The largest reactor of its type has been built by the American multinational at the PetroChina refinery in Jilin, China.
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NEB releases report on optimising oil pipeline and rail capacity from Western Canada.
The solution can be fitted to all Sercel Nomad seismic vibrator trucks and works by optimising a truck’s travel time to the next vibrating point (VP) and reducing baseplate dead time.
Feasibility studies in order to accelerate the exploitation of these new resources leveraging the synergies with existing facilities will start after finalising the discovery evaluation.
In this webinar, T.D. Williamson’s Matthew Romney will discuss the problem of selective seam weld corrosion (SSWC), the factors that make pipelines susceptible to it, the research that went into developing the classifier and field results proving its efficacy.
Hydrogen and fuel cell technologies are now rapidly growing in importance as energy sources and energy storage media as the world increasingly turns to renewable energy sources.
Thomas Hennig, Technology Advisor, NDT Global, gives an overview of the company's newest cracking technology.
Wärtsilä has been given Notice to Proceed for a liquid biogas (bioLNG) plant to be built in Asker, Norway.
The company has entered into an agreement with Eni to acquire a 30% participating interest in the Tarfaya Shallow Exploration Permit, a series of 12 neighbouring offshore blocks along the Atlantic coast of the Kingdom of Morocco.
API and the Alaska Oil and Gas Association have submitted comments to the Bureau of Land Management.
Oil majors are readying themselves for the energy transition by investing in shale and waiting for renewable technology to be economical, according to Rystad Energy.