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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.

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.

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.

EPP to build Gulf Coast ethane export plant

Apr 22, 2014

Enterprise Products Partners LP (EPP) plans to build a fully refrigerated ethane export plant on the Texas Gulf Coast. EPP has executed long-term contracts to support the development, designed to have an aggregate loading rate of about 10,000 bbl/hr, or as much as 240,000 b/d. EPP expects the plant, which it describes as the largest in the world, to begin operations in third-quarter 2016.

OGJ Newsletter

Apr 21, 2014

International News for oil and gas professionals

Regulatory uncertainty hampers LNG export projects

Apr 16, 2014

By now it is likely a familiar story that, since the mid-2000s, intense drilling activity in unconventional formations, like shale, has led to a glut in natural gas supplies across North America and a collapse in regional gas prices.

A conversation with BHP executive Rod Skaufel

Apr 16, 2014

Today, BHP is a prominent participant in the US unconventional oil and gas business, with operations spanning the Haynesville, Fayetteville, and Eagle Ford shales as well as the Permian basin.

Nelson-Farrar Quarterly Costimating: Indexes for selected equipment items

Apr 7, 2014

Continuing a trend starting in 1983, the Nelson-Farrar refinery construction index rose quickly to 2,475.6 in December 2012 from 2,467.4 in January of the same year. Then it slowed and ended with 2,525.9 in December 2013.

Azure Midstream starts up Haynesville gas plant

Apr 4, 2014

Azure Midstream Energy LLC, Houston, has started up its 10-MMcfd Fairway gas processing plant in San Augustine County, Tex. A spokesperson for Azure Midstream told OGJ that the plant consists of two 5 MMcfd freon refrigeration plants.

Magellan Midstream to build condensate splitter

Apr 1, 2014

Pipeline operator Magellan Midstream Partners LP, Tulsa, reported it will spend $250 million to build a 50,000 b/d capacity condensate splitter and other facilities at its Corpus Christi, Tex., terminal, which serves the Eagle Ford shale.

EPP lets contract for another Gulf Coast PDH unit

Mar 18, 2014

Enterprise Products Partners LP (EPP), Houston, has let a $100 million contract to CB&I, Houston, for pipe fabrication for a propane dehydrogenation (PDH) unit in Mont Belvieu, Tex.

Azerbaijan looking beyond latest contract success, official says

Mar 17, 2014

Azerbaijan will continue to develop partnerships with other countries as it tries to export more natural gas west from the Caspian basin, an official of the country's state-owned oil company said.

GTL plant planned for Kazakhstan

Mar 17, 2014

Kazakhstan and CompactGTL have signed a memorandum of cooperation to develop and implement associated gas processing technologies for the world’s first commercially deployed small-scale gas-to-liquids plant.

Ukraine gas plant starts up

Mar 12, 2014

KUB-Gas LLC, a partially owned unit of Calgary-based Serinus Energy Inc., has completed and commissioned a gas processing plant at Makeevskoye, Ukraine.

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