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Friday Energy Facts: World Oil Transit Chokepoints Critical to Global Energy Security

December 5, 2014 by U.S. EIA: Today in Energy

Oil Transit Chokepoints

International energy markets depend on reliable transport routes. About 63% (56.5 million barrels per day) of the world's oil production in 2013 moved on maritime routes. Blocking a chokepoint, even temporarily, can lead to substantial increases in total energy costs and world energy prices.[read more]

Energy and the New Congress: Beyond Keystone

December 1, 2014 by Geoffrey Styles
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The Keystone XL pipeline has been under review by the Executive Branch for six years, yet despite its symbolic importance to both sides of the debate, and an apparent majority in both houses of the newly elected Congress favoring its construction, its future remains uncertain.[read more]

Energy Master Limited Partnerships Go Mainstream: Baird's Ethan Bellamy

October 18, 2014 by Jim Patrick

Ethan Bellamy specializes in the analysis of master limited partnerships at Robert W. Baird & Co. He was director of research for the Lehman Brothers MLP Opportunity Fund, where he was responsible for fundamental analysis and due diligence in public, PIPE and pre-IPO investments in natural resources.[read more]

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Unlocking America's Energy Potential through MLPs

June 20, 2014 by Mary Lyman

MLPs and Energy Potential

There’s no denying America’s quick emergence as an energy superpower. With breakthrough technologies and cutting-edge production processes, the United States is now able to take advantage of our vast energy resources like never before.[read more]

How Bitumen Gets to Market

December 18, 2013 by Robert Rapier
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Bitumen Transport

On my trip to the oil sands, the logistical issues of getting the bitumen to market were a major topic of discussion. The issue has received widespread attention in recent years as a result of the battle over the Keystone XL pipeline extension, which many view, incorrectly as I will show, as essential.[read more]