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NGL ‘barrel’ slips in price but remains well above levels of a year ago.

At DUG East, Stratas Advisors analyst Greg Haas pointed to several factors that will bolster NGL prices by 2020.

Natural gas producers will see demand grow and prices tick up, but are likely to see history repeat itself as E&Ps unleash production and drive prices back down.

Recent study finds that lower oil and gas prices slowed, but did not halt, the development of midstream infrastructure.

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