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  • MOL Group is expanding its petrochemicals portfolio with the construction of a new TVK butadiene recovery plant at TiszaΓΊjvΓ‘ros in Hungary. The new plant will have a 130,000 t/y capacity and pilot operations will commence at the start of 2015, with the commissioning date planned for 2Q2015. Butadien...

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  • The European Commission (EC) has released a blueprint for negotiations on agreeing a permanent relationship between the European Union (EU) and the UK, which would forge energy relations that are as close as possible, given Britain is to quit the single European energy market, writes Keith Nuthall.W...

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  • The European Union (EU) Council of Ministers has signalled that it is prepared to clamp down on EU funding of oil and gas projects, as it considers how to achieve anticipated new ambitious climate change goals, writes Keith Nuthall.In a joint policy statement released in early November, EU ministers...

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  • Total has launched its first large LNG bunker vessel, following the signature of a long-term charter contract between Total and Mitsui OSK Lines (MOL) in February 2018.After delivery in 2020, the bunker vessel will operate in Northern Europe, where it will supply LNG to commercial vessels, including...

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  • As the UK leaves the EU, ripple effects will be felt throughout the UK economy. For the oil and gas industry, changes will occur but the impact of Brexit is unlikely to hamper the strong industry ties that currently exist between the UK and the EU, says GlobalData.The UK oil and gas industry relies ...

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  • Around 20% of Europe’s mid- and small-sized oilfield service (OFS) companies, the vast majority of which are British or Norwegian, are set to become insolvent as the effect of the Covid-19 epidemic will hit the continent’s OFS market hard and cut purchases by about $5bn year-on-year, a Rystad Energy...

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  • European refineries expect the largest impact from new IMO 2020 sulphur emissions regulations, yet just 23% of these refineries are focusing on operational improvements targeting higher availability to make low sulphur fuels, according to a global study of senior employees in the refining industry, ...

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