Energy Transition Expected to Play a Major Role in the Oil and Gas Industry 2020 January-February Business Environmental Fullstream 

Energy Transition Expected to Play a Major Role in the Oil and Gas Industry

Oil and gas storage primarily refers to the state employed for the safe storage of both refined and unrefined products including gas oil, gasoline, diesel, kerosene, aviation fuel, naphtha, liquefied natural gas, and liquefied petroleum gas. Recent innovations and technological advancement has longer storage back-up and expected to fuel the market in the future years. Emerging technology such as floating… Read More
Find out what the buzz is all about surrounding the IMO 2020 low-sulfur marine fuel regulation in The Beehive State. #OilmanNEWS Business Downstream Environmental Oil and Gas News Petrochemical 

What’s All the Buzz Around IMO 2020 About in Utah?

Find out what the buzz is all about surrounding the IMO 2020 low-sulfur marine fuel regulation in The Beehive State. An editorial published in the Standard-Examiner, titled “For states like Utah, IMO 2020’s new regulations can’t come fast enough”, discussed the operational advantages of refining operations in Utah and how the state is well positioned for IMO 2020. While the… Read More
When to Replace Your RO Membrane #OilmanNEWS Environmental Oil and Gas News Petrochemical 

When to Replace Your RO Membrane

On the surface, it might seem that knowing when to replace the membrane elements in a reverse osmosis (RO) system would be simple. In attempting to keep it simple, many companies will use one or more of the following guidelines for replacing their membrane: time, often after 3 years (the membrane manufacturer’s warranty period) an increase in the RO permeate… Read More
North America energy storage tenders activity slumps 45% in Q3 2019 #OilmanNEWS Downstream Environmental Oil and Gas News 

North America Energy Storage Tenders Activity Slumps 45% in Q3 2019

There were 23 energy storage tenders announced in the North America region in Q3 2019, marking a drop of 45 percent over the last 12-month average of 42, according to GlobalData’s power industry tenders database. Generation Equipment stood at first place when compared with other power tender categories in the North America region in Q3 2019 with 68 tenders and… Read More
Is UK offshore energy industry doing enough to meet net- zero emissions by 2050? #OilmanNEWS Environmental Offshore Oil and Gas News 

Is UK Offshore Energy Industry Doing Enough to Meet Net-zero Emissions by 2050?

UK offshore industry body Oil and Gas UK (OGUK)’s recent report highlights both the general importance of striving for net-zero emissions and the role that the oil and gas industry has to play in that goal. Given the industry’s historic contributions to emissions and the steady move towards renewables, the report could be seen as a survival move as much… Read More
New York seeks retribution for alleged climate change damages #OilmanNEWS Alex Mills Contributors Environmental Oil and Gas News 

New York Seeks Retribution for Alleged Climate Change Damages

The crusade against fossil fuels – crude oil, natural gas and coal – has engulfed the political arena for several decades, but the fight has expanded recently into the legal system. Liberals on the left have tried to tax and regulate fossil fuels dating back to the 1970s when President Jimmy Carter signed the Crude Oil Windfall Profits Tax, which… Read More
Anue Geo-Membrane systems eliminate odors in all shapes and sized applications 2019 September-October Environmental Exploration & Production 

Odor Control in Oilfields Now Has Greener Options

Every year, oil companies receive hundreds of complaints about nuisance odors emanating from oilfields. For residents living in these areas, “rotten egg” smells and “dead fish” odors are a fact of life. Companies search to find the causes and solutions for these nuisance odors without breaking the bank. Companies are looking at new technologies and new applications of existing chemicals… Read More
Waterless Oil Sands Extraction Process set to Improve Oil and Gas Industry Environmental Track Record 2019 May-June Environmental Exploration & Production 

Waterless Oil Sands Extraction Process set to Improve Oil and Gas Industry Environmental Track Record

David Sealock, CEO of Petroteq Energy spoke with OILMAN’s editor, Eric Eissler, at length about the company’s innovative oil sands extraction technique which is environmentally friendly because it does not use water in the extraction process. Crunching the Numbers When you think about the costs of buying capital equipment, there are high associated costs with it that makes many executives… Read More
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