The US Energy Information Administration has estimated that natural gas processing plant capacity increased by about 5% in the Lower 48 states on a net basis between 2014 and 2017.
McKinsey Energy Insights (MEI) has launched its 2019 Global Energy Perspective – highlighting various changes in the energy demand landscape.
The IMO’s new regulations on sulfur content are set to change the way bunker fuel is consumed in the US.
Wood Mackenzie comments on the US’s decision to curb the Maduro government’s access to cash from crude exports.
Servomex examines the suitability of using tunable diode lasers for safety monitoring in combustion within hydrocarbon processing applications.
A new report from DNV GL suggests that investment will fuel oil and gas industry growth in 2019, but signs of old spending habits may be resurfacing.
Downstream 2019 will be taken to an entirely new level in Houston, Texas, in June 2019, with the number of attendees set to triple previous numbers.
EIA’s January Short-Term Energy Outlook forecasts that world benchmark Brent crude oil will average US$61/bbl in 2019.
Falling revenues and rising debts compelled oil and gas companies to realign their strategic objectives and reshape their portfolios, finds the company’s report.
Euro Petroleum Consultants examine the growth of the refining sector in the Middle East and North Africa.
AspenTech evaluates the key role of prescriptive analytics as the oil and gas sector pushes towards digital transformation in the year ahead.
Dr Richard Martin, Honeywell UOP Callidus, USA, introduces a new burner incorporating premix technology that is designed to address problems that can be encountered with staged fuel burners.