Carlin Conner is president and CEO of SemGroup Corp.
NGL prices slump as doubt about OPEC’s production cut and a warm winter cast gloom.
Australia is on the cusp of becoming the world’s largest LNG exporter. At AOG 2017, the question being asked is whether that will be good for the country?
Frank Tsuru, president and CEO of Momentum Midstream, believes that ethane prices will firm up in the short term and double between now and 2020. He also sees a trend toward dry gas in the Marcellus and Utica because of the rig migration in the Northeast from rich gas to dry gas. That lack of rigs will lead to a lack of supply for LPG.
Western Canada’s big unconventional play has its merits and its challenges. Improving midstream infrastructure will help producers tap its riches.
At NAPE, industry communicators agree that the oil and gas sector’s message is lost on the public and with it, the campaign for public support against environmentalist foes.
North America is driving growth for worldwide NGL.
What’s going to happen? Midstream executives try to set realistic spending plans for an uncertain year.
Matador’s JV with a private company far exceeds analyst estimates, who considered the midstream infrastructure worth $250 million or so.
Speculative traders trying to gauge OPEC’s commitment to production cuts could leave the markets bruised.
The long-term outlook for NGL is bright, even with last week’s declines.
ETP, MPLX and Enbridge complete transactions on the Bakken Pipeline System.