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IIR Energy BREAKERS: Jordan Cove LNG Project Sees Momentum

FERC to Prepare Environmental Impact Study for Jordan Cove LNG The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) has issued a notice of intent to prepare an…

IIR Energy | LNG | Jordan Cove | Clinton Nuclear | Texas | Dow Chemical | ExxonMobil

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Wed Jun 14 2017

San Patricio County, Texas, Gets Nod for Huge Petrochemical Project Site

It’s official: ExxonMobil Chemical Company and SABIC have picked San Patricio County, Texas, as the site for a potential petrochemical complex on the U.…

ExxonMobil | Petchem | Sabic | Chemical Processing | San Patricio County | Gulf Coast Petrochemical Projects | Ethylene Projects Construction | Gulf Coast Ethylene | Polyethylene Unit Construction

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Thu Apr 20 2017

Gulf Coast Petrochemical Producers Beset by Maintenance Outages This Week

The U.S. Gulf Coast has seen a lot of ethylene activity this week, with a substantial amount of capacity remaining offline as a result…

Gulf Coast | Ethylene | ExxonMobil | Westlake Petrochemicals | Petrochemical Outages

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Fri Aug 26 2016

ExxonMobil’s 10 Top-Valued Projects Chained to Sinking Prices of Commodities, LNG

Friday morning witnessed an easily overlooked milestone in the recent economic recovery: Exxon Mobil Corporation (NYSE:XOM) (Irving, Texas) was surpassed in market value by…

LNG | Oil & Gas | Pipelines | Canada | ExxonMobil | Commodity | Global | ConocoPhillips | Alaska

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Mon Aug 01 2016

IIR Energy BREAKERS: Jordan Cove LNG Project Sees Momentum

FERC to Prepare Environmental Impact Study for Jordan Cove LNG The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) has issued a notice of intent to prepare an environmental impact statement for the planned $6 billion Jordan Cove liquefied natural gas (LNG) liquefaction facility and terminal project in Coos Bay, Oregon, and the 231-mile Pacific Connector pipeline project. Voters in Coos County rejected »

San Patricio County, Texas, Gets Nod for Huge Petrochemical Project Site

It’s official: ExxonMobil Chemical Company and SABIC have picked San Patricio County, Texas, as the site for a potential petrochemical complex on the U.S. Gulf Coast. If it gets the financial green light, the complex would include a world-scale ethane steam cracker able to produce 1.8 million tons of ethylene per year, which would feed a monoethylene »

Gulf Coast Petrochemical Producers Beset by Maintenance Outages This Week

The U.S. Gulf Coast has seen a lot of ethylene activity this week, with a substantial amount of capacity remaining offline as a result of plant problems. ExxonMobil Chemical’s 1 billion-pound-per-year USC 1 and 800 million-pound-per-year USC II ethane cracking units in Beaumont, Texas, remain shut down due to major complications in a cooling tower. The company is »

ExxonMobil’s 10 Top-Valued Projects Chained to Sinking Prices of Commodities, LNG

Friday morning witnessed an easily overlooked milestone in the recent economic recovery: Exxon Mobil Corporation (NYSE:XOM) (Irving, Texas) was surpassed in market value by Facebook (NASDAQ:FB) (Menlo Park, California) and Amazon.com (NASDAQ:AMZN) (Seattle, Washington), making it the last oil & gas company to leave the world’s five most valuable companies, which are now inhabited entirely »