August 2016

Trends and Resources

Business Trends: The state of the global downstream construction sector

Capital-intensive investments are being made in every sector of the hydrocarbon processing industry, in every region.

Nichols, Lee, Hydrocarbon Processing Staff

Fluor completed the lift of a 250-ft, 570-ton C2 splitter in late 2015. The column is part of Chevron Phillips Chemical’s ethane cracker project at its Cedar Bayou complex in Baytown, Texas. Photo courtesy of Fluor. Capital-intensive investments are being made in every sector of the hydrocarbon processing industry, in every region. The following is an update on the global downstream investment and construction sector. This overview provides a detailed trends analysis on new and active downstream construction projects around the world. This information will help shed some light on the state of the downstream construction sector, as well as provid

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