Growth was the topic du jour for Enterprise Products Partners and Williams during their recent earnings calls.
Midstream’s outlook in the energy-friendly state is positive but not without challenges.
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Public midstream firms need to prepare for the impact of new accounting rules.
They say the midstream industry is a small, tight-knit link in the energy chain.
Panel agrees the time to investment is now as production soars in the basins and there is a growing need for infrastructure to help with moving assets to market.
Also this week, Phillips 66 to expand Texas NGL project. Meanwhile, Exxon Mobil and Plains pursue Permian pipeline JV and Pioneer sells Colorado assets.
EnLink’s Cindy Jaggi discusses working with Global Infrastructure Partners, as well as driving process efficiency and effectiveness.
Corpus Christi aims to be the ‘energy port of the Americas,’ its CEO tells the conference.
CVR Refining, LP (NYSE: CVRR), a refiner and marketer of petroleum fuels, on Sept. 17 announced that it intends to sell its Cushing, Okla., crude oil tank farm and currently is entertaining bids from potential purchasers.
Should the move succeed, it would mark the exit of Kinder Morgan from Canada, having closed its sale of the Trans Mountain pipeline at the end of last month.
Targa, based in Houston, said it intends to use the proceeds to fund a portion of its growth capital program, of which roughly 75% is focused on the Permian Basin.
As industry executives gather in Dallas this week for the A&D Strategies & Opportunities Conference we take a look at the biggest A&D trends so far this year.
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.
The fundraising by Tailwater Capital underscores how private equity firms are looking to invest in pipeline assets amid undercapacity that has stranded crude oil in areas like the Permian Basin.
The new $4 billion fund will be used by Carlyle to buy companies in the energy supply chain outside of North America, the Financial Times reported.