Midstream Business Magazine - October 2014
The U.S. midstream looks to share this nation’s abundance with its high-demand neighbor.
TC PipeLines, an MLP connected to TransCanada Corp., delivers oil, gas and steadily increasing distributions.
Denham Capital Management LP is building teams to change the oil and gas landscape.
The dominant players remain on top of our 2014 NGL processor and producer rankings with large merger and acquisition moves as the big story of the year.
The vast oil shale reserves of the Uinta and Piceance basins dwarf all U.S. shale plays, but markets smile on present crude production as well.
Enterprise is one of the leading midstream partnerships with a diverse slate of operations located across the U.S.
June was a good month for acquisitions and divestitures (A&D). It was the month that 2013 finally stopped.
Corporate cybersecurity does not suffer from a lack of general awareness, a PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP (PwC) survey of CEOs confirmed.
Although natural gas prices took a beating in the post-Labor Day market—dropping 4.31% to $3.89 per million Btu—recent lower prices in the space could present a real opportunity for the industry, analysts say.
The challenge of our time is to meet the needs of more than 1 billion people around the world who don’t have access to power, according to Ron Jibson, president and CEO at Questar Corp. in Salt Lake City, Utah.
The best strategy in luring incentives and tax credits is to play it cool.
Surging gas production coupled with the industry-wide expectation of long-term low gas prices is creating major opportunities for investment, said U.S. Capital Advisors (USCA) in its recent report, “Interstate Pipeline Review.”
A new industry organization will address shale-related gas flaring, stranded gas and emissions reduction with the goal of monetizing gas at the wellhead.
In South Texas and North Dakota—where shale drilling has propelled U.S. oil production to the highest level in 28 years—thousands of 18-wheel trucks are rumbling to wells on roads designed decades ago for farmers to bring crops to markets.
Bringing new U.S. oil and gas supply online continues to be constrained by takeaway operators who are trying to catch up on an estimated $1 trillion of needed midstream buildout.