Engineering & Design

Jacobs to upgrade Singapore Refining Co.’s Jurong Island refinery

Jacobs Engineering Group received a contract from Singapore Refining Company to provide services for an upgrade project at their Jurong Island refinery.

Curacao inks deal with China firm to run Isla refinery

The government of Curacao has signed a preliminary agreement with China's Guangdong Zhenrong Energy to operate the aging Isla refinery and invest some $10 B to upgrade the facility.

Linde, Petronas JV to build air gas facility at Pengerang petroleum complex

Linde Malaysia and Petronas Gas Berhad will build an industrial air gas facility that supply the needs of Petronas’ refinery and petrochemicals integrated complex in southern Malaysia.

Technip awarded EPC contract for ENOC refinery expansion

Technip will serve as the main EPC contractor for Emirates National Oil Co.’s $1 B expansion of its Jebel Ali refinery.

Intelliwave and Shell sign global framework agreement

Intelliwave Technologies Inc. has signed a global framework agreement with Shell to support Shell's ProjectVantage program.

Schneider Electric brings process engineering to the cloud with SimSci Online

New cloud platform lets users access industry-leading SimSci software from anywhere for a highly available and scalable solution

Linde Engineering NA expands use of AspenTech software

Linde Engineering North America Inc. has standardized Aspen Technology’s Aspen Capital Cost Estimator technology.

INEOS Oligomers plans to build a new PAO plant

INEOS Oligomers will significantly grow its low viscosity polyalphaolefin (PAO) business. Investment by the business will significantly increase the supply of low viscosity PAO to a growing market.

Jacobs to build linear alpha olefin unit for INEOS in Texas

Jacobs Engineering Group Inc. received a contract from INEOS Oligomers to design and build a large linear alpha olefin unit at the INEOS petrochemical complex in Chocolate Bayou, Texas.

China oil giant CNPC sells $3.8 B of engineering assets

China National Petroleum Corp. will sell $3.8 B worth of engineering related assets to a listed arm as part of a push to restructure its non-core business.