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U.S. Refineries See Sharp Drop in Throughput

The spring turnaround season at U.S. refineries is already here. More surprisingly, refineries have seen a massive, 865,000-barrel-per-day drop in crude throughput during…

Refining | U.S Refineries | Refining Projects | Petroleum Refining | refineries | Energy | Oil & Gas | Crude Oil | Oil | Crude | FCCU

William Ploch

Thu Feb 14 2019

What Winter? U.S. Refineries Already at Spring Turnarounds

According to IIR Energy's David Elpers, the spring turnaround season already is in full force at U.S. refineries, and it may have already peaked.…

Refining | U.S Refineries | Refining Projects | Petroleum Refining | Oil & Gas | Crude Oil | refineries | Energy | Oil | Crude

William Ploch

Mon Feb 04 2019

FCCU 2019 Spend to Total $2.6 Billion

Industrial Info is tracking $2.6 billion of capital spending on the construction of fluid catalytic cracking units (FCCUs) that is scheduled to begin in…

FCCU | Refining | U.S Refineries | Refining Projects | Petroleum Refining | Oil & Gas

William Ploch

Thu Jan 31 2019

EIA: Record U.S. Oil & Gas Production to Fuel Net Energy Exports

Propelled by record natural gas and crude oil production, the U.S. is projected to become a net exporter of energy in 2020, for the…

Natural Gas | LNG | Pipelines | Natural Gas Pipeline | Midstream | Midstream Projects | Exports | LNG Exports | Crude Oil | Oil & Gas

William Ploch

Fri Jan 25 2019

Industrial Info Tracks $7 Billion in First-Quarter North American Natural Gas Pipeline Kickoffs

North America could see construction begin on nearly $7 billion worth of natural gas pipeline and pipeline compression projects in first-quarter 2019, according to Industrial…

Natural Gas | LNG | Pipelines | Natural Gas Pipeline | Midstream | Midstream Projects | Planned Natural Gas Pipeline Projects

William Ploch

Wed Jan 23 2019

U.S. Refineries See Sharp Drop in Throughput

The spring turnaround season at U.S. refineries is already here. More surprisingly, refineries have seen a massive, 865,000-barrel-per-day drop in crude throughput during a single reporting period. Timing is everything, though, and just as PADD 3 was set to begin its "peak" week for planned maintenance, several other regions were hit with unplanned outages. The " »

What Winter? U.S. Refineries Already at Spring Turnarounds

According to IIR Energy's David Elpers, the spring turnaround season already is in full force at U.S. refineries, and it may have already peaked. The findings are based on a recent analysis of U.S. crude runs and data from last week's report from the U.S. Department of Energy. This week’s stats showed a substantial drop in »

FCCU 2019 Spend to Total $2.6 Billion

Industrial Info is tracking $2.6 billion of capital spending on the construction of fluid catalytic cracking units (FCCUs) that is scheduled to begin in 2019, at 50 petroleum refineries around the world. A majority of the projects, approximately $1.9 billion, are planned to occur in the Asia market region, with Indonesia and Iran projected to see more than »

EIA: Record U.S. Oil & Gas Production to Fuel Net Energy Exports

Propelled by record natural gas and crude oil production, the U.S. is projected to become a net exporter of energy in 2020, for the first time in more than 70 years, according the U.S. Energy Information Administration's (EIA) Annual Energy Outlook 2019 report that was released on Thursday. The U.S. will remain a net exporter through 2050, »

Industrial Info Tracks $7 Billion in First-Quarter North American Natural Gas Pipeline Kickoffs

North America could see construction begin on nearly $7 billion worth of natural gas pipeline and pipeline compression projects in first-quarter 2019, according to Industrial Info's project database. Burgeoning natural gas production in the U.S. has sparked an increase in pipeline projects as companies seek to add takeaway capacity from shale gas production sites. U.S. natural gas production »