Thirty Under 40: Stephen Lee, KLR Group

Stephen Lee, today's Thirty Under 40 honoree, helped to launch and build Houston-based KLR from scratch in 2012.


Frac Spread: NGL Climbs To Another High For The Year

Rising natural gas prices lift NGL, especially ethane, to levels not seen since late 2014.


Analysts: Hostility To Pipelines Not Limited To Dakota Access

Delays hinder DAPL and other pipeline projects nationwide as anti-fossil fuel movement adapts strategy to local terrains.


Thirty Under 40: Vanessa Gomez LaGatta, Quicksilver Resources

Today's Thirty Under 40 honoree was a key player at Quicksilver Resources in the creation of multiple joint ventures and the execution of several M&A transactions.


Midstream Connect: Selling LPG To Mexico ‘Like Cellphones In The Late ’90s’

Glenn Pinkerton, partner with Sidley Austin LLP, discusses the challenges as well as the huge opportunities emerging with sales of LPG to Mexico.


Northeast The Key To Natural Gas Production Bounceback

Stratas Advisors expects coming winter demand and exports to prop up natural gas and NGL price recoveries as well as production.


Thirty Under 40: Jeffrey Knupp, TPH

Jeffrey Knupp, today's Thirty Under 40 honoree, has worked on about 40 transactions  representing more than $30 billion since joining TPH.


Thirty Under 40: David Terry, Covey Park Energy

David Terry, today's Thirty Under 40 honoree, is a founding member of the Covey Park team and was instrumental in gaining equity from Denham Capital.


Suspected Arson Damages Dakota Access Pipeline Equipment

A $100,000 reward is being offered for information leading to the arrest and conviction of anyone responsible.


What's Affecting Oil Prices This Week? (Oct. 17, 2016)

For the upcoming week we are forecasting that the price of Brent crude will not have sufficient support to break out of a trading range between $51 and $53.


Thirty Under 40: Ash Shepherd, Talos Energy

The leadership of today's Thirty Under 40 honoree helped make Houston-based Talos the first foreign operator in Mexico since 1938.


Royal Caribbean To Usher In New ‘Icon’ Class Of LNG-Powered Cruise Ships

New LNG-powered cruise ships set for delivery starting in 2022, but Royal Caribbean will test fuel cell technology on Oasis- and Quantum-class vessels next year.