Need for upgraders, pipelines boosts construction projects

Numerous oil and gas downstream construction projects are on the horizon, particularly heavy-oil processing facilities and transmission pipelines, according to Oil & Gas Journal's Worldwide Construction Survey. Operators reported major investments for oil sands upgraders in Canada, heavy oil upgraders in Venezuela, and heavy, high-sulfur crude oil hydroprocessing units in the US. Click here to view the Worldwide Construction Update Likewise, there are notable pipeline projects planned worldwide even as many projects were completed in 2004 and dropped off the OGJ list..Click here to view the Pipeline Study The OGJ survey covers refining, petrochemical, gas processing, gas-to-liqui...

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