Midstream Infrastructure Development – Who Will Prosper?
||May 24, 2016
||1:30 PM (Tue) - 2:30 PM (Tue)
||Kevin Petak, Joel Bluestein
The INGAA Foundation recently released the ICF study North America Midstream Infrastructure Development through 2035: Leaning Into the Headwinds. This is the fourth report ICF supported INGAA with to project future midstream infrastructure requirements for natural gas and, more recently, oil and gas liquids. With recent market changes in mind, this new study analyzes the potential impacts of reduced commodity (i.e., oil and gas) prices and uncertainty about the economic outlook. Like past studies, this insight informs industry, policymakers, and stakeholders about the ongoing dynamics of North America’s energy markets, and the infrastructure required to serve them.
This webinar examines midstream infrastructure development more explicitly over the next five years with a focus on implications for investors, LDCs, and midstream operators.
In this webinar, we will highlight:
- The risks and opportunities for midstream development in light of producer bankruptcies and the expanding role that utilities are playing in its development
- The geographic diversity of midstream development
- Where development is likely to remain robust and where it may suffer.