OGJ Daily Newsletter - Apr 23rd, 2024
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April 23, 2024
Saudi Arabian Basic Industries Corp. subsidiary SABIC Limburg BV has undertaken a 3-month turnaround of its petrochemical operations at the Chemelot industrial park in Geleen, the Netherlands, after which one of the operator’s two naphtha crackers will remain permanently shuttered.

Explore how AI is revolutionizing safety in the high-risk energy and utilities sector through predictive analysis, real-time health monitoring systems, computer vision systems, cobots, and VR safety training. Understand the challenges that come with implementing AI and the importance of continuous innovation and strategic thinking in this space.

US natural gas consumption hit a record high in 2023 at 89.1 bcfd, marking an annual average increase of 4% since 2018, according to data from the US Energy Information Administration.
Texas LNG Brownsville LLC signed a 20-year heads of agreement with EQT Corp for 1.5 million tpy of liquefaction services at its 4-million tpy plant to be constructed in the Port of Brownsville.

The American Petroleum Institute (API) released the 13th edition of API Spec 14A, Subsurface Safety Valve and Annular Safety Valve Equipment, to elevate safety and integrity in well completion architecture. In addition to guidance for subsurface safety valves (SSVs), this edition is the first to include guidance for annular safety valves (ASVs), a growing technology crucial for well safety.

Galp Energia in March discovered ‘significant’ light oil columns in high-quality reservoir sands across exploration and appraisal targets in Blocks 2813A and 2814B in Namibia’s Orange basin.
Tamboran Resources signed an deal for gas sales agreement to supply the Northern Territory Government with 13.8 billion cu ft/year from the proposed Shenandoah South pilot Project in the Northern Territory of Australia.

Join refiners from around the globe at the world’s leading technical conference for the refining industry.RefComm Galveston is a five-day, multi-streamed agenda consisting of two days of training in the delayed coking unit, three days of technical presentations, an exhibition hall for meeting with technical experts and sourcing solutions, breakout discussion groups, and networking.

The standardization of ship and shore infrastructure is crucial for the rapid development of liquefied CO2 (LCO2) shipping, which is a vital part of the carbon capture and supply (CCS) chain. This article explores how to achieve this standardization.
Learn how temporary power solutions bridge the utility gap, ensuring uninterrupted operations in critical projects.