This article will assess the importance of Carbon Capture, Utilisation, and Storage (CCUS) technologies for Refiners. It will look at current CCUS projects in Europe and explore the potential challenges that downstream players will face. Read more.
Our article tackles considerations around the transition to greener energy which this short term crisis has brought to the forefront of the minds of many refiners and oil companies.
Our long term partners, Arthur D. Little, have summarized how they forecast the outlook for the Latin American downstream sector, and more broadly the industry as a whole. Find out more details on the short term implications and explore the long term impact that Covid-19 will have on the industry by downloading their report.
This article will explore the implications of the circular economy for refiners and the opportunities that waste recycling technologies offer.
As the demand for refined products is falling and demand for petrochemical products is increasing, it is vital that refiners consider petrochemical integration. Learn more about the benefits, considerations and recent projects.
Read this opinion piece from an Arts Graduate starting her career in the Oil and Gas Industry and sharing her early learnings about the oil and gas production process.
Next-Generation Operational Technologies Enable the Smart Enterprise in a Changing World. – Aspentech
Latin American Downstream – Our long term partners, Apsentech, have summarized how Next Gen Technologies enable a Smart Enterprise in a changing world.
El Sector Downstream Latinoamericano – Nuestro socio AspenTech, ha resumido la forma en que prevé que las nuevas tecnologías impactarán la industria.
“Greater regional cooperation should be strengthened during this time in terms of products, as well as storage, and even in terms of financing working capital”, says Jose Bautista, Technical Manager at the Dominican Republics’ Refidomsa
Join our industry Expert, Emma Shewell, our resident WRA Researcher, as she interrogates the status of diversity and representation of women in the downstream and refining sectors globally.
Refiners have been targeted as primary emissions culprits, yet such perceptions overlook the real and tangible efforts refiners are engaging with in order to reduce their impact on the planet.
Refining has experienced its fair share of cyclical peaks and troughs – but challenges that were not necessarily insurmountable. As Covid-19 continues to restrict growth, many industries have had to reconsider their positions. David Stent examines how the pandemic has hit the global sector.