Make Sure to RSVP for This Week's Market Outlook & Networking in Houston

There's still time to RSVP for Industrial Info's Market Outlook & Networking Event, which will be held Thursday, January 23, at the George R. Brown…

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William Ploch

Wed Jan 22 2020

Join Industrial Info for a Webinar on the Global Power Spending Outlook

Industrial Info is pleased to be presenting a complimentary webinar on the outlook for spending in the global Power Industry. The webinar will be held…

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William Ploch

Fri Nov 01 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…

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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

Global Refining's FCCU Activity Abounds in 2019

Industrial Info is tracking planned fluidized and resid catalytic cracking unit (FCCU) capital spending projects worth $674 million that are scheduled to begin construction this…

Refining | refineries | Refining Projects | Petrochemical | Petroleum Refining | FCCU | Fluid Catalytic Cracking

William Ploch

Tue Jan 08 2019

Make Sure to RSVP for This Week's Market Outlook & Networking in Houston

There's still time to RSVP for Industrial Info's Market Outlook & Networking Event, which will be held Thursday, January 23, at the George R. Brown Convention Center in Houston, Texas. On-site registration for this complimentary event will begin at 3 p.m., followed by presentations from our industry experts at 4 p.m. Industrial Info's leaders will be providing information »

Join Industrial Info for a Webinar on the Global Power Spending Outlook

Industrial Info is pleased to be presenting a complimentary webinar on the outlook for spending in the global Power Industry. The webinar will be held Wednesday, November 6, at 9 a.m. CDT (10 a.m. EDT). Join Britt Burt, Industrial Info's vice president of Power Industry research, and Shaheen Chohan, vice president of Global Analytics, as they discuss the »

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 »

Global Refining's FCCU Activity Abounds in 2019

Industrial Info is tracking planned fluidized and resid catalytic cracking unit (FCCU) capital spending projects worth $674 million that are scheduled to begin construction this year at 49 petroleum refineries globally. The North American market will see the majority of the spend, followed by Asia (see graph below). More than $200 million worth of project activity is planned to begin »