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Shell: LNG demand to grow 50% by 2040s
Natural gas demand has peaked in some regions, however
Another Permian merger announced
Diamondback, Endeavor Energy in $27 billion deal
UK’s Centrica enters into LNG agreement
Three-year deal with Spain’s Repsol
Cooper Machinery Services acquires Tucker Valve Seat
Texas company makes industrial alloy valve seats
EIA: Three U.S. LNG projects advanced to construction phase in ‘23
All three approved before federal ‘pause’ on LNG projects
All in the family
Will Exline continues a 150-year tradition
Natural gas consumption record set
Cold snap in January leads to heavy demand
Industry groups object to LNG export ‘pause’
GPA Midstream, GPSA join industry coalition
Euro Gas Report
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Cornerstones Corollary: Great Ideas That Didn’t Make It!
The Cornerstones of Compression series has highlighted many significant products over more than 160 years of continuous progress. However, there were also some great engine and compressor ideas that were unsuccessful. This brief Cornerstones of Compression corollary series features several notable product development failures. The Cooper-Bessemer Free Piston Engine
TotalEnergies acquiring stake in gas producer
50% interest in Malaysian independent
ADNOC Gas wins LNG supply agreement
10-year deal with Indian natural gas company
FW Murphy distributor expands territory
Longtime master distributor RJ Mann & Associates is now the sole provider of FW Murphy parts for the entire state of Colorado and northern and central New Mexico
Baker Hughes energizes change
Several announcements on hydrogen projects at the 24th Baker Hughes Annual Meeting in Florence, Italy
DOE announces demand-side hydrogen plans
Consortium developed to help accelerate commercial adoption of hydrogen
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