Pipelines

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TransCanada’s Keystone stand-in faces $1 billion gas feud

Building an oil line from North Bay, Ontario, to Ottawa instead of altering the existing one would cost at least $1 billion more and put Energy East in jeopardy, the company says.  More »
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Crestwood says strong demand for New England pipeline

The Houston company says it has received hundreds of millions of cubic feet per day in natural gas commitments for the 30-mile pipeline.  More »
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Tesoro Logistics to acquire Colorado company for $2.5 billion

The deal is expected to close by the end of the year.  More »
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Tesoro Logistics buying QEP’s gas processing business

Tesoro Logistics LP agreed to buy QEP Resources natural-gas gathering and processing business for $2.5 billion in cash to expand in the Rocky Mountain region and North Dakota.  More »
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Man who claimed Alaska pipeline sabotage acquitted of lying to FBI

An Alaska man who told federal investigators he blew a hole in the trans-Alaska pipeline in 1978 has been acquitted of lying to the FBI.  More »
Emilio Lozoya, CEO of Petroleos Mexicanos  (Susana Gonzalez/Bloomberg)

NuStar, Pemex plan pipeline project to Northern Mexico

The deal will be one of the first joint ventures between energy companies in the United States and Mexico following the latter country’s reform efforts encouraging foreign investment.  More »
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Kinder Morgan picks Pemex subsidiary for Tennessee-to-Texas pipeline project

Kinder Morgan has closed a solicitation period for shipping contracts along its South System Flexibility Project with a commitment from the natural gas arm of Petróleos Mexicanos.  More »
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Permian crudes weaken after Sunoco pipeline spill

Crude extracted from the largest U.S. oil field weakened against the U.S. benchmark after producers lost access to Midwest markets when a 4,000-barrel spill in Louisiana forced the shutdown of a key pipeline.  More »
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Shell Pipeline begins second open season for Westward Ho pipeline

The line will accommodate an anticipated increase in U.S. Gulf of Mexico crude oil coming into Louisiana.  More »
In a cell phone photo taken by protesters and provided to news media by the Calhoun County Sheriff Department, Chris Wahmhoff stands near the pipeline he crawled into Monday morning, June 24, 2013 near Marshall, Mich. Wahmhoff emerged from the pipe about 5 p.m., after 10 hours.  Protesters seek to halt Enbridge Inc.'s building of a new line, saying it endangers public health. (AP Photo/Calhoun County Sheriff Department via The Enquirer)

Protestor who spent 10 hours in pipeline to face trial

The Kalamazoo man is a Green Party candidate for U.S. Senate.  More »
A Keystone XL pipeline protester demonstrates outside of the White House on Wednesday, February 13, 2013. (Olivier Douliery/Abaca Press)

Keystone be darned: Canada finds oil route around Obama

From the Canadian perspective, Keystone has become a tractor mired in an interminably muddy field.  More »
In this photo taken on Friday, Sept. 12, 2014, contracted employees with a two-man Dominion route survey team work their way across a field near Guthrie Road in Suarts Draft, Va. They help survey the route for the Dominion's proposed natural gas pipeline. (AP Photo/The Staunton News Leader, Mike Tripp)

Appalachian pipeline gets a new route

Energy companies have revised the route of a proposed natural gas pipeline that would run from West Virginia to Virginia.  More »
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