Midstream Business Magazine - June 2020
It is hard to predict where things will go in 2020, given that the entire energy industry finds itself lost in a Terra Incognita as companies wait for the compass needle to stop its jiggle and point north again. This issue of Midstream Business tries to provide some cognizant predictions of what lies ahead and features the annual Midstream 50 ranking and analysis of the sector's major players.
Also in this issue:
- The North American midstream may prove to be the energy industry’s best story as the global oil and gas business scrambles to respond to 2020’s unexpected shocks.
- An industry veteran says current commodity price shocks and the new coronavirus pandemic may change the fundamentals of the sector.
- Growing investor interest offers midstream companies the opportunity to highlight positive practices that have become corporate priorities.
An emphasis on relationships backed by operational expertise and experience has helped these two private-equity-backed midstream operators continue to perform.
The long-running contraction in the number of midstream players accelerated in 2019.
The Midstream 50 rankings of the sector's major players are in. Can they help the industry understand the uncertainty of 2020?
Growing investor interest offers midstream companies the opportunity to highlight positive practices that have become corporate priorities.
The March market meltdown may have unnerved some oil and gas investors, but plenty of midstream projects either opened or moved forward.
The midstream sector may prove to be the energy industry’s best story in this black swan event as the global oil and gas business scrambles to respond to 2020’s unexpected shocks.
Onsite generation by midstream operators cuts costs and boosts revenues in the sprawling, electricity-hungry Permian Basin play.
Quickly visualizing a system’s operating status depends on remote monitoring.
COVID-19 has brought new legislative and regulatory challenges for the midstream. Here's an overview of some of them.