As capital pours into the Midcontinent and rig counts climb, takeaway constraints—particularly for natural gas—are a growing concern for Anadarko Basin producers. These panelists from EnLink Midstream and Stratas Advisors offer their views on how the buildout of natural gas, crude oil and NGL infrastructure is proceeding, and how bottlenecks can be addressed.
Midcontinent NatGas & NGL Supply, Markets & Demand"
- Mike Burdett, senior vice president of the commercial business at EnLink Midstream LLC
"New Oil Take-Away, Demand & Destinations"
- Garry Banda, midstream analyst with Stratas Advisors
Equinor, Chevron and Occidental Petroleum have removed staff and began taking precautions at their offshore oil and gas platforms ahead of the storm in the U.S. Gulf of Mexico.
Petrobras is also in talks with Bolivia’s YPFB to review gas contracts and increase supply to Brazil.
Oil and gas firms had shut wells in the U.S. Gulf of Mexico accounting for 1 million bbl/d of oil on Aug. 23, as one storm is forecast to become a damaging Category 2 hurricane.