Midstream Texas
Sept. 12-14, 2016
San Antonio, Texas
Henry B. Gonzalez Conv. Ctr.
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Midstream operators explore activity across the
Lone Star State

Hundreds of industry professionals gathered in San Antonio October 25-27 for Hart Energy's inaugural MIDSTREAM Texas conference and exhibition, which was co-located with DUG Eagle Ford 2015. Attendees heard from over 20 executive-level speakers in midstream-focused conference sessions. And over 400 exhibitors gave hands-on demonstrations of the newest products and services on the events' joint exhibit floor.

Conference sessions explored midstream activity from Texas’ many powerhouse plays to its sprawling Gulf Coast infrastructure complexes. The event’s speaker lineup featured leaders from midstream operators and upstream producers, including EnLink Midstream, Cheniere Pipeline and Midstream, Crestwood Midstream, CP Energy, Rangeland Energy II, Williams and more. Presenters gave updates on current and proposed midstream infrastructure projects throughout the Lone Star State. During the event's luncheon, Taya Kyle, wife of the late "American Sniper" Chris Kyle, and author of American Wife, shared her story of family, sacrifice and her efforts to keep the spirit of her late husband's service alive.

MIDSTREAM Texas 2015 may be over, but the conversation continues! Find out what other attendees and exhibitors are saying on Storify and Twitter. We want to hear about your experience too!

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MIDSTREAM Texas will return September 12-14, 2016 to San Antonio, TX.

News

Key North American Hub Prices: May 26, 2016
Key North American Hub Prices: May 26, 2016

Brent, WTI Stretches To $50 On Global Outages
Brent and then West Texas Intermediate (WTI) oil prices both flew up to $50 per barrel (bbl) in trading May 26, the first time spot prices have climbed that high since July 2015.For much of the afternoon afterward, the price was just below the $50 mark.The prompt-month WTI contract traded above $50/bbl for the first time since October 2015, primarily due to geopolitical events in Kuwait, the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and wildfires in Canada. Continuing supply disruptions in Nigeria may also cut the nation’s production to a 20-year low, industry observers and other experts said.Nigeria routinely has unplanned outages ranging from 200,000 barrels per day (Mbbl/d) to 300 Mbbl/d, but in the past they have reached 500 Mbbl/d.