• Sep. 21 2017

    It’s the Final Countdown – E&P Shipper Contract Cliffs 

    Natural gas production in the United States showed consistent growth from 2006 through 2015, which spurred the development of interstate natural gas pipelines, and, more recently, increased efforts to export natural gas, as well as liquefied natural gas (LNG) by…


  • Sep. 21 2017

    Sempra Wins Oncor – Acquiring Some Peace of Mind?

    Earlier this week a shake up occurred in the hotly contested sale of Oncor, the power-transmission powerhouse owned by Energy Future Holdings Corp. Following NextEra’s pursuit, in July, Berkshire Hathaway agreed to buy Oncorfor $9 billion, but hours before a…


  • Aug. 21 2017

    They’re Ba-ack! Report on Policy and Project Issues Pending at FERC

    As has been widely reported, the Senate, before leaving town for its August recess, confirmed by voice vote Robert Powelson and Neil Chatterjee as Commissioners of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC). Both Commissioners have now been sworn in, and…


  • Aug. 8 2017

    Intrastate Pipeline Growth – A Foregone Conclusion?

    Earnings season for pipeline companies is coming to a close, and one of the most exciting new projects has some unusual characteristics. Kinder Morgan’s proposed Gulf Coast Express Project (not to be confused with TCO/CPG’s Gulf Xpress Project) is one…


  • Aug. 1 2017

    Valuing the Supply Chain – The Engineering & Construction Conundrum

    The timely construction of pipelines is not only critical to the pipeline operator, its co-owners and shippers, but also to the 40 or so mainline contractors responsible for construction. Despite the differences in business models, contractors, especially the handful that…

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