Enbridge's Ajax cryogenic natural gas processing plant located in the Anadarko gas gathering system area near Wheeler, Texas. (Enbridge)

Enbridge Energy Partners moves more oil in third quarter

Enbridge Energy Partners said Monday that an increase in the amount of oil the company transported drove its third-quarter results higher this year.
In this March 20, 2015 file photo, Cabot Oil & Gas Corp.'s external affairs director, George Stark, speaks during a breakfast hosted by the Greater Hazleton Chamber of Commerce in Hazleton, Pa., discussing regional effects of natural gas drilling. Tens of thousands of miles of pipeline are proposed for Pennsylvania during the next 10 years, according to state officials, and while the last decade of oil and gas development primarily took place in the state's shale regions, the next phase will tunnel through the midstate. (Ellen F. O'Connell/Standard-Speaker via AP, File)

Pipelines planned for midstate Pennsylvania

After 10 years of drilling, shale operators have more natural resources than the infrastructure to deliver it. There’s now more supply than demand, and pipeline builders are seizing the opportunity and submitting plans for an underground network to move through Pennsylvania.
(Daniel Acker/Bloomberg)

Natural gas pipeline builder announces route changes

In a filing Friday with federal regulators, Dominion Energy said the changes would reduce the potential impacts on salamander habitats in the Monongahela National Forest in West Virginia and the George Washington National Forest in Virginia.
(Lisa Poole / AP2009)

Phillips 66 posts big gain in earnings

Refining profits alone jumped 80 percent thanks to cheap feedstock from low oil prices and stronger margins.
Plant operators at the control room, pipes, towers and fractional facilities at Enterprise refinery in Mont Belvieu, Texas. (Thomas B. Shea/Houston Chronicle)

Enterprise Products Partners posts steady results, despite slump

The pipeline giant said the amount of fuel transported and processed helped ease some effects of lower commodity prices.

Vincent Lee, of TransCanada Corp., center, appears before the House Finance Committee on Wednesday, Oct. 28, 2015, in Juneau, Alaska. The Alaska Legislature is considering a buyout of TransCanada from a major liquefied natural gas project that the state is pursuing. (AP Photo/Becky Bohrer)

TransCanada official expresses support for gas project

— TransCanada Corp. believes in the Alaska liquefied natural gas project, but it also agrees with Gov. Bill Walker’s recommendation that the state buy out the company’s interest in it, a TransCanada official said Wednesday.
Dump trucks loaded with oil sands drive through the Suncor Energy Inc. mine in this aerial photograph taken near Fort McMurray, Alberta, Canada, on Thursday, June 4, 2015. (Ben Nelms/Bloomberg

Oil sands pipelines may be running out of room

Environmental activism is a major reason no new pipelines — including Keystone XL — have been built to transport oil sands crude away from Alberta since 2010, according to a new report.
A worker walks under a road of pipelines at the Petroleos Mexicanos Miguel Hidalgo oil refinery in Tula de Allende, Mexico, on Thursday, March. 6, 2013. Susana Gonzalez /Bloomberg

Commentary: California’s recent gasoline import surge – and how TAPS can help

Earlier this year, during a five-month timespan, gasoline imports in California increased more than 10 times above their typical level, the U.S. Energy Information Administration said. The reason, officials said, was the Feb. 18 explosion at a refinery in Torrance, Calif. The facility, a vital source of gasoline and distillate fuels, has the capacity to […]
(Daniel Acker/Bloomberg)

New way to bet on oil wipes out billions in investor savings

For years, brokers have been luring savers into drilling partnerships with the promise of fat payouts. But now this once hot business, a big source of fees for brokers and banks, is coming to a messy end.

Kinder Morgan details mystery financing tool with $1.6 billion offering

The offering will fill a hole in Kinder Morgan’s budget left after executives said they’d stop raising capital through sales of common stock.