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The role of oil & gas in a changing energy mix

“This is an important year for energy discussions, given the urgency to tackle climate change,” said Richard Lim, Chairman of the Energy Market Authority, as ...
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Advanced analytics-driven Energy Dashboard carves a pathway for sustainable manufacturing

The Oil and Gas industry has found itself at a crossroads since the turn of the decade. While the demand for oil and gas has ...
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Key pillars for the future of downstream

The crude oil refining industry is currently facing a great challenge, as refiners continue to face the realities of the ongoing energy transition, price volatility ...
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Relying on digitalisation: How digital reliability is the backbone of a healthy downstream 4.0

In an increasingly competitive and unpredictable refining industry, reliability will be downstream leaders’ lighthouse in an economic storm. Volatile demand and new operational, economic, and ...
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Shell pioneers new virtual manufacturing technology

Shell’s Pulau Bukom manufacturing site, and the home of Singapore’s first refinery, recently piloted the “Digital Twin”, technology that will help to digitise their manufacturing ...
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Agility in times of uncertainty

An Asian Downstream Insights exclusive: When the world is evolving at an unprecedented pace, how can downstream operators prepare for the unexpected? From education to ...
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Upskilling downstream: A look at the workforce of the future

Faced by a global humanitarian crisis and an unprecedented drop in fuel demand, the oil and gas workforce is facing more existential issues than working ...
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How next-gen hybrid digital twinning technology transforms refinery performance

By Jari Marci & Thomas Diehl Digital twin technology and machine learning are buzzwords – but what do they mean for refineries?  Digital twins are ...
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Bio diversity: How biofuels are adding new dimensions to Asia’s downstream portfolio

The pandemic was rough on refiners, leaving 14% of refining capacity across advanced economies at risk of under-utilisation or closure. To stay agile and survive, ...
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Why SEA is the ideal hub for crude-to-chemicals’ next phase

In response to growing demand for petrochemicals products and the glut in oil prices, APAC operators have had a chemical reaction: the region’s oil to ...
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