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Sasol, Ineos plan HDPE plant for Texas

Jun 9, 2014

Sasol Ltd.-owned Sasol Chemicals (USA) LLC and Ineos Europe AG-subsidiary Ineos Olefins & Polymers USA have reached final investment decision to form a joint venture to build a high-density polyethylene (HDPE) plant in LaPorte, Tex.

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Jun 9, 2014

International news for oil and gas professionals

CNPC called 'winner' in Gazprom gas deal

Jun 9, 2014

The $400 billion natural gas deal Gazprom signed with China National Petroleum Corp. last month strongly favors the Chinese company and its country, writes an analyst with Chatham House, the Royal Institute of International Affairs, London.

More Pennsylvania Marcellus processing starts up

Jun 2, 2014

MarkWest Energy Partners LP, Denver, has begun operations at its 120-MMcfd Bluestone II cryogenic gas processing plant, its 20,000-b/d C2+ fractionator, and its 32-mile C2 pipeline connecting to Mariner West.

Reference framework, top talent crucial to managing large projects

Jun 2, 2014

Large projects, increasingly complex and technologically demanding, confront oil and gas companies with an expanding barrage of challenges.

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May 26, 2014

International news for oil and gas professionals

More cryo capacity to handle Permian production

May 21, 2014

Lucid Energy Group LLC, Dallas, will install a 200-MMcfd cryogenic gas plant about 10 miles southeast of Big Lake in Reagan County, Tex., a site the company says is in the “heart of the Permian’s Midland basin.”

Partners enter next phase for North Reggane gas project

May 19, 2014

Partners in the $3 billion North Reggane natural gas project in west-central Algeria have let a $976 million contract with Petrofac International (UAE) LLC.

Pembina advances third fractionator project at Redwater complex

May 13, 2014

Pembina Pipeline Corp. has reached binding commercial agreements to proceed with constructing a 55,000 b/d propane-plus fractionator (RFS III) at its Redwater fractionation and storage complex, along with a high-vapor pressure (HVP) pipeline lateral that will extend the gathering potential of its Brazeau pipeline in the Willesden Green area of south-central Alberta.

Turkmenistan lets contract for petrochemical complex

May 12, 2014

State-owned TurkmenGaz has let an $800 million contract to a consortium of engineering firms led by Toyo Engineering Corp. for the construction of a gas chemical complex in the Turkmenbashi district of Balkan Province in western Turkmenistan.

Saudi Aramco lets additional contracts for Jazan IGCC plant

May 8, 2014

Saudi Aramco has let two engineering and construction contract packages to Italy’s Saipem SPA, a unit of Eni SPA, for work related to the Jazan IGCC (integrated gasification combined-cycle) power plant project to be located adjacent to the 400,000-b/d refinery under development at Jazan Economic City, Saudi Arabia.

More processing, pipelines on tap for US shale plays

May 7, 2014

Shale development in the US continues to spawn support infrastructure.

E&Y: North American oil, gas industry staves off geopolitical strife in 1Q

May 5, 2014

The North American oil and gas market started the year on a good note during the first quarter as a cold winter brought relief to producers and refiners while Mexico progressed on energy reform, Ernst & Young said in its US quarterly report on the industry.

Survey shows rise in refining construction

May 5, 2014

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

Marathon proposes expansion at Garyville refinery

May 5, 2014

Marathon Petroleum Corp. is taking the next step toward construction of a proposed $2.2-2.5 billion upgrade to its 522,000-b/d Garyville, La., refinery.

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