Midstream Business Magazine - November/December 2016
Private equity has kept the capital flowing during midstream’s shale boom-induced buildout. Its importance may continue after the turnaround.
Midstream executives show concern over the extreme environmental movement threatening the industry.
The midstream buildout includes creative uses of existing assets to better serve producers while keeping costs down.
Midstream management should start getting ready now for new accounting guidelines that will take effect in 2018 and 2019 financial reports.
Midstream Texas attendees were cautioned that even in energy-friendly Texas, the oil and gas business faces growing opposition.
The big Williston Basin play may finally be getting the pipeline capacity that it has long needed.
Although the Congress and President-elect Trump may have their differences, the outlook for midstream for the next two years looks really good.
SNC-Lavalin CEO Steve R. Gill shares how a midstream supplier became a midstream operator.
Pennsylvania’s largest city has a growing reputation as an energy center, thanks to expanding Marcellus and Utica shale development.