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  1. Howard Energy Partners to build Eagle Ford cryo plant

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    Fri, 8 Feb 2013

  2. US ETHANE OUTLOOK —Conclusion: Midstream, petchem players must face problems of increased ethane capacity

    This conclusion to a two-part series on the outlook for US ethane analyzes changes occurring in the US ethylene industry and whether that industry can consume more ethane supplies that are poised to come onto the market.

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    Mon, 23 Feb 2009

  3. US ETHANE OUTLOOK—1: Increased US ethane capacity puts processors at greater risk

    Over the past 2 years, En*Vantage has been warning US gas processors that the rapid expansion of processing capacity will create a surplus of ethane extraction capacity.

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    Mon, 16 Feb 2009

  4. OGJ Newsletter

    International News for oil and gas professionals

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    Mon, 30 Aug 2010

  5. OGJ Newsletter

    and net system-wide capacity to about 600,000 b/d. Enterprise said the project is supported by long-term processing contracts and will be based on the design of its 75,000-b/d Hobbs fractionator in Gaines County, Tex., that started

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    Mon, 17 Aug 2009

  6. Construction survey shows completion date delays; projects on hold

    Oil & Gas Journal's semiannual Worldwide Construction Update shows a decline in construction activity compared with the previous edition of the update (OGJ, Apr. 5, 2010, p. 24).

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    Mon, 6 Dec 2010

  7. New Rockies, shale NGLs prompt fractionator at Mt. Belvieu

    Enterprise Products Partners LP announced recently plans to build a 75,000-b/d NGL fractionator at its Mont Belvieu, Tex., complex east of Houston.

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    Wed, 12 Aug 2009

  8. Winter weather roils US NGL markets

    During December 2000 and January 2001, an unprecedented surge in gas prices rolled through the US economy. Standing directly in its path, gas processors and ethylene producers suffered substantial economic damage.

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    Mon, 12 Mar 2001

  9. US propane: prices hold, inventories remain low in first quarter 2004

    At the end of first quarter 2004, monthly average propane prices in the US firmed to 58¢ and 60¢/gal at Conway, Kan., and Mont Belvieu, Tex., respectively. February stocks closed at 25.8 million bbl, still 5 million bbl below normal.

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    Mon, 7 Jun 2004

  10. Gas-quality debate heats up as more US LNG imports loom

    Over the last 4 years, two distinct influences have raised-end user concerns over the hydrocarbon content of natural gas in the US.

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    Mon, 14 Jun 2004

  11. Markets returning to normal; petchem demand running strong

    In second-quarter 2004 North American propane markets and gas processing extraction rates returned to their 5-year averages, indicating that supply is effectively back to normal. Petrochemical consumption ran above normal, however, as it has since the first of the year and, in effect, prevented a ...

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    Mon, 2 Aug 2004

  12. US midstream standing at yet another critical juncture

    At any time, the effectiveness of the US midstream sector to deal with challenges has depended on how well its companies accept certain realities and deal with issues they face.

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    Mon, 21 Apr 2003

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