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Correction

In the Sept. 1 issue, the article “Central Pennsylvania Co-Op Growing to Distribute More Marcellus Gas In-State” incorrectly stated the fee Juniata County must pay to join the SEDA-COG Natural Gas Cooperative. The membership fee is $20,000. NGI regrets the error.

September 1, 2017

Correction

In the article “Dakota Access Impact to U.S. Oil Markets Uncertain, Say Analysts,” NGI’s Shale Daily incorrectly referred to a capacity for DAPL of “370 million b/d.” The capacity is actually 370,000 b/d. NGIregrets the error.

April 28, 2017

Correction

In the article “Senate Dems Urge Trump to Make FERC Nominations, Restore Quorum,” NGI incorrectly stated that a law would prevent President Trump from nominating three Republicans to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission. In fact, the law states that no more than three members may be from the same political party. NGI regrets the error.

March 9, 2017

Correction

In the article “Consol-Noble JV to Build Marcellus Dry Gas Pipeline” (see Shale Daily, May 29), it was incorrectly reported that a 24-inch diameter dry natural gas pipeline in West Virginia would be completed in six to nine months. The joint venture plans to begin construction of the pipeline in six to nine months, and the time to build and complete the pipeline would be an additional six to nine months. NGI’s Shale Daily regrets the error.

May 30, 2013

Correction

In the article “XTO, MarkWest Execs Tout Shale Success, Push Public Interaction, LNG Exports” (see Shale Daily, Sept. 21), NGI’s Shale Daily incorrectly stated that the Golden Pass liquefied natural gas terminal project is being developed by Cheniere Energy Inc. The Golden Pass Products liquefaction expansion project is a partnership of affiliates of Qatar Petroleum International (70% ownership) and ExxonMobil Corp. (30%). NGI’s Shale Daily regrets the error.

September 25, 2012

Correction

In the article “IPAA-Backed Study Says EPA Finding in Pavillion, WY, ‘Unsupported'” (see Shale Daily, May 18), NGI incorrectly stated that S.S. Papadopulos & Associates is Houston-based. The firm is based in Bethesda, MD. NGI regrets the error.

May 21, 2012

Correction

In the article “TransCanada: Marcellus-Backed Flow Reversal Is Inevitable” (see NGI, Feb. 27), NGI incorrectly stated that Union Gas is working on plans for a new import route from New York State to its Dawn storage and trading hub in southern Ontario. Union Gas in fact has no plans for a competitive pipeline with an import route from New York State to Dawn. The company says it has discussed the need for an expansion of pipeline capacity east of Parkway to Maple to relieve a transportation bottleneck on this corridor, and it continues to believe an expansion of this path is required. NGI regrets the error.

March 12, 2012

Correction

In the article “TransCanada: Marcellus-Backed Flow Reversal Is Inevitable” (see Daily GPI, Feb. 27), NGI incorrectly stated that Union Gas is working on plans for a new import route from New York State to its Dawn storage and trading hub in southern Ontario. Union Gas in fact has no plans for a competitive pipeline with an import route from New York State to Dawn. The company says it has discussed the need for an expansion of pipeline capacity east of Parkway to Maple to relieve a transportation bottleneck on this corridor, and it continues to believe an expansion of this path is required. NGI regrets the error.

March 7, 2012

Correction

In the article “Bison Pipeline is Back and Eyeing Growth” (see NGI, Oct. 17), NGI misquoted Todd Johnson, TransCanada’s marketing director for U.S. Pipelines West, in his remarks regarding the company’s restart of the Bison natural gas pipeline following a rupture in July. For the record, TransCanada provided the following statement: “TransCanada worked closely with the Pipeline Hazardous Materials and Safety Administration (PHMSA) in the aftermath of the incident to identify what actions would need to be taken in order to safely return the pipeline to service at its approved maximum allowable operating pressure. Among other things, TransCanada conducted an inline inspection of the entire length of the pipe and provided the data and analysis to PHMSA. PHMSA worked diligently with the TransCanada team and the information provided and concluded that as of noon Saturday, October 8, Bison could safely lift its force majeure condition and return to full service at its original maximum allowable operating pressure.” NGI regrets the error.

October 24, 2011

Correction

In the article “Senate Passes Pipeline Safety Reauthorization Bill” (see Daily GPI, Oct. 19), NGI incorrectly stated that a provision that would have grandfathered older pipelines from having to install certain safety devices had been removed from S. 275. In fact, senators included in the bill an amendment calling “for testing to confirm the material strength of previously untested natural gas pipelines located in certain areas.” The amendment would require tests on pipelines operating at more than 30% of specified minimum yield strength in densely populated or environmentally sensitive areas. Language requiring the use of automatic or remote-controlled shut-off valves “on transmission pipelines constructed or entirely replaced” after a final rule is issued remains in the legislation. NGI regrets the error.

October 24, 2011
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