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Take a look at the EI’s Refining Collection, where you can explore the locations and capacities of European refineries and discover who participates in the EI correlation schemes on our interactive map.In addition, the collection contains further reading, datasheets, technical publications produced by the EI and training opportunities relating to refining.

  • The Alliance to End Plastic Waste is a new non-profit organisation consisting of nearly 30 global companies that aims to advance solutions to help reduce mismanaged plastic waste in the environment‘Innovative plastics make modern life possible, but even the most beneficial product can be harmful if ...

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  • Ineos has selected Antwerp as the location for its €3bn olefins project, which comprises a world-scale propane dehydrogenation (PDH) plant (750,000 t/y) and world-scale ethane cracker (likely 1mn–1.25mn t/y). The development represents the biggest investment made by Ineos to date and will be the fir...

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  • Husky Energy has said that it is planning to undertake a strategic review and will potentially sell its Canadian retail and commercial fuels business and its Prince George refinery. The decision comes as the company increasingly focuses on core assets in its integrated corridor and on its offshore b...

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  • Since the 1960s, global consumption of plastics and new applications have been the main demand driver of the petrochemical industry. Even in 2018, plastics continued to take centre stage for the world’s petrochemical industry, with global demand growth rates exceeding global GDP growth. Indeed, with...

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  • The Arab Petroleum Investments Corporation (APICORP), a multilateral development bank, recently announced a $100mn investment as part of a consortium of international and regional banks to finance the construction of Oman’s Duqm refinery.Situated within the Duqm Special Economic Zone, the refinery i...

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  • The US will import more oil from Canada in 2018 than from all the OPEC countries combined –and four-fifths of those imports will be heavy oil, according to a new report by IHS Markit.Imports of Canadian heavy crude are an increasingly important source of supply to the US, the world’s largest refinin...

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  • Carbon capture and storage is back on the UK agenda, extended to also include carbon usage – hence the new acronym CCUS – following an international ‘summit’ meeting held in Edinburgh. One result could be that the UK’s CCUS project could be up and running by the mid-2020s, according to governme...

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  • Nigeria is the biggest producer of oil in Africa, and the third largest producer of gas. Their oil reserves rank 11th largest, and their gas reserves 7th largest, in the world.  So why are there news stories of dire petrol shortages in the country with long queues at the pumps?Who runs the Nige...

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  • Digitalisation can give downstream operators in the oil and gas sector a competitive edge, explains Duncan Micklem, Director of Business Strategy, KBC.

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  • Eni and Hera have signed a partnership under which used vegetable oil collected by Hera will be converted into biofuel at Eni’s biorefinery in Venice, Italy. The green diesel will then be used to fuel Hera’s waste collection vehicles.The deal extends an already thriving virtuous circle that Eni has ...

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