The IEA has reported that international action can scale up hydrogen production to make it central to a clean energy future.
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Wood Mackenzie reports that Argentina’s seasonal LNG production will align with peak Asian demand.
INVISTA and Koch-Glitsch will offer their ExoS solvent extraction technology to refineries, pledging to preserve octane and reduce the hydrotreater load.
Clariant has released CATOFIN 311, a propane dehydrogenation catalyst which the company says has greater selectivity and a longer lifetime.
The Polish Oil and Gas Company (PGNiG) has signed an agreement with Venture Global LNG to purchase an additional 1.5 million tpy of LNG.
A video offers a look at the scale of ExxonMobil’s project to expand its Group II base stocks capacity.
On June 5 2019, China Petroleum & Chemical Corporation (SINOPEC) and SIBUR Holding (SIBUR) signed a framework agreement for Amur Gas Chemical Complex (Amur GCC) in Moscow.
To meet growing global demand, ExxonMobil has completed the expansion of its Group II base stocks capacity at its Singapore complex.
Williams has joined the natural gas industry-led organisation ONE Future, dedicated to voluntarily reducing methane emissions across the natural gas value chain.
The 2019 edition of BP’s Statistical Review of World Energy focuses on the rift between demands for action on climate change and the slow progress being made.
PowerHouse Energy exemplifies how a newly commercial technology can be used to turn waste plastic into clean fuel.
Worley and Enaval have entered a 50:50 joint venture to offer EPC and MMO services to the Brazilian oil and gas industry.