United Energy Trading (UET) is proud to announce the establishment of a satellite office in The Permian Basin. Headquartered in Midland Texas, the office will be home to both UET and its affiliate UET Midstream, establishing complementary skill sets of marketing and asset development in this fast growing Basin. The scale of recent E&P operations in the Midland, Central and Delaware Basins has provided the area with better access to funding than ever before, allowing current production to overwhelm existing infrastructure. UET and UET Midstream together possess the experience to secure reliable off-take, achieve optimal markets, and provide gathering, storage, trucking services (including constructing truck stations), and both short and long term take-away solutions to benefit producers. Our primary focus in the Permian Basin will be the same as what has led to our success in other areas of North America: an unwavering commitment to providing value, honesty, open communication, and reliability for our customers. Invite UET Midstream to be on your list of providers so we can add valuable insights as your diligent partner in your critical decision making process.
Denver, CO, September, 2017—United Energy Trading, LLC (UET) has a reputation for compassion and involvement in our community. Following the effects of Hurricane Harvey, UET collected, transported and distributed relief donations to Houston, Texas. An immense amount of clothing, blankets, toiletries, toys, and other items for young children were driven down immediately following the storm. With UET’s presence in the Gulf Coast energy markets, UET felt compelled and obligated to contribute what we could.
Thanks to Gabriel Garcia, an employee at UET, our employees were also able to contribute collectively, adding to the donation that was driven down to Houston—it was a firm wide effort in our Denver office. In addition to the many items collected, UET management stepped in, donating over 500 t-shirts.
Gabriel Garcia has a big connection with the Houston area explaining, “UET is very active in the USGC markets and many of my colleagues in the Houston area are personal friends, so I felt compelled to do something. Denver shelters donated at least 200 pounds of clothing, while UET followed suit with the donation drive at the office as well.” Following the collection, Gabriel personally drove a packed Uhaul full of donations, all the way to Texas. Without the selflessness of Gabriel, compassion of his coworkers, and a management team that endorses charity, such actions would have never been possible.
It is truly powerful to see so many compassionate employees step up and do what is right in a time of need.