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Western curbs on Russian oil products redraw global shipping map

Global fuel suppliers are turning to longer and costlier routes that produce more carbon emissions to move their diesel and other products as Western restrictions on Russian cargoes have reshuffled global energy shipping patterns.

Global diesel prices fall as economic slowdown intensifies

Global prices for middle distillates such as gas oil and diesel are falling as the economy slows, more refineries come onstream, and exports from Russia are re-routed and replaced by fuel from the Middle East.

Indonesia must jump ethanol feedstock hurdle to repeat biodiesel success

Indonesia, the world's biggest palm oil biodiesel user, is now working to introduce bioethanol mandates for gasoline to further cut fuel imports and carbon emissions, but it will first have to secure more bio feedstock and solve thorny technical problems.

Cummins to invest over $1 B to upgrade U.S. facilities to new clean energy tech

Cummins Inc said it would invest more than $1 B across its U.S. engine manufacturing network to upgrade some facilities to support new clean energy technologies.

Select the right capacity control technique for centrifugal compressors: Refinery case studies

Avantium: Pongboot, N.
Global R&D: Boonwong, K.
PetroQuantum: Dyke, S.

The centrifugal compressor has been the workhorse of the oil and gas industry for decades.

Australia heads for second year of record gasoline, diesel imports

Australia's gasoline and diesel imports are expected to rise 2% to hit a record for a second straight year due to a drop in domestic production and a post-COVID economic recovery boosting fuel demand.

Russia diesel exports to Brazil, Turkey and Africa seen hitting new high

Russia's diesel and gasoil shipments to Brazil, Turkey and Africa were heading to new record highs in March as traders pushed into new markets following an EU ban on Russian oil products.

What are e-fuels, and can they help make cars CO2-free?

Germany has declared last-minute opposition to a landmark European Union law to end sales of CO2-emitting cars in 2035, demanding that sales be allowed of new cars with internal combustion engines after that date if they run on e-fuels.

Huge Phillips 66 biofuels project will test the industry’s green promises

In the oldest refining town in the American West, Phillips 66 is promising a greener future as it moves to halt crude-oil processing and build a massive renewable diesel plant, leading a global trend.

BNSF train derails in Washington state, spills diesel fuel

A BNSF Railway train derailed in Washington state on Thursday along the Padilla Bay waterfront, spilling fuel to a berm on the land side of the tracks