Oil, Gas, & Chemicals

As global oil & gas trading patterns shift, the need for additional storage facilities continues to grow. 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. In North America, storage demand increases as pipeline networks continue to unfold. As the liquefied natural gas (LNG) market grows, so does the need for LNG receiving and regasification facilities for countries on the receiving end of the product.

Coverage within Industrial Info's Oil & Gas Terminals Industry:

Industrial Info's benchmarks for coverage include terminals with 20,000 barrels or more of storage capacity, or 500 million cubic feet of natural gas storage. All terminals are independent and standalone from processing plants. We provide complete plant coverage, along with details on capital and maintenance spending.

Our Oil & Gas Terminals Industry coverage contains detailed information on more than 3,300 active capital and maintenance projects with a combined value of more than $213.00 billion, and 7,300 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 platform 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 8,800 key decision-makers for projects and 32,100 key plant contacts are consistently verified and updated, providing you with direct access to the people you need to find!

For those interested exclusively in the rapidly expanding Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) or Natural Gas Liquids (NGL) markets, our Global Oil & Gas Platform provides all of the features of our Plant and Projects Platforms, but can be strictly narrowed down to those sectors.

Industrial Info's Oil & Gas coverage includes natural gas- and oil-related projects and plants globally, and also includes detailed information on existing and pre-commissioned mechanical drives. This market intelligence platform includes facilities and activities in the Terminals, Production and Pipelines industries.

  • Independent Storage Companies
  • Companies primarily engaged in the business of "storage for hire." A typical terminal can have a variety of storage capabilities based on its customers. Products include biofuels, chemicals, crude oil and petroleum products.
  • Independent Terminals Owned by Major Processors
  • Terminals that store feedstock or finished petroleum products as an intermediate point prior to distribution.
  • Strategic Petroleum Reserve Sites
  • Government-owned and -operated crude oil storage facilities located in salt dome caverns.
  • Natural Gas Storage and Transportation Companies
  • Privately owned and operated natural gas storage facilities, including those for liquefied natural gas (LNG) and natural gas liquids (NGL).
  • LNG Import and Regasification Facilities
  • Onshore and floating terminals to receive and regasify LNG shipments.

View the full range of SIC codes and descriptions covered in our Terminals Industry Platform.

Terminal Projects

Our Oil & Gas Terminals Project coverage includes projects from the early planning stages through engineering and RFQs, to completion. Project coverage includes both capital and maintenance spending valued at $1 million and greater.

Project Activities:

  • Major maintenance shutdowns & turnarounds
  • Grassroot construction
  • Expansions, upgrades & additions
  • Retooling
  • Restarts
  • Decommissioning
  • Environmental compliance +
    • Vapor collection and recovery system
    • Oily water separators
    • Liners
    • Dikes
    • Spill Containment
    • Fire protection systems
    • Emergency shutoff valves
    • Leak detention
    • Liquid and vapor monitoring
    • Brine disposal systems
    • Flare gas systems

Project Information Included:

  • Project scope & schedule
  • RFQ & bidding dates
  • Key project milestones
  • Project location
  • SIC codes
  • Owner & parent company
  • Details of contracted firms+
    • Design-build
    • Engineering
    • General contractors
    • Construction managers
    • And much more
  • Contact information for key decision-makers
  • Potential Equipment Requirements
  • Storage tanks +
    • Above-ground
    • Underground
    • Fixed-roof
    • Floating roof
    • Cone
    • Refrigerated sphere
  • Equipment +
    • SCADA monitoring
    • Gauging/metering systems
    • Turbines
    • Compressors
    • Pumps
    • Valves
    • Pipelines
    • Manifolds
    • Loading racks
    • Controls (DCS/PLC)
    • etc.


Our Oil & Gas Terminals coverage includes detailed profiles for more than 6,300 operational storage facilities, 700 pre-commissioned facilities and more than 300 decommissioned facilities (closed, mothballed or shuttered).

Each profile includes:

  • Owner & parent company
  • Physical & mailing addresses
  • Telephone numbers
  • SIC descriptions
  • Startup date
  • Employee count
  • Union status
  • Key management contact details
  • Terminal contact email address

Units & Equipment


Users can search for operational, pre-commissioned and decommissioned units across all industries. Unit details include startup/stop dates, actual and designed capacity, and more. Users are also given easy access to plant and project information associated with the unit, including key contacts, project scope and schedule, and much more.

Unit profiles also include the following:

  • Tank Farms
  • Compressor Packages
  • Pump Packages
  • Glycol Dehydration Units
  • LNG Regasification Units
  • And much more


Our equipment search allows users to find operational, pre-commissioned & decommissioned units, including compressors, pumps and power generation drives. Within, we further break down our unit dataset and identify the specific equipment.

Drive search criteria include:

  • Drive types (Gas Turbine, Steam Turbine, Electric Motor, IC Engine)
  • Drive manufacturer
  • Drive capacity (Megawatts or Horsepower)
  • Driven equipment type (Compressor, Pump, Generator)
  • Driven equipment manufacturer
  • Driven equipment information (Model, MVA, kV, RPM, Cooling info where available)
  • Fuel/Energy source type (primary/secondary)
  • Startup/Shutdown dates
  • Status (planned, operational, decommissioned)

Long-Term Service Agreements (LTSA)

Industrial Info's Long-Term Service Agreement (LTSA) intelligence is integrated seamlessly with the Terminal information to help users track the details of LTSAs and preferred contractors.

The LTSA Intelligence helps you recognize key third-party players in the daily operations of plants, identifies opportunities to pursue associated maintenance or capital work, and detects key competitors specific to a terminal. Search using your own criteria to track LTSA contractors by geography or company. Build queries around LTSAs expiring in specific time periods, or discover where certain LTSA contractors are currently contracted and for what type of craft or trade.


Industrial Info's Analytics Products help supplement our online platform and give our clients a long-term view of where spending is expected to be and its major trends or drivers.

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