The Nord Stream 2 pipeline will transport Russian gas to Germany but critics warn of political tensions.
Also in the headlines this week, the EIA reported U.S. crude stocks fell nearly 13 million barrels last week. Oil prices rebounded on the news but then later retreated
While Wheeler has more instant credibility in Washington, D.C., he is expected to remain in line with his predecessor and President Trump’s chosen path.
Attorney sees more partnerships with Pemex and fewer outright upstream contracts with the incoming administration, as well as a tightening of the permit process for the midstream.
Also this week, U.S. and Russia energy leaders talked Nord Stream 2 at the World Gas Conference, while Chevron and Exxon Mobil CEOs expressed trade conflict concerns.
A group of panelists during a roundtable discussion at the Midstream Texas conference admitted that there are issues to overcome but the connection between energy and the Texas economy remains substantial.
By emphasizing convenience, midstream water management could differentiate itself from oilfield water services, according to panelists at Midstream Texas.
Analyst and author Tom Petrie discusses recovery in the Rockies, and why he believes the real interesting future for the U.S. is in natural gas.
At KPMG’s annual Global Energy Conference, confidence in the global economy abound, but political uncertainty and Asia’s growing energy demand shapes the role of the U.S. energy on the world stage.