February 2022, Vol. 249, No. 2

Guest Commentary

Energy Transition Spells Opportunity for Midstream Sector

Palmer By Jason Palmer, Vice President, Oil and Gas, SAP Global   These are interesting times in midstream, and it’s going to take some collective courage, creativity and calculated investment to make sure “interesting” refers to opportunities seized rather than the ominous outcomes the old “may you live in interesting times” expression portends.   There’s ample reason for optimism. Natural gas liquefied natural gas (LNG) and related products will remain vital fuels for the near future. The global push for low-to-no carbon energy solutions is driving a diversification of the product portfolio to include biofuels and hydrogen.    In the case of ca

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