Hydrocarbon Engineering

Hydrocarbon Engineering

The April is home to the Annual Sulfur Review which provides you with brief overviews of sulfur companies on our industry and the technologies they have to offer. The issue also includes a look at heat tracing, hydrogen management with Technip and pumps and valves with Metso and Ebara.

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In this issue


(03) Comment

(05) World News
Contract awards, project updates, industry latest, news digest, diary dates, mergers and acquisitions

(12) Solidity without solidarity
Nancy Yamaguchi, Contributing Editor, discusses the solidity of the BRIC energy markets

(26) Pieces of the shale puzzle
Amy Faulconbridge, T.A. Cook, Germany, looks at the future of the European ethane and propylene markets

(32) Rapidly changing scene
John Philpot, KBC, UK, discusses petrochemical industry prospects

(39) Extreme makeover
Koos Overwater, Technip, France, discusses hydrogen plant revamps for the fulfillment of incremental hydrogen needs

(45) Evaluating efficiency
Christopher Finley, Ebara International Corp., USA, outlines how the efficiency of two phase radial inflow reaction expanders can be successfully evaluated

(51) Fugitive emissions efficiency
Mikko Vuolanto, Metso Automation, Finland, discusses how safety standards can enhance both safety and efficiency simultaneously

(57) Bitumen handling made easy
Neil Malone, Heat Trace Limited, UK, outlines how heat tracing can be used to simplify plant bitumen handling

(62) Investigating flexible H2S removal
William K. Rouleau and John Watson, Merichem Company, USA, discuss the best processing choice for flexible hydrogen sulfide removal

(69) Sulfur review
Hydrocarbon Engineering provides a comprehensive overview of the key sulfur technologies available to plant/refinery operations

(88) 15 questions with...
Richard Longdon, Group Chief Executive, AVEVA Group plc, talks software in the oil and gas industry, and his favourite book

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