Special Report: Worldwide Gas Processing: Production growth has global gas processing set for expansion

06/06/2011
Warren R. TrueChief Technology Editor—LNG/Gas ProcessingPlans and proposals for new gas processing plants for much of North America’s newly minted gas production regions—that is, its shale gas areas—failed as of Jan. 1 to bump 2010 gas plant data much higher, as reflected in Oil & Gas Journal’s latest plant-by-plant survey of global gas processing.While global gas processing capacity last year grew by only about 1.3 bcfd, much of that was in the US. Canada’s gas processing capacity for the year was again flat, in line with no growth evident for 2009 and consistent with its slightly declining natural gas production in 2010.Overall, global natural gas...
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