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Helped by a new pipeline expansion, Marcellus and Utica gas producers have ramped production to record levels this winter. The supply...
Occidental (OXY) is reported to be exploring a possible sale of its stake in Western Midstream (WES). East Daley Analytics made the case...
East Daley’s pipeline samples covering the ArkLaTex Basin have increased in February despite falling natural gas prices. The gains could...
Low natural gas prices have taken a toll on rig counts in the Anadarko Basin and led to lower activity on EnLink Midstream’s (ENLC) Central...
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At East Daley, while our origins are in the commodities world, we are anything but an equity shop. We’re a team of problem solvers – 10 analysts, certified financial advisors – with an unending curiosity about why things happen in the energy markets. We don’t just give you high level insights. We go deep, right down the the rig itself.
"The market currently is oversupplied by about 5 billion cubic feet a day and without producers choking back output, U.S. inventories would swell beyond storage capacity before next winter, said Ryan Smith, vice president of consulting at energy-data firm East Daley Analytics. “Prices might still have a little bit of downside risk."
"Analysts at East Daley Analytics noted that spot prices in the Permian Basin plunged into negative territory last week as maintenance on Permian Highway Pipeline (PHP) “bottled some production in the basin.”
“We see the strategic rationale for ET’s purchase. The company already had a joint tariff with Centurion through its Cushing-to-Nederland project, and now can directly ship crude from the Rockies and DJ Basin to Nederland (Texas). In addition, the Permian crude gathering assets could help support volumes on ET’s Permian crude egress pipelines."
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