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Listen: US midstream sector eyes LNG opportunities, Mexico growth and financial overhauls

S&P Global Platts senior natural gas writer Harry Weber and S&P Global Market Intelligence midstream finance reporter Allison Good preview with natural gas managing editor Joe Fisher the upcoming first-quarter earnings season for midstream companies, which starts April 17 with Kinder Morgan's scheduled release.

Pipeline companies are increasingly venturing into LNG to connect gas from the wellhead to demand markets, in the US and overseas. Mergers and acquisitions and corporate restructurings also are in focus across the sector, which is looking to boost its growth potential by relying more on fixed fees and reducing exposure to volatile commodity prices.