Wood has been awarded an EPC support services contract for the installation of a 55 000 bpd, four drum delayed coking unit at a Port Arthur refinery in Southeast Texas, US.
Velocys has announced the return of two FT reactors after the demonstration run was completed last year in Oklahoma City.
As demand for hydrogen increases, US Gulf Coast refiners are consuming more hydrogen from merchant suppliers than from their own production.
Tai Piazza, Industry Manager - Refining, VEGA Americas, explains why refineries should not wait to upgrade their displacer technology.
According to the IEA, refiners and shippers are set to rise to challenge of new IMO rules, one of biggest industry shake-ups.
The IMO’s new regulations on sulfur content are set to change the way bunker fuel is consumed in the US.
Wood Mackenzie comments on the US’s decision to curb the Maduro government’s access to cash from crude exports.