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Hydrocarbon Processing presents innovative multimedia features and timely news. A thriving online community, webcasts, custom channels online and other interactive options are just some of the advertising opportunities available.

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Since 1922, Hydrocarbon Processing has provided quality technology and job help articles to engineers and managers in the Hydrocarbon Processing Industry (HPI).

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· Amonthlymagazinewithin-depthtechnicalarticles,Hydrocarbon Processing covers technologicaladvances,processesandoptimizationdevelopments. · Ourreaderslooktousforinformationtheycanusetoimprovetheircompanies' operations and their own professional job skills · Hydrocarbon Processing's circulation includes readers that are responsible for, or influence, the specification and purchase of the equipment, materials and services used in the HPI.

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