November 2017

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Editorial Comment: Ingenuity out of necessity

One of the main focal points in this issue of Hydrocarbon Processing is the environment.

Nichols, Lee, Hydrocarbon Processing Staff

One of the main focal points in this issue of Hydrocarbon Processing is the environment. Over the past several decades, we have seen the hydrocarbon processing industry (HPI) make great strides in reducing emissions, increasing energy efficiency and producing the highest-quality products imaginable to billions of people around the world. Whether it is to lower energy costs, adhere to government regulations or make products more desirable to consumers, these changes/improvements have been made out of necessity. For example, one of the most prominent trends within the HPI is the move to a low-sulfur/zero-sulfur world. With the increase in demand for refined fuels, additional consumption equat

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