Prices - Natural Gas Liquids

Frac Spread: Chilly? Gas Prices Don’t Bear That Out

Markets are looking past the vortex; NGL margins are on a roll.

Joseph Markman

Long-Term Growth Expected, But Midstream Faces Short-Term Overbuild

In the short term, midstream infrastructure may be overbuilt but high export demand points to a strong future, according to two new reports.

Frank Nieto

EIA: Net Export Status Coming Sooner Than Thought

The nearly 11 MMbbl/d of oil production in 2018 smashed the 1970 record of 9.6 MMbbl/d.

Joseph Markman

Frac Spread: How Bad Can Venezuela’s Crisis Get?

In the short term, a potential war makes the crude oil situation dicey at best.

Joseph Markman

Frac Spread: Snow Doubt Gas Price Is Rising

Winter storm is spurring higher demand for gas, but NGL prices are mostly static.

Joseph Markman

EPIC Reaffirms Interim Service Date For Permian Crude Pipeline

EPIC Midstream Holdings, LP on Jan. 14 reaffirmed that the EPIC Crude Oil Pipeline remains on schedule to begin interim service from Crane, Texas to Corpus Christi, Texas, during the third quarter of 2019. The project is expected to be in permanent service beginning January 2020.

Business Wire

Frac Spread: A Comforting Start To The Year

Ethane is much stronger than it was 12 months ago and margins widen across the board.

Joseph Markman

East Daley: Midstream Outlook Favorable Despite Recent Struggles

Production growth is expected to drive midstream performance in 2019.

Frank Nieto

Report: Texas Oil And Gas Jobs Fell By 500 In November

Oil and gas employment in the Lone Star State fell by 500 jobs in November compared to October, which the Texas Oil & Gas Association said ended a 23-month long consecutive growth.

Emily Patsy

Shell Starts Production At New Petrochemicals Unit In US Gulf Coast

Shell Geismar becomes largest alpha olefins producing site in the world.

US Supreme Court Rejects Exxon Mobil In Climate Change Document Dispute

The Supreme Court's action marked the latest setback for Exxon Mobil in its efforts to halt the Massachusetts investigation and a similar one by New York's attorney general.


Ecuador President Demands Probe Into Predecessor’s Oil Projects

Ecuador’s President Lenin Moreno on Jan. 3 asked the country’s prosecutor to probe $4.9 billion of oil-related infrastructure projects, alleging that the OPEC nation’s money was looted during the decade-long tenure of his leftist predecessor.



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