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Take the mystery out of running your LNG plant

Air Products and Chemicals, Inc.: Roberts, M . J.  |  Schmidt, W. P.  |  Gripp, S.

Many natural gas liquefaction plants with production capacities ranging from 0.5 MMtpy to 8 MMtpy use mixed refrigerants to cool and liquefy the feed.


Hydrocarbon Processing Staff: Rhodes, Mike

Emerson, a global software and engineering leader, is improving perimeter security for the DeltaV™ distributed control system with its new NextGen Smart Firewall, a purpose-built control system firewall designed to provide easy-to-install and easy-to-maintain perimeter security for all industries.

Ecopetrol CEO says oil industry's future not threatened by energy transition

Colombia's oil and gas industry is not coming to an end due to the transition to cleaner energy in response to a union statement which alleged executive decision-making is threatening the majority state-owned company's future.

Thailand soars from 11th to 8th in global LNG import rankings with 25% surge

Thailand has jumped from eleventh to eighth in the world ranking for imports of LNG, after purchases through October soared 25% from the same period in 2022.

Saudi minister says oil firm acquisitions show that hydrocarbons 'here to stay'

Saudi Energy Minister Prince Abdulaziz bin Salman said that acquisitions by major oil firms such as Chevron's $53 B all-stock deal to buy Hess showed that hydrocarbons were here to stay.

Technip Energies has complied at all times with applicable sanctions in relation to the Arctic LNG 2 Project

As of February 24, 2022, the date of the invasion of Ukraine, Technip Energies was overseeing the Arctic LNG 2 project in Gydan, northern Russia. The contract, awarded in 2019, covered engineering, equipment procurement and the construction of three LNG trains.

Russia-China oil and gas cooperation in focus as Putin visits Xi

Beijing has rejected Western criticism of its growing partnership with Moscow in light of Russia's conflict in Ukraine and it insists the ties do not flout international norms, and China has the prerogative to collaborate with whichever country it chooses.

Japan set to extend fuel, power subsidies to March 2026

Japan's government is set to decide to extend gasoline, natural gas and power subsidies to the end of March that were set to expire at the end of 2023.

TotalEnergies Marine Fuels completes first LNG bunkering for Angelicoussis Group's dual-fueled vessels

TotalEnergies Marine Fuels has recently completed its first LNG bunkering operations for two new, dual-fueled vessels owned by the Angelicoussis Group following bilateral short-term supply deals struck on the spot market, signaling the growing maturity of the lower-carbon marine fuel.

India's September fuel demand slips 2% month-on-month

India's fuel consumption dropped 2% month-on-month in September, data from the Petroleum Planning and Analysis Cell of the oil ministry showed.