The rapid spike in U.S. crude oil, natural gas, and natural gas liquid production associated with the shale revolution has left the midstream sector trying to keep pace. With an estimated $200 billion in infrastructure needed over the next three years, market dynamics and challenges continue to evolve for the midstream players.

Auteurs: Gary C. Johnson

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How well is the midstream sector doing? Where does infrastructure act as the limiting factor on the market? How does the future look?

Reed Smith will address these questions and more at its 2018 Energy & Commodities Conference in Houston next week. Houston partners Peggy Heeg and Gary Johnson, and Pittsburgh partner Dwight Howes will join Rick Smead of RBN Energy for an insider’s look at key challenges and opportunities in the current landscape.