As global oil & gas trading patterns shift, the need for additional storage facilities continues growing. Oil & gas storage terminals for both imports and exports are springing up throughout the world as North America experiences a dramatic increase in production and energy-hungry Asia continues to increase its oil & gas imports.
Industrial Info's benchmarks for coverage include terminals with 20,000 barrels or greater storage capacity, 100 tons of solids capacity, or 500 million cubic feet natural gas storage. All terminals are independent and stand alone from processing plants. We provide complete plant coverage, along with details on capital and maintenance spending.
Our Oil & Gas Terminals Industry Database contains detailed information on more than active capital and maintenance projects with a combined value of more than , and operational and pre-commissioned facilities throughout the world, providing accurate, up-to-date intelligence about project milestones, equipment needs and much more. In addition, our database includes information on hundreds of canceled or on-hold projects and inactive or decommissioned facilities.
Along with plant and project information, contact details for more than key decision-makers for projects and key plant contacts are consistently verified and updated, providing you with direct access to the people you need to be in touch with!
For those interested exclusively in the rapidly expanding LNG sector, our Global LNG Database provides all of the features of our Plant and Projects Databases, but is strictly for LNG projects and plants, including both import and export facilities.
Industrial Info's Oil & Gas Database covers natural gas- and oil-related projects and plants in the U.S. and Canada, and also includes detailed information on existing and new-build mechanical drives. The Database includes facilities and activities in the Terminals, Production and Pipelines industries.
View the full range of SIC codes and descriptions covered in our Oil & Gas Terminals Industry Database.