Dallas-based Energy Transfer Partners LP is holding a binding open season to test support for intrastate Texas service from the Permian Basin to the Gulf Coast for up to 50,000 b/d of volume commitments on Phase 1 of Permian Express 3. The capacity offered would represent the remaining available volumes for first phase of the 140,000 b/d system. The remaining capacity is expected to come online later this year. For information contact Vice President Chris Martin at (713) 989-6250 or email him at email@example.com.
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If all the natural gas pipeline projects now under construction to serve producers in the Marcellus and Utica shales start up as scheduled this year, more than 23 Bcf/d of Northeast takeaway capacity would be online, according to the Energy Information Administration (EIA).
A “critical” lack of crude oil export capacity from Western Canada has forced Cenovus Energy Inc. to reduce production rates and store excess barrels in its reservoirs, the Calgary-based operator said Thursday.
A second capacity expansion to move more Permian Basin crude oil to multiple markets has been launched by NuStar Energy Inc.
With long-term weather forecasts pointing to possibly another warm winter ahead, natural gas forward markets fell an average 12 cents between Oct. 13 and 19, according to NGI’s Forward Look.
Even as the United States faces years of structural natural gas demand growth ahead, particularly in the form of liquefied natural gas and Mexican exports, the continued exploitation of shale resources will limit the need for more gas storage development, analysts say.
No Mexican shippers submitted bids at a small auction held Sunday to release capacity on the NET Mexico pipeline, which carries gas from the Agua Dulce hub in South Texas to the Texas border town Rio Grande City.
Tropical Storm Harvey rained its terror on Texas again on Wednesday, making landfall about 30 miles east-southeast of the massive petrochemical and refinery complex in Port Arthur. For the energy complex, processing plants and refineries were taking the biggest hits, with flooding expected to continue along the upper Texas coast and inland through Louisiana for the next few days.
A dramatic increase in processing and fractionation capacity in Appalachia since 2010 has helped set the pace for the region’s natural gas production growth, with more expansion on the horizon, the Energy Information Administration (EIA) said in a note Tuesday.
Enterprise Products Partners LP’s management team said it believes higher rigs counts in the Permian Basin, as well as the Haynesville and Eagle Ford shales, will inexorably lead to higher oil and natural gas volumes flowing through its systems, beginning in the second half of the year.