Prices - Natural Gas Liquids

EIA Forecast US Shale Output To Continue Rising

U.S. shale oil production for September, which includes a new regional data input, is forecast to rise by 117,000 bbl/d to 6.15 MMbbl/d, its ninth consecutive monthly rise, the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) said on Aug. 14.


Canadian Industry Body Boosts Oil, Gas Drilling Forecast

In an update to its annual drilling forecast PSAC said 7,200 wells will be drilled this year, 8% higher than its prior estimate of 6,680 wells.


Bigger Panama Canal Is Boon To Surging LPG Exports

Increased access that Panama Canal enables to markets in Asia, Latin America and Africa, is boosting U.S. LPG exports.

Gregory DL Morris

Frac Spread: Storms, Increased Demand Could Be On Horizon

Forecasts of increased hurricane activity could portend increased demand for the summer.


Joseph Markman

Frac Spread: Stop Russian To Judgement On Falling Prices

If you can bear the crude oil slump, note that NGL prices are up and the frac spread has widened.

Joseph Markman

Decision On New Houston Ethylene Export Terminal Anticipated By Year-end

Two ethylene export terminals in Houston await investment decision.

Gregory DL Morris

Frac Spread: In Strange Twist, Markets Are Balancing

NGL prices are sagging, but oil and natural gas markets are balancing.

Joseph Markman

Frac Spread: NGL Prices Fall As Summer Begins

NGL prices enveloped in gloom as commodity markets struggle.

Joseph Markman

EnLink Midstream Announces Deal To Move NGL From Central Oklahoma To Gulf Coast

Agreement with ONEOK allows EnLink to optimize its value chain from supply-rich STACK and Merge plays to growing Gulf Coast demand markets.

Frac Spread: No Bull—Propane Demand Growth Will Slow

Sluggish growth in global propane demand is reflected in sinking NGL prices.

Joseph Markman

Report: North Dakota's Oil Output Rises 2% In April

North Dakota's daily oil production rose 2% in April as rising crude prices encouraged companies to pump more, complicating OPEC's attempts to stabilize global markets.


Frac Spread: Bottoms Up For NGL Prices?

Have NGL prices hit rock bottom and are primed to head up, or not so much?

Joseph Markman


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