Meritage Midstream Services II LLC announced that operations on the first 108-mile leg of the Thunder Creek NGL Pipeline will begin in January 2015.
It’s beginning to sound like a song stuck on repeat, but natural gas and NGL prices continued to tumble the week of Dec. 10 as they followed the downward trajectory of crude oil prices.
The Northeast oil and gas industries have been transformed in a way usually reserved for the movies, but more hard work is necessary to achieve full stardom.
Enterprise Products Partners LP announced the start of a binding open season to seek shipper support for a proposed expansion of the portion of its Panola Pipeline Co. LLC NGL system.
Crude, NGL and gas prices are exected to experience headwinds for the foreseeable future.
ONEOK Partners LP completed the acquisition of NGL pipelines and related assets from affiliates of Chevron Corp. for approximately $800 million.
Williams Partners LP announced its expanded Geismar plant is in the final stages of commissioning and now expects ethylene production for sale to begin in December.
Lone Star NGL LLC, the joint venture between Energy Transfer Partners LP and Regency Energy Partners LP, will construct a 533-mile, 24- and 30-inch diameter NGL pipeline from the Permian Basin to Mont Belvieu, Texas.
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.
The midstream’s job today amounts to nothing less than “repiping North America,” according to a wide-ranging midstream panel discussion featured at the INGAA Foundation’s 2014 annual meeting.
A new “age of gas” may be dawning in the worldwide energy industry that will alter assumptions about supply, demand and cost, a GE Oil & Gas economist told the INGAA Foundation at its annual meeting.
Saudi Arabia’s mandate to continue crude production even as prices fall below $80 per barrel could have long-term impacts on U.S. markets.