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Energy Web Atlas' US Gas Processing / Pipelines (EWA/GP)

The Energy Web Atlas' US Gas Processing / Pipelines (EWA/GP) map is a comprehensive source of data for hundreds of natural gas facilities and pipelines in the US. 

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Challenges and opportunities for equation-based hydrates prediction

Gas hydrates may form in any location where free gas, water, and the appropriate temperature and pressure exist, such as in natural gas production, transportation and processing systems.

Creating a ‘win-win’ between construction contractor and project owner—Part 1

Numerous articles have been written about the key elements to a successful construction project.1–6 The important considerations for a successful project, which have been widely accepted, are: scope, cost, schedule, safety and quality.

Industry Honors Vic Weston with 2018 MVP Award

It’s been more than three decades since Tom Iseley moved to Louisiana and joined the Purdue University faculty, but he’ll never forget his first meeting with Vic Weston.

Some Extra-Clean Breaks with Standard Practices

In recent weeks, some innovations in the area of fortifying the environment have been gaining attention and should make those in the industry, particularly those involved with gas distribution, feel good about what they do for a living.

Shaletech: Permian Basin

Despite an aerial reach of more than 75,000 sq mi, overlaying up to 12 prospective zones, the growing population of rigs and frac spreads in the invincible Permian basin of Texas and southeastern New Mexico has made well spacing a dicey issue.

How much Iranian oil will be lost if Trump scraps the JCPOA?

President Donald Trump will probably ditch the Iran nuclear deal on 12 May—on that, most everyone seems to agree. But consensus over the impact on oil supply is lacking. More than 1m barrels a day of supply could be lost over the next 18 months. Worse still, the White House might not really have a plan.