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North America Capital and Maintenance Infrastructure Spending Shows Decline

Planned capital and maintenance project spending is showing a 7.4% decline for the forthcoming 12-month period out to third-quarter 2019, according to the latest…


Industrial Info

Mon Nov 12 2018

Natural Gas Pipelines Races to Meet Booming Demand

America's oil and gas fields are crying out for more pipelines. The Permian Basin--and, to a lesser extent, the Marcellus and Utica shale plays--have developed…

Energy | Natural Gas | Oil | Crude Oil | Pipelines | Midstream | Oil & Gas | Terminals | Exports | LNG | LNG Projects | NatGas

Industrial Info

Wed Oct 31 2018

LNG Exports: Cheniere's Corpus Christi LNG Gets Approvals For Train 1 Project

The $5.5 billion Train 1 at Corpus Christi is in its final commissioning stages and is expected to be fully operational in the first…

Natural Gas | Natural Gas Plant | Exports | LNG | LNG Projects | LNG Demand Growth | Corpus Christi | Cheniere | LNG Exports | Cheniere Sabine | LNG News

Industrial Info

Mon Aug 20 2018

U.S. Refineries Running at Record Levels

The only thing that is certain about unplanned refinery shutdowns is that they will occur. The timing, magnitude and importance of unplanned events remains mostly…

Refining | Refinery | Petroleum Refining | Oil & Petroleum | Gasoline | Gasoline Blending | Oil & Gas | U.S Refineries

Industrial Info

Mon Aug 13 2018

More Work for U.S. Oil Refineries Means More Refinery Shutdowns

Crude oil inventories in the U.S. have slumped to their lowest levels in more than three years, fueled by high exports and near-record refinery…

Refining | Refinery Outage | Refinery Outages | Crude Oil Market | Oil | Oil & Gas | Refinery Shutdown | Refinery Turnaround | U.S Oil Refineries | Refinery Turnaround Schedule

Industrial Info

Thu Jul 12 2018

North America Capital and Maintenance Infrastructure Spending Shows Decline

Planned capital and maintenance project spending is showing a 7.4% decline for the forthcoming 12-month period out to third-quarter 2019, according to the latest analysis from Industrial Info. The pipeline of planned infrastructure spending across the 12 industries Industrial Info researchers track and monitor stands at $593 billion from fourth-quarter 2018 to third-quarter 2019. However, the volume of projects »

Natural Gas Pipelines Races to Meet Booming Demand

America's oil and gas fields are crying out for more pipelines. The Permian Basin--and, to a lesser extent, the Marcellus and Utica shale plays--have developed so rapidly that producers could be forced to trim output, since they lack the takeaway capacity to ship their product. Kinder Morgan, Enbridge, Enable, Williams and other midstream companies are jockeying for the resulting business »

LNG Exports: Cheniere's Corpus Christi LNG Gets Approvals For Train 1 Project

The $5.5 billion Train 1 at Corpus Christi is in its final commissioning stages and is expected to be fully operational in the first quarter of 2019; the $5.5 billion Train 2 is under construction and is expected to start up in a little more than a year's time. Each has a 4.5 million-metric-ton-per-year capacity. For more »

U.S. Refineries Running at Record Levels

The only thing that is certain about unplanned refinery shutdowns is that they will occur. The timing, magnitude and importance of unplanned events remains mostly uncertain. Or does it? Perhaps we could argue that unplanned refinery turnarounds, even those of small magnitude, are more important during a period of low planned turnarounds such as the end of the summer driving »

More Work for U.S. Oil Refineries Means More Refinery Shutdowns

Crude oil inventories in the U.S. have slumped to their lowest levels in more than three years, fueled by high exports and near-record refinery performance. The massive influx of business means many refineries will need to undergo maintenance-related turnarounds--many of them unplanned--to stay in shape. Industrial Info is tracking more than $3 billion in planned turnarounds at Petroleum Refining »