November 2018


The Well Hasn’t Run Dry for Midstream Opportunities

By Kevin Petak, Vice President, Natural Gas and Liquids Markets, ICF, and Julio Manik, Technical Specialist, ICF An Interstate Natural Gas Association of American (INGAA) Foundation midstream infrastructure report, recently completed by ICF, projects nearly $800 billion will be invested in new oil and gas infrastructure between 2018 and 2035, terrific news for a wide range of stakeholders who could benefit from future activity.  Opportunities lie ahead for midstream developers, investors and energy consumers, but as the lion’s share of these investments is poised to unfold over the next decade; the true vic

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