Technology - New Equipment

Delays Choke Needed Pipeline Takeaway From Northeast

Natural gas growth will be stymied by projects in limbo, S&P analysts said.


Midstream Texas: Calls For Vigilance On Cost Control

Midstream Texas panel cites need to mimic upstream sector’s success in innovation and project efficiency.


Santos To Cut Production At New LNG Plant

Australian LNG producer cuts capacity at Gladstone to try and stay competitive.


Eagle LNG Submits Draft Resource Report To FERC For Jacksonville Project

Eagle LNG moves closer to receiving permitting for construction of facility in Florida.


Drones Are Commercial, But Just Barely

New government regulations help but still tie down the midstream’s potential uses of drones.


Loss Of Sandpiper Could Help Bring Bakken Into Balance

If Sandpiper Pipeline Project is snuffed, supply-and-demand balance in Bakken could arrive sooner, East Daley analysts say.


Ships Traversing Expanded Canal Sail Into Harm’s Way

Three ships collide with new lock wall as they navigate newly opened lane of Panama Canal.


Gas Plant Customization: What’s The Difference?

Gas plant engineers offer take on profitability of standardized vs. customized designs.


Siluria Celebrates First Successful Year Of Disruptive Ethylene Technology

Successful first year of operations proves the commercial viability of Siluria Technologies' oxidative coupling of methane-to-ethylene technology.


NextDecade Files FERC Application For Brownsville LNG Export Terminal

Proposed 27-million-metric-ton-per-year LNG export facility at Port of Brownsville, Texas, could cost company up to $20 billion to build.


Shell May Be Moving Forward With Marcellus Cracker

Pennsylvania retail mall operator may have offered clue to Shell's plans to develop a world-class ethane cracker in the natural gas-rich Marcellus and Utica shale region.


KP Engineering Proves Continued Growth With New Contract

Texas-based KP will design and construct a 35,000-barrel-per-day crude and condensate splitter and associated tank farm on the Houston Ship Channel.