BP is conducting a feasibility study, with finance company Macquarie Group, to produce green hydrogen at the former Kwinana refinery near Perth, Western Australia, as it looks to help decarbonise the Industrial Area at the site.
Indian Oil (IOC) has awarded a contract to Chevron Lummus for works involved in the modernisation and expansion of the existing 24kbd (1.2Mnta) hydrocracker at its 274kbd (13.7Mnta) Koyali refinery at Vadodara in Gujarat.
Calumet Specialty Products Partners has awarded a technology contract to Haldor Topsoe for a project reconfiguring an existing conventional hydrocracker to enable processing of 100% mixed renewable feedstocks into 12kbd (0.6Mnta) of premium renewable diesel its 30kbd (1.5Mnta) Great Falls refinery in Montana.
International-Matex Tank Terminals (IMTT), backed by a long-term contract with Renewable Energy Group, is to embark on a project to expand its Geismar marine terminal in Louisiana to handle renewable feedstocks, renewable diesel, biodiesel and other renewable products.
Marsden Point Refinery has moved a step closer to becoming an import only terminal after all three of its existing refinery customers gave the project the green light, and Refining NZ reached an in-principle agreement with Mobil to proceed with the conversion.