Industrial Info is tracking 175 active projects, worth $14.74 billion, in the U.S semiconductors and computers sector, of which only three projects worth $1.1 billion have been delayed or otherwise affected by COVID-19.
SUGAR LAND--June 3, 2020--Researched by Industrial Info Resources (Sugar Land, Texas)--Just as some petroleum refineries have idled capacity for economic reasons caused by low fuel demand, so have some U.S. alternative fuels producers, including ethanol and biodiesel producers that rely on mandatory fuel-blending requirements to move their product. As fuel use increases as more people return to work, so should alternative fuels production.
In addition, Industrial Info is tracking more than $620 million in U.S. alternative fuels capital and maintenance project activity that has been delayed, pl...more
Industrial Info is tracking more than 295 planned food and beverage capital-spending projects, valued at more than $4 billion, in the "Rust Belt" states (Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Missouri, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania and West Virginia).
In the global effort to fight COVID-19 as well as dispel notions of competition and antitrust issues, some of the world's largest oil companies such as Chevron, BP and ExxonMobil could merge to prioritize building an industry with better operational efficiencies, lower costs and healthier balance sheets, according to an article in Oilprice.com.
Industrial Info is tracking 31 ethylene unit maintenance projects, worth $202.1 million, in China.