Mid-Continent Regional News

Stack of pipelines

Energy Transfer, Magellan and More Team up for Permian Pipeline Project

Booming American energy production has resulted in pipeline bottlenecks, preventing additional supplies of energy, which could help lower prices, from reaching consumers across the...

With Pipelines Full, Oil and Gas Companies Turning to Trucks, Rail

As we have previously reported, our increasingly constrained infrastructure hampers economic development and causes families, farmers, and businesses to pay more for the energy...

Report: Pipeline Constraints Could Curtail $1.4 Billion in Permian Completions

Across the country, infrastructure constraints continue to prevent communities from realizing their potential for economic growth and the creation of new employment opportunities. Upwards of...

Affordable Energy, Affordable Travel and Expanded Opportunities for Emerging Economies

A hundred years ago, international travel was either for the wealthy or for migrants who wanted a new life so bad that they were...
Suburban Sprawl

So What’s Your Solution for Suburban Sprawl?

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) asserts that suburbanites consume more energy than the higher populated inner cities. Suburbanites must use their automobiles to commute...