ProSep has secured the first refinery application of its MAX+ technology in the Middle East.
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Agreement explores potential collaboration as the energy producers seek to boost revenues from natural gas and LNG business segments.
WorleyParsons will provide fabrication and construction at the Pipestone Sour Gas Plant in Canada.
Ahead of Downstream 2019, an advisory board of major downstream executives will meet to discuss rising workforce demands.
By bringing together two leading players in clean energy, the two companies will become an even stronger force in driving energy transformation globally by promoting the alternatives of natural gas, biogas, hydrogen, propane and electrification.
Leading global law firm Herbert Smith Freehills has advised China energy major ENN on its first acquisition in the US LNG market.
Williams Industrial Services Group has announced a new management structure to implement its strategic growth plan.
Newly published report holds that, amid sustained supply growth, the market will tend toward oversupply.
Ng Weng Hoong, Contributing Editor, considers Asia’s economic outlook in the face of the rising oil cost, surging US dollar, and geopolitical upheavals.
Strategic appointments of industry leaders to drive substantial growth in the Middle East and North America.
AMETEK, Inc. has announced that it has completed two acquisitions: Telular Corporation, a leading provider of communication solutions for logistics management, tank monitoring and security applications, and Forza Silicon Corporation, a leader in the design and production of high-performance imaging sensors used in medical, defense, commercial and industrial applications.
The agreement will cover all the residue hydrocracking technologies of Chevron Lummus Global, for example LC-FININGTM, LC-Max®, LC-SLURRY. The purpose of this collaboration is to offer solutions for all end-customer training solution needs for operating residue hydrocracking.