Colder temperatures and snowfall drove heating demand and improved gas prices, but NGL prices dropped through mid-November.
U.S. and Canadian midstream and downstream operators have significant growth potential right now in Mexico, thanks to that nation’s ongoing energy reforms.
Economic, environmental reasons drive interest into imports to replace costly oil and coal.
In spite of Louisiana Sen. Mary Landrieu’s efforts, the bill to approve the Keystone XL Pipeline fails to gain necessary votes. The GOP promises to try again.
In an earnings call, Enterprise COO James Teague opens up about the company’s strategy going forward.
Crude oil prices continue to fall as geopolitical issues impact both the West Texas Intermediate (WTI) and Brent markets. The WTI price fell below $75 per barrel (/bbl), nearing a level that could halt some U.S. unconventional production.
The midstream’s job today amounts to nothing less than “repiping North America,” according to a wide-ranging midstream panel discussion featured at the INGAA Foundation’s 2014 annual meeting.
Promise of ongoing projects positions company well as it delivers 3Q earnings report.
A new “age of gas” may be dawning in the worldwide energy industry that will alter assumptions about supply, demand and cost, a GE Oil & Gas economist told the INGAA Foundation at its annual meeting.
With a ruling by Delaware Chancery Court Judge Travis Laster, the $44 billion mega-merger of Kinder Morgan’s internal roll-up is on track for a Nov. 20 shareholder vote.
Saudi Arabia’s mandate to continue crude production even as prices fall below $80 per barrel could have long-term impacts on U.S. markets.
The billion dollar deal is part of company efforts to streamline the business.