U.S. LNG association president says few newly created industries can rival the potential economic benefits of U.S. LNG.
CAPP’s latest economic study tells why Canada’s oil and gas industry is at risk for missing out on the opportunities from growing demand as the world’s population—particularly in Asia— increases.
Given the lack of a fundamental basis and the rapid speed of the price rise, Stratas Advisors says the risk of a sharp price correction is rising.
Maria Halmo, director of research at Alerian and a columnist for Midstream Business magazine, shared her insights during the Marcellus-Utica Midstream Conference earlier this year in Pittsburgh.
As Canada’s domestic producers export heavy crude to the U.S. refiners on the Gulf Coast, many of the country’s refineries are forced to import volumes of light oil.
Khalid al-Falih, the energy minister of Saudi Arabia and OPEC’s de facto leader, said prior to the U.S. president’s tweet that the world economy could handle higher oil prices.
Breitburn emerges from Chapter 11 reorganization and here's why Phillips 66 economist says energy executives will need to change the way they think as production swells.
Inventories for oil and gas are tightening as rising production struggles to match rising demand.
Both midstream and upstream must navigate through changes in the energy business, says IHS Markit expert.
Ramanan Krishnamoorti of the University of Houston emphasizes attention to safety and the importance of critical thinking in students who will make up the next generation of the oil and gas work force.
Despite political uncertainty, the opportunity still remains for big gains for the early investors.
At the GPA Midstream annual convention, Horace Hobbs, an economist for Phillips 66, said the industry has returned to a demand footing after 45 years of focusing on supply.