Asian spot liquefied natural gas (LNG) prices breached the $$9 per million British thermal unit (MMBtu) mark this week, a three-year summer season high driven by crude oil gains, production outages and demand from key Asian consumers.
Investors in the world’s largest oil and gas companies are eyeing a windfall from rising crude prices as the sector heads toward its strongest financial performance in a decade.
Partnerships have survived the down-cycle and turned around, say Enterprise and EnLink executives at the annual MLP conference.
Sanchez Midstream is now positioned to capture the increase in volumes from the 'significant development activity underway in the western Eagle Ford,' CEO Gerry Willinger says.
Executives from ZZ created new firm to close deal for Alerian.
Move marks the first FID on a liquefaction facility since 2015.
New regional pipeline system will support Lilis operations in the Permian Basin.
System will handle water needs in Permian Basin.
The United States doesn’t have enough ports deep enough for larger ships to enter, forcing the use of smaller ships to help meet export demands.
A year after its $1.5 billion purchase of Navigator, activity is ramping up.