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EIA: U.S. Natural Gas Exports Exceed Imports for February through April

The United States exported more natural gas than it imported in February, April and May of 2017, according to the Energy Information Administration. On an…

LNG | Sabine Pass | Mexico | US | Pipelines | Energy Information Act

Industrial Info

Tue Aug 08 2017

U.S. Refinery Turnaround Season Goes into Full Swing

The beginning of the fall refinery turnaround season is officially upon us. Overall U.S. crude runs fell 253,000 barrels per day (BBL/d)…

Refinery Turnaround | US | Phillips 66 | Valero

Industrial Info

Fri Sep 30 2016

U.S. to See Completion of Four Major Ethane Crackers in 2017 as Part of Petrochemical Wave

SUGAR LAND--August 30, 2016--Researched by Industrial Info Resources (Sugar Land, Texas)--Words such as "whopping" are often frowned upon by old-school journalists, but use of…

Chemical Processing | Ethylene | Ethane Crackers | US

Industrial Info

Mon Aug 29 2016

EIA: U.S. Natural Gas Exports Exceed Imports for February through April

The United States exported more natural gas than it imported in February, April and May of 2017, according to the Energy Information Administration. On an average annual basis, the United States has been a net natural gas importer for nearly 60 years. Declining net pipeline imports from Canada, growing natural gas pipeline exports to Mexico and increasing exports of liquefied »

U.S. Refinery Turnaround Season Goes into Full Swing

The beginning of the fall refinery turnaround season is officially upon us. Overall U.S. crude runs fell 253,000 barrels per day (BBL/d) due to an increase in refinery turnarounds of over 400,000 BBL/d. U.S. crude distillation unit (CDU) turnarounds will increase for another two weeks before hitting a peak, so further reductions in crude »

U.S. to See Completion of Four Major Ethane Crackers in 2017 as Part of Petrochemical Wave

SUGAR LAND--August 30, 2016--Researched by Industrial Info Resources (Sugar Land, Texas)--Words such as "whopping" are often frowned upon by old-school journalists, but use of the superlative can perhaps be forgiven in regard to the amount of new ethylene capacity that's expected to come online next year in the U.S. Trey Hamblet, Industrial Info's vice president of research - »