Forecast: Canada to See Some Rebound in Oil & Gas Capex This Year

Capital spending by Canada's oil and gas producers hit a historic low in 2020, but the industry will see a C$3.36 billion (US$…

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Fri Jan 15 2021

Natural Gas Processing Plants Take Off in North America

A growing number of natural gas processing plant projects are dotting the landscape as gas is extracted from U.S. tight shale formations. Industrial Info's…

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Wed Mar 28 2018

Oil Pipelines In The U.S See Future Growth

Since crude oil prices tanked four years ago, the oil pipeline industry has seen many setbacks and slowdowns. Permitting woes, public resistance and narrow profit…

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Thu Mar 15 2018

Forecast: Canada to See Some Rebound in Oil & Gas Capex This Year

Capital spending by Canada's oil and gas producers hit a historic low in 2020, but the industry will see a C$3.36 billion (US$2.66 billion) bounce in upstream spending this year, mostly in Alberta and British Columbia, according to a forecast by the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers (CAPP). The industry was pounded last year by the »

Natural Gas Processing Plants Take Off in North America

A growing number of natural gas processing plant projects are dotting the landscape as gas is extracted from U.S. tight shale formations. Industrial Info's natural gas processing plant database is tracking more than 100 projects for planned, or already underway, natural gas processing projects involving grassroot construction or expansions at existing plants. While the bulk of these projects are »

Oil Pipelines In The U.S See Future Growth

Since crude oil prices tanked four years ago, the oil pipeline industry has seen many setbacks and slowdowns. Permitting woes, public resistance and narrow profit margins - both upstream and downstream pipeline companies - have made major oil pipelines seem like increasingly risky propositions. As such, Industrial Info saw very low growth in crude oil pipelines in the u.s »