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Energy Transfer to expand in Mont Belvieu with $385 million project

Posted by Jordan Blum Date: February 23, 2017
Monday, February 27, 2017

Energy Transfer to expand in Mont Belvieu with $385 million project Posted by Jordan Blum Date: February 23, 2017 Dallas-based Energy Transfer Partners said it plans to expand its Lone Star campus east of Houston in Mont Belvieu with the addition of a $385 million fractionator and storage system.

Energy Transfer said it’s responding to the increasing production levels coming from the Permian Basin that’s flowing into Houston. Energy Transfer’s planned fractionator would take streams of natural gas liquids that are collected during oil production, and then separate the liquids into in . . .

U.S. drillers add oil rigs for sixth week in a row: Baker Hughes

Reuters COMMODITIES | Fri Feb 24, 2017 | 1:06pm EST
Monday, February 27, 2017

U.S. drillers added oil rigs for a sixth consecutive week, extending a nine-month recovery as shale producers ramp up spending to take advantage of a recovery in oil prices.

Drillers added five oil rigs in the week to Feb. 24, bringing the total count up to 602, the most rigs since October 2015, energy services firm Baker Hughes Inc said on Friday.

During the same week a year ago, there were 400 active oil rigs.

Since crude prices first topped $50 a barrel in May after recovering from 13-year lows last February, drillers have added a total of 286 oil rigs in 35 of the p . . .

Shale Drilling Up as OPEC Cuts Keep Oil above $50

Bloomberg (Lipschultz Feb. 17, 2017)
Tuesday, February 21, 2017

Drillers have added 72 rigs since 2017 began, the best start in five years. The expansion is spreading in Texas and Oklahoma, with the Granite Wash play leading the increase. Shale wildcatters pushed ahead on the biggest surge in U.S. oil drilling since 2012 as the explorers take advantage of prices above $50 for more than two months.

Rigs targeting crude in the U.S. rose by 6 to 597 this week, the highest total since October 2015, according to Baker Hughes Inc. data reported Friday. Drillers have added 72 rigs since 2017 began, the best start in five years. The expansion is spreading . . .

EIA: US Shale Oil Output To Rise In March By 80,000 BPD.

Ruters 2/13 (Reporting by Catherine Ngai; Editing by Marguerita Choy and Leslie Adler)
Tuesday, February 14, 2017

Reuters (2/13) reports the US Energy Information Administration’s drilling productivity report shows that March oil production “is forecast to rise by 79,000 barrels per day to 4.87 million bpd,” which would be the biggest monthly rise since October. In the Permian shale play of West Texas and New Mexico, output “is forecast to rise by more than 70,000 bpd to 2.25 million bpd, in what would be the biggest monthly rise since January 2016.” Meanwhile, Eagle Ford production in Texas “is expected to rise by 14,000 bpd to 1.08 million bpd, the first monthly increase since December 2015, EIA data sh . . .

Total Rig Count Increases 12 To 741

2/10, Jamerson, Subscription Publication The Wall Street Journal (Ruters and Fuel Fix also reported)
Monday, February 13, 2017

The Wall Street Journal (2/10, Jamerson, Subscription Publication) reports Baker Hughes said that the number of oil rigs drilling in the US increased by 8 last week, bringing the total to 591. The gas rig count increased by 4 to 149, while offshore rigs fell by 1 to 21. Reuters (2/10, DiSavino) reports the data shows the average rate of rig additions over the past four weeks increased to 17, the highest rate since February 2012. Raymond James said in a note that it expects the combined oil and natural gas rig count to be 850 in 2017. Fuel Fix (TX) (2/10) reports the Permian Basin led the incre . . .

Houston equity firm's company makes acquisition

By Mike D. Smith Published 3:09 pm, Thursday, January 5, 2017
Friday, January 6, 2017

A global trailer running gear and chassis assembly company that is majority-owned by a Houston private equity firm has acquired two vehicle components manufacturers. Dexter -- part of DexKo Global -- has acquired Ingersoll Axles' assets that build heavy duty axles and suspension systems. The company also has acquired light duty manufacturer Standen. Ingersoll Axles and Standen will be merged into one company and operate as a subsidiary of Dexter. Dexter plans to acquire Ingersoll Axles' manufacturing locations in Ontario, Alberta and Indianapolis. Houston-based The Sterling Group owns a maj . . .

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