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Thursday, 11/11/2021

November 11, 2021 – Seeking Alpha

Energy Transfer: The Market Stamps Its Foot And Makes A Scrunchy Face

By: Fluidsdoc

The case for ET

I have repeatedly made the point that pipeline infrastructure is seemingly impossible to build these days, in theory accentuating the value of already built out pipes. It was the subject of a bullish article on ET about a year ago. An article put out by RBN Energy recently, echoes this theme precisely:

The market needs more midstream but in today's...

Thursday, 10/28/2021

October 28, 2021 – Financial Post

Canadian oil producers eye new pipeline route to Gulf Coast as Marathon reverses Capline conduit

By: Geoffrey Morgan

Ohio-based Marathon Pipelines LLC filed tariffs for transportation of crude oil on its Capline pipeline from Patoka, Ill. to St. James, Louisiana for rates effective Oct. 25, according to RBN Energy, an energy markets consultancy…

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Wednesday, 09/29/2021

September 29, 2021 – Reuters

Enbridge's long-delayed Line 3 oil pipeline project to start up Oct. 1

By: Nia Williams

However, the project was celebrated by trade unions, whose members benefited from thousands of jobs during construction, and Canada's energy sector, which in the past has struggled with pipeline bottlenecks that depressed the price of Canadian crude and contributed to an exodus of foreign capital.

"This is a huge boost to the industry," said Martin King, an analyst at RBN Energy. He said projected growth in...

Wednesday, 09/29/2021

September 29, 2021 – Natural Gas Intelligence

November Natural Gas Futures Debut with Thud as Volatility Reigns; Cash Prices Drop in Tandem

By: Kevin Dobbs

Though summer heat is fading and winter chills are unlikely to settle in for several weeks, markets are looking for continued elevated LNG volumes to fuel energy needs in Asia and Europe. Supplies in Europe are lean and demand is surging in parts of Asia, led by power needs in China. This is pushing gas prices to record levels on both continents, galvanizing demand for U.S. LNG and supporting...

Tuesday, 09/28/2021

September 28, 2021 – Reuters

U.S. natgas rise to 7-year high on record global prices

By: Scott DiSavino

But no matter how high global prices rise, the United States has the capacity to turn only about 10.5 bcfd of gas into LNG. Global markets will likely have to wait until later this year to get more from the United States, when the sixth liquefaction train at Cheniere Energy Inc's (LNG.A) Sabine Pass and Venture Global LNG's Calcasieu Pass in Louisiana start producing LNG in test mode.

"The U.S. LNG export capacity ceiling is likely the...

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