NEW ORLEANS, June 16, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Researched by Industrial Info Resources (Sugar Land, Texas)--Developers of the second wave of U.S. Gulf Coast petrochemical projects are facing more productivity challenges due to the retirement of experienced workers and other issues, company executives said Thursday at the Downstream Engineering, Construction & Maintenance (DECM) conference.
Speaking during the keynote panel discussion entitled "Delivering on the 1st Wave and Preparing for the 2nd," Cheniere Energy Incorporated (Houston, Texas) Senior Vice President Ed Lehotsky said that workplace productivity on the Gulf Coast used to be regarded as a global benchmark. He said he does not think that is the case anymore.
Within this article: Details of Cheniere's LNG train buildout. Companies featured include Cheniere and Dow Chemical Corporation.
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