Questions arise at Platts conference on whether gas demand in the Northeast will really increase as expected.
NGL ‘barrel’ price climbs to 5-week high as frac spread margins widen for all but ethane at two major hubs.
Demand is expected to pick up in the second quarter, according to OPEC’s president. But that doesn’t mean another extension is off the table.
Stratas Advisors’ Jeff Quigley is in Vienna and will offer in-depth analysis from the OPEC meeting.
Lower-for-longer oil prices may help grow the economies of nations, such as India, which are net importers and commodity-driven.
Ethane prices rise with the sector on the verge of higher demand.
Capacity questions linger as a sliver of the Keystone State looks to take on a big role in North America’s natural gas market.
The bearish crude oil outlook will shift as geopolitical uncertainty continues through a warm summer.
Liberals who backed Tran Mountain Pipeline lose their majority in legislature.
Domestic limits mean that the industry will have to pursue export markets.
Ethane prices remain buoyant as other NGL sink, but the summer is looking volatile.
Essar Group, won a contract to build the first LNG regasification terminal in West Bengal state at an investment of 4.5 billion Indian rupees (US$69.7 million).