The United States will increase the sale of liquefied natural gas (LNG) to Central America after the inauguration of a gigantic storage tank in Panama for distribution throughout the region. The 180,000 m3 tank is located at the entrance of the Panama Canal in the city of Colón, where the American company AES has a terminal with an LNG-based power generation plant.
The cryogenic valve market is expected to grow from an estimated $3 billion in 2018 to $3.75 billion by 2023, at a CAGR of 4.51%, from 2018 to 2023. This growth is primarily due to the rising production and trade of LNG to meet the LNG demand from various countries globally. High demand for industrial gases (nitrogen, oxygen, argon, helium, and others) from industries such as food & beverage, electronics, and chemicals is further expected to boost the cryogenic valve market.
This week, Durig Capital takes a look at a unique oil and gas producer. Reviewed several times in the past, most recently in May of 2019 following the company’s release of their Q1 Results, California Resources Corporation (NYSE:CRC) produces oil, natural gas and natural gas liquids (NGL) strictly within the state of California. And, it sells all of it oil production in the state of California, which, as a state, represents the 5th largest economy in the world. The company recently signed its third major joint venture agreement, which will allow the company to add production and revenue with no initial capital cost to CRC. In addition to this great news, CRC also posted some excellent results from its second quarter (see bullet points above).
In today’s world the use of cryogenics and low-temperature refrigeration is taking a more and more significant role. Cryogenic insulation films are used from food industry, transportation, medical applications, energy to the space shuttle.
This week, Durig Capital takes a look at a leading marine transportation company. Teekay Corporation provides marine transportation, storage, and vessel leasing for the oil and natural gas industry. The company’s third quarter saw increases in its subsidiaries revenues over second quarter. Here are some highlights from its third quarter results.
Teekay Tankers nearly doubled its quarterly revenues from the prior year period.
Teekay Corporation recorded adjusted cash flow from vessel operations of $19.8 million as compared to $1.2 million a year earlier.
Teekay LNG revenues increased to $123.3 million as compared to $104.3 million a year earlier.