Midstream Business _ April 2021

Midstream Business magazine - April 2021

Piping Permian Egress: Did Midstreamers Overbuild?

In this issue...

Permian Basin Takeaway 

The loss of demand for Permian Basin crude oil collided with the completion of an aggressive campaign to build pipelines, but the story of natural gas balance in the region is unfolding nicely.

Starting In The Midland Basin 

Pinnacle Midstream founder Greg Sargent is confident in the Permian Basin and the industry’s ability to “conform and prosper as we always have” to new conditions and regulations.

Midstream Contends With A Producer Bankruptcy Wave

The midstream sector escaped 2020 with no bankruptcies but is struggling with sweeping counterparty risks if existing contracts are thrown out or renegotiated in E&P bankruptcy settlements.

What Midstream Wants 

Tailwater Capital’s premise is that people are addicted to cheap, reliable energy. The private equity firm’s deals are designed to keep it that way.

The Last Greenfield Pipeline?

High costs, regulatory hurdles and environmentalist opponents have made it difficult to construct major natural gas pipelines out of Appalachia.

Permian Pipeliners Push Forward

Midstream construction projects for November 2020 to March 2021.

Cover Story

Midstream Business Cover Story: Permian Basin Takeaway

The loss of demand for Permian Basin crude oil collided with the completion of an aggressive campaign to build pipelines, but the story of natural gas balance in the region is unfolding nicely.

Construction Update

Midstream Business Construction Projects: Permian Pipeliners Push Forward

From the effects of Keystone XL and President Joe Biden’s executive orders to updates on Permian Basin infrastructure, here’s a roundup of midstream construction projects across North America for November 2020 to March 2021.

Feature

Midstream Business Anatomy of a Deal: Tailwater Capital

Tailwater Capital’s premise is that demand for affordable, reliable energy isn’t going anywhere. The private equity firm’s deals are designed to help supply it.

Midstream Business Regulatory Repercussions: The Last Greenfield Pipeline?

High costs, regulatory hurdles and environmentalist opponents have made it difficult to construct major natural gas pipelines out of Appalachia.

Midstream Business: Sector Contends With a Producer Bankruptcy Wave

The midstream sector escaped 2020 with no bankruptcies but is struggling with sweeping counterparty risks if existing contracts are thrown out or renegotiated in E&P bankruptcy settlements.

Interview

Midstream Business Pinnacle II Executive Q&A: Starting in the Midland Basin

Pinnacle Midstream founder Greg Sargent is confident in the Permian Basin and the industry’s ability to “conform and prosper as we always have” to new conditions and regulations.