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Tuesday, 08/14/2018

July 29, 2018 – Forbes

The U.S. Is Still The Global Natural Gas King

By Robert Rapier

Data from the 2018 BP Statistical Review of World Energy show that last year the U.S. maintained a healthy lead as the global natural gas powerhouse.

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Tuesday, 08/14/2018

July 30, 2018 – Wall Street Journal

Bigger Oil Pipelines Are Coming to West Texas to Ease Bottleneck

Drillers are pumping so much oil and gas that pipelines considered more than adequate just a few years ago now are overwhelmed

By Rebecca Elliott

Epic Midstream Holdings LP said last year it would build its first oil pipeline in America’s most active oil field. It won’t be finished until next year, but already Epic Midstream is considering making it bigger.

The upstart company, backed by private equity, had been planning to...

Tuesday, 08/14/2018

July 27, 2018 – Oil & Gas Investor

Experts To US Senate: Don’t Mess With Shale Revolution

by Leslie Haines

Oil and gas experts Rusty Braziel of RBN Energy LLC; Robert McNally of Rapidan Energy Group; and Jason E. Bordoff of Columbia University spoke to the U.S. Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources on July 24.

A group of U.S. senators had a lot of energy questions on their mind and a handful of noted oil and gas consultants explained it all to them. But at the same time, they warned, the U.S. oil...

Tuesday, 08/14/2018

July 24, 2018 – Washington Examiner

Senate Energy Committee dives into OPEC and oil market uncertainties

by John Siciliano

The future of the nation's strategic oil reserve and Iran sanctions will come into stark focus on Tuesday at a rare Senate Energy Committee hearing on oil prices, according to aides.

The Energy and Natural Resources Committee hearing comes as President Trump and Iran have sparred on Twitter on the ramifications of applying oil sanctions, while recent reports show Trump is considering tapping the Strategic Petroleum...

Sunday, 07/15/2018

July 13, 2018 – Natural Gas Intelligence

Production Squashing Storage Fears as Natural Gas Futures Continue Slide

By: Jeremiah Shelor

Natural gas futures bulls gave up more ground Friday as production continued to allay the market’s storage concerns. Spot prices fell throughout the Midwest with cooler temperatures in the forecast, while the volatile SoCal Citygate gained heading into the weekend; the NGI National Spot Gas Average ...