Hydrocarbon Processing Maire Tecnimont wins €80 MM EPCM refining contract in Greece Maire Tecnimont announced that its subsidiary KT – Kinetics Technology has been awarded an EPCM contract by Motor Oil Hellas for a new C3 splitter unit to be implemented inside the Corinth Refinery. LUKOIL's Bulgarian refinery may shut down if it cannot export LUKOIL Neftochim Burgas , Bulgaria's only oil refinery, may have to shut down if the government does not follow through on plans to allow the Russian-owned business to continue exporting, Chief Executive Ilshat Sharafutdinov said. Vopak and PETRONAS sign MoU to explore opportunities in CCS Vopak and Petroliam Nasional Berhad (PETRONAS) signed an MoU for the development of the value chain for CCS in the Southeast Asia region. Workers at bp refinery will not help with restart unless wage demands met Workers at bp's Rotterdam refinery, which is currently offline, will not help restart operations unless their wage demands are met, union leaders said on Monday. St. Croix refinery cannot restart without new permit, air pollution tech The refinery was sold for $62 MM in December 2021 to West Indies Petroleum and Port Hamilton Refining and Transportation, following the bankruptcy of its former private equity owners. Freeport LNG provides summary of root cause failure analysis report on June 8 incident Freeport LNG is today providing the results of an independent, third-party root cause failure analysis (RCFA) report on the June 8, 2022 incident that occurred at its liquefaction facility. People Seeq appoints George Skaryak as Chief Revenue Officer Italy's plans to secure financing for Lukoil refinery face obstacles, sources say Italy's efforts to secure financing to keep an Italian oil refinery owned by Lukoil up and running despite new sanctions on Russia kicking in next month have hit obstacles. Brazil's Raizen to sell second-generation ethanol to Shell Brazilian energy company Raizen said it has agreed to sell second-generation ethanol (E2G) produced from sugarcane biomass to Shell until 2037, under a program that includes building five new E2G plants. French energy minister says fuel supply crisis over Supply at French petrol stations is returning to normal with only one TotalEnergies refinery at Feyzin in Southern France still on strike, Energy Minister Agnes Pannier-Runacher said on Thursday.