Catalysts at the focal point of the downstream industry
The demand for refining catalysts is anticipated to grow significantly, supported by the implementation of stringent fuel regulations and increasing motor fuel consumption in the developing markets, comment Ekaterina Kalinenko and Stefan Chapman
IMO 2020: Energy sector perspective
The full extent of the impact of IMO 2020 on the energy sector is yet to be seen, opine Slava Kiryushin and Alina Akhmetova of DWF (Middle East)
New horizons in COTC, and refinery and petrochemicals
Refinery and petrochemicals integration has been occupying hearts and minds of global industry managers for some time now and still there is a substantial potential for this process to develop further, comment Ekaterina Kalinenko and Stefan Chapman
The Refinery of the Future
The Refinery of the Future is more agile, and able to direct the molecules to processes where they can produce far greater value, says Keith Couch, senior programme director, Refining Solutions Group, Honeywell UOP
Impact of IMO 2020 sulphur regulation on refining and related industries
IMO 2020 sulphur regulation on bunker fuels is not a threat for all market players. It is an opportunity not only for licensing companies, which provide technologies and equipment to treat and minimise sulphur, but also for catalyst providers, comments Ekaterina Kalinenko
Plastics producers in danger of becoming household names for all the wrong reasons
The polymer producers are under tremendous public and legislative pressure to find technically and economically more efficient ways of recycling plastics, observes John Richardson, senior consultant, Asia, ICIS

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