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  1. Ineos expands Belgian ENB plant

    Online Articles

    Mon, 17 Feb 2014

    growth, and demand from new ENB customers, in particular those producing ethylene-propylene-diene rubber, requires new capacity , Ineos Oxide Chief Executive Officer Hans Casier said. “Debottlenecking the Antwerp plant is a unique step by Ineos

  2. Rising output, slow demand to boost US product exports

    Article

    Tue, 7 Jan 2014

    65,000 b/d of announced hydrocracking additions in the US, with expectations of an additional 85,000 b/d in new capacity yet to be announced. The gas oil processed in these units will reduce fluid catalytic cracking (FCC) rates and shift

  3. Oil sands transport Hoptions advance on two political fronts

    Article

    Mon, 28 Oct 2013

    come from the US government, provincial and federal governments in Canada have made progress on alternatives. Without new capacity to move petroleum out of landlocked Alberta, production will face physical constraint within a couple of years. Rail

  4. Chevron names new president of North America E&P

    Online Articles

    Wed, 5 Jun 2013

    Since joining Chevron in 1980, he has held a variety of upstream positions in the US, Angola, and Indonesia. In his new capacity , he will oversee Chevron’s E&P assets in California, the Gulf of Mexico, Pennsylvania, the US Midcontinent

  5. Oil sands transport options advance on two political fronts

    Online Articles

    Fri, 18 Oct 2013

    come from the US government, provincial and federal governments in Canada have made progress on alternatives. Without new capacity to move petroleum out of landlocked Alberta, production will face physical constraint within a couple of years. Rail

  6. Beyond US border, Mexico primes shale potential

    Magazine Articles

    Wed, 1 May 2013

    that lawmakers can decide the best way to do this." Infrastructure and pipeline systems will be crucial in handling new capacity , but with an early focus on consumption over exportation. The biggest challenge, as Rangel-German sees it, is

  7. Asia, Middle East lead modest recovery in global refining

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    Mon, 3 Dec 2012

    record of 9.43 million b/d following start-up of new capacity earlier in the year. It cited China's National Bureau ..... Tanura refinery, which was to add 400,000 b/d of new capacity to the existing 550,000 b/d. In August, Saudi

  8. IHS: US still needs supply from Canadian oil sands

    Online Articles

    Mon, 14 Jan 2013

    China, where refining capacity now estimated at 10 million b/d is expected to nearly double by 2030. Whether the new capacity will be able to run large volumes of heavy feedstock remains uncertain, however, at least partly because investors

  9. EPA proposes sulfur cut in move toward California gasoline

    Online Articles

    Mon, 1 Apr 2013

    mainly will require refiners to add hydrotreating capacity upstream and downstream of fluid catalytic crackers. The new capacity will require new inputs of hydrogen, which some refiners might have available in sufficient quantity from onsite steam

  10. IEA: Iraq is game-changer for world oil markets

    Online Articles

    Mon, 15 Oct 2012

    prolonged power cuts are still experienced daily in many parts of the country. The report estimates that, if planned new capacity is delivered on time, electricity generation will meet Iraq's demand for power in 2015. Natural gas can play a much

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