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  • At any time, the effectiveness of the US midstream sector to deal with challenges has depended on how well its companies accept certain realities and deal with issues they face. Currently, the business climate for the midstream sector is uncertain. Enron after-shocks, a sluggish economy, geopolitica...

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  • At any time, the effectiveness of the US midstream sector to deal with challenges has depended on how well its companies accept certain realities and deal with issues they face. Currently, the business climate for the midstream sector is uncertain. Enron after-shocks, a sluggish economy, geopolitica...

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  • Devon Energy and Crosstex Energy have completed their merger to form EnLink Midstream. The new player in the US midstream market has assets in Texas, Oklahoma, Louisiana, Ohio and West Virginia, including some 6,500 miles of gas gathering and transmission lines, 650 miles of NGL pipeline, 200 miles ...

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  • BG Group is planning to sell its entire holding in TGGT – a joint venture midstream company operating in east Texas and north Louisiana, US – to Azure Midstream Energy. BG Group will receive a net cash consideration of $231mn, along with a $17mn stake in Azure, equating to an approximate 4% equity h...

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  • Norway's Statoil has put on offer to Azerbaijan to form a joint venture with state oil company Socar to oversee development of the country's midstream gas sector.

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  • BG Group has completed the upstream and midstream acquisitions as part of the previously announced alliance with EXCO Resources. The consideration for the upstream portion of the alliance is $1,127mn, which consists of $727mn plus $400mn to be paid as a carry of 75% of EXCO’s future costs to develop...

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  • Talisman Energy has acquired 100% of the shares of Vista Midstream Solutions for $130mn. Vista’s gas assets are located in three operating areas - Cutbank, adjacent to Talisman’s Deep Basin play; Retlaw/Enchant/Turin, located in southeast Alberta; and Freefight in southwest Saskatchewan. Talisman ha...

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  • In the wake of the coronavirus and collapse in crude oil prices, chemical, and oil and gas, and midstream companies will all slash capital spending (capex) for growth projects to preserve cash. As a result, the US and global chemical investment wave looks to slow considerably in the years ahead, wri...

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  • To protect balance sheets, maintain shareholder pay-outs and preserve cash, oil and gas companies have gone into survival mode, reducing forecast expenditure where possible to weather the impacts of COVID-19 and oil market volatility, reports GlobalData. According to its latest analysis, over $85bn ...

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  • Energy field service companies are playing a vital role today as enery companies look for increased profits from unregulated businesses. Five key companies offer some insight into their successes, service and strategy.

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