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Retired CEO describes how the 1980s oil bust guided his thinking as he built a pipeline giant.
Carlyle-backed Lone Star Ports agreed to lease 200 acres along the port of Corpus Christi where it has proposed an oil export terminal and docks to load U.S. shale onto supertankers.
Midstream companies are working furiously to relieve takeaway and export constraints, but in the meantime, producers will feel the pain.