September 2014

Environment

Can the downstream achieve growth and sustainability?

The global hydrocarbon processing industry (HPI) is transforming beyond typical technical and management forms. This industry is making progress, and it is achieving more sustainability practices. Suc..

Sukumaran Nair, M. P., Center for Green Technology and Management

The global hydrocarbon processing industry (HPI) is transforming beyond typical technical and management forms. This industry is making progress, and it is achieving more sustainability practices. Such efforts are driven by societal expectations. Sustainability ensures a safe and healthy workplace, minimizes environmental impact from facility operations, reduces site emissions and climate risks, adopts corporate support, and fosters protection of the public and underprivileged while supporting economic growth for the operating company and the nation. OVERVIEW Petroleum refining and associated downstream operations must address new rules and regulations over transportation fuel specificatio

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