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Sulphur demand growing. [Alberta]

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Abstract

Sulfur markets look better going into 1975 than they have for several years, as North American demand growth is being filled largely by elemental sulfur producers and overseas. Demand is rising as fast as the capacity of Canadian transportation and handling facilities. It will take a long time to make much of a dent in the total Alberta stockpile of 14 million long tons at the end of 1974, with involuntary production from sour gas plants exceeding sales volume since 1972. However, there is some encouragement in the approaching peakout of production combined with a substantial increase in price since the low point of the cycle at the beginning of 1973, and a predicted rise of at least 20% in domestic (North American) sales this year over 1974.
Authors:
Publication Date:
Jan 20, 1975
Product Type:
Journal Article
Reference Number:
EDB-82-154349
Resource Relation:
Journal Name: Oilweek (Calgary, Alberta); (Canada); Journal Volume: 25:49
Subject:
03 NATURAL GAS; ALBERTA; NATURAL GAS INDUSTRY; SULFUR; MARKETING; BY-PRODUCTS; MATERIALS HANDLING; NATURAL GAS PROCESSING PLANTS; SALES; STOCKPILES; TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS; CANADA; ELEMENTS; INDUSTRIAL PLANTS; INDUSTRY; NONMETALS; NORTH AMERICA; 030400* - Natural Gas- Products & By-Products; 030700 - Natural Gas- Waste Management
OSTI ID:
5125338
Country of Origin:
Canada
Language:
English
Other Identifying Numbers:
Journal ID: CODEN: OLWKA
Submitting Site:
HEDB
Size:
Pages: 36, 39, 41-42
Announcement Date:
Oct 01, 1980

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Citation Formats

Not Available. Sulphur demand growing. [Alberta]. Canada: N. p., 1975. Web.
Not Available. Sulphur demand growing. [Alberta]. Canada.
Not Available. 1975. "Sulphur demand growing. [Alberta]." Canada.
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title = {Sulphur demand growing. [Alberta]}
author = {Not Available}
abstractNote = {Sulfur markets look better going into 1975 than they have for several years, as North American demand growth is being filled largely by elemental sulfur producers and overseas. Demand is rising as fast as the capacity of Canadian transportation and handling facilities. It will take a long time to make much of a dent in the total Alberta stockpile of 14 million long tons at the end of 1974, with involuntary production from sour gas plants exceeding sales volume since 1972. However, there is some encouragement in the approaching peakout of production combined with a substantial increase in price since the low point of the cycle at the beginning of 1973, and a predicted rise of at least 20% in domestic (North American) sales this year over 1974.}
journal = {Oilweek (Calgary, Alberta); (Canada)}
volume = {25:49}
journal type = {AC}
place = {Canada}
year = {1975}
month = {Jan}
}