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.
The oil and gas industry is pushing to improve returns as it rebounds from a long downturn.
A year after its $1.5 billion purchase of Navigator, activity is ramping up.
Hess executive says the region can be an attractive option to the Permian Basin.
MLPs are not a dying species, say analysts, but simplified structures for Enbridge, Williams and Cheniere make more sense for those companies.
Freeport LNG pushes back launch of its $13 billion terminal to September 2019.
Appalachia shale producer Rex Energy’s bankruptcy follows Chapter 11 filings this week by two other U.S.-focused E&Ps.
John Paisie, executive vice president of Stratas Advisors, talks about the outlook for U.S. crude exports.
Investors overseeing almost $10.5 trillion in assets call for the oil and gas industry to be “more transparent and take responsibility for all of its emissions.”
Also, Hess' CEO says offshore Guyana trumps the Permian's Delaware Basin when it comes to development costs and financial returns.
A sale of Goodrich’s Eagle Ford position might also be on the company’s horizon, though there is no definitive agreement yet.
Rather than capital discipline, private equity is targeting growth, according to panelists at the Energy Capital Conference.