Oil Hub Hubbub: Is Houston the New Cushing?

Energy observers have been quick to question Cushing’s relevance, given growing Permian production that largely bypasses Cushing, increasing export volumes, and new Houston crude contracts. Is Houston the new Cushing? We probably wouldn’t go that far, but both hubs play an important role.

US LNG Exports Part 1: Capacity Jumping in 2019, but Will There Be Enough?

The US is on the brink of adding significant LNG export capacity next year and becoming a sizable player in the global LNG market, but will US LNG exports be enough for a global market facing a...

Happy July Fourth, America! Celebrating the US Energy Revolution

While tomorrow we officially celebrate the United States’ independence, today we celebrate the remarkable progress of the US towards energy independence.

How Much Energy Infrastructure Does North America Still Need?

Last week, the Interstate Natural Gas Association of America (INGAA) released its latest study on estimated energy infrastructure investment needed through 2035. In today’s post, we delve into the...

Are Energy Stocks Catching Up to Crude?

As crude prices have recovered, energy stocks have lagged the improvement in WTI crude. The trend reversed in April and May as energy stocks outperformed the commodity. In today’s post, we look at...

Five Fascinating Takeaways from the 2018 EIA Energy Conference

Today’s post looks at five of the most interesting macro data points from last week’s Energy Information Administration’s 2018 Energy Conference.

Revisiting MLP Distribution Growth

After speaking with a number of MLP stakeholders, it seems like all people really want is to see “where has the cash gone?”. With this post, we hope to paint a straightforward picture of what the...
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