A supply gap of up to 200 million tonnes per year in 2030 is the prize for U.S. liquefaction projects as gas exports take center stage.
Seismic shifts lie ahead as the U.S. continues to grow as a global energy export power.
The U.S. is primed for what many have called “energy independence,” but at what cost?
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.
From severance taxes to future natural gas uses, speakers at the Appalachian Basin GPA Midstream Association conference tackled the tough issues of the region.
Today’s Forty Under 40 honoree is Zach Kayem, vice president at EnCap Flatrock Midstream who supports the sourcing and management of the venture capital firm’s portfolio.
Oil prices stabilized but the industry anticipates OPEC’s next move. Meanwhile, BP and Equinor aren’t changing their growth plans in the face of price declines. And, is Whitewater Midstream about to make a pipeline sale in the Permian?
Soaring natural gas prices outpace increases in NGL; crude’s decline is linked to trader worries about an economic slowdown.
Getting molecules to market is key, Johnson tells Hart Energy’s Steve Toon.
With the workforce becoming younger and less experienced there is a concern that worker safety can become a problem due to lack of proper training and guidance.
In this environment it’s not easy, but Alerian’s Stacey Morris believes it’s still possible with a willing parent.
Stratas Advisors' analysis leads it to expect the EIA to report later this week that there was a 70 Bcf withdrawal for the Thanksgiving week ended Nov.23.