Infrastructure

Upper Midwest Is a Tough Place to Run Out of Propane

The confluence of events that wracked Midwest and Northeast propane markets during January really could not have been foreseen, and while the energy industry is doing what it can to fix the situation, it faces limitations, Enterprise Products Partners LP COO Jim Teague said Thursday during an earnings conference call. Read More

Manitoba, Upper Midwest Supply Emergency Ends

Last weekend's natural gas supply emergency that gripped parts of the Canadian province Manitoba, as well as Minnesota, Wisconsin and North Dakota, was coming to an end Tuesday as TransCanada Pipeline crews continued working to repair sections of a Mainline lateral that were damaged by an explosion Saturday. Read More

Dominion Limits North-South Nominations

Dominion Transmission (DTI) on Monday estimated North-to-South capacity for nominations on its system for Feb. 1 at 850,000 Dth/d. The volume may be adjusted "on a daily or periodic basis as required by operational conditions," the company said in an informational posting. Read More