Pin Oak Terminals opens multi-product liquid marine terminal, following key investment from Mercuria.
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Saipem has been awarded a new contract for engineering, procurement, construction and commissioning of the Al Zour refinery.
Royal Vopak and its joint venture partners will expand the PITSB storage terminal in Johor, Malaysia.
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The API believes that the US economy and consumers will benefit from President Trump’s executive order to streamline energy infrastructure.
Greenfield Global has commenced a feasibility study to expand operations at its biorefinery in Quebec, Canada.
Wood Mackenzie’s Gas and LNG team note that Europe has a fundamental problem of gas storage over-capacity.
Deloitte’s Australian oil and gas leader, Bernadette Cullinane, believes that Australia’s LNG sector must rethink its operating model if it is to compete globally.
The API has welcomed court action to reject arguments made in opposition to LNG exports from the Freeport LNG terminal.
The first LNG fuelled truck has loaded a trailer with LNG at the Gate terminal in Rotterdam, the Netherlands.
After agreeing to sell its Superior refinery, Calumet Specialty Products Partners’ CEO has commented on the deal.
Técnicas Reunidas has awarded CB&I a contract for new product storage tanks that will be part of a clean fuels expansion project at a Saudi Aramco refinery.
Wison Offshore & Marine has received Approval in Principle for its new FSRU design from Bureau Veritas.
SemCAMS plans to build a new 280 million ft3/d sour gas facility to process sour Montney gas in the Pipestone region of the Western Canadian Sedimentary Basin.
Andeavor has received sufficient commitments from third party shippers to construct the Conan Crude Oil Gathering Pipeline system.
The Ma’aden Wa’ad Al-Shamal Phosphate Company’s Umm Wu’al phosphate project in Saudi Arabia has started production of ammonia, merchant-grade acid and fertilizer.