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Refining in the energy transition through 2040

A report from McKinsey & Co. explains why the size of the global refining industry varies dramatically across different energy transition scenarios by 2040.

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The Middle East’s downstream scene

Johnny Stewart, Wood Mackenzie, UAE, discusses the current state of the downstream oil and gas sector in the Middle East, and addresses the region’s capacity to keep up with the global energy transition.

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Blue H2 the right way

James Cross, AMETEK Land, UAE, discusses how to improve reliability and productivity in steam cracker and steam methane reformer (SMR) operations.

 

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The power of digital asset management

Eric Klein, Global Information Systems, USA, and Joel Hurt Jr., Leica Geosystems, part of Hexagon, USA, describe how to quickly and easily digitise oil and gas assets to maximise efficiency and facilitate regulatory inspection and reporting.

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The hydrogen roadmap to relevance

Andy McIntire and Praveem Sam, Honeywell Connected Industrial, USA, detail the use of industrial-grade software to support the digital transformation of the hydrogen sector.


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