Transformational journey of the energy transition
The need to adapt to an ever-changing world has never been more important in the global refining and petrochemicals market. The industry continues to respond to the diverse demands for petrochemical products alongside the requirement to reduce environmental impacts.
We believe in the need to continually unlock new solutions to optimise existing assets throughout the full asset life cycle. From connected design tools providing efficient construction delivery, to the ability to maximise efficient operations from an asset performance, maintenance and life cycle perspective
As we continue this transformational journey of the energy transition, we will explore, unlock and deploy the latest innovations to increase the sustainability of the industry.
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- Case studyFutureproofing fired heaters at the Mongstad RefineryExplore
- Case studyEnabling conservation and biodiversity of our oceansAn estimated three billion people rely on marine fish as a food source. Such demand has spurred overfishing and fueled the growth of fish farms. The aquaculture industry is increasing the demand on wild fish stocks further, with 20% of all wild caught fish being used to make feed for farmed fish, and 75% of all fish oil produced going to fed farmed fish.Explore
- Case studyKuwait Integrated Petroleum Industries Company (KIPIC) Al-Zour refinery projectThe Al-Zour refinery project is a greenfield, environmentally driven project and part of Kuwait’s National Development Plan. The plan sets out the nation’s long-term development priorities, including the aim to position the country as a global hub for the refining and petrochemicals industry.Explore
- Case studyOGCI Climate InvestmentsOil and Gas Climate Initiative Climate Investments (OGCI CI) on a first-of-its-kind project to reduce CO2 emissions in the North east of England.Explore