At OGIS, independent producers stressed midstream concerns and talked subsidiaries and MLPs to handle them.
Midstream firms must be careful to watch for several traps that can cause problems for an MLP structure when drafting a joint venture agreement.
The recovery in commodity prices has boosted E&Ps in the stock market, but midstream companies have found investors’ favor as well.
The recent tax policy announcement rattled MLP unit prices and FERC’s reasoning displeased pipeline groups, among others.
Pace of production will be the key determining factor in price for next two years, but what will that price be?
David Schulte is CEO and president of CorEnergy Infrastructure Trust Inc.
MLPs should have three goals: simplification, consolidation and self-reliance.
Trade secrets are becoming a mainstream issue in the midstream.
Alerian’s director of research reinforces the notion that MLPs are hanging on—and that it’s still pretty good to be one—despite a slow energy market recovery.
All three bids surpass the $5.2 billion sale of other pipeline unit.
Private-equity firm Castle Harlan will create new company Titan focused 100% on production equipment through its acquisition from Exterran.
John Howie, senior vice president of upstream for Tellurian, recently sat down with Hart Energy's Jessica Morales to discuss the company's business model and plans for future acquisitions.
Salt Creek will primarily be comprised of multiple cryogenic processing facilities, as well as gas and crude gathering pipelines, compression and treating facilities in the Delaware.
The fact higher oil prices have not yet trickled down into shares leaves a lot of room for gains, analysts say.
Cheniere said it expects to close the debt financings and proceed with a FID for train 3 of the Corpus Christi liquefaction project in first-half 2018.
Offer to purchase debt securities ends on March 6.
Issuers’ 4.875% senior notes will be due in 2024.