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Delays, supply overhang menace North American LNG exports

Aug 3, 2015 Permitting problems and delays affecting North American LNG export projects could combine with an overhang of LNG supply to make it difficult for North American LNG projects that have not yet taken...

North American fractionating, splitting projects advance

Jun 1, 2015 Recent clarifications by the US Bureau of Industry regarding the export of condensate amid growing supplies of domestic oil and gas shale production have sustained expansions of fractionation and s...

Companies slash capital budgets as oil price drop cuts cash flows

Apr 6, 2015

Oil and gas companies, whose basic commodity has lost more than half its value in half a year, have slashed budgets in an effort to pull spending back within sharply diminished cash flow.

Near-term pipeline plans shrink, longer-term growth returns

Feb 2, 2015 Planned pipeline construction to be completed in 2015 slipped 30% from forecasts for 2014, with expected products, crude, and natural gas project completions all softer even as future planned milea...

Iran yields to Russia in talks over Caspian resources

Feb 2, 2015 Iranian acquiescence to Russia, to which the Islamic Repubic increasingly turns in response to pressure from the West, has become a standard feature of long-unresolved deliberations over jurisdicti...

Common interests lead to Gtuit, Corval partnership

Dec 12, 2014

Gtuit was started 3 years ago by three engineers in Billings, Mont, who developed a mobile, remote NGL capture and gas conditioning system.

Asia-Pacific refining primed for capacity growth

Dec 1, 2014

Global crude oil refining capacity in 2014 edged lower from 2013 (OGJ, Dec. 2, 2013, p. 34), according to the latest OGJ Refinery Survey.

Pipeline, CNG top Cyprus gas export options

Nov 3, 2014 Pipeline and CNG are the best options for exporting natural gas production from Cyprus to relatively close markets in terms of both initial cost and probable benefits. LNG, meanwhile, would only be...

Survey shows increase in refining construction

Nov 3, 2014

Oil and Gas Journal's semiannual Worldwide Construction Update shows an increase in refining construction activity compared with the previous edition of the update.

Crude oil pipeline growth, revenues surge; construction costs mount

Sep 1, 2014 US pipeline operators continued to expand their systems rapidly in 2013. Investment in oil pipeline carrier property surged last year, rising roughly $14 billion to more than double the values seen...

Delays, supply overhang menace North American LNG exports

Aug 3, 2015 Permitting problems and delays affecting North American LNG export projects could combine with an overhang of LNG supply to make it difficult for North American LNG projects that have not yet taken...

North American fractionating, splitting projects advance

Jun 1, 2015 Recent clarifications by the US Bureau of Industry regarding the export of condensate amid growing supplies of domestic oil and gas shale production have sustained expansions of fractionation and s...

Companies slash capital budgets as oil price drop cuts cash flows

Apr 6, 2015

Oil and gas companies, whose basic commodity has lost more than half its value in half a year, have slashed budgets in an effort to pull spending back within sharply diminished cash flow.

Near-term pipeline plans shrink, longer-term growth returns

Feb 2, 2015 Planned pipeline construction to be completed in 2015 slipped 30% from forecasts for 2014, with expected products, crude, and natural gas project completions all softer even as future planned milea...

Iran yields to Russia in talks over Caspian resources

Feb 2, 2015 Iranian acquiescence to Russia, to which the Islamic Repubic increasingly turns in response to pressure from the West, has become a standard feature of long-unresolved deliberations over jurisdicti...

Common interests lead to Gtuit, Corval partnership

Dec 12, 2014

Gtuit was started 3 years ago by three engineers in Billings, Mont, who developed a mobile, remote NGL capture and gas conditioning system.

Asia-Pacific refining primed for capacity growth

Dec 1, 2014

Global crude oil refining capacity in 2014 edged lower from 2013 (OGJ, Dec. 2, 2013, p. 34), according to the latest OGJ Refinery Survey.

Pipeline, CNG top Cyprus gas export options

Nov 3, 2014 Pipeline and CNG are the best options for exporting natural gas production from Cyprus to relatively close markets in terms of both initial cost and probable benefits. LNG, meanwhile, would only be...

Survey shows increase in refining construction

Nov 3, 2014

Oil and Gas Journal's semiannual Worldwide Construction Update shows an increase in refining construction activity compared with the previous edition of the update.

Crude oil pipeline growth, revenues surge; construction costs mount

Sep 1, 2014 US pipeline operators continued to expand their systems rapidly in 2013. Investment in oil pipeline carrier property surged last year, rising roughly $14 billion to more than double the values seen...

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