GlobalData’s latest analysis of global planned isomerization capacity of refineries shows that China...
- China leads globally with most planned isomerization capacity additions
- Investment of $75.7bn on top ten heavy oil and oil sands projects
- US is global leader in working gas storage capacity
- US leads globally on oil storage capacity
- Iran accounts for half of global planned methanol capacity additions
Nyhamna Gas Plant Expansion
The Nyhamna onshore processing facility, located on the Nyhamna peninsula on Norway’s west coast, underwent an expansion to increase its capacity to receive gas from Aasta Hansteen field, as well as other new fields.
Fort Hills Oil Sands Project, Calgary, Alberta
The Fort Hills project is an integrated oil sands project that includes a mine that was approved in 2002 by Alberta Environment and the Alberta Energy and Utilities Board, as well as a bitumen extraction facility, situated 90mi north of Fort McMurray in Alberta (Athabasca oil sands region), Canada.
China leads globally with most planned isomerization capacity additions
GlobalData’s latest analysis of global planned isomerization capacity of refineries shows that China has the highest capacity globally.
Sunbury Pipeline Project, Central Pennsylvania
Sunbury Pipeline is a 35mi (56km) long pipeline owned and operated by UGI Energy Services, through its subsidiary UGI Sunbury, to transport natural gas for domestic users and businesses in Central Pennsylvania, US.
Investment of $75.7bn on top ten heavy oil and oil sands projects
Over $75.7bn in capital expenditure will be spent over the lifetime of the top ten heavy oil and oil sands projects to produce 8.1 billion barrels of crude oil, according to research and consulting firm GlobalData.
Reggane North Development Project, Sahara Desert
Reggane North or Reggane Nord Development Project involves the development of six gas fields: Reggane, Azrafil Southeast, Kahlouche, South Kahlouche, Tiouliline and Sali in blocks 351c and 352c of the Reganne basin in the Algerian Sahara desert.
US is global leader in working gas storage capacity
GlobalData’s latest analysis of the global underground gas storage market shows that the US has the highest working gas storage capacity globally with 4,726 billion cubic feet (bcf). Russia and Germany follow with 2,488bcf and 1,320bcf respectively.
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