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Technip Energies awarded a significant contract for IOCL’s grassroots naphtha cracking unit at Paradip (India)

Technip Energies has been awarded a significant contract by Indian Oil Corporation Limited for the license, basic engineering design package, proprietary equipment and catalyst supply and related services for the 1.5-MMtpy Paradip naphtha cracker unit block of the grassroot petrochemical complex in Paradip, India.

bp to acquire full ownership of bp Bunge Bioenergia while refocusing plans for new biofuels projects

bp has agreed to acquire Bunge’s 50% holding interest in its bp Bunge Bioenergia S.A. joint venture, one of Brazil’s leading biofuels-producing companies.

Holborn awards KT - Kinetics Technology EPC contract for HVO project in Germany

KT - Kinetics Technology (Integrated E&C Solutions), also leveraging the technological know-how of NEXTCHEM (Sustainable Technology Solutions), has been awarded by HOLBORN Europa Raffinerie GmbH (HOLBORN) an engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) project to develop an hydrotreated vegetable oil (HVO) complex inside the existing HOLBORN’s refinery in Hamburg, Germany.

U.S. oil refining capacity rises for second year in a row, reaching > 18.3 MMbpd

U.S. crude oil refining capacity rose 1.5% to 18.38 MMbpd this year, a government report showed on Friday as a major new expansion in Texas boosted capacity.

OMV to invest €750 MM at Petrobrazi to produce sustainable fuels

OMV Petrom will invest approximately €750 MM at Petrobrazi to transform the refinery into the first major producer of sustainable fuels in the region.

Malaysia begins diesel subsidy reforms, prices to rise by about 50% on Monday

Diesel fuel prices in much of Malaysia are set to rise by roughly 50% on Monday as the government begins shifting away from costly blanket subsidies to a targeted approach that mainly helps the needy.

Cerilon GTL advances engineering work, with FID scheduled for mid-2026

Cerilon announced today that it has successfully completed front-end-loading (FEL 2) for its gas-to-liquids (GTL) facility in North Dakota and is moving into front-end engineering design (FEED), the last stage before the company makes a final investment decision (FID) for its foundational GTL project.

India's May fuel use inches up on month on strong industrial activity

India's fuel consumption edged higher in May from the previous month, as strong industrial activity and general elections boosted fuel demand in Asia's third-largest economy.

China's May crude oil imports fall 8.7% on weak refining margins

China's crude oil imports fell 8.7% in May from a year earlier as refiners scaled back purchases amid heavy plant overhauls, subdued profit margins and weak demand for refined oil products.

Element Fuels readies site for H2-powered refinery in south Texas (U.S.)

Located within the Port of Brownsville, the complex is designed to exclusively process domestic high-gravity shale oil into high-octane, low-carbon fuels and low-carbon hydrogen, produce reliable electricity.