http://www.hydrocarbonprocessing.com Hydrocarbon Processing Mabanaft submits approval documents for planned ammonia import terminal in Hamburg http://hydrocarbonprocessing.com/news/2024/07/mabanaft-submits-approval-documents-for-planned-ammonia-import-terminal-in-hamburg/ Energy company Mabanaft has submitted the approval documents for the planned construction of an ammonia import terminal in Hamburg to the Hamburg Authority of Environment, Climate, Energy and Agriculture (BUKEA). Thermal inbreathing rates due to vapor condensation in storage tanks—A simplified approach http://hydrocarbonprocessing.com/magazine/2024/june-2024/tanks-terminals-and-storage/thermal-inbreathing-rates-due-to-vapor-condensation-in-storage-tanks-a-simplified-approach/ Storage tanks filled with condensable vapors can be damaged due to sudden heavy rain if the venting devices are inadequate. Consortia target Citgo's Texas refinery as auction deadline looms http://hydrocarbonprocessing.com/news/2024/06/consortia-target-citgos-texas-refinery-as-auction-deadline-looms/ Citgo Petroleum's smallest and least profitable oil refinery has been thrust into the spotlight as a potential breakout candidate ahead of next week's court auction to pay over $20 B in Venezuela-related claims. Consortium signs MoU for the development of a green methanol facility in Egypt http://hydrocarbonprocessing.com/news/2024/06/consortium-signs-mou-for-the-development-of-a-green-methanol-facility-in-egypt/ AD Ports Group, Transmar and Orascom Construction have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) for the development of a green methanol storage and export facility in Egypt. Goldman Sachs: Global LNG market to grow by 50% by 2029 http://hydrocarbonprocessing.com/news/2024/06/goldman-sachs-global-lng-market-to-grow-by-50-by-2029/ Growth in oil investment shows signs of peaking in non-OPEC countries, while investment in liquified natural gas (LNG) is expected to increase more than 50% by 2029, according to Goldman Sachs Research. X-Press Feeders' vessel is the first green methanol refueling in the Port of Singapore http://hydrocarbonprocessing.com/news/2024/05/x-press-feeders-vessel-is-the-first-green-methanol-refueling-in-the-port-of-singapore/ X-Press Feeders, along with the Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore and PSA Singapore, achieved a historic milestone towards sustainable shipping with the arrival in Singapore and successful refueling of X-Press Feeders’ first dual-fuel vessel. This vessel, the first to dock and refuel with green methanol in the Port of Singapore, underlines the nation's commitment to supporting the transition to renewable fuels in the global maritime industry. Neste expands its sustainable aviation fuel supply capabilities in Europe in partnership with VTTI http://hydrocarbonprocessing.com/news/2024/05/neste-expands-its-sustainable-aviation-fuel-supply-capabilities-in-europe-in-partnership-with-vtti/ Neste has further expanded its capability to supply sustainable aviation fuel to customers in Europe in cooperation with VTTI, a global leader in energy storage and developer of energy infrastructure. Verbio commences biorefinery conversion project in Indiana (U.S.) http://hydrocarbonprocessing.com/news/2024/05/verbio-commences-biorefinery-conversion-project-in-indiana-us/ Verbio has begun converting its South Bend ethanol plant into a cutting-edge biorefinery. With a groundbreaking ceremony, Verbio aims to integrate renewable natural gas (RNG) and bioethanol production through innovative methods. India's use of crude tankers to export diesel slows in May http://hydrocarbonprocessing.com/news/2024/05/indias-use-of-crude-tankers-to-export-diesel-slows-in-may/ Indian refiners' use of crude oil vessels to ship refined fuels such as diesel to key European markets has diminished in May after volumes neared two-year high levels last month. ADNOC to acquire 10% equity stake in major LNG development in Mozambique http://hydrocarbonprocessing.com/news/2024/05/adnoc-to-acquire-10-equity-stake-in-major-lng-development-in-mozambique/ ADNOC announced the acquisition of Galp’s 10% interest in the Area 4 concession of the Rovuma basin in Mozambique, entitling ADNOC to a share of the LNG production from the concession, which has a combined production capacity exceeding 25 MMtpy.