Royal Dutch Shell plc has announced a final investment decision to build an 820 000 tpy biofuels facility at the Shell Energy and Chemicals Park Rotterdam, the Netherlands, formerly known as the Pernis refinery.
Shell and Rolls-Royce will join forces to progress the use of sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) in aircraft engines and shape policies that support a net zero pathway for the industry.
Digital twins to become mainstay for oil and gas operations as companies look to optimise costs, according to GlobalData.
Shell Catalysts & Technologies has signed a licensing and basic engineering agreement with PT Pertamina Rosneft Pengolahan dan Petrokimia (PT PRPP).
The plant in Saudi Arabia uses the Shell OMEGA process, which is based on the catalytic conversion of both ethylene to ethylene oxide and ethylene oxide to ethylene glycol.
Investment agreements for Varennes Carbon Recycling have been signed by Proman and its partners, Shell, Suncor, the Government of Québec, and Enerkem.
Once completed, the plant will treat more than 200 000 t of non-recyclable waste and wood waste per year with an annual production of nearly 125 million litres of low carbon fuels.
Use of Durasorb Cryo-HRU technology in the pre-treatment section of an LNG production plant offers a solution for the removal of trace HHCs, BTEX (benzene, toluene, ethylbenzene, xylene), and water to cryogenic specifications in a single unit.
Shell will halve crude processing capacity and cut jobs at its Pulau Bukom oil refinery in Singapore.