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Editorial Comment: Past, present and future: Hydrocarbon Processing celebrates 100 yr of publishing

It is my esteemed honor to announce that Hydrocarbon Processing is entering its centennial year of publishing.

Nichols, Lee, Hydrocarbon Processing Staff

It is my esteemed honor to announce that Hydrocarbon Processing is entering its centennial year of publishing. Over the past 100 yr, the publication has focused on the latest technologies and innovations that have advanced the hydrocarbon processing industry. This includes the earliest processes for thermal cracking to the numerous complex processes for refined and petrochemical products production and the advancement in digital technologies to optimize plant operations. First published in 1922, Hydrocarbon Processing has evolved over the many decades in alignment with advancements in processing technologies. At its inception, the publication was called The Refiner and Natural Gasoline Manu

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