Carbon Management

UAE Ministry of Energy and Infrastructure selects Siemens tech to power nation’s electric vehicle charging corridor

The United Arab Emirates’ Ministry of Energy and Infrastructure selected Siemens technology for a nationwide network of ultra-fast electric vehicle (EV) chargers which will help reduce carbon emissions.

Chevron and KazMunayGas announce collaboration on lower carbon opportunities

Chevron Corporation, through its subsidiary Chevron Munaigas Inc. and KazMunayGas have announced an MoU to explore potential lower carbon business opportunities in Kazakhstan.

Neste publishes inaugural Green Finance Report

Neste has published its first Green Finance Report to further integrate the company's sustainability ambitions into its financing.

Low-carbon hydrogen demand in refining could reach 50 Mtpy by 2050

Potential low-carbon (green or blue) hydrogen demand from the global refining sector could reach 50 MMtpy by 2050.

Clariant’s global climate campaign cuts more than 4 MMtons CO2 equivalents annually and wins prestigious ACC Sustainability Leadership Award

The accolade is in recognition of Clariant’s global climate initiative, in which the company offered a free load of its nitrous oxide (N2O) removal catalyst EnviCat N2O-S to ten nitric acid producers who did not have such an abatement technology in place yet.

The downstream rundown: In case you missed it

In case you missed any downstream news, this piece will give you a summary of some of the top stories from last week.

KNOC to focus on energy security, push cleaner fuels goal

KNOC is looking to secure more oil and gas, while stepping up energy transition efforts to become carbon neutral by 2030.

Phillips 66 taps FreeWire Technologies to support its first EV charging program in U.S.

Phillips 66 signed a letter of intent with FreeWire Technologies in support of its first electric-vehicle charging program in the United States, the two companies announced.

Wärtsilä opens world-leading sustainable technology hub to accelerate marine and energy decarbonization

The new center will contribute to efforts to advance the global decarbonization of marine and energy by fostering innovation, collaboration, and the development of green technologies using sustainable fuels and digital technologies.

ABB technology to drive production and energy efficiency at Olefin III, Europe’s largest petrochemical investment in 20 years

ABB, working alongside Hyundai Engineering and Técnicas Reunidas, have been employed to install their market leading distributed control system (DCS) ABB Ability System 800xA at the new Olefin III complex in Plock, Poland.