GE Oil & Gas is involved in the U.S. LNG export industry, while 'the future of natural gas demand' still interests exploration and production companies.
Despite limited demand and large supply levels, NGL prices have been holding firm.
Ethane frac spread margins will continue to struggle in the short-term, but the increased likelihood of static gas prices should help them turn a corner.
Staggering production numbers build a case for U.S. exports, Tillman said.
NGL prices improved the week of Sept. 3 as several ethane crackers returned to service after undergoing unexpected turnarounds.
Despite price increases this week, ethane prices are expected to struggle until winter at the earliest.
North America’s extensive natural gas pipeline network has made rapid development of the unconventional shale plays possible, a panel of pipeline industry leaders told the North American Gas Forum in Washington, D.C., Tuesday.
The Utica Shale might prove to be a bigger play than the nearby Marcellus, a senior Shell executive told the North American Gas Forum in Washington, DC this week.
Adam Sieminski, the administrator of the US Energy Information Administration, said the agency predicts that as many as 13 million barrels per day of crude oil could be produced in the next decade.
Major expansion programs will help meet producers' capacity demands.
Both natural gas and coal are doomed as feedstock for electricity generation in the U.S., overlooked but inevitable victims of the Clean Air Act, warned the US Chamber of Commerce's Christopher Guith.
As Canada, Northeast struggle to handle increased supply, analyst sees good chance of success for much of region’s monumental petrochemical infrastructure plan.
LyondellBasell announced that it is considering a further expansion project at its Channelview, Texas, petrochemical plant.
Pennsylvania-based The Linde Group added a petrochemical plant business unit to its engineering division offices in Houston, Texas.
According to the latest report from research and consulting firm GlobalData, Global polypropylene capacity increased at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 5.2% from 2003 to reach 65 million tons per year (mtpy) in 2013.
Houston-based Westlake Chemical Partners LP, a limited partnership formed to operate, acquire and develop ethylene production facilities and related assets, launched its IPO of 11,250,000 common units representing limited partner interests.