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Phillips 66 Seeking to Expand Gray Oak Southbound Crude Service from Permian

Phillips 66 Seeking to Expand Gray Oak Southbound Crude Service from Permian

Phillips 66 Partners is launching an open season Tuesday to gauge interest in additional crude oil transportation capacity from the Permian Basin to South Texas. The new takeaway capacity along the Gray Oak Pipeline would terminate in Victoria, 85 miles northeast of Corpus Christi. In-service is targeted in the first half of 2022. The 850-mile…

August 31, 2020
Pent-Up Permian Natural Gas Ramps Up with Gulf Coast Express

Pent-Up Permian Natural Gas Ramps Up with Gulf Coast Express

Kinder Morgan Inc. (KMI) ramped full operation of the 2 Bcf/d Gulf Coast Express (GCX) natural gas pipeline on Wednesday, unleashing long-stranded supply from the Permian Basin.

September 25, 2019

With Chevron Backing, Enterprise to Expand Permian Oil Transport, Build Offshore Terminal

In long-term agreements with Chevron Corp., Enterprise Products Partners on Tuesday agreed to provide more Permian Basin oil takeaway, and it pulled the trigger on a Texas offshore oil terminal.

July 31, 2019

EOG CEO Expecting ‘More Subdued’ Permian Growth

EOG Resources Inc. CEO Bill Thomas said he believes takeaway issues in the Permian Basin will cause growth to slow temporarily, and the slower pace of development should help ensure that commodity prices don’t collapse.

September 7, 2018
Appalachia, Permian Natural Gas Constraints Looming Over Projected E&P Forecasts

Appalachia, Permian Natural Gas Constraints Looming Over Projected E&P Forecasts

U.S. natural gas producers are guiding toward 4.2 Bcf/d in output gains this year versus 2017, based on a survey of 50 of the largest onshore operators, but the biggest question is whether there will be enough takeaway capacity in the country’s two largest producing regions.

May 30, 2018
Pioneer Touts Takeaway Security for Permian Oil, Natural Gas

Pioneer Touts Takeaway Security for Permian Oil, Natural Gas

Pioneer Natural Resources Co. is working to assuage investor concerns about Permian Basin pipeline constraints, noting that oil contracts to the Gulf Coast have insulated the company from price differentials, while three-quarters of its natural gas production is under firm contract to sell in Southern California.

May 4, 2018
Appalachian E&Ps Searching for More Connectivity, Lower Costs on Infrastructure Build-Out

Appalachian E&Ps Searching for More Connectivity, Lower Costs on Infrastructure Build-Out

With a bevy of larger Appalachian infrastructure projects slated to come online over the next three years to help move out nearly 20 Bcf/d, the midstream sector’s next challenge could be connecting them to more production fields in-basin, executives said last week at an industry conference in Pittsburgh.

February 7, 2018

Pipeline Expansions Outpacing Production Forecast, Means Upside for Northeast Supply, Say Analysts

The current slate of Marcellus and Utica shale takeaway expansions exceeds expected supply growth, a dynamic that points to shrinking Appalachian basis differentials and major upside for regional production over the next few years, according to analysts with Raymond James & Associates Inc.

September 25, 2017

Plains All American Expanding Delaware Crude Takeaway in Permian

More crude oil takeaway is set to be built from the Permian Basin to Cushing, OK, following a successful open season by a subsidiary of Plains All American Pipeline LP (PAA).

July 19, 2017
Considerable Upside’ to Carry Waha NatGas to Mexico as Permian Constraints Loom, Says Analysis

Considerable Upside’ to Carry Waha NatGas to Mexico as Permian Constraints Loom, Says Analysis

Natural gas takeaway from the Permian Basin’s Waha Hub still has room to grow on existing pipelines, with “considerable upside” on potential exports across the border to Mexico, according to an analysis by RBN Energy LLC.

June 28, 2017
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