Lloyd’s Register has released a new report on the technologies used by oil and gas companies to manage and maintain their assets.
The latest downstream news
The EIA has reported that fossil fuels continue to account for the largest share of US energy production.
IHS Markit reports that the oil price jump resulting from the attacks in Saudi Arabia will not have any impact on the trajectory of 2019 US shale production.
Air Liquide has agreed to supply oxygen, nitrogen and utilities to Methanex Corp. for its planned methanol plant expansion.
SIBUR and Sinopec have signed a framework cooperation agreement to produce SEBS petrochemical products.
Honeywell has licensed its renewable fuels technology to St1 Nordic for the production of diesel and jet fuel in Sweden.
Chevron Lummus Global has been awarded a contract by Bharat Petroleum Corp. Ltd for the license and design of its Hydrocracker & Lubricant Oil Base Stock Unit for enhanced capacity.
Drone attacks on Saudi Aramco will severely disrupt NGL and petrochemicals supply, much more than oil. The impact on global economic and geopolitical dynamics will be huge, reports Joseph Chang, Global Editor, ICIS Chemical Business.
Wood Mackenzie have made a comment on the recent Cheniere–EOG LNG-indexed deal for Corpus Christi Stage 3 volumes.
Woodside and Uniper have signed a heads of agreement for the supply of LNG for 13 years, beginning in 2021.