Midstream Business | January 2014 | Volume 4 | Issue 1
Table of Contents
034 | The Alchemy of Natural Gas
The shale gas boom is transmuting North America's manufacturing base, including the fertilizer and metals industries. It's not magic. It's the economy making the most of a great opportunity.
044 | A Shift in Focus
Robert G. Phillips serves as chairman, president and chielf executive of Crestwood Midstream Partners LP and Crestwood Equity Partners LP.
049 | 'Wellhead To Wall Socket'
ArcLight Capital finds "really intesting" midstream investment potential.
055 | Too Much, Too Soon?
The Marcellus is the No. 1 gas-producing region in the world. But does too much of a good thing kill it? Nort according to the midstreamers in the hear of the action.
061 | Old is New
Pump remanufacturing can overcome delays and reduce costs for pipeline projects.
064 | Woods, Lakes, Rocks
The legacy of midstream pioneer Frank Phillips lives on through Woolaroc Museum and Wildlife Preserve.
069 | 'Straight To The Point'
Style-and substance-bring this midstream analyst peer recognition.
073 | Crude By Rail As A Long-Term Transport Option
Industry observers say rail should remain a midstream player in the future even as more pipeline capacity goes onstream.
078 | The Next 'It' Plays?
A leading analyst shares his insights into up-and-coming shale plays throughout the nation.