INVEST IN ENERGY INFRASTRUCTURE. BE PART OF AMERICA’S ENERGY REVOLUTION.

America’s midstream energy infrastructure, the pipelines that move U.S. energy supplies to market is crucial as we strive for American Energy Independence.

The Complex Politics of Climate Change

Greta Thunberg’s speech at the United Nations may have grabbed the climate change headlines. But for those who find policy prescriptions from someone not yet out of high school a publicity stunt, the Energy Information Administration’s (EIA) 2019 International Energy Outlook was more interesting. The UN’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) wants the world […]

Another Gripping Episode of Brexit

For constitutional observers, each weekly Brexit installment leaves viewers on the edge of their seats, pondering what further twists in the drama remain. Most recently, England’s Supreme Court ruled against Conservative Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s suspension of Parliament. Intended to stifle parliamentary debate during the run-up to Britain’s next Brexit deadline of October 31, the […]

Pipelines Correlations Are More Pleasant

Clients often want to discuss the correlation between returns on midstream energy infrastructure and crude oil prices. Prior to 2014, investors learned that pipelines were like toll roads, more concerned with the volumes passing through than its value. The 2014-16 crude oil collapse drove down the energy sector. Alerian’s index shed 58.2% over eighteen months, […]

Saturday`s Attack Is A Game Changer

Early analysis of the twin attacks on Saudi Arabia’s oil infrastructure has focused on the length and severity of supply disruption. 5.7 Million Barrels per Day (MMB/D) of lost output is the biggest supply drop in history, although its impact will depend on how long it takes to repair the damage. This misses two more […]

America Offers Safer Energy

Saturday’s surprise attack on Saudi Arabia’s Abaqaiq oil facility in Buqyaq has sent crude oil prices sharply higher. There are estimates of up to 5.7 Million Barrels per Day (MMB/D) of lost output. For perspective, the last two big drops in crude oil, in 2008 and 2014-16, were caused by around 2% excess supply. The […]