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Phillips 66 and DCP Midstream, LP announced that they have entered into a definitive agreement pursuant to which Phillips 66 will acquire all of the publicly held common units representing limited partner interests in DCP Midstream for cash consideration of $41.75 per common unit.
The announcement follows the guidance by ADNOC’s Board of Directors in November 2022 to accelerate delivery of its low-carbon growth strategy and the approval of its Net Zero by 2050 ambition.
A Russian court has ordered nearly $500 MM of assets belonging to German industrial gases company Linde to be frozen at the request of a Russian joint venture building a gas complex.
Industry Perspectives: From talk to action: Why operators that act today will become the energy leaders of tomorrow
Time is running out on transformation for the oil and gas, refining and petrochemical industries.
Chevron Lummus Global LLC (CLG) announced Shandong Yulong Petrochemical Co., Ltd. has selected EST, which CLG licenses, for a slurry residue hydrocracking unit in Shandong Province, China.
According to the international Energy Agency, women only account for around 22% of the workforce in the oil and gas industry. Progress has been made in recent years, but there is still much work to be done, and Aramco is committed to remaining an innovative and inclusive place to work for diverse talent.
When it comes to quality in construction projects, it is easy to focus only on materials and installation—it makes sense that high-quality components lead to a high-quality end product.
In over 85 years, Aramco has never missed a shipment to a customer for operational reasons. One of the main factors behind this extraordinary level of consistency and reliability is our Oil Supply Planning and Scheduling system (OSPAS), which ensures that every part of our supply network works like a well-oiled machine, 24/7.
Incubated by the OGCI and its member companies, the Aiming for Zero Methane Emissions Initiative was launched in early 2022 to rethink how the oil and gas industry approaches methane emissions and its harmful effects on the environment.
Brazilian energy company Raizen said it has agreed to sell second-generation ethanol (E2G) produced from sugarcane biomass to Shell until 2037, under a program that includes building five new E2G plants.
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