Cheniere Energy Inc.’s Midship Pipeline has entered service to move more natural gas from the Midcontinent to Gulf Coast and Southeast markets, including the company’s Corpus Christi liquefied natural gas (LNG) export terminal in South Texas.
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Epic Y-Grade LP plans to build a second, 110,000 b/d greenfield natural gas liquids (NGL) fractionator at a South Texas fractionation complex to accommodate more Permian Basin and Eagle Ford Shale volumes, the company announced Thursday.
FERC on Thursday approved three liquefied natural gas (LNG) export projects proposed for Cameron County, TX, and certificated an additional liquefaction train to be located at Cheniere Energy Inc.’s existing South Texas export facility.
Whistler Pipeline LLC, which would move up to 2 Bcf/d from the Permian Basin to South Texas and beyond, on Friday launched a binding open season to secure commitments for the remaining capacity.
Cheniere Energy Inc. has big plans for growing its extensive liquefaction capabilities, with further brownfield expansions being considered at the Corpus Christi liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminal, which management said is an “ideal location to match new gas supply with global LNG demand over the long term.”
Houston, often called the energy capital of the world, served as a fitting backdrop for Cheniere Energy Inc. to announce a long-term deal to tap Permian Basin natural gas for a planned expansion at its Corpus Christi liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminal. Freeport LNG signed a deal of its own with Redwood Markets Inc., launching an online storefront to sell cargoes ahead of the peak winter season.
A Houston-based operator is proposing to build another oil terminal near Corpus Christi in South Texas to serve a pipeline blitz moving supply from the Permian Basin and Eagle Ford Shale.
Epic Y-Grade Holdings LP said Thursday two of its affiliates were selected to build more than 130 miles of ethane and ethylene pipeline to support the massive steam cracker underway in South Texas.
Low salt stocks risk a repeat of a natural gas price spike if there is early cold weather, leading analysts with BofA Merrill Lynch Global Research to increase the average New York Mercantile Exchange price forecast for this coming winter to $3.00/MMBtu.
The Port of Corpus Christi, about 200 miles south of the energy capital of Houston, is expected to emerge over the coming decade as the nation’s No. 1 crude export hub because of major investments in shipping facilities and pipeline infrastructure, according to Wood Mackenzie.