Hydrogen

Lummus and Clariant unveil start-up of world's largest CATOFIN PDH unit

Lummus Technology and its catalyst partner Clariant, announced the successful startup and acceptance of Qingdao Jinneng New Material Co.'s 900,000 MMtpy CATOFIN propane dehydrogenation (PDH) plant.

Howden supplies hydrogen compression solution to refinery expansion mega project

Howden, has signed a contract to supply hydrogen reciprocating compressors for MSB Unit for the Numaligarh Refinery Expansion Project (NREP) in India.

BP beefs up hydrogen team in bet on fuel's future

BP is beefing up its hydrogen management team as the energy company prepares to accelerate investments in the low-carbon fuel which it believes will play a key role in the world's shift away from fossil fuels.

Low-carbon hydrogen demand in refining could reach 50 Mtpy by 2050

Potential low-carbon (green or blue) hydrogen demand from the global refining sector could reach 50 MMtpy by 2050.

Technip Energies selected by IVERSON eFuels for a green ammonia production project

Technip Energies has been selected by IVERSON eFuels AS, a Special Purpose Vehicle between CIP, Hy2gen and Trafigura, to perform the engineering design of a complete green ammonia plant at Sauda, Rogaland, Norway.

Prevent corrosion failures at each stage of design, construction and normal operation

Park, G. W., Kuwait Oil Co.

Each year, significant economic losses due to corrosion failures occur in the refining and petrochemical industries; unfortunately, many of these losses could have been prevented.

CVR Energy subsidiary selects Honeywell for a lower-carbon hydrogen study at Coffeyville site

Honeywell announced today that Coffeyville Resources & Marketing, LLC has selected Honeywell for a feasibility study for lower-carbon hydrogen production in Coffeyville, Kansas.

Sustainable refinery of the future: Versatile, efficient and smart

Kigel, A., Briskman, G., Modcon Systems

Greenhouse gas emissions occur alongside an inflection point for global refined product consumption. Since the 1850s—when the first oil refineries were constructed—the world has changed dramatically as refined product demand has continued inexorably upward.

Save energy and reduce CO2 emissions with closed-loop optimization of utilities networks

Lodolo, S., Aspen Technology

Oil and gas, petrochemical and chemical companies face the difficult challenge of maximizing profitability while achieving aggressive decarbonization objectives set for 2030 and beyond.

HP Flashback: Excerpts from the 1960s: Petrochemicals rise in prominence and new know-how in refining processes

Nichols, Lee, Hydrocarbon Processing Staff

Petrochemicals rise in prominence and new know-how in refining processes