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The Natural Gas Industry is constantly growing and changing, so from time to time GPARMC and GPA have news that we want to share with our members and the Midstream Community.
 
You can check out our news releases and updated articles from other internet sources regarding the natural gas industry here on our GPARMC News Feed. Check back often and stay up to date! 

Latest Articles

09/24/2017
If Permian gas production is growing, that mean’s the region’s central gas pipeline hub—Waha—will only grow in importance. So it’s logical for a midstream operator that wants to establish a major presence in the Permian to be there. It’s the same concept that brought dozens of energy companies to...
09/24/2017
It’s safe to say few rigs are looking for natural gas in the Permian Basin, but that doesn’t mean operators are not finding it anyway—and plenty of it. The Permian is delivering more than 2.4 million barrels per day of oil (MMbbl/d) and that number will grow substantially in the next few years,...
09/24/2017
The Midstream Business annual rankings of the sector’s largest natural gas processors and NGL processors for calendar year 2016 were a study in contrasts. In both cases familiar names continued to top the charts. But for gas processing, all of them changed places—some moving up the league table,...
09/24/2017
Energy Transfer Partners’ Rover Pipeline is a prime example of extreme demand escalation. For context, Rover is a 710-mile pipeline being built across Ohio to supply Michigan and Ontario gas markets with diameters ranging from 24 to 42 inches. Capex on the project is forecast to reach $4.2 billion...
09/24/2017
Midstream construction continues apace. The oil and gas industry must have new infrastructure—and repurpose the infrastructure it has—to meet the needs of customers at both ends of the supply chain. The near future could see a near-record building boom, contractors say.  Maybe. The construction...
09/22/2017
When Mike Noack and Glen Harrod joined to form Tristate Midstream a decade ago, the East Texas veterans imagined they would buy up underutilized assets in unappreciated areas around the Cotton Valley play. Then the Haynesville Shale came along and greenfield buildout of high-pressure gathering...
09/22/2017
Overall oil and gas production remains sluggish compared to the industry’s 2014 peak, but, off the top of your head, name some unconventional plays that remain busy. Well, there are the Permian Basin and the Marcellus Shale, of course. Don’t forget the Midcontinent’s Stack (the Sooner Trend,...
09/22/2017
The most expensive U.S. shale acquisition of the year may be threatened by an investor’s concerns over one of the company’s midstream components. Hedge fund Jana Partners LLC, one of the country’s leading producers of headaches for boards of directors, fired off letters to the board of EQT Corp....
09/22/2017
The hypothetical NGL barrel jumped to its highest level in more than five months in August as margins expanded in double figures for almost all components. Ethane at Mont Belvieu, Texas, pushed toward 26 cents per gallon (gal) as it reached its highest level since the first week of the year. At...
09/22/2017
After all, midstream energy stocks—both MLPs and C-corps—justifiably sank with oil prices during the early part of the current downturn in oil, when the collapse in crude prices did in fact lead to a drop in U.S. production and, hence, pipeline throughput. But, more recently, the correlation...

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