The high returns energy MLPs offer now continue to draw investors tired of paltry opportunities elsewhere in the current, low-interest rate environment, but investors should be aware of increased corporate governance risks inherent in the partnerships.
Ethane prices had been expected to begin their long-awaited improvement this summer, but that progress appears to be getting stunted once again.
Retaining employees in a competitive market can be difficult, but integrated rewards and recognition programs such as Achievers are proving successful.
The U.S. shale-gas and tight-oil revolution provides an excellent opportunity for the Obama administration to support the sector's employment growth.
Private equity, while a popular choice for financing, might not always be the best, depending on the type and scope of the project being funded.
Power generators, gas producers and pipeline operators need to be involved in new policies according to ICF International.
Ethane prices had the largest decrease the first full week of July as it remains closely related to gas prices, which tumbled this week. Ethane was also hurt by the continued outage of several crackers undergoing expansions or maintenance.
The Utica Shale play, long concentrated in Ohio, could be most prolific in West Virginia, according to a new report from Topeka Capital Markets.
Capital continues to flow into the oil and gas industry.
Wells Fargo Securities reports that the MLP sector outpaced the S&P 500 for the fourth straight month.
Stable natural gas prices is resulting in greater A&D activity.
NGL prices were largely stagnant, with a slight trend down at the end of June as they followed losses for natural gas price and crude. Overall, NGL prices largely remained flat compared to the levels posted in the second quarter.