After overbuilding during the last boom, debt and uncertainty weigh heavily on the sector.
Baker Botts tells clients that, while the tax advantage compared to C-corporations has narrowed, it remains favorable to partnerships.
Part I of our outlook for oil and gas in 2018 features five experts discussing industry surprises in 2017 and investing opportunities for the new year.
Trade secrets are becoming a mainstream issue in the midstream.
From the digital oilfield to pipeline buildout, we take a look at the oil and gas trends that emerged in 2017.
It’s important to carefully check the key provisions of gas gathering and processing agreements when acquiring midstream assets.
Downturn has allowed for ‘smarter risk takers.’
Intangible drilling costs remain intact for oil and gas producers but the corporate tax cut may mean little while companies continue to struggle with low oil and gas prices.
But looking beyond the maze of trading patterns, the Raymond James analysts see better times ahead—and opportunities to be seized in the wake of the market’s recent mispricing of midstream stocks.
Midstream entity will become the third-largest gas gathering hub in U.S. after spin-off.
The BTC pipeline company operates the pipeline, which ships oil from Azerbaijan's major Azeri-Chirag-Guneshli oil fields to Turkey via Georgia.
Canadian pipeline operator aims to sell assets valued at C$8 billion.
Deal positions Granite as a national leader across both transportation and water infrastructure markets
The deal includes cash and stock from Silver Run II and funding from private-equity firms that will likely eclipse $1.6 billion.
Lotus Midstream is a crude oil logistics provider focused on the organic development of midstream infrastructure and services in the Permian Basin and Midcontinent regions.
With the energy sector in a more favorable light, investors are looking to capitalize on stocks that remain cheap despite a gain of more than 4% for the year.
San Antonio-based EnCap Flatrock Midstream said its fourth fund received strong support from the limited partner community, reaching its $3.25 billion hard cap within six months.
Deutsche Bank Securities and Wells Fargo Securities are acting as joint book-running managers.
Preferred shares are convertible into SemGroup common stock after 18 months.
Survey shows that the renewables sector M&A activity will likely favor China and Germany, with U.S. policies curbing investors’ interest.