||Ideal Employer Survey Reveals Midstream's Picks for Top Companies
(Monday, January 16, 2017) Rigzone's latest survey finds what's most important to midstream professionals and Deloitte's vice chairman John England provides a midstream outlook for 2017.
||ADNOC Shuts Half Capacity at Ruwais Refinery After Fire -Sources
(Monday, January 16, 2017) Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) has shut half the capacity at its 800,000 barrels-per-day Ruwais refinery after a fire there last week, three industry sources familiar with the matter said on Monday.
||McKinsey: MARPOL Annex VI a 'Huge Factor' for Refiners
(Wednesday, January 18, 2017) McKinsey Energy Insights analyst discusses refining outlook to 2020 and beyond with DownstreamToday.
||LNG Use Surging While Idled Spending May Trigger Next Spike
(Monday, January 16, 2017) LNG prices falling to the lowest in a decade last year spurred fresh demand while suppressing investment in new production, potentially leading to shortages and price spikes next decade, according to a new Bloomberg New Energy Finance report.
||NextDecade Leases Texas City Site for Potential LNG Project
(Tuesday, January 17, 2017) NextDecade, LLC announced Tuesday that it has signed lease agreements for a nearly 1,000-acre site southeast of Houston for the potential development of a multibillion-dollar LNG export facility.
||Platts Launches Middle East LNG Price Marker as Region's Demand Grows
(Monday, January 16, 2017) Commodity pricing agency S&P Global Platts will begin assessing prices for LNG delivered to the Middle East and Pakistan, reflecting growing imports into a region better known as an exporter, the company said on Monday.
||Asian Oil Refinery Margins Jump on Outages in Mideast, Asia
(Tuesday, January 17, 2017) Several refineries in the Middle East and Asia have shut down in the past week due to fires and other technical problems, leading to a jump in profit margins for facilities still operating.
||China Cancels Ethanol Imports as Tax Hike Threatens Trade
(Monday, January 16, 2017) Chinese buyers have cancelled up to seven cargoes of ethanol due to arrive by the end of March, sources said, the first sign that a likely hike in import duties is threatening to stall demand from the world's fastest-growing market.
||COLUMN-China's Crude Oil Juggernaut to Roll On, But More Slowly
(Monday, January 16, 2017) There is little doubt China's crude oil imports enjoyed a robust 2016, hitting a record high. The question is how long the party can continue?
||Pipeline in Canada Needs Replacing after 'Mischief' - Police
(Tuesday, January 17, 2017) A section of an intra-provincial oilfield pipeline under construction in Canada's oil heartland of Alberta needs replacement after being damaged by an act of "mischief," authorities said on Monday.