- Global Energy Infrastructure
Ras Laffan Petrochemicals, a joint venture company owned 30% by Chevron Phillips Chemical and 70% by QatarEnergy, announced that it has secured $4.4 B to finance an integrated polymers facility to be located in Ras Laffan Industrial City, Qatar.
Biofuels / Economics / Engineering & Design / Environment / Greenhouse Gases / Middle East / Europe / Asia/Pacific / Americas
Masdar is teaming up with aerospace company Boeing to propel the SAF industry in the UAE and globally with the partnership aiming to further support the commercial aviation industry’s goal of achieving net-zero emissions by 2050.
Emirates has announced an agreement with Shell Aviation for the supply of over 300,000 gallons of blended SAF for use at the airline’s international hub in Dubai.
Private Russian oil producer Lukoil will lend Azeri state oil firm Socar $1.5 B as part of a broader deal that will allow Socar's 200,000-barrel-per-day Turkish STAR refinery to process Russian crude again.
Saudi Arabia and Russia said they were continuing voluntary oil cuts to year end as tightening supply and rising demand support oil prices.
ADNOC announced it has awarded a contract, valued at more than $400 MM, to Baker Hughes, through its Nuovo Pignone International S.R.L. legal entity, for the supply of all-electric compression systems for the liquefaction of natural gas, to be powered by clean energy, for its low-carbon LNG asset in the Al Ruwais Industrial City, Al Dhafrah, Abu Dhabi.
Americas / Economics / Engineering & Design / Gas Processing/LNG / Gas to liquids (GTL) / Natural Gas / Middle East
Baker Hughes announced it has received a letter of award by ADNOC Gas, for and on behalf of ADNOC, to provide two electric liquefaction systems (e-LNG) for the Ruwais LNG project in the United Arab Emirates.
ADNOC announced its Ruwais Refinery has received International Sustainability Carbon Certification for the production of SAF, making it the first company in the Middle East to earn the distinction.
Advanced hydrocracking unit flow scheme optimization and integration approach to maximize refinery margins for a residue upgrading project
Environment & Safety / Process Optimization / Refining / Catalysts / Crude oil / Desulfurization / Diesel / Engineering & Design / Environment / Gasoline / Hydrotreating / Products / Reactors / Sulfur / Treating / Middle East
The integration of a solvent deasphalting and hydrocracking upgrading complex provides a favorable techno-economic return for residue upgradation at relatively lower capital expenditures vs. other alternatives for a brownfield project.
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