Live Demo: 6 March 2019 | 10 AM CST / 11 AM EST / 4 PM UTC
A record year for LNG project sanctions in 2019? - LNG supply looks set to have a record year in 2019 on two fronts – production growth and the number of financial investment decisions (FIDs) expected to be taken.
Join Hydrocarbon Processing Editor & Associate Publisher Lee Nichols, Energy Web Atlas’ Peregrine Bush & Scott Allgood, as they use the Energy Web Atlas LNG dataset to examine the current status of the global LNG network, as well as determine the future outlook.
Review our live webcast on whether Asia will provide a market for significant US exports? - Hydrocarbon Processing Editor & Associate Publisher Lee Nichols, Energy Web Atlas’ Peregrine Bush explore why LNG exports are set to be dominated by the US, Australia and Qatar as it is expected that they will account for over half of global LNG exports by 2040. See how EWA demonstrates how the US currently has an export capacity of 25m t/y and is heading towards 100m t/y in the short term.
Review our live demo on “Construction Boxscore”, our downstream projects database that tracks global refining, petrochemical and gas processing projects, supported by a global research team. New projects are updated daily and changed data on current projects is updated constantly. Watch the demo as Bob Andrew, Senior Data Analyst & Research Coordinator with Energy Web Atlas, demonstrates Boxscore by focusing on the active Asian Pacific region.
Review our 30 minute webcast discussing how Europe's move away from power generated by nuclear fuel, heavy oil or coal is changing the energy supply balance. This webcast will feature data from Energy Web Atlas on small-scale and large-scale LNG facilities in Europe. Our interactive demo will illustrate international LNG trade flows, ports that take these ships, and import terminals
Review our 30-minute overview and demo webcast on “EWA Downstream Insight Product Overview”. The “Downstream Insight” integrated two flagship offerings from the Data Services Division of Gulf Energy Information. These are our Construction Boxscore database tracking active projects in Gas Processing, Petrochemicals and Refining; and our “Visualizing Energy Data” Energy Web Atlas application
Review the webcast to watch Peregrine Bush, Senior Cartographic Editor with Energy Web Atlas and Scott Allgood, Director of Data Services, demonstrate an in-depth view of the LNG layer of the Energy Web Atlas.
Review our webinar on “Construction Boxscore”, our projects database that tracks global refining, petrochemical and gas processing projects, supported by a research team in USA, Europe and Asia. New projects are updated daily and new data on current projects are updated constantly. Watch Bob Andrew, Senior Data Analyst with Energy Web Atlas, demonstrate Boxscore.
View this webcast to hear from Jeff Awalt, Executive Editor of Pipeline and Gas Journal, discussing the complex needs for the Permian region of the United States
During the webcast, we will discuss how midstream companies are responding to growing Permian production and review the numerous pipeline projects under consideration or construction to transport crude oil, natural gas, NGLs and refined products to market
View this webcast to hear from Hydrocarbon Processing's Lee Nichols, Editor and Energy Web Atlas’ Peregrine Bush, Senior Cartographic Editor and Scott Allgood, Director of Data Services, as they discuss the state of natural gas and LNG in China and give an outlook via the Energy Web Atlas, a web-based GIS platform which allows users to track global industry developments. During this webcast, the following questions will be answered:
The global energy industry has seen how the shale boom turned the US into a leading gas producer and exporter. Much of the recent development in the Americas natural gas/LNG sector has been concentrated in the US Gulf Coast region, which is the key energy hub for much of the world. But what about Mexico? During this 60 minute webcast, Energy Web Atlas’ Brian Balboa, Research Coordinator, Peregrine Bush, Senior Cartographic Editor and Scott Allgood, Director of Data Services, will discuss the potential future of Mexico by addressing:
The shale gas boom established the US as the world’s leading natural gas producer and is responsible for billions of dollars of investments in the US gas processing industry. Since 2012, the US has witnessed unprecedented growth in new gas processing capacity and infrastructure. This rise is due to greater production of domestic shale gas, which is providing cheap, available feedstock to fuel the domestic gas processing, LNG and petrochemical industries. View this webcast to hear from Lee Nichols, Editor of Hyrdrocarbon Processing and Peregrine Bush, Senior Cartographic Editor of Energy Web Atlas as they discuss the future of LNG and the application of Energy Web Atlas, a web-based GIS platform which allows users to track real-time information for every LNG project
Increased gas supply from shale and tight gas has decreased US demand for imports, resulting in Canadian plans for two dozen LNG export terminal projects to replace gas sales to USA. Unfortunately, the region has seen very little capacity built to date. Download this whitepaper to learn more about the present state of the LNG sector in Canada; which projects are under development/in process/planned; the likelihood of completion of any of these projects; and what is the outlook for the future?
Mexico has executed a five-year plan (2015-2019) for the expansion of natural gas transportation and storage systems. Since 2012, 1,496 miles of natural gas pipelines have been added to the national grid, and it is estimated that by the end of 2019 that amount will total 5,420 miles. Download this whitepaper to learn how the growth in natural gas trade with Mexico will help satisfy the country’s energy demand for industrial use, supply its power thermoelectric plants and open new markets to foster future economic development.
Oil production in the Permian Basin is booming and the demand for pipeline infrastructure to accommodate necessary takeaway capacity is growing. As production surges in the region, midstream companies are rushing to build pipelines to debottleneck capacity constraints and move supply to US Gulf Coast markets. Download this whitepaper to learn more about the developing pipeline infrastructure in the Permian Basin that will provide sufficient takeaway capacity to keep pace with production growth.
China is growing increasingly energy-hungry as its population and transport infrastructure expands. China’s demand from oil into natural gas & LNG has outpaced supply for several years, which has resulted in the need to improve the country’s natural gas and LNG infrastructure. Download this whitepaper to learn more about China's state of natural gas and LNG demand
The global energy industry has seen how the shale boom turned the US into a leading gas producer and exporter. Much of the recent development in the Americas' natural gas/LNG sector has been concentrated in the US Gulf Coast region, which is a key energy hub for much of the world. But what about Mexico?
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