February 2014

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HP Editorial Comment: What’s next for the energy industry?

Year-end always leads to insightful predictions for the upcoming 12 months and possibly some longer-term insights. In writing this editorial at the end of December, HP reviewed several 2014 outlooks t..

Romanow, Stephany, Hydrocarbon Processing Staff

Year-end always leads to insightful predictions for the upcoming 12 months and possibly some longer-term insights. In writing this editorial at the end of December, HP reviewed several 2014 outlooks to piece together the short-term vision for the global hydrocarbon processing industry. IEA’s viewpoint In mid-November 2013, the International Energy Agency (IEA) published its World Energy Outlook 2013. This agency focuses on global developments in the energy markets along with environmental and sustainability issues. According to the IEA, we should expect: Access to modern energy, and basic energy security, continues to elude almost a fifth of the world’s population. This tren

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