- Global Energy Infrastructure
GS Caltex Singapore Pte Ltd sold its first cargo of biofuel-blended marine gasoil to Maersk Oil Trading in Singapore, as it seeks to expand into lower carbon fuels.
China's gasoline exports fell 20% in October from a year earlier, as domestic road travel surged during the Golden Week holiday. Jet fuel demand increased, as well.
Boeing Co said it will partner with the U.S. government in a project aimed at addressing challenges faced by Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation member countries in developing and scaling use of SAF.
Exxon Mobil is set to make a significant investment of up to $15 B in Indonesia for a green petrochemical refinery and carbon capture storage facility.
Three oil tankers, newly sanctioned by Washington, regularly shipped Sokol crude from Russia's Far East to Indian Oil Corp, the country's top refiner, in recent months, according to shiptracking data from LSEG, Kpler and trade sources.
Australia's Macquarie Group Ltd said its asset management arm will make an initial investment of about $190 MM in Netherlands-based SAF supplier SkyNRG.
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Hydrocarbon Processing had the opportunity to speak with Hiroshi Tanoguchi, Vice President and Head of the Yokogawa Products Headquarters, Yokogawa Electric Corp., about the company’s autonomous control artificial intelligence, how this was applied in a project with ENEOS Materials, and how safety is ensured in plant operations.
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Indonesia's state energy company Pertamina and U.S. oil majors Exxon Mobil and Chevron Corp are moving ahead with their discussions to invest in carbon capture facilities while Exxon eyes a petrochemical project in the country.
Singapore's marine fuel sales, also known as bunker sales, rose to a three-month high in October as both vessel calls and container throughput grew.
SunGas Renewables selected to supply green methanol for new hydrogen and e-methanol facility in Australia
Asia/Pacific / Economics / Engineering & Design / Environment / Carbon Management / Hydrogen / Petrochemicals
SunGas Renewables announced it has been selected by Australian green hydrogen and methanol project developer, ABEL Energy, to supply green methanol for a new $1.4-B facility in Northern Tasmania, Australia.
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