Shale boom has knocked around a key measure of NGL price predictability.
Like the guest who stays too long, crude oil inventories are frustrating investors.
All NGL prices rise for week; analysts point to promise for future of ethane.
NGL prices continue to grind through summer, with storage, upcoming winter blends providing hope.
Shale-induced market changes makeup of NGL ties to crude oil, natural gas price movements.
In September, Sunoco received another corrective measure for its newly constructed Permian Express II line in Texas, which leaked 800 bbl of oil earlier in September, Reuters reported.
Asian refiners are seeking new sources as Middle East condensate supply tightens and as they start to prefer more heavy sour crude, or thicker oil with a high amount of sulfur, Reuters reported.
The oil-rich province of Alberta is reeling from a crash in commodity prices, partly due to insufficient means of moving oil to lucrative international markets, Reuters reported.
A goal of upcoming discussions will likely be to clarify what is meant by "consultation." Interior Department and Bureau of Indian Affairs tend to hold face-to-face bilateral meetings with tribal leaders, Reuters reported.
Key North American Hub Prices: Sept. 23, 2016
Southern California gas prices this summer have careened wildly as a result of restrictions on Aliso Canyon storage facility, EIA said.
Nova Transportadora do Sudeste SA supplies Rio de Janeiro, Sao Paulo and Minas Gerais with natural gas coming from Bolivia and Brazil's offshore oil and gas fields, Reuters reported.
Key North American Hub Prices: Sept. 22, 2016
Stratas Advisors projects annual growth rate in Africa's liquids production to average 0.8% from 2014 until 2025.
Speakers at 2nd Midstream Texas Conference stress importance of oil and gas to economy.
Ineos has access to more than 1 million acres of land across England and Scotland containing shale gas deposits, but has yet to apply for a planning permit, Reuters reported.
The largest gasoline conduit in the U.S. was partially shut down after a leak was discovered on Sept. 9 in Alabama, and motorists have since suffered long waits to fill up at forecourts across the southeast.
BP's partner in the joint venture, state-owned China Petroleum & Chemical Corp. (Sinopec), has a right of first refusal, Reuters reported.