From January to June 2018, net natural gas exports in the U.S. average 0.87 Bcf/d, which more than doubled the average daily net exports during all of 2017.
By the end of 2018, six major pipelines are planned to open in Mexico, furthering the country’s plan for expansion of its natural gas infrastructure.
The levels have not been seen since Aug. 25, 2017, a week before Hurricane Harvey hit the Gulf Coast.
The U.S. has led the world in natural gas production since 2009 when it surpassed Russia.
Over the years, many different measurement technologies have been used to determine the oil/water interface level in separation vessels.
Companies are increasingly operating in high-pressure, high-temperature downhole conditions.
After reaching 9.3 million barrels per day in 2017, U.S. crude oil production is on track for a record-setting 2018.
Thermal insulation brings offshore operators peace of mind.