CHANGES IN U.S. OIL SUPPLY PATTERN SPAWN PIPELINE, TERMINAL PROJECTS

11/21/1994
A. D. KoenSenior Editor-News Plummeting U.S. oil production and growing import volumes have North American pipeliners and terminal operators expanding to fit changing supply patterns. Production is dwindling in all major oil provinces. But diminishing supplies in the Rocky Mountain, Midcontinent, and Midwest regions especially are contributing to regional supply imbalances. Most in question is adequacy of crude oil pipelines delivering supplies to customers in Petroleum Administration for Defense Dist. (PADD) II. PADD II's two largest market areas lie in the Midcontinent and Midwest. Supply shortages are not expected in...
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