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HP Insight: Technology and market share: Challenges requiring ever-changing solutions

In this issue of HPInsight, workforce, fuel quality and capacity overhang are a few of the challenges that the hydrocarbon processing industry (HPI) must address and resolve. Expansion of the refining..

In this issue of HPInsight, workforce, fuel quality and capacity overhang are a few of the challenges that the hydrocarbon processing industry (HPI) must address and resolve. Expansion of the refining and petrochemical industries is followed by excess supplies chasing dwindling demand. This is not a new condition; however, history and technology do modify how the HPI re-emerges from the slump. Headlines from Hydrocarbon Processing, March 2002: What is the fuel combination to run future engines? Is zero pollution an objective that can be reached within five years, using available technologies? Yes, say representatives of automakers and engine R&D centers meeting at an international co

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