Technology - New Equipment

Delays Choke Needed Pipeline Takeaway From Northeast

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

2016/09/28

Midstream Texas: Calls For Vigilance On Cost Control

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

2016/09/28

Santos To Cut Production At New LNG Plant

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

2016/09/06

Eagle LNG Submits Draft Resource Report To FERC For Jacksonville Project

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

2016/08/31

Drones Are Commercial, But Just Barely

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

2016/08/16

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.

2016/08/11

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.

2016/08/01

Gas Plant Customization: What’s The Difference?

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

2016/05/31

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.

2016/05/17

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.

2016/05/17

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.

2016/05/12

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.

2016/05/11

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