Meanwhile, natural gas prices made a spectacular climb plus OPEC considers production cuts, TransCanada reviews Keystone XL decision and Weatherford stock drops below $1.
Remember this when going public: It’s a clean slate and what transpired as a private company no longer matters.
NGL prices continue their slide from 2018 peaks.
Marcellus and Utica production has resulted in more than $25 billion worth of new gas-fired power plants in Pennsylvania, Ohio and West Virginia.
In a recent interview with Privcap, cybersecurity expert Tauseef Ghazi, a principal at RSM US LLP, discussed why pipelines and oil field systems are in under threat.
Canada’s abundant oil reserves make it a promising place for investment, but political hurdles and expansion issues must be addressed to fully tap into its potential.
Woodside is also accelerating plans to build a pipeline to move gas from its Scarborough development.
Integrating all three sectors of the industry, as well as marketing, will position the company to be a global LNG leader, says John Howie.
It wasn’t always easy for Williams Partners, but with Atlantic Sunrise, Marcellus bottlenecks give way and new markets get a connection to a treasure trove of natural gas.
Plus, Australia finally tops world LNG stage, a new offshore exploration lawsuit emerges in the U.S. and 25 Influential Women in Energy announced.
The sector is heeding producer pleas with a flurry of projects but bottlenecks will persist until late 2019.
The FERC said in a filing approving the startup of Williams' nearly $3 billion project that Transco has "adequately stabilized the areas disturbed by construction and that restoration is proceeding satisfactorily."
Sunrise Pipeline set rates for its new crude pipeline extension from Loving County, Texas in the Permian basin to the storage hub of Cushing, Oklahoma, effective Nov. 1, according to a regulatory filing on Oct. 1.
Stratas Advisors forecasts Permian production will outstrip pipeline and refining capacity in this quarter.
Kinder Morgan Canada Ltd. documents filed on Aug. 7 suggest expanding the Trans Mountain pipeline will cost more than current estimates and could take longer than expected to complete.