- Global Energy Infrastructure
India will start blending compressed biogas with natural gas to boost domestic demand and cut reliance on natural gas imports, the government said in a statement on Saturday.
Carbon Management / Construction / Asia/Pacific / Engineering & Design / Environment / Management / Petrochemicals / Project Management
Samsung Engineering-along with Lotte Chemical, Korea National Oil Corp. and SEDC Energy-had a kick-off meeting, launching the FEED phase for the H2biscus green H2/ammonia project in Malaysia.
China's oil demand growth likely to ease in H1 2024 to around 4% with resurgent consumption from the aviation and petrochemical sectors offset by weaker diesel usage.
Singapore's middle distillates inventories fell marginally week-on-week as net exports of both gasoil and jet fuel/kerosene grew.
Japanese companies have agreed to develop a carbon capture and storage (CCS) project with Malaysian energy firm Petronas which should start holding its first carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions from end-2028.
Danish shipping group Maersk has agreed to buy 500,000 tpy of bio-methanol and e-methanol from China's Goldwind starting in 2026.
Asia/Pacific / Biofuels / Carbon Management / Environment / Diesel / Greenhouse Gases / Process Optimization
China will launch a series of pilot projects to spur domestic production and consumption of biodiesel, according to the National Energy Administration.
Asia/Pacific / Carbon Management / Construction / Crude oil / Desulfurization / Engineering & Design / Project Management / Refining
Pertamina expects to complete the capacity upgrade at its Balikpapan refinery in April next year. The project will see the facility's production increase by 100,000 bpd to 360,000 bpd.
Asia/Pacific / Catalysts / Construction / Engineering & Design / Equipment / Petrochemicals / Polymers / Process Optimization / Reactors
Clariant announced that its SynDane 3142 LA catalyst will be used in Jiangsu Shenghong Petrochemical Co., Ltd's maleic anhydride production plant in Lianyungang, Jiangsu province, China.
Asia/Pacific / Construction / Engineering & Design / Environment / Equipment / Petrochemicals / Project Management
thyssenkrupp Fertilizer Technology has signed a contract with Saipem to license a urea granulation unit in Karratha, Western Australia.
Current Digital Edition
Sign up to Receive Our Newsletter
- China Shipbuilding’s and Lemissoler’s first methanol-fueled Ultramax bulk carrier receives ABS approval 12/8
- RTX's Pratt & Whitney Canada and Leonardo achieve first 100% SAF flight with AW139 helicopter 12/8
- Maersk to deploy first large methanol-enabled vessel on Asia - Europe trade lane 12/8
- Shell sees $6 B in oil and gas investments in Nigeria 12/8
- Mexico's Pemex eyeing later refinery start-up date, months after initial announcement 12/8
- Indonesia's Pertamina starts carbon injection tests in Sukowati oil and gas field 12/8
Construction Boxscore: Project Spotlight
Long Son Petrochemicals Complex
Long Son, Vietnam
Siam Cement Group