NAI Ohio River Corridor Restructuring in Eastern Ohio and West Virginia Due to Growth of Oil & Gas and Downstream Industries

Ohio River Corridor

NAI Ohio River Corridor Restructuring in Eastern Ohio and West Virginia Due to Growth of Oil & Gas and Downstream Industries

BOLIVAR, Ohio & WEIRTON, W. Va.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–NAI Ohio River Corridor has expanded their team and commercial real estate services in eastern Ohio and West Virginia. “Since locating our office to Tuscarawas County and our continued focus on the emerging petrochemical, energy, plastics and derivatives industries, we realize the need for growth and restructuring to better

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Zero Emissions Claims Don’t Pan Out for Electric Vehicles

 ... … … Zero emissions claims are popular these days but they seldom pan out, as is the case with electric vehicles in Germany. CNG vehicles make a lot more sense. A study by the IFO think tank in Munich found that electric vehicles in Germany emit 11 percent to 28 percent more carbon dioxide than their diesel counterparts.

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Pipeline Opponents Are Letting the Nonexistent Crowd Out the Great

Keep It Grounded In Fact(American Fuel & Petrochemical Manufacturers)      Pipeline opponents are some of the most irrational people. They’ve talked some agencies into going well beyond letting the perfect be the enemy of the good. When it comes to pipeline opponents, all too often it’s not a case of “letting the perfect crowd

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HART ENERGY CONNECT: What Works In The Rockies?

Bigger completions, longer laterals, bigger data and more are behind better well results throughout the Rockies and the Lower 48. This is a piece of what you can watch and take time to research and dissect insider information with. This is part of a recent technical roundtable at the DUG Rockies conference in Denver.  You

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US, Brent crudes fall amid supply-cut uncertainty, US-China tariffs

Crude oil prices settled lower Monday after a choppy trading session, as Saudi Arabia and Russia have not yet agreed to extend the Opec+ output-cutting deal, and U.S.-China trade tensions continued to threaten crude demand, Kallanish Energy understands. U.S. West Texas Intermediate crude futures settled 73 cents lower, at $53.26 per barrel, falling 1.4% for the

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US line pipe prices sink again

U.S. line pipe prices sunk in May, Kallanish Energy’s sister publication, Kallanish, learns from analyst Pipe Logix. Average U.S. line pipe prices fell by 1.5% from April to May, reaching a combined $1,757/short ton at the distribution level. Domestic prices fell by 1.5%, to $1,930/st, while import prices fell by 1.4%, to $1,584/st. Pipe Logix

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Meritage launches open season for Thunder Creek extension

Meritage Midstream Services II said Monday its Thunder Creek NGL Pipeline subsidiary launched a binding open season to support construction of a 140-mile extension to its existing natural gas liquids pipeline, Kallanish Energy reports. The extension will facilitate transportation of Ngls from two processing plants located in Wyoming’s Campbell and Converse counties, to an interconnection

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Shell Ships First LNG Cargo From Australia’s Prelude

MELBOURNE—Royal Dutch Shell on June 10 shipped the long-awaited first cargo of LNG from its Prelude floating LNG plant off northwest Australia, sealing Australia’s position as the world’s top LNG exporter. Prelude’s start-up marks the end of a $200 billion LNG construction boom in Australia over the past decade, during which eight LNG plants were

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The Midstream 50: Hey, Wall Street! Take A Look!

Things calmed down on the 2019 Midstream 50. There were none of the gigantic zooms up and down that occurred in the prior year, with more typical shuffles by a few points up or down the rule this time around. Compare those minor moves to last year’s rankings when Enbridge Inc. shot to the top

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Soft start to 2019 as plastics machinery shipments decline

North American shipments of primary plastics machinery declined in the first quarter, according to figures released June 3 by the Plastics Industry Association’s Committee on Equipment Statistics. The preliminary estimate of the shipments value for injection molding and extrusion equipment in the first quarter was $273 million, nearly 28 percent lower than the fourth quarter

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Shale Development is Driving America’s Oil and Natural Gas Dominance

Horizontally drilled wells now account for 96 percent of U.S. oil production from shale formations, as well as about 97 percent of shale gas production – up from 15 percent and 14 percent, respectively, in 2004 – according to a report from the U.S. Energy Information Administration. Horizontal drilling, used in conjunction with hydraulic fracturing

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Halcón Resources Names Former Ajax Resources Boss Richard Little As CEO

Halcón Resources Inc. on June 10 appointed Richard Little as CEO, filling a vacancy created in February when the Houston-based company’s founder Floyd Wilson stepped down. Little is a petroleum engineer with 23 years’ experience in the energy business. He was most recently CEO of Ajax Resources, a Permian Basin-focused E&P backed by New York-based

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Recycled PET use by product category

The only North American conference targeting plastics caps and closures makers, the Plastics Caps & Closures conference, held Sept. 9-11, 2019, in Chicago, provides a hotbed of discussion on many of the top innovations, process and product technologies, materials, trends and consumer insights that influence both packaging and caps and closures development. This post appeared

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