Petrofac has won contracts to provide oil and gas training solutions in Oman, the UAE and Iraq, worth over US$30 million.
Downstream news updates
Research carried out by Wood Mackenzie has found that LNG will see a US$200 billion CAPEX boost as the sector acts to curb cost inflation.
Prefere Resins will acquire INEOS Melamines & Paraform in a transaction which is expected to complete in 2Q19.
Final Investment Decision made by ExxonMobil for the expansion of ultra-low sulfur diesel capacity at Fawley Refinery by close to 45%.
The KLAW LNG-manufactured technology has been effectively rolled out in commercial operations at the Moheshkhali Floating LNG terminal.
The agreement between the Polish government and the Polskie LNG company will improve Polish energy security by extending the terminal.
Axens will provide two hydrocracking units for naphtha production at the Chinese petrochemical complex owned by Shenghong Refining & Chemical.
Babcock International has added ecoETHN, a patent pending ethane boil off gas reliquefaction technology, to its portfolio.
Grace and TechnipFMC will jointly develop technology relating to deep catalytic cracking for the petrochemical industry.
Enhancements to Mimic Simulation Software make it possible to simulate new process reactions and enhance safety checks for plant personnel training.
More hydrocarbon news updates
The European Commission’s report details the 4Q18 landscape for gas and electricity in the EU.
The EIA has reported that the US exported an average of 5.6 million bpd of petroleum products in 2018, a new record.
Denis Juillet, Endress+Hauser, outlines the benefits of professional terminal management.
ADNOC will expand its access to India by supplying its Group III base oil, ADbase, to IndianOil.
Burckhardt Compression has signed contracts to equip mega-plants with hyper and booster primary compressors in China.
Aries Clean Energy’s biochar product has been certified by USDA and the International Biochar Institute.
Key milestone reached by Annova LNG for its Brownsville Project as FERC issues Final Environmental Impact Statement.
The Industrial Division of Advanced Diamond Technologies has been acquired by John Crane, expanding its mechanical seal technology offering.
Don Tyler will hold the position of director of engineering for BCCK.
The proceeds of the divestment of these assets will be used to pay off debt and support the growth of Sempra Energy in North America.
Chevron’s President of Manufacturing Mike Coyle will discuss lessons learned over the last five years in downstream safety, workforce development, productivity, project sustainability, logistics and digitalisation.
A major milestone for ADNOC, the first-ever UAE-produced calcined coke shipment has set sail for China.
McDermott will supply the basic engineering, technology licence, and catalyst for an integrated petrochemicals unit in Kuwait.
Shell’s share of the SASREF refining venture will be acquired by Aramco, giving it complete ownership of the project.