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Thursday, 07/12/2018

June 11, 2018 – Natural Gas Intelligence

Natural Gas Pipeline Constraints Destroyed Up to 4 Bcf/d in January Bomb Cyclone, Says RBN

By: Jeremiah Shelor

In January, when constraints sent natural gas prices skyrocketing during the “bomb cyclone” in the Northeast, the lack of pipeline capacity destroyed as much as 4 Bcf/d of demand as more coal and fuel oil entered the market, according to RBN Energy’s David Braziel, who directs finance and fundamental analysis.

Braziel, during a presentation in Boston at this week’s LDC Gas...

Thursday, 07/12/2018

June 6, 2018 – Hellenic Shipping News Worldwide

Gas Glut in Permian Sparks Dilemma Over How Much to Burn

Texas is facing a burning question that’s pitting the state’s economy against its environment, and oil drillers against each other.

With natural gas pipelines in the Permian Basin reaching 98 percent of capacity, Texas is weighing whether to keep intact or loosen strict state regulations that limit flaring, the process used by drillers to burn off excess gas pumped up along with their oil. Now the limit for individual wells is 45 days. After...

Monday, 06/04/2018

June 1, 2018 – Natural Gas Intelligence

Permian Hungry for Oil, Gas Takeaway Solutions as Rail, Trucking Struggle

By: Carolyn Davis

Multiple oil pipelines are preparing to carry more of the Permian Basin’s roaring production to faraway markets, but capacity issues remain for liquids and in particular for natural gas, which could lead to a complete gas blowout by this fall and require flaring or shut ins, according to analysts.

Analysts have been sounding the alarm about Permian takeaway issues for months, as gas and oil price...

Monday, 06/04/2018

June 1, 2018 – Dallas News

'It's not a quick fix': Demand grows, but Permian Basin drillers are stuck waiting on new pipelines

By: Jeff Mosier

Success is catching up with the Permian Basin, the prolific U.S. oilfield that's out-producing many Middle Eastern nations.

With oil prices climbing, the basin has become an expensive bottleneck as drillers try to pump more crude and natural gas than what pipelines can send to refineries, storage tanks and ports.

Billions of dollars worth of new and expanded pipelines are in the works, but...

Monday, 06/04/2018

May 30, 2018 – Natural Gas Intelligence

Triple-Digit Build Expected as Natural Gas Futures Continue Slide; Spot Prices Mixed

By: Jeremiah Shelor

After Tuesday’s sell-off, natural gas futures slid further Wednesday ahead of a weekly government storage report expected to show a triple-digit storage injection, though more supportive afternoon weather guidance offered some hope for the bulls…

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