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  1. EIA: NGL prices down since early 2012

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    Mon, 29 Jul 2013

  2. EPP begins expanded Houston LPG export operations

    Enterprise Products Partners LP (EPP) has started operations at its expanded Houston Ship Channel LPG export terminal, increasing its ability to load fully refrigereated propane, butane , and isobutene onto ocean-going vessels.

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    Thu, 7 Mar 2013

  3. NEW UNIT NEARLY FINISHED AT ASHLAND REFINERY

    Ashland Petroleum Co. expects to complete a 4,000 b/d butane isomerization unit at its Catlettsburg, Ky., refinery next month. The $11 million unit will produce isobutane from excess volumes of normal butane resulting from reductions in gasoline vapor pressure. The isobutane will be processed in ...

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    Mon, 24 Sep 1990

  4. PETROCHEMICALS - WORLDWIDE CONSTRUCTION

    * Designates projects listed for the first time in the Journal. AMOCO CHEMICAL Co. Chocolate Bayou, Alvin, Tex. No. 2 Olefins debottlenecking. 500 MM lb/y ethylene expansion in the engineering stage. Feed: Butane . Lic/Engr: Stone & Webster. Completion: 2nd Qtr. 1994. *240,000 mt/y ethylene cracking ...

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    Mon, 18 Oct 1993

  5. Tidelands seeks permits to build gas line to Mexico

    A Tidelands Oil & Gas Corp. subsidiary has filed for construction and operating permits for a pipeline to deliver natural gas, propane, and butane into Mexico.

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    Wed, 5 Sep 2001

  6. INTERNATIONAL BRIEFS

    TRINIDAD & TOBAGO METHANOL CO. (TTMC) let contract to John Brown E&C Inc., Houston, to provide process and basic engineering services for its 140,000 metric ton/year methyl tertiary butyl ether complex at Point Lisas, Trinidad, scheduled for start-up late in 1993. Brown will supply a butane ...

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    Mon, 30 Sep 1991

  7. CONTRACTS LET FOR GERMAN REFINERY UNITS

    Petrolchemie und Kraftstoffe AG, Schwedt (PCK Schwedt) let two contracts to Edeleanu GmbH, Alzenau, Germany, for construction of a methyl tertiary butyl ether (MTBE) complex and butane isomerization unit at its Schwedt, Germany, refinery.r The 84,000 metric ton/year (2,000 b/d) MTBE plant will ...

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    Mon, 21 Jun 1993

  8. Project Management & Development Co. to build Saudi petrochemical complex

    Saudi Arabia's Project Management & Development Co. Ltd. (PMD), Al-Jubail Industrial City, plans to construct a $3.5 billion petrochemical complex at Al-Jubai. The primary facility will be an ethane- butane cracker to produce 1.35m tonnes/year of ethylene, along with propylene and benzene feedstocks ...

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    Wed, 10 Dec 2003

  9. Petronas, PTT consider building Myanmar NGL plant

    The Thai and Malaysian state oil firms have teamed up to study the viability of building a $150 million NGL separation plant in Myanmar. The proposed facility would extract propane and butane from natural gas piped from Yetagun-Myanmar's second largest gas field, located in the Gulf of Martaban-to ...

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    Mon, 7 Aug 2000

  10. FOURTH-QUARTER 2014 FIRST-QUARTER 2015: Oil price collapse will slow midstream's growth

    In the second article of this new series on midstream industry trends and developments, discussion shifted from a 10-year review to an analysis of quarterly trends in US gas plant NGL production, domestic demand, and LPG exports. That second article also reviewed the expansion of the NGL raw-mix ...

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    Mon, 1 Jun 2015

  11. Pipelines expand to meet NGL growth

    The first article in this new series on the US midstream industry trends and developments focused on historical production trends for US natural gas and crude oil, the importance of horizontal drilling and hydraulic fracturing, and the impact on US gas plant NGL production. This series of articles ...

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    Mon, 3 Nov 2014

  12. Falling oil prices will disrupt feed cost differentials

    Collapsing crude oil prices in fourth-quarter 2014 resulted in major changes in US production cost differentials between ethane and all other feedstocks. Feedstock flexibility will yield large dividends in first-half 2015.

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    Mon, 2 Mar 2015

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