Supplier News

  1. Clariant Launches PolyMax 850 Catalyst For More Profitable And Sustainable Fuel Upgrading

    Clariant, a world leader in specialty chemicals, today announced the launch of PolyMax 850, a high-performance, sustainable catalyst for petroleum refineries. The new phosphoric acid catalyst increases polygasoline, nonene and tetramer yields at lower operating temperatures, thus reducing costs and boosting productivity.

  2. Neste Jacobs And Coolbrook To Develop New Olefin Cracking Technology

    Neste Jacobs, a technology, engineering and project management company and Coolbrook, a technology development company are developing a new technology innovation in collaboration with University of Oxford's Osney Thermo Fluids laboratory, University of Cambridge's Whittle laboratory, and major chemical producers such as Dow Chemical as well as equipment manufacturers including MANTurbo

  3. SoCalGas Joins Gold Shovel Standard To Improve Excavation Safety And Reduce Pipeline Damage

    Southern California Gas Co. (SoCalGas) today announced its membership in the Gold Shovel Standard (GSS), a first-of-its-kind safety program created to raise the bar for excavation safety performance and reduce the more than 2,000 dig-ins that occur each year throughout the company's 20,000-square-mile service area. Photos of dig-in repair work are available here

  4. YESCO Electrical Supply, Inc. Has Completed The Delivery Of Supplies To The Dakota Access Pipeline Project

    ("YESCO" or the "Company"), an independent electrical supply and wholesale company focused on the commercial supply of electrical components and products that support a safe and profitable project completion, is pleased to announce that it has fulfilled the supply of all lighting and switch gear used on 6 of the Dakota Access Pipeline Project (DAPL) terminals – marking another major milestone for the company in regards to working on large scale national and industrial accounts

  5. SUEZ, Together With CDPQ, Acquires GE Water, Becoming A Major Player In The Industrial Water Services Market

    Today SUEZ announces that, together with Caisse de dépôt et placement du Québec (“CDPQ”), it has entered into a binding agreement to purchase GE Water & Process Technologies (“GE Water”) from General Electric Company for €3.2Bn1 enterprise value in an all‐cash transaction.

  6. Altran Makes An Equity Investment In H2scan, A US Company Specializing In Hydrogen Sensors, And Becomes Its Strategic Development Partner

    Altran announced recently that it has made a minority equity investment in the California-based company H2scan, thus placing the Group in a strategic lead investor position. Altran will also become a board member of H2scan.

  7. Grieve Pipeline Launches Binding Open Season

    Grieve Pipeline, LLC (“Grieve Pipeline”), a subsidiary of Elk Petroleum Inc., recently announced a binding Open Season that solicits long-term commitments from shippers for firm transportation capacity on a crude oil pipeline that interconnects with the Platte Pipeline Station in Wyoming

  8. Amec Foster Wheeler Wins Eni Contract In Excess Of €50M For ‘Green’ Refinery Conversion

    Amec Foster Wheeler announced recently that it has been awarded a lump sum turn-key contract in excess of €50M by Eni SpA for the engineering, procurement and construction of a new steam reforming plant for hydrogen production to be built at its refinery at Gela, Italy

  9. TerraHydroChem Announces Major Strategic Partnership With Environmental Cleaning Solutions Company EMS Management, LLC

    TerraHydroChem, Inc. (THC), an environmental products company that applies innovative chemistry to solve difficult industrial challenges, announced recently it has secured a product distribution agreement with EMS Management, LLC, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Arrow Material Services headquartered in Sewickley, Pa

  10. MMEX Resources Announces Plan To Build $450M Refinery In Permian Basin

    MMEX Resources Corp. (OTCPK: MMEX), a global energy company focusing on the acquisition, development and financing of oil, gas, refining and infrastructure projects in Texas and South America, announced today that it plans to build a $450 million, 50,000 barrels per day capacity crude oil refinery in the West Texas Permian Basin, subject to the receipt of required governmental permits and completion of required debt and equity financing