Upstream, Downstream and Midstream Integration

Upstream oil and gas operations identify deposits, drill wells, and recover raw materials from underground. This sector also includes related services, such as rig operations, feasibility studies, and machinery rental and extraction chemical supply. Many of the largest upstream operators are the major diversified oil and gas firms, such as Exxon-Mobil.

Midstream operations link the upstream and downstream entities. Midstream operations mostly include resource transportation and storage, such as pipelines and gathering systems. Kinder Morgan and Williams Companies are two examples of midstream firms.

Downstream operations include refineries and marketing. These services turn crude oil into usable products such as gasoline, fuel oils, and petroleum-based products. Marketing services help move the finished products from energy companies to retailers or end users. Marathon Petroleum and Phillips 66 are two noteworthy examples of downstream companies.


  • Midstream/Upstream Interface Optimisation
  • Coal bed methane
  • Hydrocarbon exploration
  • Natural gas condensate
  • Natural-gas processing
  • Target Refining and Petrochemical Integration
  • Transportation and Marketing Challenges
  • EPC Capability & Capacity
  • EPC Capability & Capacity
  • Oil Refining Technologies
  • Streamline Simulation

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