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Join Industrial Info for a Webinar Showcasing Our GeoLabor Forecasting Analytics Solution

Industrial Info is pleased to be presenting a complimentary webinar providing an interactive tour of our GeoLabor Forecasting tool. The webinar will be June 20…

geospatial | Energy | Renewable Energy | IIR Energy | Industrial Manufacturing | industrial | Safety | Renewables | manufacturing | LNG | LNG Projects | Natural Gas | project management | analytics | Labor | Labor Market | Craft Labor | jobs

William Ploch

Wed Jun 19 2019

Join Industrial Info for a Power Industry Spending Outlook Webinar

Industrial Info (Sugar Land, Texas) is pleased to be presenting a complimentary webinar on the 2019-20 Power Industry project spending outlook at 9 a.m.…

Energy | Renewable Energy | Power Plants | Alternative Fuels | Fossil Fuel | Renewables | industry | contracting | Maintenance | LNG | LNG Projects | LNG Demand Growth | Natural Gas | Pipelines | Natural Gas Pipeline | LNG Exports | Renewable Projects | Power Market | Solar

William Ploch

Fri Jun 07 2019

Trump May Waive Law Restricting LNG Shipments to Puerto Rico, U.S. Northeast

President Donald Trump is looking into waiving the requirement that only U.S.-flagged vessels can move goods from American ports to Puerto Rico or…

LNG | LNG Projects | LNG Demand Growth | Natural Gas | trade | Pipelines | Natural Gas Pipeline

William Ploch

Fri Apr 26 2019

BP, Shell Lead in New Well Development in Gulf of Mexico

BP plc and Shell Offshore Incorporated are drilling seven and six new wells, respectively, in the Gulf of Mexico. Most of BP's new wells are…

drilling | Oil & Gas | Crude Oil | Oil | Offshore | Offshore Construction | Offshore Oil & Gas Projects | Natural Gas | LNG | LNG Exports | LNG Projects

William Ploch

Tue Mar 05 2019

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

Join Industrial Info for a Webinar Showcasing Our GeoLabor Forecasting Analytics Solution

Industrial Info is pleased to be presenting a complimentary webinar providing an interactive tour of our GeoLabor Forecasting tool. The webinar will be June 20 at 10 a.m. CDT (11 a.m. EDT). Do you need to know the forecast of labor by craft and geography? Would you like to see it in a format that is easy to »

Join Industrial Info for a Power Industry Spending Outlook Webinar

Industrial Info (Sugar Land, Texas) is pleased to be presenting a complimentary webinar on the 2019-20 Power Industry project spending outlook at 9 a.m. CDT (10 a.m. EDT) on June 12. Join Britt Burt, Industrial Info's vice president of Power Industry research, and Shaheen Chohan, vice president of Global Analytics, as they discuss the trends that are driving »

Trump May Waive Law Restricting LNG Shipments to Puerto Rico, U.S. Northeast

President Donald Trump is looking into waiving the requirement that only U.S.-flagged vessels can move goods from American ports to Puerto Rico or energy-starved areas of the Northeast, according to Bloomberg News. The Jones Act is a 1920 law that requires vessels moving cargo between two U.S. ports be U.S.-built, -owned and -crewed. It was »

BP, Shell Lead in New Well Development in Gulf of Mexico

BP plc and Shell Offshore Incorporated are drilling seven and six new wells, respectively, in the Gulf of Mexico. Most of BP's new wells are its Mad Dog Platform. Shell's new wells are mostly at the Olympus and Perdido Spar platforms. The Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM) lists 45 new wells as currently being drilled. Behind BP and Shell, »

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 »