The April issue of Hydrocarbon Engineering includes our annual Sulfur Review, as well as features on heat exchangers, filtration systems, petrochemical processing, flow measurement and fractional distillation.
The February 2017 issue of Hydrocarbon Engineering covers a wide range of features, including gas processing & treating, process control, speciality gases, desulfurisation, compressors, and pumps & valves.
Our January 2017 issue begins with an in-depth analysis of the oil and gas profiles of OPEC countries in the Middle East and North Africa region, examining the current situation this region faces, as well as the outlook for 2017, in light of OPEC’s shock decision to cut production output.
December kicks off with a regional focus on Southeast Asia, examining petrochemical market trends and project announcements in this developing and dynamic area of the world. Next up is this month’s Clean Fuels Keynote Series article, from the Czech Republic’s Unipetrol Centre for Research and Education, which looks at methods for the assessment of marine fuel stability.
The November issue begins with this month’s Regional Report, written by Valentin Kotlomin, examining the history of Europe’s Balkan region and what, if any, recent developments mean for the future of the industry in this part of the world.
The October issue is home to this month’s Regional Report, written by Contributing Editor Nancy Yamaguchi, examining Saudi Arabia’s international role in the oil and gas industry, and how, in many respects, it is a pioneer and world leader.
The September issue is home to this month’s Regional Report, written by Contributing Editor Nancy Yamaguchi, which explores the Southeast Asian refining industry as it has undergone both boom and bust in recent years.
The August issue is home to Hydrocarbon Engineering’s Annual Compressor Review, which provides an overview of the most advanced compressor technologies available in the downstream oil and gas processing industry today. Ariel Corporation introduces this year’s review, with an examination of the short stroke moderate speed reciprocating compressor market. The Compressor feature is further bolstered by technical articles and case studies from companies such as IPC, Elliott Group and Simms Machinery International. The August issue also boats some strong gas features – Gas Processing, Nitrogen and Process Analysers – and a look at sulfur granulation, courtesy of Sandvik Process Systems.
Hydrocarbon Engineering’s July issue features our Annual Pumps, Valves and Seals Review, providing an overview of the latest and most advanced pumps, valves and seals technologies available within the downstream industry. IPC kicks off this year’s review, taking an in-depth look at developments within the downstream control valve market.