets, power block and associated utilities in Jazan Economic City from Saudi Aramco for over US$8 billion.
Sources who have visited the construction site of the Dangote oil refinery near Lagos, Nigeria, have told Reuters that it is unlikely to begin production until 2022, two years later than the target date.
Toyo Engineering Corp. has secured a contract to add two naphtha cracking furnaces to increase ethylene production at Maruzen Petrochemical Co’s Chiba plant in Japan.