Engineering & Design

Online Exclusive: Strategies for dealing with rising construction costs

Thorough risk assessment and evaluation of alternatives are keys to success as capital projects continue to experience delays and the potential for cost overruns.

Lummus accelerates CO2 reduction goals through air preheater innovation

Lummus Technology, a global provider of process technologies and value-driven energy solutions, announced major advancements to the Lummus External Air Preheater (LEAP) technology.

DORIS and Axens signed a MoU for CCUS services

DORIS and Axens have entered in a partnership to jointly develop integrated CCUS services. The main objective of this collaboration is to provide consulting, engineering and EPCm services for CCUS projects based on Axens technologies.

Tecam wins three new environmental technology projects for gas emissions treatment in The Netherlands

Tecam announced that it has been awarded three new projects for the removal of gases emissions derived from the venting processes generated at very relevant and technically leader industrial sectors in central Europe.

P2X-Europe launches SynZero for synthesis-based specialty chemical products and e-fuels

P2X-Europe, the joint venture between H&R and Mabanaft, launches SynZero, its new brand for synthesis-based specialty chemical products and e-fuels with sustainability standards surpassing legal and regulatory requirements.

New tech accelerator launched to reduce maritime methane emissions

A coalition of shipping leaders is launching today to identify, accelerate and advocate technology solutions for the maritime industry to measure and manage methane emissions activity.

Enviva, Alder strike deal on biomass for SAF

Enviva and privately held Alder Fuels have agreed to partner on the long-term supply of biomass byproducts from timber for making a biofuel for aviation, a key part of cutting carbon emissions from air travel.

The downstream rundown: In case you missed it 09/02

In case you missed any downstream news, here are the top stories from last week. These articles include announcements from BASF, Shell, Axens, Petronas and many more. Keep up to date with the latest industry news.

Editorial Comment: Our purpose: 100 yr of striving to deliver technical editorial excellence to the HPI

Nichols, Lee, Hydrocarbon Processing Staff

One hundred years ago, a group of individuals saw a need to disseminate the latest technologies and know-how to improve refining operations, safety, management and profitability. At the time, World War 1 had ended roughly 4 yr prior, and global gasoline demand expanded immensely. In turn, new refining capacity was being built around the world to increase production to satisfy burgeoning demand. Simultaneously, new discoveries were being made to produce plastics, fertilizers and other petrochemical products.

History of the HPI: The 2000s: Net-zero, environmental regulations, capacity acceleration and digital transformation

Nichols, Lee, Hydrocarbon Processing Staff

This final installment of the History of the HPI series details major events in the refining and petrochemicals industry over the past 20 yr, including stricter regulations/initiatives to curb carbon emissions, a safer and more environmentally friendly way to produce and handle chemicals, significant capital investments to boost production capacity and digital transformation.