http://www.hydrocarbonprocessing.com Hydrocarbon Processing Maire Tecnimont wins contracts for approximately $96 MM http://admin.hydrocarbonprocessing.com/news/2022/06/maire-tecnimont-wins-contracts-for-approximately-96-mm Maire Tecnimont announced that its subsidiaries Tecnimont and Stamicarbon have been awarded several new contracts and order variations for licensing, engineering services and EPC activities for an overall value of approximately $96 MM. High fuel prices could erode public support for energy transition, Chevron CEO says http://admin.hydrocarbonprocessing.com/news/2022/06/high-fuel-prices-could-erode-public-support-for-energy-transition-chevron-ceo-says Europe's plan to double down on renewable fuels in response to rising fuel costs could have the unintended short-term effect of increasing prices and slow down the energy transition, Chevron Corp Chief Executive Michael Wirth said. Croatia ready to increase Adriatic oil pipeline capacity, Hungary says http://admin.hydrocarbonprocessing.com/news/2022/06/croatia-ready-to-increase-adriatic-oil-pipeline-capacity-hungary-says Croatia is ready to increase the capacity of the Adriatic oil pipeline to supply Hungary and Slovakia with crude in case of any disruptions to imports from Russia via the Druzhba pipeline. Oil tops $120 a barrel on Saudi pricing despite OPEC+ deal http://admin.hydrocarbonprocessing.com/news/2022/06/oil-tops-120-a-barrel-on-saudi-pricing-despite-opecplus-deal Oil prices were largely unchanged after choppy trade on Monday, buoyed by Saudi Arabia raising its July crude prices but amid doubts a higher output target for OPEC+ oil producers would ease tight supply. Norway oil and gas workers threaten strike, some crude output at risk http://admin.hydrocarbonprocessing.com/news/2022/06/norway-oil-and-gas-workers-threaten-strike-some-crude-output-at-risk At least 647 Norwegian oil workers plan to strike from June 12 if state-brokered wage mediation fails, putting some crude output at risk of shutdown although gas may not be affected. Slovakia says hardest hit by Russia oil sanctions, expects solidarity http://admin.hydrocarbonprocessing.com/news/2022/06/slovakia-says-hardest-hit-by-russia-oil-sanctions-expects-solidarity Slovakia said on Friday it would be hardest hit by European Union sanctions on Russian oil and it expected solidarity from Brussels to mitigate the impact. Industry Perspectives: <i>Hydrocarbon Processing’s</i> Mid-Year Update webcast to be held in late June http://admin.hydrocarbonprocessing.com/magazine/2022/june-2022/trends-and-resources/industry-perspectives-ihydrocarbon-processing-si-mid-year-update-webcast-to-be-held-in-late-june Over the past several years, the hydrocarbon processing industry (HPI) has been engaged in a whirlwind of peaks and valleys. History of the HPI: The 1970s: Crises, clean air, plastic bottles and the DCS http://admin.hydrocarbonprocessing.com/magazine/2022/june-2022/100th-anniversary/history-of-the-hpi-the-1970s-crises-clean-air-plastic-bottles-and-the-dcs The 1970s were marked by several historical events that affected not only the hydrocarbon processing industry (HPI) but nations around the world. Global refiners falter in efforts to keep up with demand http://admin.hydrocarbonprocessing.com/news/2022/05/global-refiners-falter-in-efforts-to-keep-up-with-demand Refiners worldwide are struggling to meet global demand for diesel and gasoline, exacerbating high prices and aggravating shortages from big consumers like the United States and Brazil to smaller countries like war-ravaged Ukraine and Sri Lanka. Sensitivity analysis of a plug flow reactor http://admin.hydrocarbonprocessing.com/magazine/2022/may-2022/process-optimization/sensitivity-analysis-of-a-plug-flow-reactor A sensitivity analysis study evaluates uncertainties in a model’s output based on the changes in the input parameters of the model.