Raymond James & Associates Inc. anticipates a flood of liquids production growth—the good kind, not the Hurricane Harvey kind—in the 2017-to-2019 time frame.

U.S. liquids output should increase by more than 3 million barrels per day (MMbbl/d), the analysts said in a research note, with 25% of that total represented by NGL. And it wouldn’t be possible, the analysts said, without NGL supply growth of 900 Mbbl/d.

“NGL production growth fits right alongside our bullish production/volume outlook for crude oil and natural gas—and is a key component of our bullish stance on the embattled midstream space,” said Raymond James.