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Saudi Arabia again delays bids for Jizan refinery

Jun 5, 2008 Saudi Arabia has delayed for the third time a tender for bids for a projected 250,000-400,000 b/d refinery in the southwestern province of Jizan, according to local media.

MARKET WATCH: Natural gas tops $12/MMbtu

Jun 4, 2008 Having peaked above $12/MMbtu in intraday trading in three recent sessions, natural gas finally closed above that level June 3 on NYMEX, leaving the door open for possible advances, analysts say.

Angola LNG awards Toyo Kanetsu tanks contracts

Jun 2, 2008 Bechtel Group has awarded Toyo Kanetsu an order valued at ¥13.5 billion to design and supply two large LNG tanks and two LPG tanks for the Angola LNG gas liquefaction project at Soya.


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CCS is a question of scale

Jun 2, 2008 Carbon capture and storage (CCS) is being touted as a promising method of reducing carbon dioxide emissions into the atmosphere.

MARKET WATCH: Crude rebounds above $131/bbl

May 29, 2008 A strong gasoline market caused crude to rebound above $131/bbl May 28 in the New York market, despite a stronger dollar and indications of declining demand.

Regional factors define future polymer trading

May 26, 2008 A recent Accenture study found that all regions around the world are growing in polymer consumption, although their focuses are different.

PIPIP technology aids LNG transfer

May 26, 2008 The inherent design features of current pine-in-pipe-in-pipe technology allow LNG to be transferred both subsea and buried onshore safely and securely, with minimal risk to the environment.

Maximizing gasoline volume

May 26, 2008 The huge and growing gasoline demand dictates that refiners maximize gasoline volume.

MARKET WATCH: Crude passes $130/bbl, may hit $150/bbl

May 21, 2008 Energy prices hit new highs May 20 and continued climbing after former oilman T. Boone Pickens predicted crude futures will reach $150/bbl this year because there is not enough supply to meet demand.

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May 19, 2008

Refiners’ storm plans greatly improved, NPRA says

May 19, 2008 Refiners have greatly enhanced their storm preparation procedures in the wake of Hurricanes Katrina and Rita, reported National Petrochemical & Refiners Association Pres. Charles T. Drevna to a US Senate committee May 13.

SPECIAL REPORT: Extending mole-sieve life depends on understanding how liquids form

May 19, 2008 Well-designed, monitored, and operated molecular sieve dehydration systems in natural gas processing plants effectively remove moisture for more than 2,000 regeneration cycles.

Method is alternative to soil gas for detecting seepage anomalies

May 19, 2008 Through the years, many geochemical methods have been developed for the detection of near surface hydrocarbon seepage anomalies.

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