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Editorial Comment: Celebrating the technologies and people in the global hydrocarbon processing industry

Hydrocarbon Processing Staff: Nichols, Lee

On October 11, Gulf Energy Information celebrated the inaugural Gulf Energy Information Excellence Awards.

Argentina drivers hunt for fuel 'like water in the desert' amid shortage

Argentine drivers ran the gauntlet to find scarce supplies of petrol to fill their tanks amid the most acute fuel shortage in years, which has left many filling stations out of supply and long lines at any pumps still operating.

Hydrocarbon Processing honored at global media awards gala

Hydrocarbon Processing was awarded two Eddies from FOLIO, which recognizes the highest achievement in the global media industry. Hydrocarbon Processing received awards for Best Full Issue for its deep-dive into the technologies that are facilitating sustainability, and Best Series of Articles for its look at the History of the HPI.

Braskem boosts biopolymer development in Asia, opens Tokyo Representative Office

Braskem announced the opening of its Representative Office in Tokyo, Japan one of the key markets for Braskem's I'm greenT bio-based Polyethylene.

Researcher improves CO2 and biofuel byproduct conversion to valuable chemicals

A University of Alberta researcher has developed better ways to convert carbon dioxide, a harmful greenhouse gas, and glycerol, a leftover of biodiesel production, into value-added materials with wide-ranging uses including liquid hydrogen storage.

The Gulf Energy Information Excellence Awards 2023 winners honored at live Houston gala

The 2023 Gulf Energy Information Excellence Awards was held on Wednesday evening at the Post Oak Hotel in Houston, Texas (U.S.). The black-tie gala recognized the energy industry’s leading innovations and thought leaders.


Hydrocarbon Processing Staff: Rhodes, Mike

Axine Water Technologies expands leadership team

Blast at illegal Nigerian oil refinery kills 37 people

At least 37 people, including two pregnant women, were burned to death after a blast at an illegal oil refinery in southern Nigeria.

Sharing insights beyond the fencelines with digital technologies

Seeq Corporation: Bowling, M.

In refineries and petrochemical plants globally, breaking down silos and barriers among departments, teams and functions remains one of the largest challenges when it comes to processing data and operational insights.

Operational excellence: Repetitive incidents in the energy business

JEM Advisors: Kenyon, R.  |  Hanson, T.  |  Straker, B.  |  Ladnier, G.  |  McLeod, G.

Workforce demographics in the oil, gas, chemicals and other energy industries have altered personnel experience ratios.