January 2003

Trends and Resources

HP Impact: Industry executive looks at downstream’s future

Here is a brief excerpt from remarks given by Paul Skinner, Managing Director, Royal Dutch / Shell Group. Speaking at an energy conference in London, he shared his candid insights into ..

Weirauch, Wendy, Hydrocarbon Processing Staff

Here is a brief excerpt from remarks given by Paul Skinner, Managing Director, Royal Dutch / Shell Group. Speaking at an energy conference in London, he shared his candid insights into the state of the refining industry: The past decade has seen great changes in the refining sector - more transparent markets, new specialized players, significant consolidation, and greater price and margin volatility. Refining challenges include very low margins, increasing Asian overcapacity, the economic slowdown, the impact of OPEC production constraints and the major investment required to meet increasing fuel quality standards

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