U.S. gas processing consolidates while world tempo increases

Warren R. True Pipeline/Gas Processing Editor U.S. Gas Processing Trends [24509 bytes] U.S. Plants' 1990's Slide [20873 bytes] NGC Corp.'s Texarkana gas processing and treatment plant (Miller County, Ark.) produces 588 b/d of NGL with an inlet capacity of 22 MMcfd. About this report... Gas-processing capacities and production outside North America began closing the gap on U.S. and Canadian industries in 1995, as U.S. companies consolidated facilities. Nevertheless, Canada and the U.S. continue to lead the rest of the world in gas-processing capacity, gas throughput, and NGL production along with processing capacity and production of petroleum-derived sulfur. ...

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