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OPEC secretary general speaks of market patience

Posted February 14, 2018 by Silvia Zurita in Business, Business Valuation, Construction, Deepwater, Downstream, Energy, Engineering, Financial, FPSO, Maritime, Midstream, Natural Gas, Offshore, Oil, Onshore, Petrochemical, Pipeline, Suppliers, Transportation, Upstream, Valuation

By Daniel J. Graeber  |  Feb. 14, 2018 at 9:27 AM - UPI News It's a long-term game, the secretary general said in his opening remarks at a conference in Riyadh. Feb. 14 (UPI) -- While pointing to emerging optimism in the energy markets, OPEC's secretary general said Wednesday that any focus on stability... Read More »

New Construction Starts in 2017 to Increase 5% to $713 billion

Posted October 24, 2016 by Silvia Zurita in Business, Business Valuation, Commercial, Construction, Construction News, Energy, Engineering, Financial, Infrastructure, Pipeline, Suppliers, Transportation, Valuation

Dodge Outlook Report predicts moderate growth for most project types – single family housing, commercial and institutional building, and public works, while multifamily housing levels off and electric utilities/gas plants decline. MARKET DATA |OCTOBER 24, 2016 |DODGE DATA & ANALYTICS Dodge Data & Analytics today released its 2017 Dodge Construction Outlook. The report... Read More »

5 Things to Know in Texas Energy this Week

Posted December 16, 2015 by Silvia Zurita in Business, Business Valuation, Commercial, Downstream, Energy, Engineering, Financial, Midstream, Oil, Petrochemical, Pipeline, Suppliers, Upstream, Valuation

The CEO of Cheniere Energy was ousted, two chemical giants became one and Kinder Morgan is weathering investor upset after a less-than-popular decision to cut dividends. Here are five things to know in Texas energy this week. If the Halliburton and Baker Hughes merger comprise the energy deal of the... Read More »

America’s Repiping – The Flanagan South Story

Posted December 11, 2014 by Silvia Zurita in Business, Construction, Energy, Engineering, Midstream, Oil, Onshore, Pipeline, Suppliers, Transportation, Uncategorized

Aside from the scale, engineering, design, construction and safety challenges, any of which could define a pipeliner’s career, what really motivates Enbridge’s Flanagan South Pipeline executives Jerrid Anderson and Mark Sitek, is the idea they are part of a larger socio-economic movement across North America. They’re helping to allow domestic... Read More »

Europe: Weaning itself off Russian energy

Posted May 30, 2014 by Silvia Zurita in Business, Construction, Deepwater, Downstream, Energy, Engineering, FPSO, Midstream, Natural Gas, Nuclear, Offshore, Oil, Onshore, Petrochemical, Pipeline, Shale, Suppliers, Upstream

  Washington, DC - The G7 recently met in Rome to discuss the challenges of energy security following Russia's invasion of the Crimean peninsula, and reaffirmed its commitment to pursuing collective energy security. "Energy should not be used as a means of political coercion nor as a threat to security,"... Read More »

EnergySense Weekly Oil And Gas Follies

Posted July 26, 2013 by Silvia Zurita in Big Lenders, Business, Business Valuation, Commercial, Construction, Construction News, Deepwater, Downstream, Energy, Engineering, Midstream, Natural Gas, Offshore, Oil, Onshore, Petrochemical, Pipeline, Shale, Solar Energy, Suppliers, Upstream

EnergySense Weekly Oil and Gas Follies – Volume 4, July 26, 2013 In which we briefly chronicle the week’s silliness, foibles, fake news and real news related to the oil and natural gas industry. Sierra Club hates this:  Natural Gas Trucks Improve Air Quality in Sugar Land – Solid waste... Read More »

Old Technology Fuels New Energy Boom

Posted May 13, 2013 by Silvia Zurita in Big Lenders, Business, Deepwater, Energy, Engineering, Natural Gas, Offshore, Oil, Suppliers, Upstream

With U.S. oil imports hitting a 17-year low, the mainstream media has awoken to the fact that, as I pointed out three years ago, peak oil is not happening anytime soon.  Charles Mann’s excellent cover story in this month’s Atlantic, “What If We Never Run Out of Oil?” focuses on an obscure, though... Read More »

Texas Energy Boom Fuels Best Performance Since ’09: Muni Credit

Posted January 11, 2013 by Silvia Zurita in Big Lenders, Business, Business Valuation, Commercial, Construction, Construction News, Energy, Financial, Natural Gas, Oil, Onshore, Suppliers

An oil and natural-gas boom in Texas is helping the largest U.S. energy producer pile up a record $11.8 billion in reserves, sustaining the best performance in its debt since 2009. Municipal securities of Texas issuers earned about 7.9 percent in 2012, eclipsing the 7.4 percent gain for the broader... Read More »