Videos

Hydrocarbon Processing’s Industry Outlook: Spring Update
9 May 2017

The dynamics of the HPI constantly change: new downstream capacity additions, emerging supply/demand regions, technological advances change product trade flows and how industry invests in capital-intensive projects. With over $1.6 T in announced projects globally, it is imperative HPI companies receive up-to-date valid information on market trends, and future development of the downstream processing industry.

The editors of HP have provided their global insights on investments and trends in refining, petrochemical and natural gas/LNG industries for over 40 years. HP’s downstream forecast is a one-of-kind resource providing HPI professionals with data and tools to make informed decisions, to plan strategically, and recognize new opportunities in the global HPI.

During this webcast, Lee Nichols provides comprehensive detail for capital, maintenance and operating costs,  economic, environmental and political market trends by region and sector; and how these forces will influence the industry near-term.

ARC Forum 2017: HIMA Workshop
3 May 2017

ARC Forum 2017: HIMA Workshop "Big Data meets Smart Safety". By Stefan Phillip and Buddy Creef

CSB investigation at Williams Olefins Plant
1 April 2017

US Chemical Safety Board's examination of the explosion and fire at Williams Olefins Plant, Geismar, Louisiana.

Roxtec HD 32 Ex – the high cable density transit
1 March 2017

Seal your cabinets, enclosures and terminal boxes with the Roxtec HD 32 Ex cable entry device – and save time and space. Explore our innovation!

BP in Spain - A continuous journey towards excellence
29 September 2016

How the leadership team at BP’s Castellόn refinery in Spain empowered their employees to be a part of the solution.

Valero Meraux refinery hydrocracker lift
29 August 2016

The transport and installation of the new hydrocracker vessel at Valero's Meraux Refinery in Chalmette, LA. It traveled 6,000 miles from Germany, up the Mississippi river and then to the Industrial Canal, with the final leg by road with escorts and utility line temporary relocation. An 1800-ton lift gantry lifted the vessel up off the long multi-wheel trailers and into position on the massive foundation.

Prelude takes shape beneath the sea
15 August 2016

With construction of the Prelude FLNG facility well underway in the Geoje shipyard, we now turn to the Western Australian coast, where another vital aspect of the world-first Shell Prelude project is emerging. Deep beneath the sea, in one of the loneliest places on the planet, Prelude will connect to a critical network made up of Christmas trees, manifolds and flow lines, all connected to giant anchor piles. Their role: to control the flow of gas.

Driving Safety through Data Analytics
27 July 2016

Within GE, the Oil & Gas, ONE EHS, and Enterprise Data Management teams partnered together to analyze data to create a safer and more efficient working space.