Supply Chain & Logistics

Retaliatory tariffs on US chem and plastic exports threaten to harm $18bn of economic activity -ACC

Sep 7, 2018

The $11bn worth of tariffs on U.S. chemical and plastics exports enacted by China put almost $18bn in U.S. economic activity at risk along with nearly 55,000 US jobs, the American Chemistry Council (ACC) said.

US Gulf oil terminal projects signal major export growth

Sep 7, 2018

Enterprise plans to develop an offshore crude oil export terminal off the Texas Gulf Coast, which will be capable of fully loading supertankers, or Very Large Crude Carriers (VLCC), signaling the next phase in the U.S. journey to becoming a major energy...

Supply chain dollars speed up to keep up with US export growth

Jul 26, 2018

While US petrochemical companies prepare to export more chemicals than ever before, a new report found that supply chain budgets are surging as the industry catches up to the profound downstream growth.

US oil surplus could impact downstream

Jul 26, 2018

Land-locked oil producers are running out of options to get key feedstock to market as pipeline and rail capacity fills up and the truck driving shortage intensifies.

LNG Canada FID near; Record container volume in Southeast; China relying on US energy

Jul 12, 2018

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Pipeline capital spending accelerates with more than $10 billion in North American projects

May 17, 2018

The U.S. downstream industry is rapidly responding to the energy renaissance with pipelines and infrastructure to transport refined products to the Gulf Coast, northeast or nearby consumers.

US ethylene growth spurs new plastics export routes

Apr 20, 2018

Rapidly growing U.S. ethylene production and investment in new derivative capacity has increased the number of ports exporting plastics and opened new markets for U.S. producers, ClipperData told Petrochemical Update.

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