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Executive Interview: East Daley’s Justin Carlson Assesses Marcellus Gas Market

Carlson explains why he hopes the industry doesn’t see production growth and infrastructure development balance out anytime soon.

Jessica Morales Hart Energy

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Permian Takeaway Treadmill Seen Until Mid-2020s

There's plenty of opportunity ahead, but can Permian Basin midstream operators keep up with soaring production?

Leslie Haines, Hart Energy

Corpus Christi’s Heyday Looms

Corpus Christi’s Heyday Looms

Efforts to make the “Sparkling City by the Sea” the next big midstream spot for exports are underway.

Erin Pedigo, Hart Energy

Oil-Rich Permian Basin Has a Serious Gas Dilemma

Oil-Rich Permian Basin Has A Serious Gas Dilemma

The lack of pipelines to move gas out has dropped prices in the region and could inhibit oil production soon.

Terrance Harris, Hart Energy

Vessel Inefficiencies Becoming Glaring As Demand For US Crude Grows

Vessel Inefficiencies Becoming Glaring As Demand For US Crude Grows

The United States doesn’t have enough ports deep enough for larger ships to enter, forcing the use of smaller ships to help meet export demands.

Terrance Harris, Hart Energy

Permian Beginning To Pay Off For NuStar

Permian Beginning To Pay Off For NuStar

A year after its $1.5 billion purchase of Navigator, activity is ramping up.

Frank Nieto, Contributor

US Taking Top Exporter Rank: Are We There Yet?

US Taking Top Exporter Rank: Are We There Yet?

Stratas Advisors Analyst Greg Haas examines whether the U.S. can sustain export levels to meet or beat Russia or Saudi Arabia to take the top spot for global liquid petroleum exports.

Greg Haas, Stratas Advisors

What’s The Buzz?

Editor’s Note: What’s The Buzz?

So what do I like about conferences? They provide a great opportunity to get a feel for what’s going on out there in the oil patch.

Paul Hart, Hart Energy

Northern Exposure For Gulf Coast As Canadian Heavy Crude Flows South

Northern Exposure For Gulf Coast As Canadian Heavy Crude Flows South

As Canada’s domestic producers export heavy crude to the U.S. refiners on the Gulf Coast, many of the country’s refineries are forced to import volumes of light oil.

Frank Nieto, Contributor

US LNG Exports To China Decline As Trade War Escalates

Chinese official cites seasonal market as one reason for decline.

Reuters

Australian LNG Exports Hit All-Time High

China’s increased appetite for energy helped Australian LNG revenue grow 38% over the last year, according a recent report.

Dale Granger, Contributor

How Russian Gas Became Europe’s Most Divisive Commodity

The Nord Stream 2 pipeline will transport Russian gas to Germany but critics warn of political tensions.

Tobias Buck, Financial Times

Q&A: Pierre Bechelany Guides Fluor’s Pipeline, LNG Growth

Global growth in natural gas presents multiple opportunities for Fluor to build on.

Joseph Markman, Hart Energy

China’s June Crude Imports At Six-Month Low As ‘Teapot’ Buying Slows

However, strong demand propels gas imports to 31% above a year ago.

Reuters

Total Closes $1.5 Billion Deal For Engie's Upstream LNG Business

Total CEO Patrick Pouyanne said in a statement that the acquisition of Engie's upstream LNG business will give Total a worldwide market share of 10%.

Reuters

HEADLINES: ConocoPhillips’ Latest Oil Discovery Plus IEA Outlook

Plains All American’s Cactus II pipeline became the first major energy project to be denied an exclusion to the tariff on imported steel. 

Jessica Morales Hart Energy

FERC Denies Rehearing For Pennsylvania-New York Constitution Natgas Pipe

Williams had asked FERC for more time to complete the project, which it has not started, because the DEC denied the company’s request for water quality certification.

Reuters

Kinder Morgan Canada Profit Drops On Lower Crude Shipments

Trans Mountain pipeline troubles hamper earnings.

Reuters

Atlantic Sunrise Expected To Commence Full Service In Second Half Of August

Williams Partners LP said that construction is nearing completion on the Atlantic Sunrise pipeline project.

Business Wire

Midstream Connect: Outlook For Midstream In Texas

Midstream’s outlook in the energy-friendly state is positive but not without challenges.

Jessica Morales and Joseph Markman, Hart Energy

ETP Mariner Liquids Pipe Racks Up More Pennsylvania Violations

It was the 65th notice of violation the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) issued the project since construction began in February 2017.

Reuters

Frac Spread: Train Your Sights On The Price Differential

Propane is moving by rail from Appalachia because of pipeline constraints but fractionation constraints are a bigger issue.

Joseph Markman, Hart Energy

Rangeland Begins Operations At South Texas Energy Products System Terminal

Rangeland Energy III on June 5 announced that operations commenced at its STEPS terminal in Corpus Christi, Texas.

China’s LNG Trucking Capacity To Double By 2025

Trucks will offset China’s lack of infrastructure, Wood Mac says.

Reuters

US East Coast Refiners Look To Texas Crude For Discounted Oil

Supply bottlenecks crimp plans to move more barrels.

Reuters

Canadian Railways In Catch-22 Over Crude Shipment

Canadian railway operators see a lucrative opportunity to transport more crude oil to the U.S. as a rise in output force producers to find new routes to its southern neighbor.

Reuters

Shell Looks To Meet Growth In LNG Trucking In Asia

Shell will build a truck loading facility at terminal on India’s west coast.

Reuters

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