Crude OilFrac SpreadNatural GasNatural Gas LiquidsPetroChemicalPricesStorageNorth America Frac Spread: NGL ‘Barrel’ Rallies To 43-Month High Isobutane led the charge with an 18% hike, but ethane continued to struggle. Joseph Markman Senior Editor, Digital News Group Hart Energy Thursday, May 24, 2018 - 2:05pm Log in to post comments 6 2 It was a good week to be an NGL molecule. Your output was high enough, your demand was strong enough and, doggone it, energy traders liked you. Except for you, ethane. You endured more of a compare-and-despair week. Click here to continue reading Joseph Markman Joseph Markman is senior editor for Hart Energy’s Digital News Group. He covers midstream operations and finance for Hart Energy's websites. He also edits the weekly MIDSTREAM MONITOR digital newsletter and authors the NGL Frac Spread. See full bio Most Popular Utilities Investing Locally In Appalachian Basin Insights: LNG Buildout In North America To Extend Through 2024 Antero To Simplify Midstream In ‘Win-Win-Win’ Transaction Grow Long! Utica Vies With Marcellus To Be Appalachia's Best Frac Spread: Too High, Too Fast?