Midstream Business Magazine - March/April 2018

Cover Story

Water Management: Three Pipes in a Ditch

Water management emerges as a major business for the midstream.

Editor's Note

Dirty Little Secrets

The midstream has a good story to tell and it’s time for investors to pay attention again.


Building On Trust

Superior Energy Systems’ high standards for midstream infrastructure have kept it going through shale play booms and heightened competition.

Ethane: A Tale Of Two Seasons

Recovery vs. rejection—and many more questions—go into designing a profitable gas processing plant.

Joint Venture Traps To Avoid

Midstream firms must be careful to watch for several traps that can cause problems for an MLP structure when drafting a joint venture agreement.

Marcellus-Utica Midstream: From Good To Great

Conference speakers see better times ahead for Appalachia’s midstream.

No Napping In The Niobrara

The big Rockies play has reawakened with a focus on the Denver-Julesburg Basin.

Regulatory Review: Trump's EPA One Year Later

President Trump picked former Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt to lead the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) as its administrator in February of last year.

The Interview With David Schulte of CorEnergy Infrastructure Trust: Getting A REIT Right

David Schulte is CEO and president of CorEnergy Infrastructure Trust Inc.

Alerian Index

World Energy And Midstream MLPs

The U.S. has moved from energy importer, to exporter, to swing producer.

Finance Matters

The Three Of MLPs: Still Room To Improve

MLPs should have three goals: simplification, consolidation and self-reliance.

NGL Frac Spread

The Word Was Optimism

Supply will rise but the key is export demand.

Transaction Update

A Compressed Sector

Sale of Energy Transfer Partners’ compression unit further consolidates the sector.