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Project challenges in the Covid era

Ajith Muralidharan, Oil and Gas Consultant, explores what the construction industry needs to do to improve post-pandemic project performance.

Costain produces hydrogen transport feasibility study

Costain, in collaboration with the gas networks, has produced a feasibility study that will contribute to the ongoing assessments of the ability to use the existing UK gas transmission and distribution networks to transport hydrogen.

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Exmar and YPF reach TANGO FLNG settlement

A settlement amount of US$150 million will be paid by YPF to Exmar in consideration of the early termination of the agreements and withdrawing the arbitration proceedings.


Pilot LNG and GAC Bunker Fuels sign HOA

The two companies have created a partnership for the supply of LNG as a marine fuel from the proposed Galveston LNG Bunker Port terminal project.


Wärtsilä wins new order from Samsung Heavy Industries

Wärtsilä has been awarded a contract for the supply of cargo handling and fuel supply system for two new Very Large Ethane Carriers (VLEC) being built at the Samsung Heavy Industries' (SHI) shipyard in South Korea.


Wood Mackenzie: how the energy sector is changing

Wood Mackenzie’s 2020 Energy and Commodities Summit Asia Pacific edition recently started, with experts sharing their views on how the energy sector is changing in light of the oil price crash, COVID-19 and the latest carbon-neutrality trends.


Victoria's EPA grants Altona refinery exemption

Environment Protection Authority Victoria has granted Mobil Refining Australia Ltd permission to handle excess butane in alternative ways to allow it to continue to produce fuel at its Altona refinery.


Join us for Downstream Digitalisation 2020

On 22 October, Hydrocarbon Engineering will be hosting the Downstream Digitalisation 2020 online conference, covering the latest developments driving the digitalisation of the hydrocarbon processing sector.