November 2015, Vol. 242, No. 11

Features

North Americas Midstream Sector Re-Emerges

The development of North America’s unconventional oil and gas resources has brought new life to the region’s midstream sector. The infrastructure necessary to gather and transport commodities to resurgent downstream and chemicals sectors, new gas-fired power generation, and other new demand requires investment approaching a trillion dollars by some estimates. And investment opportunities translate to growth. However, the midstream sector’s history prior to this revolution in unconventional energy resources left it under-prepared and ill-suited for the current boom. As a result, the race is on to create the midstream company of the future; a company with the business model

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