Stena Oil has announced plans to expand its low sulfur marine fuel storage capacity in the Port of Gothenburg as well as boosting its delivery capabilities.
Tanks and Terminals news updates
Over US$170 million will be spent by Kinder Morgan to enhance its terminal capabilities in the Houston Ship Channel.
Paul Hickin, Associate Director at Platts, provides an overview of his seminar that will be presented at Tank Storage Asia.
New project with US Department of Energy's National Renewable Energy Laboratory to convert renewable electricity into renewable methane for storage in existing natural gas pipelines.
Trafigura has begun transporting crude oil from the US Permian Basin to the Gulf Coast via the newly operational Cactus II pipeline.
BESIX Canada, together with its joint venture partner Vancouver Pile Driving (Vanpile), will build an LNG export facility in Kitimat, in the North Coast region of British Columbia, Canada.
ABS has appointed Ian Bramson as its Global Head of Cyber Security. In this role, Bramson will lead the development of a cyber security risk reduction programme.
Rystad Energy reports that the short-term oil demand outlook continues to be weak over global economic uncertainty and the trade war between the US and China.
Mayer Brown has advised CLP Power Hong Kong Limited in connection with the Hong Kong Offshore LNG terminal project, which involves the use FSRU technology for the first time in Hong Kong.
New report from Drillinginfo outlines how the Permian Basin continues to test the limits of the US’ existing midstream and downstream infrastructure.
More tanks and terminals news updates
Black & Veatch’s new floating solutions leader identifies floating LNG technologies as viable route to gas industry growth.
The European residential storage market deployment base is expected to grow five-fold to 6.6 GWh by 2024, according to new research from Wood Mackenzie.
PJ Valves has been awarded three FPSO valve contracts for projects in Brazil, Mexico and Nigeria
Re-Gen Robotics has committed £1 million to new tank cleaning robot and an ADR certified jet/vac tanker.
The future expansion of natural gas is driven by the competitiveness and abundance of gas resources in gas-rich markets, which will expand LNG export capabilities.
The planned expansion of the truck gate at Port Houston’s Barbours Cut Container Terminal is set to begin.
Pin Oak has announced that it has made interconnection agreements to EPIC and Red Oak pipelines, and begun construction on its Taft oil trading terminal.
Altus Midstream Co. has announced the closing of its acquisition of a 33% equity interest in the Enterprise subsidiary that owns the Shin Oak NGL pipeline.
BNEF’s annual outlook revises up its forecast for global investment in stationary energy storage, and sees majority of capacity likely to be grid-scale.
Enterprise and Chevron have announced agreements supporting the development of an offshore crude oil terminal in the Gulf of Mexico.
MPLX LP has confirmed that it has completed the acquisition of Andeavor Logistics LP in a unit-for-unit transaction.
The European Commission has found that Croatian plans to construct and operate an LNG terminal at Krk island are in line with EU state aid rules.
Scanjet Systems has released a new version of the Scanjet Tank Cleaning Simulator software.
NuStar Energy has completed the US$250 million sale of its St. Eustatius oil storage terminal to Prostar Capital.