Acquisitions & Divestitures - Midstream

Recent Moves Highlight Evolution Of PE In Midstream

Two segments—smaller producers and water services—are providing investment opportunities, especially in the prolific Permian Basin.


Scott Pruitt: EPA To Start 'Aggressive' Cuts To Regulations Soon

Pruitt mentioned three rules that could meet the chopping block early on: the Waters of the U.S. rule; the Clean Power Plan; and the U.S. Methane rule.


Energy Transfer Says Dakota Access 99% Complete

Energy Transfer Partners LP said on Feb. 23 that 99% of its Dakota Access Pipeline is complete after receiving all federal authorizations necessary earlier this month.


Ultra Renegotiates Gas Processing Pacts With Enterprise, Williams

Ultra said in a statement that it expects the new agreements to provide financial benefits related to its operations at the Pinedale Field asset in Wyoming


WhiteWater To Build Delaware Basin NatGas Pipeline

The pipeline will provide producers and processors with a 'much-needed outlet for the rapidly growing natural gas volumes in the Delaware Basin,' CEO Christer Rundlof said.


China's Rising Demand Could End Global LNG Supply Glut

Royal Dutch Shell Plc, the world's biggest LNG supplier, said this week that it estimates Southeast Asian LNG demand will rise above 50 million tonnes per annum (mtpa) by 2035, up from 10 mtpa currently, Reuters reported.


Australia’s LNG Hour Of Truth At Hand

Australia is on the cusp of becoming the world’s largest LNG exporter. At AOG 2017, the question being asked is whether that will be good for the country?


Showdown Looms As Deadline For Dakota Access Protesters Arrives

Demonstrators and authorities near the site of the Dakota Access pipeline braced for a possible showdown as the deadline for protesters to leave approaches.


Scott Pruitt: EPA Can Also Be Pro-Jobs

"I believe that we as an agency, and we as a nation, can be both pro-energy and jobs, and pro-environment," Pruitt said in his first address to EPA staff.


Chaparral Aims For Pipeline Sale In Push To Exit Bankruptcy

Chaparral has a hearing on March 9 to confirm its plan to emerge from Chapter 11 bankruptcy, funded in part by asset sales.


NAPE: Industry Losing Battle For Public’s Hearts, Minds

At NAPE, industry communicators agree that the oil and gas sector’s message is lost on the public and with it, the campaign for public support against environmentalist foes.



The new gas rush won’t be denied.