The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) is in a transition period. With new leadership, new nominees, and new projects to approve, we’ll talk about what this means for midstream business.
Last week, routine regulatory approvals generated positive sentiment in the MLP space. However, risks remain and investors should continue to account for regulatory and project execution risk.
The FERC index methodology changes have been implemented. Today we’ll talk about how long the current index level is in place and if there is any wiggle room for tariffs in the event of market changes.
Five more weeks until the 10-year anniversary of the AMZ. Today, we look at 2010, when things began to look up.
The FERC has established a new five-year oil-pipeline index methodology.
What Happened in July: Three Possible Scenarios for Things to Get Worse for MLPs and 32 Reasons Not to Panic
The AMZ fell 3.3% in July and is down nearly 14% year to date, despite continued distribution growth, project announcements, and growing M&A activity. For pessimists to be right, one of these three...