U.S. and Canadian midstream and downstream operators have significant growth potential right now in Mexico, thanks to that nation’s ongoing energy reforms.
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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Economic, environmental reasons drive interest into imports to replace costly oil and coal.
In spite of Louisiana Sen. Mary Landrieu’s efforts, the bill to approve the Keystone XL Pipeline fails to gain necessary votes. The GOP promises to try again.
In an earnings call, Enterprise COO James Teague opens up about the company’s strategy going forward.
Crude oil prices continue to fall as geopolitical issues impact both the West Texas Intermediate (WTI) and Brent markets. The WTI price fell below $75 per barrel (/bbl), nearing a level that could halt some U.S. unconventional production.