For the first time in more than a year ethane can claim a positive margin at both Mont Belvieu and Conway.
The largest natural gas-producing region in the U.S. just keeps getting bigger. By 2018, Marcellus production may reach 20 Bcf/d. With recent “monster-well” announcements by Magnum Hunter Resources and Shell, analysts predict the Utica could be even larger than the Marcellus. Operators are spending $18 billion in 2014 CAPEX to accommodate Northeast shale production growth.
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OPEC is not Pickens’ favorite cartel, but also not to blame for oil slump.
Flanagan South, Seaway Loop double deliveries to refinery-rich market.
Tudor analysts look back before looking ahead.
Oil traders look seaward for crude oil storage options.