Where are my Permian Barrels Going?

Where are my Permian Barrels Going?

“Capacity” – one of the most aggravating, yet one of the most common words coming out of West Texas and Southeastern New Mexico today. Production is at record highs, almost doubling within the past ten years, but exploration and production companies are having to ask themselves what they are going…

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Ryan Cowan is a Senior Manager in the Solution Design group at Quorum. In this role, Mr. Cowan is responsible for the oversight of the myQuorum Crude Transportation program engaging with several of the largest liquid pipeline and storage companies in North America. With 8 years of oil and gas experience, Mr. Cowan has engaged with over a dozen midstream Fortune 500 companies in both the oil and gas space. Mr. Cowan has a BBA from the Rawls College of Business at Texas Tech University.

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