Hart Energy's Midstream Business Sept 2020

Midstream Business Magazine - September 2020

In this issue of Midstream Business, the cover story's theme is "Construction, Courts and the Future." Dominion Energy and Duke Energy canceled their $8 billion Atlantic Coast Pipeline project on July 5. One day later, a judge ordered the Dakota Access Pipeline to shut down. Even in a profoundly difficult year like 2020, these were tough days. But is the outlook for the midstream sector as bleak as it seemed at midyear? Perhaps not.

In this issue of Midstream Business, the cover story's theme is "Construction, Courts and the Future." Dominion Energy and Duke Energy canceled their $8 billion Atlantic Coast Pipeline project on July 5. One day later, a judge ordered the Dakota Access Pipeline to shut down. Even in a profoundly difficult year like 2020, these were tough days. But is the outlook for the midstream sector as bleak as it seemed at midyear? Perhaps not.

Other features:

Is 2020 Over Yet?
On the Gulf Coast, storage facilities and pipelines are moving forward. Elsewhere, COVID-19 and the courts are causing headaches.

Why the Water Midstream Business Won’t Dry Up 
Blackbuck Resources CEO Justin Love says being debt-free has helped his company through this tumultuous time and shares why opportunities for investors in the sector remain high.

Midstream’s Möbius Strip
For years, the midstream sector has managed to stay strong in weak oil and gas markets, but the unforeseen impacts of COVID-19 and the OPEC+ oil price shock have had a deep impact.

Gas Market Could See Post-COVID-19 Supply Crunch
Tellurian’s Meg Gentle anticipates rising demand coinciding with slower production growth.

Pipelines Have a Place in Clean Energy 
Restricting natural gas supply is likely to lead some fuel users to switch back to coal, a clear loss for the environment.

Cover Story

Midstream Business: Construction, Courts and the Future

Dominion Energy and Duke Energy canceled their $8 billion Atlantic Coast Pipeline project on July 5. One day later, a judge ordered the Dakota Access Pipeline to shut down. Even in a profoundly difficult year like 2020, these were tough days. But is the outlook for the midstream sector as bleak as it seemed at midyear? Perhaps not.

Construction Update

Midstream Projects Update: Is 2020 Over Yet?

On the Gulf Coast, storage facilities and pipelines are moving forward. Elsewhere, COVID-19 and the courts are causing headaches.

Feature

Midstream Sector’s Möbius Strip

For years, the midstream sector has managed to stay strong in weak oil and gas markets, but the unforeseen impacts of COVID-19 and the OPEC+ oil price shock have had a deep impact. 

Regulatory Review

Pipelines Have a Place in Clean Energy

In early July, two U.S. energy groups gave up their six-year battle to build a natural gas pipeline, despite fighting all the way to the U.S. Supreme Court to obtain a permit.