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Key considerations for the design and operation of a renewable diesel unit

ExxonMobil Chemical Company: Green, S.

Designs for the process configuration and operation of the unit are fundamental aspects in the production of renewable diesel.

HP Flashback: Advancing processing technologies and refining operations: Excerpts from the 1920s

Hydrocarbon Processing Staff: Nichols, Lee

The following is a mixture of technical articles, columns and headlines published in the 1920s by <i>The Refiner and Natural Gasoline Manufacturer</i>, the forerunner to <i>Hydrocarbon Processing</i>.

Comparing green fuels for marine engines—Part 1

Refinery Automation Institute: Bushiri, D.

The marine shipping industry, which accounts for 80% of global trade and 3% of annual global carbon emissions,<sup>1</sup> must adhere to stringent International Maritime Organization (IMO) goals of reducing total annual greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by at least 50% below 2008 levels by 2050.<sup>2</sup>


Hydrocarbon Processing Staff: Nichols, Lee

Eni plans to launch its 3.4-MMtpy FLNG vessel offshore Mozambique this year. The Coral Sul FLNG vessel is being built by Samsung Heavy Industries.

Sustainability through efficiency: A plan for the refining industry

Emerson Automation Solutions: Carugo, M.

The U.S. Energy Information Administration projects that carbon dioxide (CO<sub>2</sub>) emissions will decrease through 2050 in Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development countries (OECD), which includes the U.S.<sup>1</sup>

History of the HPI-Up to the 1930s: Whales, lamps, automobiles, plastics and war

Hydrocarbon Processing Staff: Nichols, Lee

Over the next 10 mos, <i>Hydrocarbon Processing</i> will provide a detailed history of the origins and evolution of the hydrocarbon processing industry (HPI).

Editorial Comment: Past, present and future: Hydrocarbon Processing celebrates 100 yr of publishing

Hydrocarbon Processing Staff: Nichols, Lee

It is my esteemed honor to announce that <i>Hydrocarbon Processing</i> is entering its centennial year of publishing.

Process Controls, Instrumentation and Automation: Improved methods for trace element analysis of challenging petrochemical samples

Thermo Fisher Scientific: Kutscher, D.

There is no doubt that the purpose of refining crude oils into natural raw materials is crucial to produce a vast array of fuels and products used in our daily lives.

Industry Perspectives: Asia continues to dominate new project market share

Hydrocarbon Processing Staff: Nichols, Lee

According to Gulf Energy Information’s Global Energy Infrastructure database, new project announcements have decreased by approximately 6% year-over-year.

How one analyzer technology can improve a semi-regenerative catalytic reforming process

Endress+Hauser: Garza, A.

Going back to the earliest days of the industry, oil refiners have found that breaking down crude oil into marketable fractions does not always result in high volumes of the most profitable products.