November 2020

Digitalization

Achieve refinery cost savings with real-time hydrogen monitoring

As stay-at-home orders and state mandates to shelter in place made waves around the globe in early 2020, nearly every industry was severely impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Herman, G., H2scan

As stay-at-home orders and state mandates to shelter in place made waves around the globe in early 2020, nearly every industry was severely impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. With more people working from home and business and personal travel slowed, the gasoline and aviation fuel industry has seen a sharp decline in demand that is worse than the post-9/11 era. With shutdowns and reduced production at oil refineries across the globe throughout much of 2020, the oil and gas industry is struggling. It is difficult to predict when things will return to a pre-pandemic state, or if the industry is experiencing the next “new normal.” It certainly looks like it will continue well into 2021. The ne

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