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Amid intense capital expansion, industry braces for a surge of another kind in 2017—turnarounds

An expected surge in planned maintenance turnarounds across south Louisiana and the Gulf Coast in 2017 could have a minimal impact on manpower needs—or...

New marine applications and rising Chinese demand fuel hopes of a methanol boom

Despite lower oil and gas prices, some methanol producers feel they are on the cusp of a boom, encouraged by the advent of new marine...

Indorama gets permits, edges closer to refurbishing Carlyss facility

This summer, a Thailand-based industrial owner took a critical step toward breaking ground at the dormant Occidental Chemical Corp. ethane cracker site in Carlyss,...

As construction passes the halfway point, Sasol completes a major review of its Lake...

South Africa-based Sasol completed a detailed review over the summer of its ongoing Lake Charles Chemicals Project, leading to the release of a full...

LNG plant is one of several megaprojects underway in southwest Louisiana

Three cylindrical buildings—each larger than the Superdome—now dot the Hackberry skyline, signaling that construction on Cameron LNG is well underway. The project—backed by San Diego-based...

Site selection decisions rest on many factors. How does south Louisiana measure up?

Site selection has become an increasingly competitive process in the U.S., as hundreds of regional and state economic developers fight to qualify for investors’...

Competition, technology and safety are the key drivers in today’s heavy lifting industry

As industrial owners design vessels and structures that are heavier, taller and in increasingly tighter spaces, the facilitators of their installations—the heavy lifting industry—have...

Chinese investment in St. James Parish remains on track

Yuhuang Chemical’s multiphase, $1.85 billion methanol plant in St. James Parish is on track for a late 2016 groundbreaking despite uncertain market demand for...

Top 5 Louisiana oil and gas tech startups to watch in 2016

With the 8th annual New Orleans Entrepreneur Week (NOEW) March 11-18, all eyes turned to Louisiana. As the fastest growing entrepreneurial ecosystem in the...

Trimble releases new displays for monitoring crane sensors

California-based Trimble has announced the availability of the Trimble MBR Series Displays for quick, handheld or cab-mounted wireless monitoring of crane sensors. The MBR...

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