The following video is part of our "Motley Fool Conversations" series, in which energy editor/analyst Joel South discusses topics across the investing world.
In this edition, Joel talks about the massive infrastructure challenge facing the United States as domestic oil and natural gas production increases. More pipelines are needed to transport liquids from the developing shale plays as well as alleviate the oil glut in Cushing, Okla., by building pipelines from the midcontinent storage facilities to the East and Gulf coasts. Natural gas storage and shipping assets need to be built as LNG becomes the next major export. The expected price tag for developing these vital assets is to the tune of $10 billion to 20 billion per year for the foreseeable future. This video will discuss the instruments needed to accomplish this tremendous task and more importantly, how you can become part of the process and profit from the endeavor.
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