US Production is Growing, Though You Wouldn’t Know it from the Rig Count

As volume-driven businesses, US production of oil and gas is meaningful for MLPs in terms of utilizing existing infrastructure and providing growth opportunities. In the past, investors looked to rig counts for an indication of future production growth, but looking at the rig count today doesn’t provide the full story.

What Are Crude Spreads and Why Do They Matter to MLPs?

Crude spreads can be very volatile and change on a dime, but persistent crude spreads can create opportunities for MLPs.

I’m Dreaming of a [Green] Christmas

You wait all year for it, and it’s finally here. Alerian’s annual Christmas Carol! We’re dreaming of a green holiday season here in Dallas, just like the ones we used to know.

Which Individual MLPs are Most Correlated with Crude Prices?

Today we focus on one element of the recently published white paper on MLPs and crude correlations — individual MLPs’ correlation with WTI crude. Which individual MLPs are most correlated with crude...

Private Equity in Midstream – The Bad, the Good, and the Unknown

For MLPs, private equity’s involvement is a bit of a double-edged sword. PE adds another layer of competition, but on the other hand, PE’s deep pockets can be helpful.

What Is OPEC and Why Should MLP Investors Care?

We’ve heard a lot of discussion recently about the decision of OPEC and non-OPEC countries to extend oil production cuts through the end of 2018. Should MLP investors care about OPEC’s announcements?...

FAQs: The Ammys

The Ammys are intended to recognize excellence and celebrate long-term contribution to the North American energy infrastructure sector. We often get questions about the event and the winner selection...
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