Merchant Energy Holdings LLC is holding a nonbinding open season through Feb. 20 for up to 8 Bcf of firm, high-deliverability, multi-cycle working gas storage capacity available April 1 at its ECGS facility in Logan County, CO, about 90 miles east of the Cheyenne Hub. ECGS began operation in April and is completing its second phase of expansion, which includes additional injection/withdrawal wells, gathering and processing facilities and gas compression. ECGS is connected with Trailblazer Pipeline and has access to other major pipelines at the Cheyenne Hub. Total injection and withdrawal capability after the expansion will be more than 200,000 Dth/d. For information, visit www.mehllc.com or contact Scott Smith, (713) 403-6472, firstname.lastname@example.org; or Kevin Legg, (720) 351-4004, email@example.com.
Chevron Corp. is realigning its natural gas and midstream business by consolidating the supply and trading functions into a single group within its gas and midstream unit. Until now the downstream business oversaw Chevron’s trading operations for crude oil and refined products, while the gas and midstream business was responsible for natural gas and liquefied natural gas trading. “These changes will more tightly integrate our supply and trading activities and allow our gas and midstream organization to create value across our upstream and downstream assets,” said Chevron Chairman John Watson. Joe Geagea is to lead the realigned business.
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