Transport - News

Matador’s Midstream JV Plugs Delaware Capex Hole

Matador’s JV with a private company far exceeds analyst estimates, who considered the midstream infrastructure worth $250 million or so.


Without Delays, DAPL Financial Deals Fall Into Place

ETP, MPLX and Enbridge complete transactions on the Bakken Pipeline System.


PODCAST: How US-Mexico Trade Policy Rhetoric May Affect Oil, Gas

On this episode of Political Sidetrack we discuss the importance of Mexico as an oil and gas trade partner and how foreign trade policy proposals may affect the cross-border relationship.


Growth Opportunities In A Down LNG Market

Low LNG prices have been a disappointment for producers, but the benefit to consumers opens up new market opportunities.


Major Players: Appalachia Could Host Six Ethane Crackers

MUM speakers say Marcellus-Utica is on the verge of an NGL boom.


Noble, Plains All American JV Acquires Delaware Basin Pipeline

The deal is the latest sign of midstream efforts to keep pace with Southern Delaware development.


Gulf Coast Crude Connections Get Contentious

Independent operators claim majors are unfairly denying them connections.


Contractors May Face Challenges With Upcoming Marcellus Projects

Willbros executive is skeptical that $28.4 billion in projects planned for the Marcellus region can all stay on schedule.


Army Corps Issues DAPL Permit

After months of protests, ETP gains final approval to complete the Dakota Access Pipeline.


US Condensate Demand Could Double With Canadian Pipeline Progress

Recent decisions from Ottawa and Washington could dramatically drive up North American demand for pentanes-plus as a diluent.


Australian Liquefaction Delays May Keep Spot Prices Afloat

Japan's LNG prices have bounce back by 50% since May 2016l


From Marcellus Footprint, Spectra Plans A Leap

Spectra’s Appalachian projects are on track to expand volumes moved from 5.5 Bcf/d to 9.5 Bcf/d.