Pratt & Whitney Canada and Leonardo have announced the successful completion of the first flight for an AW139 helicopter powered by the PT6C-67C engine using 100% sustainable aviation fuel (SAF).
Downstream news updates
Lummus Technology and Toshiba have announced a master collaboration agreement to jointly pursue carbon capture projects.
BASF and Heidelberg University will continue to jointly operate the Catalysis Research Laboratory (CaRLa) for a further five years.
Transition Industries LLC announced at COP28 that it has signed an agreement with the International Finance Corp. (IFC) to jointly develop its methanol production facility.
Alfa Laval is partnering with Outokumpu to cut carbon emissions and enable a shift from regular stainless steel, to steel with half the original carbon footprint.
Repsol has begun supplying sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) to Atlas Air for use in all its flights with its customer Inditex from Zaragoza Airport, Spain.
Carbon Clean has received the COP28 Energy Transition Changemaker award in recognition of its contributions to Ørsted's FlagshipONE project.
The first test flight to demonstrate the potential for converting methanol to sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) has taken place in Dubai, UAE, on the sidelines of COP28.
Lummus Technology has signed a strategic supply agreement with NET Power Inc. to design and supply recuperative heat exchangers (HXR).
NEXTCHEM, through its subsidiary MyRechemical, has been selected by DG Fuels to provide the process design package in relation to a sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) facility.
Innovation in carbon capture utilisation and storage (CCUS) technology is reaching historic highs, according to the latest patent data analysis from Appleyard Lees.
More hydrocarbon news updates
IHRDC has unveiled a strategic initiative to assist oil and gas companies in preparing for the anticipated shift from fossil fuels to a sustainable, lower-carbon future by 2050.
Rio Tinto will replace its entire fossil diesel consumption with renewable diesel at its Kennecott copper operation in Utah, US, from 2024.
Iain Gilmore, Senior Manager, Catalyst Technologies, Johnson Matthey, and David Kettner, President and General Counsel of Virent, shed light on a groundbreaking development.
The American Fuel & Petrochemical Manufacturers (AFPM) has released the results of a national survey, showing strong opposition to the US EPA’s vehicle tailpipe emissions proposal for model years 2027-2032.
Vopak has released a new update on its portfolio covering their EemsEnergyTerminal acquisition and sale of three chemical terminals.
Pilbara Clean Fuels Pty Ltd is progressing a development concept for a new, mid-scale, low carbon footprint LNG plant to be located at Port Hedland in Western Australia.
Clariant, a sustainability-focused specialty chemical company, has announced the favourable adoption and performance of its digital service platform for catalyst customers.
thyssenkrupp Uhde has secured a basic engineering package (BEP) and FEED package for the establishment of a biopolymer plant on the Arabian Peninsula.
TotalEnergies has announced a donation of US$25 million over 2024 - 2030 to the Global Flaring and Methane Reduction (GFMR) trust fund, an initiative of the World Bank.
Cosmo Oil Co., Ltd. and Yokogawa have joined forces to promote the digitalisation of operations at refineries owned by Cosmo Oil.
A team of experts are building a framework to help companies reduce methane emissions and flaring in line with the Oil & Gas Decarbonisation Charter (OGDC) ambitions.
TÜV SÜD has developed a new standard for the certification low-carbon hydrogen and blue hydrogen and for its derivatives (currently ammonia).
Nearly one-third of global LNG exports in 2022 were supplied by exporting countries of the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region, according to data from the International Group of Liquefied Natural Gas Importers (GIIGNL).
TotalEnergies has announced an agreement to divest the 36.36% minority stake, held by TotalEnergies Marketing South Africa, in National Petroleum Refiners of South Africa (Natref) to the Prax Group.