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Fuel leak discovered at Mobil refinery in Australia

Mobil shut down a high-pressure pipeline at its Altona refinery in Australia early on Friday morning after a gas leak.
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BOC opens LNG plant in Queensland

Gases, chemicals and equipment supplier BOC opened a new liquefied natural gas (LNG) processing plant in southern Queensland, Australia, on Dec. 2.
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New discovery could make oil refining more efficient

A new technique developed by scientists in the United Kingdom and the United States could significantly reduce the amount of energy used in the refinement of crude oil.
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Hydraulic fracturing market set for strong growth unless governments change policy

The increase in demand for natural gas and oil is driving the need for fracturing activities and investments.
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US shale gas production overtakes non-shale

Shale gas wells became the largest source of total natural gas production in the United States last year, surpassing production from non-shale natural gas wells.
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Gas flows to Ghana processing plant despite concerns

Natural gas has started flowing to a new gas processing plant in Ghana, despite safety concerns being raised by the country's Energy Commission (EC).
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New gathering, processing facilities planned for Eagle Ford Shale

Navitas Midstream Partners, LLC is to build new gathering and processing facilities in the Eagle Ford Shale.
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Refinery catalysts market worth over $6 billion

The market for refinery catalysts in the oil refining sector is expected to be worth $6,707.92 million in five years' time, after expanding at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 4.24% between 2014 and 2019.
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Ineos plans $1 billion investment in UK shale gas exploration

Chemicals company Ineos said on Thursday that it is planning to invest $1 billion in shale gas exploration and appraisal in the United Kingdom.
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Oil and gas industry needs new water treatment technologies, report finds

The oil and gas industry needs new technologies to solve its mounting water problems, according to a new report by the London Environmental Investment Forum.
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