Monday, May 7, 2018

Permian's Natural Gas Problem -- Same As The Bakken Early On -- May 7, 2018

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RBN Energy: Permian gas prices collapsing as production tests takeaway capacity limit.
Production of crude oil and associated gas in the Permian continues to rise, despite pipeline takeaway constraints that have widened crude spreads and depressed natural gas prices at the Waha Hub.
But while oil can be — and is being — transported by trucks and railroads when crude pipelines are full, natural gas needs to be either piped away or flared, and Permian gas production is now approaching the effective maximum takeaway capacity out of the basin. While a slew of new projects have been announced to relieve the Permian gas takeaway problem, the new capacity won’t arrive soon enough to keep Permian production from hitting the takeaway-capacity wall sometime in 2019.  Today, we begin begins a series examining Permian production trends and their implications for pipeline flows and pricing in Texas.

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