Could Philadelphia Become 'Cushing East'?

 

 


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Edward Young  |  May 22, 2013
This is the perfect solution for supplying the Northeast refineries. The cost, time, and regulations to build/rebuild pipelines would be enormous. Forget the differance in transportation costs rail vs pipeline. How many billions of dollars and how many years before an adequate pipeline system could be built. There is another player rapidly coming into the game. The production of crude, diesel, and other liquid and gas commodties being produced from natural gas.Most notably at the wellhead. This technology will recover stranded and flare gas situations and has the potential to take the place of building extensive and expensive pipelines.The economic potential of NG to GTL to a refinery or chemical company can be a leading force of American independence of imported oil or gas.
Randy Parsons  |  May 20, 2013
Nice job. Its Great to see companies doing new and exciting things to use and save the past. As we all know if you would have tried to build a new refinery it would have never got past the permitting process. Thanks