Pipeline projects are being approved by the federal agency, the new commissioner says, but challenges—especially with natural gas capacity to New England—remain.
There was plenty of talk about the Marcellus' natural gas output and the hindering regulations that keep it from its full potential at this year’s Marcellus-Utica Midstream conference.
When President Trump and Congress consider infrastructure, the midstream industry will gain an opportunity to push for much-needed infrastructure improvements.
Ed Wiegele, oil and gas sector president for TRC Cos., says US pipeline integrity systems are in good shape and that the regulatory outlook is promising.
New York City's climate change suit against five oil and gas supermajors may not get far, but it could become troublesome for the industry.
Will momentum behind electric vehicles threaten the sustainability of oil and gas markets?
Rob Dutton, the head of Canadian operations for Devon, is optimistic about the oil sands outlook, despite the long wait for several pipeline projects to move forward.
The Pacific Alliance will try to recover some of the key components among economies in the Pacific that the TPP intended to boost.