For crude prices to average $50 to $52 in 2017, OPEC must extend quotas and maintain compliance, and demand must increase, according to a report.
In this episode of Political Sidetrack, a roundtable of three experts discusses the impact of these bans and concerns about future efforts to restrict fracking.
Proposal for coast-to-coast gas pipeline mocked; shipping LNG from west to east called cheaper.
NGL prices continue to rally, with optimism about ethane’s outlook.
Brad Iles, CEO of Fort Worth, Texas-based Brazos Midstream, discusses the challenges brought about by the transition in the Permian Basin from small private producers to large public companies. For a midstream operator to keep up during these changing times, communication skills are required to fully gauge what customers need.
Delays make regional pipeline capacity insufficient in the near term, IHS Markit says.
At DUG Permian Basin, Tom Petrie advised that the U.S. is poised to become a key driver of the oil supply equation.
The Sabine case and other recent bankruptcy decisions create a ‘white hot issue’ that complicates the relationship between a midstream operator and a producer’s creditor recovery.
The Trump administration is likely to spur wide-ranging expansions, including pipeline additions, as oil production escalates.
Within one week, $3.5 billion in midstream A&D activity has lit up the Midland and Delaware basins.
The energy industry requires new thinking to lead tomorrow’s workers.
Called a ‘job killer’ by some, the tax increase promises $52.4 billion in revenue over 10 years.