Blume, Adrienne

Hydrocarbon Processing Staff, Houston, Texas

EMGC '17: Eastern Med gas monetization demands regional cooperation

NICOSIA—Gulf Publishing Company's fourth Eastern Mediterranean Gas Conference (EMGC) 2017 continued on the afternoon of March 14 with sessions devoted to gas monetization options and foreign investment initiatives.

EMGC '17: Execs outline gas prospects for Cyprus, Lebanon, Israel

NICOSIA—Gulf Publishing Company's Eastern Mediterranean Gas Conference (EMGC) 2017, the fourth iteration of the world's primary event for discussing the forces shaping gas industry development in the Eastern Med, opened on March 14.

EMGC '17: Eni chief shares invigorating projections for Eastern Med gas

NICOSIA—Gulf Publishing Company's Eastern Mediterranean Gas Conference (EMGC) 2017, the fourth incarnation of the world's primary event for discussing the forces shaping gas industry development in the Eastern Med, opened on March 14.

CERAWeek '17: India poised to become an emerging energy powerhouse

HOUSTON—At a late-morning panel on Wednesday at CERAWeek by IHS Markit, government officials and strategists discussed India's evolving role in the global gas market. The panel was moderated by Gauri Jauhar, Director of Consulting and Research (Chair) at IHS Markit.

CERAWeek ’17: Global gas growth spurred by emerging markets, increased trade

HOUSTON—At CERAWeek by IHS Markit’s Global Gas Plenary on Wednesday morning, panelists shared their views on how they expect gas markets to develop over the next few years.

CERAWeek '17: Gas execs, analysts discuss Asian LNG market reforms

HOUSTON—At a Wednesday morning breakfast panel discussion at CERAWeek by IHS Markit, executives from Asian and US LNG companies, as well as analysts and government strategists, spoke about the state of the Asian LNG market and how reforms should be implemented.

GE O&G '17: "The future is not what it used to be"

FLORENCE, ITALY—Changes in the energy mix were on top of the agenda of the first day of GE Oil & Gas' Annual Meeting 2017. We covered viewpoints from key executives and leaders from GE, the IEA and Total, as well as the CEO of BP.

GE O&G '17: BP chief says digitization is future of O&G industry

FLORENCE, ITALY—Following the plenary keynotes of GE Oil & Gas' Annual Meeting 2017 on Monday, January 30, a "fireside chat" was hosted by GE Chairman and CEO Jeffrey R. Immelt and BP Group CEO Robert "Bob" Dudley (Fig. 1; Mr. Dudley pictured on top screen).

GE O&G '17: Exec keynotes talk digitization, climate change in energy transitions

FLORENCE, ITALY—The GE Oil & Gas Annual Meeting 2017 opened on Monday, January 30 with welcome remarks by GE Oil & Gas President and CEO, Lorenzo Simonelli.

Editorial Comment: Maintenance spending to jump in 2016 as refiners catch up with turnarounds

Blume, Adrienne, Hydrocarbon Processing Staff

The number of scheduled refinery turnarounds in North America is anticipated to rise this year after declining sharply in 2015, as refiners delayed maintenance shutdowns to capitalize on abundant quantities of low-priced feedstock.