Midstream Business Magazine - September 2015
In the midst of a downcycle, the sector sees both growth and stability in our eighth annual industry rankings.
Gas-rich East Texas bides its time, counting on Gulf Coast LNG export facilities to provide a needed lift.
On the verge of an LNG export era brimming with promise, North America enjoys an abundance of ambition, resources and capital to make it happen. The only thing in short supply might be customers.
The shale revolution is creating a new natural gas market in the U.S. as LNG export terminals may serve as the relief valve necessary to rebalance prices.
The new tolling structure provides benefits for loyal LNG shippers.
Integrating an LNG liquefaction train with an existing gas processing plant offers new revenues through increased efficiency.
Statoil has invested millions of dollars in midstream assets to handle its Bakken production of more than 58,000 barrels of oil equivalent per day.
EQT Midstream Partners is helping to build the Appalachian Basin into a global energy power through critical midstream infrastructu
EIV Capital has carved out a niche in the lower middle market by partnering with midstream companies and helping them to gro
An investment-grade credit rating is a plus for both debt and equity investors.