December 2011, Vol. 238 No. 12

From the Burner Tip

Gas Midstream Growth Continues As Gas From Shale Plays Increase

Midstream goes mainstream in the natural gas business as midstream activities continue to take the spotlight. New gathering systems and intrastate pipelines along with additional gas treating, processing, and fractionating plants are announced frequently. Additional gas liquids storage and transportation systems are part of the new capital ventures.  Driving the new projects is the expanded development of the various shale-based resource centers, especially developments having high liquids content natural gas or crude oil itself.  Liquids are hot! Crude in the U.S. is running in the mid $90/B range compared to more than $115/B in Europe. Natural gas liquids – et

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