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ExxonMobil announces new lubricant for 2020 sulphur cap compliance

ExxonMobil informed that it has added another marine lubricant for compliance with IMO 2020 sulphur cap. Mobilgard M420 is a 20 BN oil that has been tested for use in medium speed engines and it has received No Objection Letters from engine builders, including MAN ES and Wartsila.

Petrobras to test 2020 sulphur cap compliant fuel

Brazilian Petrobras informed that it will carry out tests starting in June, aiming to evaluate the production of 2020 sulphur cap compliant fuel. As the company said, it does not know the exact viscosity, but it expects it to be lower. During April, Petrobras produced its first set of 0.5% sulphur fuel oil, from its Isaac Sabba refinery in Manaus. The fuel had 0.34% sulphur content, viscosity of 323cst at 50°C and density of 932.7 kg/m3 at 15°C.

ExxonMobil partners with the Netherlands presenting hydrocracker plant

ExxonMobil and the Netherlands’ government leaders met in the Port of Rotterdam to celebrate the beginning of a new installation at the port’s refinery. The project reflects an investment of more than a billion euros. The hydrocracker plant uses a first in the world combination of proprietary process and catalyst technology to efficiently produce both high-quality base stocks and ultra-low sulphur diesel.

ExxonMobil signs 20-year LNG agreement

ExxonMobil announced that it signed a sales and purchase agreement with Zhejiang Provincial Energy Group for liquefied natural gas (LNG) supply. In light of the agreement, Zhejiang Energy is expected to receive 1 million metric tonnes per annum of LNG over 20 years.

ExxonMobil begins operation on unit to produce clean transport fuel

ExxonMobil took a Delayed Coker Unit into operation at its refinery in Antwerp at the start of April. The unit converts heavy, high-sulphur oil products into cleaner transport fuel like diesel and fuel oil for shipping. The new plant represents an investment of over 1 billion euros. The DCU has been created ahead of the new shipping regulations, which will come into force on 1 January 2020.

Exxon considers creation of floating LNG collaboration in Israel

ExxonMobil is discussing to create a platform that would enhance the export reach of Israel’s largest natural gas field. The oil major is negotiating with Israel’s Leviathan reservoir to establish a floating LNG vessel. This project would enable Leviathan to export to countries that cannot be reached with pipelines and avoid building expensive infrastructure to connect to LNG facilities in Egypt.

ExxonMobil sees marine fuel expansion in light of IMO’s 2020 deadline

As the world is preparing for IMO’s 2020 sulphur cap fuel regulation, oil major ExxonMobil’s marine fuels outfit is innovating to be at the forefront of the emerging low sulphur market, as Forbes reports. The oil major sees the sulphur regulations as an opportunity and not as an operational problem. 

Partners to construct a LNG export project in the US

Qatar Petroleum and ExxonMobil have taken the final investment decision for developing the Golden Pass LNG export project, which is located in Sabine Pass, Texas. The LNG export project is owned by Golden Pass Products LLC, a joint venture between affiliates of Qatar Petroleum, holding the 70% and ExxonMobil, the 30%.

ExxonMobil inks preliminary deal on FSRU Wilhelmshaven

ExxonMobil has entered into a Heads of Agreement with German energy company Uniper, to take a substantial share of FSRU project Wilhelmshaven. The parties will continue their discussions in the coming months with the goal to enter into binding agreements soon.

New unit of high-value transportation fuels to be built at Antwerp

ExxonMobil informed that it began operations of a new unit at its refinery in Antwerp, aiming to convert heavy, higher sulphur residual oils into high-value transportation fuels, like marine gasoil and diesel. The new coker will also target to meet demand for lower-sulphur fuel oil.

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