Midstream Business Magazine - February 2016
Midstream executive J. Mike Stice has added a senior role in academics to his wide-ranging business career.
Is the oil and gas business going through creative destruction or disruptive innovation?
Ground will still be broken, capital will still be spent in 2016, but upstream woes have persuaded jolted ﬁnancial markets to be wary of the industry.
Midstream developers should seek old industrial sites and proactively embrace the environmental impact review process when siting a crude-by-rail transloading terminal in California.
New business strategies may be necessary in 2016 but they can be misread by regulators. The stakes have never been higher to do it right.
Price, not politics, may determine if new transborder crude capacity linking Canada and the U.S. goes into service.
RP 1173 provides a catalyst for improving communications to all parties when something happens.
A Pennsylvania state task force report could slow midstream development in the Keystone State.
Technology and proper internal and external stafﬁng allow senior management to effectively meet a midstream company’s regulatory workload.
Waste heat from gas compressors can provide site power and increase engine efﬁciency.
The Williston Basin may be struggling, but recent developments could provide a lift for the once-hot play.