World's gas-processing expands; Canada, U.S. lead remains steady

Warren R. TruePipeline/Gas Processing Editor Expansion of Coastal Field Services Co.'s Pelican gas plant near Patterson, La., is nearly complete. Work began late last year to bring the plant, which processes gas from producers in the western Gulf of Mexico, to 325 MMcfd inlet capacity. (Photograph courtesy of ANR Pipeline Co., Detroit; photograph by Brian Alfes) Table 3 - World's major gas reserves [ 29,100 bytes] Table 4 - Worlds's top 20 gas producing countries: 1997 [26,559 bytes] Table 5 - Worlds's top 10 countries NGL producing countries: 1997 [17,563 bytes] Fig. 1 - U.S. Gas-producing trends [53,821 bytes] Fig. 2 - U.S. Plant con...

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