Prices - Natural Gas

What's Affecting Gas Prices This Week (Nov. 13, 2018)?

Is it any wonder that gas prices have rocketed as wintry weather blankets consumers as early as the second week of November?

Greg Haas

US Shale Oil Production To Hit Record High In December, EIA Says

The total oil production from the seven major shale basins in the U.S. was expected to rise 113,000 bbl/d, driven largely by increases in the Permian Basin, the EIA said.

Reuters

IEA: Gas To Overtake Coal As World’s Second Largest Energy Source By 2030

The Paris-based IEA said in its World Energy Outlook 2018 that energy demand would grow by more than a quarter between 2017 and 2040 assuming more efficient use of energy but would rise by twice that much without such improvements.

Reuters

Permian Possibilities

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

Paul Hart

China Overtakes Japan As World's Top Natural Gas Importer

China has overtaken Japan to become the world's top importer of natural gas, as Beijing's crackdown on pollution boosts its demand for the more environmentally friendly fuel, while the restart of nuclear reactors in Japan reduces its LNG imports.

Reuters

Frac Spread: Like The Season, Expect Propane Prices To Fall

High inventories and rising natural gas prices are pressuring NGL prices and margins.

Joseph Markman

Energy Transfer Completes Last Segments Of Rover Natgas Pipe In West Virginia

U.S. pipeline company Energy Transfer said federal energy regulators approved the company's request to put the last two segments of its $4.2 billion Rover natural gas pipeline into service.

Reuters

Net Exporter Status Could Be In America’s Future

A Stratas Advisors director told Midstream Finance conference attendees that the latest look into the crystal ball of five-year outlook has U.S. supply growth positioning the country to become a net crude exporter.

Erin Pedigo

US Refiners Boost Processing Capacity To Accommodate Shale

As U.S. oil production rises - setting records in average daily output nearly every month this year - the companies that convert crude to diesel and gasoline are increasing their ability to consume more crude and generate higher profits.

Reuters

HEADLINES: Billion-Dollar Deals; Production Surge; Election Effect

Chesapeake Energy and Encana made headlines this week with multibillion-dollar acquisitions. Also, crude oil and natural gas production hit new records and the industry is watching initiatives on the ballot in Colorado and Washington state next week.

Frac Spread: Oil’s Fall Drags Others Down, But Nobody’s Out

Correction was needed and crude may have landed in a place of relative stability.

Joseph Markman

Midstream Finance: Control The Narrative When Pursuing Investors For Buildout

Remember this when going public: It’s a clean slate and what transpired as a private company no longer matters.

Terrance Harris

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