Geographically, Texas may be the nation's second largest state. But when it comes to oil and gas activity, it is the undisputed upstream, midstream and downstream leader. With 280,000+ miles of crude oil and natural gas pipelines, the Lone Star State's extensive midstream network connects prolific plays like the Permian Basin and the Eagle Ford to the world’s largest complex of refineries along the Gulf Coast. This September, Hart Energy's MIDSTREAM Texas conference and exhibition gives you an in-depth look at midstream activity across the state.
Hear directly from 20+ senior-level executives and industry analysts in uniquely candid conference sessions. Discover strategies for staying competitive across the entire commodity cycle. And meet and network with hundreds of midstream professionals during the event's 9+ hours of dedicated networking sessions. Plus, hundreds of upstream and midstream exhibiting companies will showcase the latest products and technologies on the trade show floor.
PetroChina's Kunlun Energy Restarts Top LNG Plant To Meet Winter Demand Kunlun Energy Co. Ltd. has resumed, or was in the process of resuming, production at seven LNG plants, including China's largest, to meet upcoming winter demand, its parent PetroChina said on Oct. 25.The biggest plant, located in Huanggang in central Hubei province, was opened in 2014 and has a capacity of 5 million cubic meters per day (MMcm/d). It was reopened earlier in October after a ten-month shutdown, according to a report on the website of China National Petroleum Corp. (CNPC), the state-owned firm that is in turn the parent of PetroChina.The CNPC report gave no details on the reason for the shutdown. PetroChina said Kunlun has also started resuming operations at plants in Guangyuan, Guang'an, Zhaoqing, Renqiu, Bazhou and Ansai, mostly in southwestern Sichuan province and northern Shaanxi province.