Russell Girling, president and chief executive officer of TransCanada Corp. (left) and Joe Oliver, Canada's natural resources minister.(Scott Dalton/Bloomberg)

South Dakota poll: 60 percent support Keystone pipeline

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The TransCanada Corp. project would transport oil from Canadian tar sands through Montana and South Dakota to Nebraska, where it would connect with existing pipelines to carry more than 800,000 barrels of crude oil a day to refineries along the Gulf Coast.
(Andrey Rudakov/Bloomberg)

Shell Midstream surges in early trading

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Shell’s midstream initial public offering took flight early Wednesday, gaining more than 40 percent shortly after trading started.
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Anadarko-affiliated partnership to pay $1.5 billion for Permian midstream company

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Western Gas Partners, a partnership formed by Anadarko, will pay $1.5 billion cash for Nuevo Midstream, a Houston-based  midstream company focused on gathering, processing and moving oil and gas from the Permian Basin.
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ONEOK buys Chevron NGL pipelines for $800 million

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The deal gives the company 2,600 miles of natural gas liquid gathering pipelines from southeast New Mexico to Mont Belvieu.
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Antero Resources’ midstream IPO looks for $788 million

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Antero Resources Corp. launched its master limited partnership with a Monday initial public offering, as the company looks to become the latest producer to show its midstream assets to investors
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Williams Cos. offers better terms for merger

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Under the deal, Tulsa, Oklahoma-based Williams will bring Oklahoma City-based Access Midstream Partners LP under the Williams Partners LP name.
(Scott Dalton/Bloomberg)

Regulators: Constitution pipeline’s environmental impact not significant

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Regulators have concluded that the Constitution pipeline and related Wright Interconnect Project would have a less-than-significant impact on the environment in a final analysis released today.
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US tribes testify against Canada pipeline

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Kinder Morgan Canada has proposed a $5.4 billion expansion of its existing Trans Mountain pipeline, which links oil from Alberta’s tar sands to the Vancouver, British Columbia-area.
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Phillips to move assets to MLP in $340 million deal

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Phillips 66 will send two crude oil rail facilities and pipeline assets to its midstream master limited partnership in a $340 million deal, the companies announced today.
Richard Kinder, left, with wife Nancy (Craig H. Hartley/For the Chronicle)

Kinder Morgan sets vote on merger for November

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The $44 billion transaction will be the second largest energy merger in U.S. history.