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Monday, 03/05/2018

February 28, 2018 – Platts

Analyst: Without new Permian gas pipes, prices could go to 'negative infinity'

By: Bill Holland

The Permian Basin is running out of pipeline to take away natural gas associated with shale oil drilling, meaning producers may soon get just pennies for their million British thermal units, or worse, pay to have gas removed so the oil can flow, a veteran analyst said.

Speaking about possible limits on the continued growth of shale oil and gas production in the U.S., RBN Energy LLC CEO Rusty Braziel said there is 8.5...

Monday, 03/05/2018

March 2, 2018 – Oil & Gas Investor

Analyst: Reviving Haynesville Faces Stiff Competition

By: Paul Hart, Editor-In-Chief, Midstream Business Hart Energy

It may be “a popular time to talk about the Haynesville again” as the unconventional play comes back to life—but producers in the play face plenty of competition, David Braziel, director of financial and fundamental analysis for RBN Energy, told attendees at Hart Energy’s first DUG Haynesville conference Feb. 21.

Braziel started his spotlight presentation with a broad, macro look at...

Sunday, 03/04/2018

February 23, 2018 – Morningstar

Tallgrass Focuses on Rockies for Growth

By: Stephen Ellis

After a complete reversal of natural gas flows in the Northern United States over the past few years thanks to the emergence of Marcellus/Utica gas production,  Tallgrass Energy Partners (TEP) has expertly repositioned the Rockies Express Pipeline, or REX, its crown jewel. Over the past few years, Tallgrass has made the pipeline bidirectional and is able to move 2.6 billion cubic feet per day of gas out of the Northeast. Producers have eagerly snatched up...

Sunday, 03/04/2018

February 22, 2018 – Oil & Gas Investor

HEADLINES: Haynesville Buzz; Three Rivers Being Sold

By: Jessica Morales

The Haynesville is hot once again, said Chesapeake Energy Vice President Tim Beard, opening keynote speaker of Hart Energy's DUG Haynesville conference on Feb. 21. That sentiment is backed by statistics from the U.S. Energy Information Administration, which forecasts Haynesville production to rise to about 7 Bcf/d in 2018. At the conference, RBN Energy’s David Braziel added that Louisiana’s gas production from the greater...

Sunday, 03/04/2018

February 21, 2018 – Tulsa World

Houston consultant touts future of energy industry at TU Friends of Finance talk

By: Rhett Morgan

Energy consultant Rusty Braziel gave some advice Wednesday to folks in the oil patch.

Stay in it.

“It’s a dynamic market,” said Braziel, president of Houston-based RBN Energy. “It’s faced with lot of challenges. It’s growing fast. There are a lot of good folks in this industry.

“They believe in what they are doing. If you ever wanted to get into this line of work, this is the time to do it. Just...

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