The Covid-19 pandemic only inflicts a temporary setback on overseas propane shipments as byproduct growth for the Canadian natural gas industry, according to AltaGas Ltd.
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Natural gas liquids (NGL) production in the United States could prove a relative bright spot in an otherwise grim run for the energy sector.
Enterprise Products Partners LP on Thursday pulled the trigger to build a second propane dehydrogenation (PDH) plant at its Mont Belvieu complex in Texas, in partnership with petrochemical giant LyondellBasell Industries NV.
Prospects for a wide variety of chemical manufacturing in the Appalachian Basin are robust as low-cost methane, propane and butane supplies are expected to continue increasing in the coming years, according to a study released last week by IHS Markit.
Pembina Pipeline Corp. has set a target of 2023 to start up production in Alberta from a C$4.5 billion ($3.4 billion) petrochemical project with its Kuwait partner.
Projected surplus Canadian propane supplies available for export grew Tuesday to 285,000 b/d, when the National Energy Board (NEB) granted the fourth permit for foreign sales from the Pacific coast.
Stronger oil prices are again incentivizing natural gas liquids (NGL) development in Appalachia, and the midstream sector is keeping pace with a slew of gathering and processing projects in the works, as rigs shift back toward wetter portions of the Marcellus and Utica shales.
While alternative fuel transportation advocates have rallied around renewable natural gas (RNG) and near-zero emission natural gas vehicles (NGV) in the heavy-duty fleet sector, “cleaner” versions of diesel, propane and hydrogen are bidding to compete in the sector.
A target date of 2021 has been set to complete a new petrochemical plant for 22,000 b/d of propane from Alberta natural gas producers.
American Midstream Partners LP (AMID) is selling its propane business to focus capital in the offshore Gulf of Mexico and onshore in the Permian Basin and East Texas, the partnership said Monday.