With a period of change at its back, CorEnergy Infrastructure Trust moves real estate into energy infrastructure.
Local content requirements for E&P companies doing business in Mexico could gradually rise from 25% next year to 35% by 2025 if changes approved in a bill by the Senate receive blessings from the country’s lower house and president.
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As July draws to a close, ethane prices remain in free fall with major headwinds working against them, primarily in the form of plant outages that have severely reduced domestic cracking capacity.
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.
Carbon tax repeal seen as response to global competition.
Ethane prices had been expected to begin their long-awaited improvement this summer, but that progress appears to be getting stunted once again.
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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.