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Linn Now Eyeing Split into Two Onshore Companies; Management Team Stepping Aside

Linn Energy Inc. revised its initial plan to separate into three standalone companies and now expects to break into two entities in 3Q2018: a pure play exploration and production (E&P) company focused on the Midcontinent, and an upstream and midstream outfit with assets in several unconventional regions. The entire management team, including CEO Mark Ellis, also is planning to retire. Read More

Kinder Morgan Putting Bulk of Investments in Natural Gas; Second Permian Line in ‘Very Early’ Discussions

The natural gas segment makes up the “vast majority” -- about 90% -- of $900 million worth of projects added into Kinder Morgan Inc.’s backlog during the first quarter as the Texas-based company reported back-to-back quarters of transport volume growth and is eyeing opportunities for new investment, CEO Steven Kean said Wednesday. Read More

As FERC Review of NatGas Pipeline Policy Nears, House Lawmakers Divided Over Priorities

Two days before FERC holds an open meeting to discuss reviewing its policy for evaluating the need for natural gas pipelines, House lawmakers gave very disparate views on how the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission should proceed -- with some calling for faster permitting and others a more transparent process to appease landowners. Read More

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