Enterprise Products Partners LP (NYSE: EPD) on Sept. 10 announced that construction is under way to increase loading capacity for LPG, primarily propane and butane, at the Enterprise Hydrocarbon Terminal (EHT) by 175,000 barrels per day (bbl/d), or approximately 5 million barrels (MMbbl) per month.
Day’s insights covered the burgeoning LNG business, the growing eastern Eagle Ford, and opportunities in the Gulf of Mexico and Bakken Shale, and how insurance can reduce business risk.
Oil and gas giant Saudi Aramco is having preliminary talks with banks about a potential debt financing of up to $70 billion to back its acquisition of a majority stake in Saudi petrochemical firm Sabic, banking sources said on Sept. 5.
A 25-year period for Denmark as a net oil exporter is set to end this year following output declines in the North Sea, the country's energy agency said on Aug.30 after slashing its long-term oil production forecast.
Retirement fund’s $1.438 billion purchase of a 50% stake in the pipeline bolsters expansion plans for Plains and Magellan.
Midstream operator pursuing greenfield projects and acquisitions.
Growth was the topic du jour for Enterprise Products Partners and Williams during their recent earnings calls.
John Gimigliano, principal-in-charge of federal legislative and regulatory services at KPMG, discusses renewables growth, subsidies, investment and impact on the industry.
It’s the last one that could result in unintended consequences, however, according to Bernstein Research.
The U.S. Department of the Interior said on July 12 it would hold a record-sized auction for oil and gas leases in the Gulf of Mexico (GoM) in August, in an attempt to spark interest in offshore drilling months after a similar sale received a weak response from energy companies.