The Permian Basin remains the United States’ hottest shale play, and the midstream sector is racing to deliver the pipeline capacity it needs to deliver Permian production for export – whether dry gas to Mexico or LNG and crude oil to the rest of the world.
The rapid pace of construction and expansion projects in various stages of planning and construction for crude oil, natural gas and liquids requires constant monitoring to keep track of this dynamic midstream market.
In this webcast, the data experts at Energy Web Atlas and editors of Pipeline & Gas Journal bring order to the construction chaos with a comprehensive update on key Permian-Gulf Coast pipeline projects and their overall impact on export capacity and production growth in this dynamic region.
Nearly 10 years after the tidal wave known as the Bakken hit North Dakota, catapulting the state to the second most prolific oil producing state behind Texas and eclipsing production from historically oil-rich states such as Alaska, California and Oklahoma, the region continues to experience growing pains. As a result, companies are busying themselves trying to figure out how many expanded existing systems are needed and how many are designed for open markets. The result of this will be that more infrastructure will be built for all fuels.
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