July 2022, Vol. 249, No. 7

Editor's Notebook

US Midstream and the Russia Factor

By Michael Reed, Editor-in-Chief With much of the world shunning Russian energy as prices surge, the resulting systematic upheaval in dynamics has the potential to alter oil and gas supply trends and trade partnerships for years to come.   While the invasion of Ukraine has prompted a myriad of urgent questions around the globe, foremost among those being asked of America’s midstream sector is, “To what extent and how fast can U.S. natural gas free Europe from its reliance on Russian energy?”   The answer will depend, in large part, on America’s ability to expand natural gas production and liquid natural gas (LNG) exports, with the government having already taken

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