The partnership organizational structure is strong and continues to work well for both the energy industry and investors, the chief of the MLP trade association told attendees at Hart Energy’s Midstream Finance conference.
Also, why Mexico's president-elect criticized Pemex and a private company consortium expects to win the lease for a wind farm offshore California.
As U.S. midstream companies look to build infrastructure to deal with growing global demand, there will be a need to lure non-traditional investors to the table.
Vaquero Midstream’s Brian Best explained the risks midstream faces as producers increase output. Analysts call for sector stability to bring back capital.
Private equity funds gain favor for the customization they offer that MLPs don’t.
BP launched a broadside against those calling for investors to sell out of oil and gas companies and warned this approach threatened energy security and the global economy.
Despite the impressive rally of crude prices, there are reasons for investors to be cautious.
A pipeline company—Enron—triggered the Sarbanes-Oxley revolution. Sixteen years out, federal measurement requirements are changing even as the midstream contends with swelling volumes.
Current trends have created positive global growth for the oil and gas industry, Deloitte’s John England told DUG Eagle Ford attendees.
As a result of the sale to Tallgrass, NGL Energy Partners will exit the Bakken saltwater disposal business as the company shifts its focus elsewhere, primarily to the Permian Basin.
Oasis Petroleum agreed to sell midstream interests in a $250 million dropdown to Oasis Midstream Partners that the Houston-based company said will improve its leverage position.
The company is selling assets in the Permian basin in Texas and New Mexico and the Denver-Julesberg Basin in Colorado.
Buckeye Partners said the divestitures, comprised of its stake in VTTI for $975 million and a $450 million asset sale, was the result of a strategic review by the Houston-based company.
I Squared Capital partnered with Blackstone Energy Partners and EagleClaw Midstream on Nov. 2, making it the latest company to join the Permian Highway Pipeline project in the Delaware Basin.
Jimmy Crain, partner of EnCap Investments and a member of the leadership team at the private-equity firm’s Dallas office, is today’s Forty Under 40 honoree.
Today’s Forty Under 40 honoree is Jason Craig, managing director at Denham Capital who said his goal is to help bring the private-equity provider into what he calls the “post- resource-grab era.”
Cibolo said its inaugural fund will target upstream and midstream companies seeking credit alternatives to finance growth via acquisition or accelerated development capital.
The number of energy IPOs will likely not increase in the near-term as oil and gas companies wait for investor appetite to return, analysts say.
Khalid Al Falih, the Saudi energy minister, dismisses reports that Aramco’s IPO listing has been axed but says timing is flexible.
Diamondback’s decision to take its Rattler midstream subsidiary public is the latest move by an E&P to address takeaway capacity concerns in the Permian Basin.