• The Results are In – Form 501G Causes Rate Adjustments

    The first wave of Form 501G filings Thursday, October 11th, which included filings from about one-fourth of the pipeline companies required to file the Form 501G by the end of this year. From the first wave, three of the 27…


  • It’s the Final Countdown – E&P Shipper Contract Cliffs 

    Natural gas production in the United States showed consistent growth from 2006 through 2015, which spurred the development of interstate natural gas pipelines, and, more recently, increased efforts to export natural gas, as well as liquefied natural gas (LNG) by…


  • Eye of the Storm – Events Impacting Pipeline Cash Flows

    Hurricane Harvey has wreaked havoc on our friends in Texas and the broader U.S. economy, including the North American energy infrastructure hub. And with Hurricane Irma storming into Florida, pipeline companies and the broader supply chain are assessing how customer…


  • Intrastate Pipeline Growth – A Foregone Conclusion?

    Earnings season for pipeline companies is coming to a close, and one of the most exciting new projects has some unusual characteristics. Kinder Morgan’s proposed Gulf Coast Express Project (not to be confused with TCO/CPG’s Gulf Xpress Project) is one…


  • State Regulation – The New Arbiter of Pipeline Market Development?

    The development of inter and intrastate natural gas pipelines, whether entirely new systems or expansions of existing systems, requires a thorough study of market fundamentals, some known, but many others unknown or misunderstood. With more and more choke points involved…

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