Houston-based NET Mexico Pipeline Partners LLC has asked FERC for the green light to build border-crossing facilities to export natural gas from the United States to Mexico. The company requested that the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission issue a presidential permit for the connection by October.
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Pennsylvania PUC Asks Localities to Fix Impact Fee Forms
The Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission (PUC) has asked about 70 municipalities to correct and resubmit a form showing how they spent their share of impact fee revenue from Act 13, the state’s omnibus Marcellus Shale law.
Energen Test Wells in Permian Show Promise
Energen Corp. management said the first quarter of 2013 was “both encouraging and challenging” as test wells in the Third Bone Spring and Wolfberry formations of the Permian Basin performed well, but cold weather and interference issues worked against the company as profits fell slightly.
Commodity Group Seeks to Reinstate Spec Limits
An alliance of organizations that represent commodity-dependent industries, businesses and end-users has asked a federal court in Washington, DC, to reverse an earlier decision tossing out the Commodity Futures Trading Commission’s (CFTC) controversial rule limiting excessive speculation in the multi-trillion swaps market.
Commodity Group Files Brief to Reinstate Speculation Limits
An alliance of organizations that represents commodity-dependent industries, businesses and end-users has asked a federal court in Washington, DC, to reverse an earlier decision tossing out the Commodity Futures Trading Commission’s (CFTC) controversial rule limiting excessive speculation in the multi-trillion swaps market.
AGA Seeks Guidance on Physical Contracts Under Dodd-Frank
To ensure compliance with Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) regulations, the American Gas Association (AGA) has asked the agency to clarify the extent to which non-financial contracts for the physical delivery of natural gas are within the scope of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform Act’s regulation of “swaps.”
El Paso Seeks Willcox Lateral Expansion Start-Up
El Paso Natural Gas, a Kinder Morgan pipeline, has asked FERC for authorization to place the remaining portions of the expansion of its Willcox Lateral into service. The pipeline will make more natural gas available for delivery to power plants in northern Mexico.
Southern Proposes Mainline Compression Expansions
Southern Natural Gas Co. LLC has asked the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission for the green light to make modifications to three compressor stations on its mainline system: the DeArmanville Compressor Station and its Auburn and Selma stations.
Kinder Pipeline Seeks OK to Move More Gas to Mexico
Kinder Morgan Texas Pipeline LLC (KMTP) has asked FERC for authorization to increase the design capacity of its U.S.-Mexico border facilities from 425 MMcf/d to 700 MMcf/d.
Consumer Group Seeks to Overturn PG&E Pipeline Safety Plan
California’s major utility watchdog group, The Utility Reform Network (TURN), asked state regulators Wednesday to reverse their approval in December allowing $214 million of utility ratepayer support for part of Pacific Gas and Electric Co.’s (PG&E) multi-year natural gas pipeline safety enhancement plan.