WORLDWIDE GAS-PROCESSING ACTIVITY LEVELS OUT

07/22/1991
Warren R. True Pipeline/Gas Processing Editor Gas-processing worldwide showed steady growth in 1990. U.S. and Canada continued to dominate gas-processing with the majority of the world's capacity, throughput, and production. This was evident in the most recent exclusive Oil & Gas Journal gas-processing survey. The survey is also accompanied by the Journal's annual compilation of sulfur-recovery capacity. That listing shows that petroleum-derived sulfur produced outside the U.S and Canada gained last year. Gas-plant capacity and throughput outside the U.S. grew slightly last year, with moderate incr...
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