Potential talent shortages are always a reality in the oil and gas industry.
In the current scenario, refi nery-petrochemical integration, incorporating renewables and digitalisation will be the key tools for future business optimisation in the refi ning and petrochemical industry.
Petroleum industry professionals from all around the world met at IDW 2018, incorporating IDTC 2018 (International Downstream Technology & Strategy Conference) and BBTC 2018
Where there is a modern refinery, there is a catalytic process (or processes).
The oil and gas sector is one of the world’s most vibrant. Innovative and lucrative, it offers the dual benefits of attractive compensation as well as the opportunity to be at the forefront of energy development.
Energy consumption is an issue for everyone today, from businesses through to individual customers and those at the heart of our political infrastructure.
Skills and technical knowledge form the basis of exceptional performance in any industry. And, in the oil and gas sector, there is the additional necessity for ensuring health and safety standards are understood and adhered to.
While the Sultanate of Oman is not yet as present in industry-related news as neighbours Saudi Arabia or the UAE, the country is definitely a promising oil and gas producer and – in the near future – an important petroleum and petrochemical products exporter
Is operational excellence now becoming a crucial part of oil and gas companies’ core strategies?
2018 may have just started but we already expect to see continuing trends in the Refining / Petrochemicals sectors of the Energy Industry – important trends seen over the past few years.
A high level of operational efficiency has always been of great importance in the oil, gas and petrochemical industries. Companies invest billions of dollars in high-quality assets and a return on investment is only possible if these facilities are operated safely and efficiently.
In today’s business climate we see that competition in the Refining & Petrochemical sectors continues to increase – year after year and in every region – the GCC is no exception.
How has the Oil & Gas (O&G) industry changed over the years in terms of process automation and enhanced control systems?
The safety element is a key factor for stable and reliable facility operation.
Ever since the lifting of sanctions in 2016, Iran’s energy policy, strategy and activities have been constantly attracting the attention of key industry players from around the world.
HAZOP studies are one of the most widely used hazard identification methods and have found applications in many aspects of both the oil and gas industries.
Risk is usually something that may happen which will have a negative or positive impact on a project.