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2 crew members injured after pipeline ruptures in Gulf

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The cause of the rupture is under investigation.
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Iowa board gets 3,700 objections on proposed oil pipeline

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A utilities board that will soon decide whether to allow a private company to build an oil pipeline in Iowa says it has received roughly 3,700 objections on the project.
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Hundreds march to protest proposed natural gas pipeline

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Those against PennEast’s proposal said during the mile-long march they’re concerned the pipeline would badly damage the landscape and natural resources in the region, and lower property values.
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Report: Massachusetts riddled with natural gas leaks

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Some leaks are decades old.
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Midstream transactions drove oil and gas deals in the second quarter

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During the second quarter, analysts at PwC tracked 47, $50 million-or-larger oil and gas deals, totaling $38.8 billion.
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Energy Transfer explores crude pipeline in Texas, New Mexico

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The proposed Delaware Basin Crude Gathering Pipeline would have a capacity of 120,000 barrels per day of crude oil and consist of three gathering systems totaling about 130 miles of pipeline.
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NextEra Agrees to Buy Texas Gas Pipelines for $2.1 Billion

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By buying closely held NET Midstream, NextEra Energy Partners will gain the ability to ship 3 billion cubic feet of Texas shale gas a day, with the potential to expand that by 1 billion cubic feet, the company said in a statement Monday.
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Williams to evaluate sale before merger vote

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The Williams Cos. said Wednesday it wouldn’t hold a shareholder vote on its proposed $13.8 billion consolidation until after the company finishes evaluating a potential sale.
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Group set to sue U.S. agency over pipeline safety plans

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Leaders of the conservation organization said it filed the required “intent to sue” notice through certified mail, giving officials 60 days to issue regulations or face a federal lawsuit.
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Midstream company secures funding for first leg of giant Houston crude oil storage facility

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The project, first proposed in 2011 when the shale drilling boom was beginning to flood U.S. storage with crude oil, will hold up to 20 million barrels of crude oil.