Air Products PRISM Membranes division in Saint Louis, Missouri, has received a significant order to provide a large quantity of membrane separators to the Ningdong Energy and Chemical Industry Base in Ningxia, China, for use as part of the Shenhua Ningxia Coal-to-Liquids Project.
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Sinopec Shanghai Petrochemical Co., Ltd and Shenergy (Group) Co., Ltd signed LNG fueling station project
Sinopec Shanghai Petrochemical Co., Ltd and Shenergy (Group) Co., Ltd has currently signed the LNG fueling station project framework agreement. The objective of the agreement is to implement natural gas-related business and other value-added services.
The ZR-LNG technology is a simpler, lower capital cost and more energy efficient process than both nitrogen expander cycles and SMR schemes.
Modularisation is opening up opportunities for GTL plants to monetise small-scale natural gas deposits both on- and offshore.
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Distributed GTL plants could provide economic monetisation of shale gas, associated gas and stranded gas.
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Recent years have witnessed a significant increase in the production of shale gas in the US, fundamentally changing the natural gas supply and gas demand situation. There is no longer the need to import Liquid Natural Gas (LNG), and the long-term outlook for U.S. natural gas exports is enhanced. Cheap gas and natural gas liquids (NGLs) has also led to the recovery of the these materials as feedstocks in the chemical and petrochemical industries. Read More ›
CMEN.CC, Wuhai City Publicity Department, Inner Mongolia, confirmed on January 7 that the largest coke gas to liquefied natural gas project has been built in Wuhai City. Read More ›
Shandong LNG project, the first LNG terminal station of Sinopec, is under construction now and is progressing smoothly. As present, 84% of the overall construction works has been finished, including 95% of wharf construction, and 88% of three oil tanks construction and 70% of stationworks of the first phase. Read More ›
CNOOC Limited announced today that its wholly-owned subsidiary Nexen Energy ULC (Nexen), has entered into an exclusive agreement with the Government of British Columbia, Canada to examine the viability of constructing a liquefied natural gas (LNG) plant and export terminal at Grassy Point near Prince Rupert, British Columbia, Canada. Read More ›
Realised Benefits: Debottleneck refinery capacity constraints, high middle distillate: petrol ratio, large portion of less expensive Middle Eastern crudes in feed slate. Read More ›