Category: Pipelines

Midland, Cushing price difference not letting up, report says

A new government report says West Texas Intermediate crude traded in the Permian Basin market of Midland has averaged almost $6.70 per barrel less than the U.S. benchmark price set at a hub in Cushing, Oklahoma.  More »

Total to sell stake in Utica midstream business for $450 million

A day after revealing plans to sell $10 billion in assets by 2017, French oil giant Total announces plans to sell its stake in a Utica Shale project.  More »

Why Keystone XL Still Matters – 6 Years and Counting

Today marks the six year anniversary for TransCanada’s application for a presidential permit to build the remaining portion of the Keystone Pipeline system, better known as Keystone XL. After six long years of pushing paper in Washington, political rhetoric, and redundant studies, we still have inadequate infrastructure to manage the growing supply of crude oil […]  More »

Kinder Morgan looks to Maine to fill proposed pipeline capacity

With New England staring down another winter, Kinder Morgan and other companies have been seeking opportunities to fill the region’s growing energy needs.  More »

Cone Midstream Partners launches IPO

Cone Midstream Partners L.P., a master limited partnership formed by Consol Energy and Noble Energy, announced Wednesday it will offer 17.5 million common units for sale to the public.  More »

Enbridge to shift $900 million pipeline segment to Houston affiliate

Enbridge Inc. has announced a $900 million deal shifting its 66.7 percent interest in the U.S. segment of the Alberta Clipper Pipeline to its Houston-based affiliate, Enbridge Energy Partners L.P.  More »

Natural gas company seeks federal OK for pipeline

Houston-based Kinder Morgan wants a natural gas pipeline through northern Massachusetts .  More »

Keystone marks sixth anniversary with pipeline props

Shovels, anniversary cards and tours are all designed to highlight the six years since TransCanada Corp. first asked the U.S. government for permission to build the Keystone XL pipeline.  More »

Chevron draining natural gas after worker death

Authorities said that a Chevron Corp. subsidiary was still releasing natural gas Sunday from a pipeline off the Louisiana coast where a Saturday incident killed a maintenance worker.  More »

Oklahoma oil hub getting bigger with new pipelines

New pipeline projects are expanding the size of an Oklahoma crude oil hub that is already one of the most important oil storage facilities in the world.  More »

1 dead in gas accident on offshore La. platform

A contractor was killed and two others were injured Saturday during maintenance on a Chevron natural gas pipeline off the Louisiana coast, authorities said.  More »

CPUC Abandons Safety in PG&E Decision

After four years of political limbo, administrative law judges for the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) last week released their recommended enforcement actions against California’s largest utility.  Stemming from PG&E’s 2010 pipeline explosion in San Bruno, the recommendation will do little, if anything, to improve safety, and could actually undermine the company’s efforts to upgrade […]  More »