SIBUR describes the development of the company’s latest R&D centre in Moscow, Russia.
Covid-19 and a pessimistic economic outlook will have a near-term impact on oil demand and the refining sector in Asia Pacific. But in the long-run, demand continues to be robust driven by a future demand for mobility and petrochemicals.
The gradual appreciation of refinery utilisation is likely to enable refining companies to remain focused on key growth projects that would ensure long-term competitiveness to deliver strong future growth, according to GlobalData.
The combination of rapidly declining crude oil prices in March 2020 and relatively flat (and historically low) natural gas prices compressed hydrocarbon gas liquids (HGL) spot prices into a narrow price band from mid-March through the end of April 2020.
Adrian Lara, Senior Oil & Gas Analyst at GlobalData, has offered his view on the US$13 billion acquisition.
KBC, a Yokogawa Company, outlines why three words have become synonymous with digitalisation initiatives and their value: analytics, connectivity, and collaboration.
Environmental Systems Corp. (ESC), USA, present the case for using a data acquisition system (DAS) for the management, reconciling, storage and reporting of flare monitoring data.
Ng Weng Hoong, Contributing Editor, examines the effect of drastic oil price changes on Southeast Asia’s oil industry.
The July issue of Hydrocarbon Engineering includes features on a range of topics, including compressors, flaring, process safety, gas monitoring and digitalisation.
MISTRAS Group outlines risk-based inspection planning and the utilisation of advanced non-destructive evaluation methodologies.
Bentley Systems Inc. contends that digital twins are the key to operational excellence in refineries.