October 2011, Vol. 238 No. 10

From the Burner Tip

New Natural Gas Business Gives Gas Midstream Sector Renaissance

Natural gas’ midstream business is seeing a new direction and growth as natural gas from shale reservoirs continues to grow and expand. Usually in the gas business, midstream activities are seen as a part of the downstream – the marketing, distribution and consumption – ends of the business. Now, with so much activity in the areas of gathering, storage, treating and processing, and pipelines at the intra and interstate levels for natural gas and natural gas liquids (NGLs), it is coming into its own. The driving force for this new activity is the sheer need for new infrastructure and facilities as the locations in the U.S. where natural gas is produced are const

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