October 2016

Trends and Resources

Industry Perspectives: What is the future of the downstream HPI?

What is the state of downstream processing capacity?

What is the state of downstream processing capacity? What regions and sectors are seeing growth, and which are stagnant, or possibly shrinking? Capital-intensive investments are being made in every sector and region of the hydrocarbon processing industry (HPI). These investments are ensuring that global demand for petroleum products will be met in the future. At present, Hydrocarbon Processing’s Construction Boxscore Database is tracking over 2,100 projects around the world. These projects represent more than $1.6 T in total capital expenditures through 2030. The editors of Hydrocarbon Processing have provided their insight into the major trends affecting the global downstream oil and gas

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