At an event held on 24 September, the Government of South Australia will unveil its Hydrogen Action Plan to explore the usage of the energy source.
KBR and Argus are to carry out a major study on hydrogen imports and downstream applications for Singapore.
The EIA has reported that fossil fuels continue to account for the largest share of US energy production.
The second such license deal, ORLEN Poludnie will use Clariant technology for the production of cellulosic ethanol.
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.
As biofuel uptake continues to rise, two new refuelling stations are to be built, bringing the UK total to six.
The US Energy Information Administration has released its first plant-level US biodiesel production capacity report.
Valero and Darling are evaluating plans to build a new renewable diesel plant in Port Arthur, Texas.
Maersk and Koole Terminals will produce 0.5% sulfur marine fuel in the Port of Rotterdam in order to comply with IMO 2020 regulations.
Working with INA, Clariant has successfully tested the usability of miscanthus for conversion into lignocellulosic sugars and ethanol.
Andrew Petticrew, Head of Global Sales for Automated Weld Overlay at Sulzer, looks at how weld overlay can help companies in the oil and gas industry to repair and protect their assets from corrosion.