December 2014

Special Report: Plant Design, Engineering and Construction

Successful project development and execution: Beyond EPC to ‘T-EPC’

North America is in the middle of a petrochemical renaissance due to the shale gas tsunami. While this new development is most prevalent in North America, similar trends are expected to develop in oth..

Shahani, G., Rentschler, C., Linde Engineering North America, Inc.

North America is in the middle of a petrochemical renaissance due to the shale gas tsunami. While this new development is most prevalent in North America, similar trends are expected to develop in other parts of the world, including Europe and Asia. Shale gas has become an attractive fuel and petrochemical feedstock. The advent of inexpensive shale gas has been regarded as a potential game-changer, which could make North America more energy independent. It is revitalizing the manufacturing industry, particularly the refining and petrochemical sectors. A wave of new mega-projects has been announced to capitalize on abundant lower-cost natural gas resources. The size and scope of these projec

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