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The Future of Caribbean LPG Supply and Demand, 2005- 2025: Trends, Drivers, Challenges and Forecasts of LPG Production and Consumption under Current Market Dynamics

  • $ 4000
  • January 2018
  • 113 pages

It can produce gasoline, gasoil, propane, butane and other fuel gases.

  • Caribbean
  • Liquefied Petroleum Gas
  • Industry analysis
  • Liquefied Petroleum Gas Demand
  • Liquefied Petroleum Gas Production

The Future of Sub- Saharan Africa LPG Supply and Demand, 2005- 2025

  • $ 4000
  • April 2017
  • 115 pages

LPG purchase negotiations open in Equatorial Guinea- January [...] SONAGAS, Equatorial Guinea's national gas company, will begin marketing the its share of LPG produced at the Alba Plant on Bioko Island, the country's Ministry of Mines, Industry and Energy has announced [...] Negotiations have been opened by SONAGAS with off takers and marketing of its LPG production stake to international buyers will start from ## January 2016.

  • Sub-Saharan Africa
  • Liquefied Petroleum Gas
  • Industry analysis
  • Liquefied Petroleum Gas Demand
  • Liquefied Petroleum Gas Production

Morocco Refining Industry Infrastructure Investments and Supply Demand Outlook (Q2 2015) - Forecasts of Morocco Gasoline, Diesel, LPG and Fuel Oil, Refining Capacity, Competition and New Opportunities

  • $ 1600
  • June 2015
  • 72 pages

Further, it produces various products including diesel oil ## PPM, unleaded gasoline, Jet A1, Fuel Oil, Propane, Butane, Base Oil and Bitumen.

  • Morocco
  • Oil And Gas
  • Refined Products
  • Industry analysis
  • Diesel Production
  • Liquefied Petroleum Gas Production

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NGL Market Trends in the US

  • January 2020
  • 8 pages

Four core divisions principally underpin its business, including LPG exports and distribution, domestic terminals, wellsite fluids and fuels, as well as trucking and liquids handling Randy Crawford, president and CEO of AltaGas said "This acquisition is consistent with our global export strategy, our growing midstream operations, and a corporate focus on building a diversified, low-risk, high-growth, utilities midstream business set to deliver resilient, durable and compounded value for our stakeholders . . . [...] The transaction provides AltaGas with operational responsibility of strategic assets that can export both propane and butane." [...] Upon deal closure in Q4 2020 or Q1 2021, AltaGas will fully consolidate financial results of Petrogas, which is also 26-per-cent owned by Idemitsu Kosan Co. Ltd. AltaGas intends to initially fund the transaction with short-term debt from its $4 billion of current estimated liquidity, and to later repay through the strong free cash flow from the asset base and expected proceeds from non-core asset sales targeted over next year The Petrogas Ferndale, WA LPG export terminal and wharf provides the same structural advantage related to reduced shipping days to Asian markets as the Ridley Island Propane Export Terminal (RIPET), and has capacity to export in excess of 50,000 bbls/d of combined butane and propane For AltaGas, export capacity will increase to roughly 100,000 bbls/d thanks to the transaction, with an ability to reach in excess of 130,000 bbls/d over the medium-term once RIPET increases to nameplate capacity In addition, the deal provides AltaGas with greater natural gas liquids supply and storage access, including at Fort Saskatchewan, expanding logistics capabilities with a significant complementary and contracted asset base in key regions across North America • • • • •

  • United States
  • Retail
  • NGL
  • Industry analysis
  • Liquefied Petroleum Gas Export
  • Retail Revenue

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