Ethane frac spread margins will continue to struggle in the short-term, but the increased likelihood of static gas prices should help them turn a corner.
GE Oil & Gas is involved in the U.S. LNG export industry, while 'the future of natural gas demand' still interests exploration and production companies.
The Eagle Ford Shale has a lot going for it, but challenges lie ahead as the big unconventional play continues to evolve.
A Wells Fargo Securities report stated that potential delays in construction of new petrochemical infrastructure could keep NGL prices at low levels.
Staggering production numbers build a case for U.S. exports, Tillman said.
Infrastructure upgrade is just the start of energy giant’s reform-driven move toward efficiency.
The dominant players remain atop our processor and NGL producer rankings with large merger and acquisition moves being the big story of the year.
NGL prices improved the week of Sept. 3 as several ethane crackers returned to service after undergoing unexpected turnarounds.
A 28-year crude oil production high in August led the U.S. Energy Information Administration to raise expectations for 2015 production.
Mike Howard, CEO of Howard Energy Partners, was gracious enough to allow us to photograph his company's Live Oak Stabilizer in Three Rivers, Texas, as it started up operations in July 2014.
“If you’re thinking about where it will happen next, just think about where there is high [production] growth,” Jefferies’ Marko says.
Export is the next destination and for some in the midstream, the Eagle Ford’s abundant condensate is the chariot of choice.