September 2018

Cover Story

‘Fullstream’

Not all bottlenecks involve pipelines. Stratas Advisors charts a long-term course for the Eagle Ford’s midstream as an example of a complete, or ‘fullstream,’ global energy industry.

Editor's Note

Midstream Matters

Where does the midstream fit in the energy sector? It’s a valid question.

Feature

Changing SOX

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.

Go Long!

The Marcellus and Utica are growing up as needed takeaway capacity comes online.

Key Players In the Midstream

The Top 10 publicly traded companies from this year’s Midstream 50 rankings plan to play key roles in overcoming the sector’s current bottlenecks.

Midterm Madness And The Midstream

All the players have a lot on the line in November—including the midstream.

Minimum Volume Commitments

The new ASC 606 standard creates challenges for midstream operators—but solutions are available.

Oklahoma!

Everything’s up to date in the Sooner State’s midstream—but bottlenecks loom if Midcontinent producers continue to drill terrific wells.

Permian Possibilities

The big basin keeps getting bigger, creating big challenges—and big opportunities—for a capacity-constrained midstream.

The Dawn Of Atlantic Sunrise

It wasn’t always easy for Williams Partners, but with Atlantic Sunrise, Marcellus bottlenecks give way and new markets get a connection to a treasure trove of natural gas.

The Permian Production Problem

Stratas Advisors forecasts Permian production will outstrip pipeline and refining capacity in this quarter.

Transfer Is At The Top

Energy Transfer secures the top NGL producer ranking in Hart Energy’s annual survey while MarkWest Energy retains the top gas processor ranking.

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