Over the past several years, the world has witnessed significant downstream capacity growth in all sectors of the downstream hydrocarbon processing industry (HPI). To satisfy increasing demand for refined fuels, petrochemicals and natural gas, every region is investing to increase downstream processing capacity. Although the Asia-Pacific, Middle East and US regions will be the leaders in capacity growth, other regions have announced capital-intensive projects to meet future demand. With more than $1.8 T in announced projects globally, it is imperative that HPI companies receive the most up-to-date and valid information on market trends, and the future development of the downstream processing industry.
During this live webcast, Lee Nichols and Thad Pittman will provide a mid-year update on capital projects around the world, as well as major economic, environmental and political market trends that are shaping and influencing the industry in the near-term.
Nearly 10 years after the tidal wave known as the Bakken hit North Dakota, catapulting the state to the second most prolific oil producing state behind Texas and eclipsing production from historically oil-rich states such as Alaska, California and Oklahoma, the region continues to experience growing pains. As a result, companies are busying themselves trying to figure out how many expanded existing systems are needed and how many are designed for open markets. The result of this will be that more infrastructure will be built for all fuels.
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