Midstream Business Magazine - January/February 2017
What’s going to happen? Midstream executives try to set realistic spending plans for an uncertain year.
U.S. refiners must adjust to a rapidly changing crude slate as downstream-facing midstream operators respond to maximize sourcing optionality.
Integrated simulation can maximize plant efficiency as it minimizes capital expenditures.
Western Canada’s big unconventional play has its merits and its challenges. Improving midstream infrastructure will help producers tap its riches.
H2O Midstream is tapping its industry expertise to provide producers one-stop water management services.
The midstream sector gains significant opportunities with the new Congress.
Gaining and using information is vital to creating a competitive advantage in the volatile LNG market.
Building a new propane terminal for maximized reliability, safety and efficiency requires careful work from project proposal to final commissioning.
Takeaway capacity has become an issue as Permian oil production continues to rise.
NGL Frac Spread
Led by butane, 2016 NGL prices soared at year end to match the previous year’s averages.