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Ineos and Petroineos joins Acorn CCS project in Scotland
British chemical firm Ineos and Petroineos have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to join the Acorn CCS Project, Scotland’s first carbon capture and storage (CCS) system.
Shell to offload stake in German refinery to Alcmene
Shell Deutschland (Shell) has entered an agreement to divest a non-operated stake of 37.5% in the PCK Schwedt Refinery in Germany to Alcmene.
Patterson-UTI to buy Pioneer Energy Services for $295m
Patterson-UTI Energy has agreed to acquire Pioneer Energy Services in a cash-stock deal worth around $295m.
Indian Oil awards $170m EPCC contract to Maire Tecnimont
Indian Oil Corporation (IOCL) has awarded a $170m contract to Maire Tecnimont to support the expansion of the Barauni refinery in Bihar state.
Australia approves refinery subsidies for Viva Energy and Ampol
The funding will help Viva Energy and Ampol keep their oil refineries open until 30 June 2027.
Equinor to divest Danish refining business to Klesch Group
Equinor has agreed to divest its Danish refining business, Equinor Refining Denmark, to the industrial commodities company Klesch Group.
Royal Dutch Shell to divest Mobile refinery in US to Vertex Energy
Royal Dutch Shell has agreed to offload its Mobile refinery in Alabama, US to specialty refiner Vertex Energy.
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