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Crude and NGL prices hit their highs for 2016, but can this trend continue? Undoubtedly it’s a positive for the oil and gas industry to see crude prices improve, but the key aspect to a possible resurgence is what happens when prices improve above $50/bbl. 

In the maritime conference circuit and in the maritime media, there’s been extensive conversation about the virtues of bigger companies. 

Corporate restructuring is a reality of today’s oil and gas landscape. As balance sheet and liquidity problems hit home, some companies have to consider drastic strategies.

Project partners claim politics at their worst as another pipeline designed to bring Appalachian gas to premium markets is put into question and raises the specter of a continued high Northeast gas prices. 

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