July 25, 2013 By: Peter van der Schans The US is transitioning from being a net importer of liquefied natural gas (LNG) to a net exporter. After going through a revival earlier this century, LNG imports into the US have been on the decline since 2007. As of March 2013, only three out of the [...]
April 24, 2013 by: Jessica A. Valor Over 5,000 delegates and 350 exhibitors from over 80 countries attended the 17th International Conference & Exhibition on Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG 17) held at Houston’s George R. Brown Convention Center April 16-19, 2013. Many of Interface Consulting’s experts, including myself, attended the event on Thursday, April 18. [...]
March 19, 2013 Political and economic tensions are heating up in the March issue of Construction Headline News as countries across Europe and Asia form alliances and agreements in order to decrease their dependence on unfavorable energy sources. From Italy to India, cross-border pipelines, with many routes in competition with one another, are in talks [...]
February 21, 2013 By: Peter van der Schans Last week, Interface Consulting’s experts, including myself, attended the Pipeline Pigging and Integrity Management Conference, held at the Marriott Westchase in Houston, Texas from February 13-14, 2013. The conference, now in its 25th year, is dedicated to pipeline pigging, inspection, evaluation, and repair. For those of you that [...]
Energy is on the move in the Eastern Hemisphere as the January 2012 issue of Construction Headline News focuses on countries that look to expand trade and economic routes with major pipeline construction.
Oil and gas projects spanning the Far East to Western Europe are a hot topic of discussion in the October 2010 issue of Construction Headline News. Other October issue articles discuss recent disputes over construction delays on rapid transit and Everglades restoration projects. Additionally, in our construction economics section you will find articles on West [...]