Sulzer Chemtech has completed column revamp projects for the Sadara Chemical Company’s chemical complex.
Downstream news updates
This event celebrates the achievement of a major project that will provide customers with efficiencies and higher levels of productivity.
Analysis published by the Low Carbon Prosperity Institute shows new industrial facilities can play an important role in a low-carbon future.
The plant will produce oxygen, nitrogen, and argon for use in customer applications such as metal fabrication, blanketing, purging, combustion, chilling and freezing.
The initiatives tested include drone inspection, jetty inspection using an underwater ROV, digital vessel clearance tool and robots for in-service tank inspection.
Total has signed an agreement to divest a 4% interest in the Ichthys LNG project in Australia to operating partner INPEX for an overall consideration of US$1.6 billion.
More hydrocarbon news updates
During the week ending November 30, 2018, the United States exported more crude oil and petroleum products than it imported for the first time in weekly data going back to 1991.
USD Partners LP has entered into a three-year agreement at its Casper Terminal with a new multi-national, investment grade customer
This will be the third spot delivery to arrive at the President Lech Kaczynski Terminal this year.
Acquisition broadens Emerson’s portfolio of valves and critical isolation technologies serving the LNG industry.
The new company, Lux-on, aims to use carbon dioxide as a raw material for producing PHA biopolymers.
The facility in Minnesota will be built, owned and operated by Air Products.
The plant is set to begin operations in 2020.
The EOI should contain an indicative price offer and a proposal for how the tank could be used.
The opening ceremony for each facility was held at the Qingdao Port International Crude Oil Trade Development Conference 2019.
Modular cryogenic plants recover valuable natural gas liquids from shale gas.
Total announces the start of LNG exports from the third train of the Yamal LNG project in Russia.
The departure marks Texas’s first LNG export.
The investment of approximately €1.4 billion will increase the company’s overall Singapore capacity by up to 1.3 million tpy.
Woodside Energy Ltd has entered into a long-term gas sale and purchase agreement with Alcoa Australia Ltd for the supply of pipeline gas.