As U.S. midstream companies look to build infrastructure to deal with growing global demand, there will be a need to lure non-traditional investors to the table.
So far, so good may not be good enough if the U.S.-China trade war stays on this track in 2019.
Prices are careening wildly and they won’t stabilize anytime soon, say analysts.
U.S. inventories are well below levels of previous years, and an El Niño weather pattern could wreak havoc in early 2019.
The president takes on OPEC at the U.N. over the high cost of crude, but markets may ultimately set the terms.
Best ethane price since 2012, best ‘barrel’ in four years invokes nostalgia.
Mont Belvieu ethane is up 110% for the year and surpasses 44 cents per gallon for the first time since 2012.
Resumption of dramatic price trends underscores the import of exports.
Balances are tight, even considering the impact of Harvey in 2017, which could support higher prices into the fall.
Will Gulf Coast infrastructure be ready when new supply gushes in? We’ll see.
Upward trajectory of emerging markets, particularly in Southeast Asia, present opportunity for growing production in the U.S.
Growth was the topic du jour for Enterprise Products Partners and Williams during their recent earnings calls.
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