WORLDWIDE GAS-PROCESSING GROWTH SLOWS

07/09/1990
Warren R. True Pipeline/Gas Processing Editor Canada and the Asia-Pacific region in 1989 continued growth patterns for gas-processing activates which were evident in 1988, this year's exclusive Oil & Gas Journal gas-processing survey shows. Worldwide, however, gains of 1988 showed signs of slowing in 1989. The survey is accompanied by the Journal's annual compilation of sulfur-recovery capacity. As Canadian experience is proving, however, new facilities to handle sulfur and high-H2S gas are becoming more difficult to build as public concern for the environment grows. With a minimal drop in capacity ...
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