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Turbine inlet cooling for Oil & Gas, Chemical Processing and Power Industries
Turbine inlet cooling for Oil & Gas, Chemical Processing and Power Industries

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Everest Sciences is participating in The Pipeline + Energy Expo, April 4-6, 2017 at the Cox Business Center in Tulsa, OK. We will be in booth 809, will be sponsoring a Coffee Break, and our Director of Sales, Myles J. McDonough will be presenting. #PipeLineExpo.
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This is good news for the Energy industry, overall. This helps alleviate "stranded" Ethane that has been in the Marcellus-Utica play.

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More evidence that the increasing use of #NaturalGas-fired power plants in #Mexico will positively impact Pipeline operators in the U.S.

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"#NaturalGas prices in 2017 and 2018 are expected to be higher than last year" from the U.S. Energy Information Administration. One key industry insider also recently said that Natural Gas pricing may start tracking again more closely with Crude pricing, due to the large surplus of #NaturalGasLiquids coming in to the market. We will see...

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We are pleased to announce our new web site. Take a look when you get a minute.http://www.everestsciences.com .

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This piece from C&EN illustrates the demand-side of the steadily increasing need for #Ethane. When this means that #NaturalGas Producers in the U.S. will move from Ethane Rejection to Recovery is anyone's guess.

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This detailed overview from our friends at RBN Energy assesses the opportunities, and risks associated with Mexico's "#NaturalGas Gas Renaissance." This link is to part one of a three part series. All three parts are available, and we would encourage you to read them.

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RBN Energy examines the coming "battle" between Marcellus-Utica and Texas produced Natural Gas.

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#Naturalgas fired #electricitygeneration expected to reach record level in 2016, according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA).
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