The annual Midstream 50 is out and this year’s edition can be described as calm. There was no gigantic up and down movement as in previous years. You may recall last year, Enbridge shot up from number four to number one with its Spectra energy mega-deal, and Cheniere shot up from number 40 to number 10 as its LNG export operation in Cameron Parish started. Spoiler alert for this year, Enbridge remains in the top spot but you can check out all of the detail of this year’s list on HartEnergy.com and in Midstream Business.
On the data side, EIA’s new liquids pipeline projects database shows U.S. crude oil production doubled between 2010 and 2018, with about 70% of that growth coming into the Gulf Coast. Of course, the growth of Permian production may have something to do with that, as we’ve now topped more than 7 million barrels per day.
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2023-01-31 - Technology companies Greensea and Blue Ring’s partnership helps ROV operators become situationally aware without having to “context switch” from task to task.
2023-01-23 - From nanoparticles to air bubbles, the University of Texas Permian Basin’s Texas Water and Energy Institute is analyzing data to potentially find a home for water produced during oil production.
2023-01-19 - IoT enables geophysical workflows but also introduces vulnerability to cyber attacks.
2023-01-17 - HUVRdata and VEERUM partnered to engineer digital twin technology that contextualizes inspection data in virtual facilities and asset models.
2023-01-10 - Liberty Resources' pilot project shows alternating produced gas with water/surfactant EOR mix boosts production and cuts costs in the Bakken Shale.