Frac Spread: Can President Make NGL Prices Great Again?

During the Obama years, NGL prices recovered from the Great Recession.


LNG in Europe: How Long Will it Have Momentum?

As prices drop in Asia, LNG exporters are once again attracted to European markets.


PODCAST: Political Change Is In the Air

With the political landscape set to alter U.S. energy policy, perhaps drastically, Hart Energy presents the premiere episode of Political Sidetrack, which discusses politics from an energy perspective.


Activists Succeed In Consigning Projects To ‘Purgatory’

A BTU Analytics expert describes how environmental opposition in the Northeast creates pipelines to nowhere.


What's Affecting Oil Prices This Week? (Jan. 17, 2017)

For the upcoming week, Stratas Advisors expects crude inventories to decrease between 500,000 and 1.5 million barrels. 


How Tillerson Would Influence U.S. Policy And Energy Markets

Former ExxonMobil CEO provided hints to the direction U.S. foreign policy will take during his Senate confirmation hearing.


A Big Unknown: Will Laid-Off Workers Return To Energy?

Since 2014, more than 200,000 jobs have been lost in the industry. Many of those experienced employees have called it quits for good.


IndustryVoice™: Rethinking Flares and Combustors

Eagle Ford operator is using 'power generating combustors' to utilize previously flared waste-gases. (Sponsored Content)


Frac Spread: NGL Prices Stumble, But Outlook For Year Appears Rosy

Mizuho expects rising demand from petrochemical plants to bolster ethane.


Sidley Austin: Exports, LNG Will Crank Up Natural Gas Prices

Law firm partners see Trump’s protectionist sound bites as potential threat.


North American Oil Infrastructure Developments 4Q 2016

Stratas Advisors tracks updates on North American projects.


Texas Lt. Gov.: With Trump, Help Is On The Way

Both Texas and the oil and gas industry stand to benefit from a Trump administration approach, Dan Patrick tells TPA.