September 2021

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Editorial Comment: Refining’s evolution: Technology driving innovation

Since its inception in 1922, Hydrocarbon Processing—originally called Petroleum Refiner when first published—has focused on delivering the latest refining technologies to readers around the world.

Nichols, Lee, Hydrocarbon Processing Staff

Since its inception in 1922, Hydrocarbon Processing—originally called Petroleum Refiner when first published—has focused on delivering the latest refining technologies to readers around the world. Whether it is the latest in new processing technologies, maintenance, best practices, case studies, tools and services, etc., the publication strives to provide hydrocarbon processing personnel with the knowledge and know-how to optimize safer and more efficient, profitable and sustainable operations. Throughout the decades of publishing, trends and technologies have evolved significantly within the refining industry. Needless to say, no one could have predicted the demand destruction that entaile

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