Leading LNG Importers Ease Up On The Gas

Japan, South Korea cut back on LNG imports, but emerging Asian markets increase demand, EIA says.


EIA: Oil Price Recovery Will Propel Bakken Past Eagle Ford

EIA’s long-term projection has Bakken taking over as largest U.S. tight oil play.


Mexico’s Open For Business

U.S. firms across the value chain can take advantage of opportunities that will emerge from Mexico’s energy reform, say experts at EnerCom.


Ex-Williams Director Launches Proxy Fight

Activist investor Meister seeks to install his own board of directors for Williams.


What's Affecting Oil Prices This Week? (Aug. 22, 2016)

Geopolitical developments will continue to offer both upside and downside potential for oil and gas producers this upcoming week, according to Stratas Advisors' forecasts.

Emily Moser

Shell Pipeline Deal With Locap Adds Rate Certainty; Sunoco Adds Access

Joint tariff between Zedeco, Locap to allow Poseidon crude to move from Houma to St. James, La.


The Case For $4.50 Gas This Winter

Low crude prices and lack of gas-directed drilling bump up against growing demand. The result could be a price jump for U.S. natural gas.

Emily Moser

Frac Spread: Yes Sir, Uncertainty Is Certainly Certain

Pentane-plus enjoys a bounce and ethane price gap narrows, but in general, NGL in summer funk.

Joseph Markman

Market Has Gone ‘Too Far, Too Fast’

But it might be time for investors ‘to think about getting back into energy, industrials and healthcare,’ an analyst says.


‘Missing Pieces’ Could Restore Industry, Economy

Former Texas Railroad Commission chairman tells EnerCom conference that the nation can do more to help its struggling energy industry.

Paul Hart

Analysts: Worst Of Energy Bankruptcies In Rearview Mirror

Oilfield services still face bankruptcy threat, but rest of industry relatively in the clear for this year.


Commentary: The Pipeline To A PR Comeback

The time is now to rally and acknowledge industry’s economic and environmental prowess.