NGL margins benefit from exports and weakened gas prices, but global economic concerns are mounting.
Hart Energy's editors compiled a look back at what defined the year in energy and take a look ahead to 2019.
Expect plenty of capital, plenty of volatility, plenty of shifts in investor strategies—and plenty of unfolding stories to track as the new year progresses.
These five big energy stories happened in 2018.
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.
Overall, 2018 was the Year of Consolidation as several E&Ps agreed to merge throughout the U.S., including inside and outside the prolific Permian Basin.
Stratas Advisors shares thoughts on this year’s exploration and development activity.
From oil prices to bottlenecks and ballot battles to trade uncertainty, these news stories most defined the direction of oil and gas this year.
The MLPA’s executive director says that the structure remains advantageous to investors.
BP to sell U.S. onshore assets to help fund BHP asset purchase. Plus, the Canadian government is giving its struggling oil sector a boost.