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Business Characteristics of the Natural Gas Con...

SKU: GRI-93/0342
Business Characteristics of the Natural Gas Conditioning Industry

In 1984 a database of information on natural gas processing and conditioning plants was compiled. Later the database was updated based on publicly available information and a survey of 89 producers and operators. This study analyzes the information and comes to the conclusion that the level of gas plant construction activity is expected to increase in the mid to late nineties.
Document Type
Report
Report Type
Topical Report
Report Period
08/92 - 01/93
Corporate Source
M.W. Kellogg Co., Houston, TX; Purvin & Gertz, Inc., Dallas, TX
Sponsor
Gas Research Institute, Chicago, IL
Pagination
220p
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Summary:
In 1984 a database of information on natural gas processing and conditioning plants was compiled. Later the database was updated based on publicly available information and a survey of 89 producers and operators. This study analyzes the information and comes to the conclusion that the level of gas plant construction activity is expected to increase in the mid to late nineties. The analysis compares the current conditioning techniques available to the producer, based on applicability and relative costs. It determines the capital and operating costs of conditioning natural gas for selected plants operating in the U.S. Gulf Coast, and examines the difference in costs for small and large operators. Advances in treating technology and the impact of revisions to environmental legislation are examined. The study outlines the process of introducing new technology to the industry, including the industry's acceptance of new technology. The potential for additional sources for gas requiring conditioning is discussed. Appendixes describe the database and include the gas plant survey form.
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