The EIA has reported that gross inputs to US refineries are expected to decline for the first time in ten years.
The latest downstream news
Stena Oil has announced plans to expand its low sulfur marine fuel storage capacity in the Port of Gothenburg as well as boosting its delivery capabilities.
In line with the IMO 2020 regulations, Neste has introduced a new low-sulfur marine fuel with a maximum sulfur content of 0.5%.
Frontline Ltd and Golden Ocean Group Ltd have invested in a marine fuels bunkering joint venture with Trafigura.
Honeywell UOP’s catalytic dehydrogenation technology is being used in a 450 000 tpy petrochemicals unit in China belonging to Zhejiang Satellite.
Rider Hunt International has announced a new corporate identity and name, rhi, alongside plans to expand.
BASF and the University of Heidelberg have signed a contract to extend their Catalysis Research Laboratory cooperation by three years.
New project with US Department of Energy's National Renewable Energy Laboratory to convert renewable electricity into renewable methane for storage in existing natural gas pipelines.
New study by SINTEF relating to exhaust gas cleaning systems indicates that continued use of residual fuels with a scrubber can help towards global CO2 reduction.
Chart Industries, Inc. (GTLS) has announced that John C. Bishop will assume the role of Chief Operating Officer (COO), effective 21 August 2019.
Trafigura has begun transporting crude oil from the US Permian Basin to the Gulf Coast via the newly operational Cactus II pipeline.