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.
Alerian chief advises the sector to stop fearing the metrics and promote the value of its projects.
These outstanding professionals will be recognized at the second annual Women In Energy Luncheon February 12, 2019, at the Hilton Americas, Houston.
DUG Midcontinent panel sees the Encana-Newfield deal as a sign of things to come.
Energy Spectrum’s Ben Davis maps out the etiquette for both sponsor and management team in navigating the relationship.
The MLP market is undergoing changes as it matures and adjusts to outside forces, but the overall outlook is solid, according to Alerian’s Stacey Morris.
Remember this when going public: It’s a clean slate and what transpired as a private company no longer matters.
Chevron, which reported an increase in shale production in the third quarter, has said it wants a second Gulf Coast facility to handle that crude and better supply its retail gasoline network.
King & Spalding on Jan. 29 announced that Alan Noskow has joined as a partner in the firm’s Corporate, Finance and Investments practice group in the Washington, D.C. office.
Plus, QEP Resources recently engaged Evercore to explore a sales process following a surprise takeover bid by activist investor Elliott Management in early January.
The JV was formed by H2O Midstream and Layne Water Midstream to develop and operate water infrastructure on the University Lands acreage across the Southern Delaware Basin.
Saudi Aramco CEO Amin Nasser says his company is looking to acquire natural gas assets in the U.S. and is willing to spend "billions of dollars" there as it aims to become a global gas player.
Kinder Morgan, which holds about 70% majority voting interest in Kinder Morgan Canada, has hired investment bank TD Securities to facilitate a potential sale of its Canadian business.
Last year ended with the worst quarter for upstream equity issuances since 2010 as only two equity deals raised $67.5 million.
Rating agency Fitch downgraded the credit rating of Mexican state oil company Pemex on Jan. 29, sending the peso currency falling in early trading in Asian markets.
While energy bankruptcy filings slowed in 2018, the total amount of debt in oil and gas remains staggering, a recent Haynes and Boone report says.
New Fortress Energy is likely to file for an IPO again on Jan. 24, changing its language and picking a target price for shares, the Wall Street Journal reported citing people familiar with the matter.
Concurrent with its formation, the JV, SemCAMS Midstream, also agreed to acquire the Montney operating portfolio of Meritage Midstream ULC.
New Fortress Energy is looking to capitalize on a growing supply-demand gap by developing LNG assets particularly in areas with significant “stranded” natural gas reserves.