Prices - Natural Gas Liquids

Frac Spread: Can President Make NGL Prices Great Again?

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


Report: North Dakota Oil Output To Drop Below 1 MMbbl/d

North Dakota's oil production will likely fall below 1 million barrels per day (MMbbl/d) by the end of January due to harsh winter weather and low oil prices, state regulators said on Jan. 13.


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.


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

Mizuho expects rising demand from petrochemical plants to bolster ethane.


EIA: US Natgas Outlook Cut; Crude Production Set To Rise

Dry gas output in 2016 averaged 72.36 Bcf/d as low energy prices reduced drilling activity. It was the first annual production decline since 2005.


Wisconsin Tribe Votes Against Renewing Enbridge Line 5 Agreements

Calgary-based Enbridge said it had been discussing the easement renewals since before the agreements expired in 2013, and that the pipeline had operated safely through the reservation since 1953, Reuters reported.


Pembina Begins NEBC Expansion Construction After Receiving Approvals

The NEBC expansion will carry NGL and condensate from the Montney to Pembina’s downstream pipeline systems feeding into the Edmonton and Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta, markets.


Frac Spread: NGL Prices Sizzle To Complete 2016

Strong crude prices and rising demand push NGL ‘barrel’ to 25-month highs.


DCP Midstream Partners Acquires Phillips-Spectra JV Assets

The combined company, which has an enterprise value of $11 billion, will be renamed DCP Midstream LP and will trade with the ticker symbol "DCP" on the New York Stock Exchange.


Frac Spread: Let Lower Prices Be Forgot...

2016 NGL prices, led by butane, soar in December to match the previous year’s averages.


Sale On: Exports And The Future Of Energy

An expanded Panama Canal opens up opportunities for U.S. exporters, especially in LNG and ethane markets.


CA$195 Million In New Veresen Midstream Projects Approved

Don Althoff, president and CEO, said Veresen now has more than CA$1.4 billion of projects under construction.