Pipeline Shortage Puts Permian’s Crude, NGL Production At Risk

Technology gains and greater efficiency have fostered record production but the growth has been too fast for the lagging infrastructure.

Terrance Harris, Hart Energy

While Permian Basin production has reached record levels, Bill Ordemann, executive vice president, Enterprise Products Partners, forecasts a real problem coming if lagging infrastructure isn’t addressed.

The inability to get gas out of the Permian will have a negative effect on crude oil and NGL in the area, Ordemann said during his keynote address to kick off Hart Energy’s Midstream Texas on June 6.

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