As Canada, Northeast struggle to handle increased supply, analyst sees good chance of success for much of region’s monumental petrochemical infrastructure plan.
North America’s extensive natural gas pipeline network has made rapid development of the unconventional shale plays possible, a panel of pipeline industry leaders told the North American Gas Forum in Washington, D.C., Tuesday.
Adam Sieminski, the administrator of the US Energy Information Administration, said the agency predicts that as many as 13 million barrels per day of crude oil could be produced in the next decade.
Major expansion programs will help meet producers' capacity demands.
Forecasts of an ever-increasing role for condensate are pouring out of the Eagle Ford.
Pembina Pipeline Corp. announced several project updates on Sept. 25.
Despite limited demand and large supply levels, NGL prices have been holding firm.
Cynthia Quarterman will resign her post as administrator of the U.S. Department of Transportation’s Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (PHMSA) effective Oct. 3, officials told The Wall Street Journal (WSJ).
A new government report points to increased safety risks brought on by the shale gale.
Ethane frac spread margins will continue to struggle in the short-term, but the increased likelihood of static gas prices should help them turn a corner.
The Eagle Ford Shale has a lot going for it, but challenges lie ahead as the big unconventional play continues to evolve.
A Wells Fargo Securities report stated that potential delays in construction of new petrochemical infrastructure could keep NGL prices at low levels.