Category: Pipelines

Judge rules shale gas pipeline can cross holdout properties

U.S. District Judge Malachy Mannion ruled that the Constitution Pipeline has the necessary permits from the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission and that it serves the public interest by providing additional natural gas pipeline capacity.  More »

Exxon finishes $1.3 million in work from 2011 Montana spill

The Texas oil giant paid for emergency training for local responders, fisheries improvement projects on the river and new leak detection equipment for the state.  More »

Southwestern Energy sells Pennsylvania pipelines for $500 million

Natural gas producer Southwestern Energy will sell its gathering assets in Pennsylvania for $500 million, the company announced Thursday morning.  More »

Anadarko buys into Colorado-to-Cushing pipeline project

The Woodlands-based firm said Wednesday it has purchased a 20-percent stake in the pipeline company building the 550-mile Saddlehorn pipe, which is expected to start piping oil from the DJ Basin to the oil hub in Cushing in the middle of next year.  More »

Out of Keystone debate’s glare, pipelines going in nationwide

While the Keystone project awaits a final decision, lesser-known developments have quietly added more than 11,600 miles of pipeline to the nation’s domestic oil network.  More »

Feds take comments on $5 billion natural gas pipeline

The pipeline is a joint project of Dominion, Piedmont, Duke Energy and AGL Resources.  More »

Railroads work to recover from derailments as group calls for oil train ban

Canadian National Railway Co. is building a 1,500-foot long track to bypass a burning train that derailed Saturday in northern Ontario, while BNSF Railway Co. crews were working Sunday to reopen track in rural Illinois after a train carrying oil derailed three days ago.  More »

Kinder Morgan IDs shippers for planned natural gas pipeline

The pipeline’s capacity is from 1.2 billion to 2.2 billion cubic feet of gas per day.  More »

Crude inventories at their highest level in decades after another build

Total crude oil inventories now stand at 444.4 million barrels, a modern-era high.  More »

US running out of room to store oil; price collapse next?

If record production in the U.S. keeps up, storage tanks could approach their operational limits, known in the industry as “tank tops,” by mid-April and send the price of crude — and probably gasoline, too — plummeting.  More »

Kinder Morgan to give more public info on New Hampshire pipeline plan

In a letter sent last week to Kinder Morgan, the state’s congressional delegation asked the company to do more public outreach beyond five meetings conducted recently in communities affected by the proposal.  More »

Effort to seize Nebraska land for pipeline remain on hold

The proposed pipeline still needs presidential approval before it could be built across Montana, South Dakota and Nebraska to connect with existing pipelines.  More »

Crestwood Equity Partners to cut jobs

The CEO of Crestwood Equity Partners told investors Tuesday the company will ax an undisclosed number of jobs as part of a effort to save $25 million to $30 million in the first half of the year as it deals with the aftereffects of falling oil prices.  More »

Alternate routes proposed for Atlantic Coast Pipeline in Virginia

Dominion Resources spokesman Jim Norvelle tells media outlets that one alternate route would cross about 10 fewer bodies of water in Augusta and Nelson counties than the current proposed route.  More »

Enterprise Products, Anadarko, Markwest and DCP announce joint venture for NGL pipeline

Under the terms announced, Enterprise will continue to own 55 percent of the line that connects to its processing and storage hub in Mont Belvieu, Texas.  More »
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