Details on high-impact refining…

Details on high-impact refining and petrochemical projects, as chosen by HP editors and readers

Although many capital projects suffered setbacks and delays during the COVID-19 pandemic, new refining and petrochemicals capacity additions are being built around the world. These projects are enabling refiners and petrochemicals producers to satisfy increasing demand for clean transportation fuels and petrochemical products.
Using Gulf Energy Information’s Global Energy Infrastructure database, the editors of Hydrocarbon Processing have selected 11 nominees for the 2021 Top Projects awards. The winners and nominees of this prestigious award will have a considerable impact on the hydrocarbon processing industry, whether though capital cost, satisfying domestic or regional demand, diversifyi

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