Petrie Partners’ Jacob Nagy, an energy investment banker who has packed a lifetime’s worth of accomplishments into his 11-year career, is today’s Forty Under 40 honoree.
DUG Midcontinent panel sees the Encana-Newfield deal as a sign of things to come.
Stratas Advisors expects the EIA to report the first sub-normal natural gas storage withdrawal of the winter.
Important trends could buffet the growing U.S. export market.
Saad al-Kaabi, Qatar’s oil minister, the country was seeking to increase LNG production from 77 mtpa to 110 mtpa.
Brent fell $3.31/bbl last week to average $59.53/bbl. WTI fell $2.64/bbl to average $51.17/bbl.
Midstream firms dive in to provide a resource that is make or break for producers.
The U.S. is primed for what many have called “energy independence,” but at what cost?
Seismic shifts lie ahead as the U.S. continues to grow as a global energy export power.
I fell into the energy business midway between the two shortage-plagued oil shocks of the 1970s and I relish several high points during my career: visits to the North Sea and Prudhoe Bay; a tour of Henry Hub; time at Kenai, Alaska, within the nation’s first LNG liquefaction plant; and an itinerary around Singapore’s sprawling refinery/petrochemical industry.
Getting oil from shale to shore means multiple new terminals and loading facilities will be needed.