Worldwide gas processing rides industry wave into 2000

Work nears completion in October 1999 on the 596-MMcfd Goldboro gas plant in Nova Scotia (photo on opposite page). Start-up for the plant was New Year's Eve 1999, treating gas from the Sable Island offshore development and sending separated condensate and NGLs north to a fractionation plant at Point Tupper. (Photograph from Prisma Productions from Sable Offshore Energy Partners) Click here to enlarge imageThe new century began on a very upbeat note for worldwide gas processing. Buoyed by rising world energy markets leading into 2000, Canada led the way in 1999 in increasing inlet-gas capacity and NGL production and further solidified North America as the dominant region for gas proc...

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