Consolidating

Pioneer Proposes West Texas MLP Buyout

Pioneer Natural Resources Co. (PXD) has made a buyout offer to Pioneer Southwest Energy Partners LP(PSE) with the goal of consolidating the companies’ properties in the Midland Basin in West Texas.

May 13, 2013

Alaska Lawmakers Ponder In-State Gasline Bill

Legislation aimed at consolidating and advancing efforts to develop an in-state natural gas pipeline to commercialize North Slope reserves and get much-needed gas to Alaskans in the central and southern part of the state has been approved by the state’s House of Representatives, but it was put on a back burner when it reached the Senate.

April 2, 2012

Alaska Lawmakers Ponder In-State Gasline Bill

Legislation aimed at consolidating and advancing efforts to develop an in-state natural gas pipeline to commercialize North Slope reserves and get much-needed gas to Alaskans in the central and southern part of the state has been approved by the state’s House of Representatives, but it was put on a back burner when it reached the Senate.

March 30, 2012

Pennsylvania DEP Removes Obstacle to Recycling Drilling Wastewater

The Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) is consolidating three of its wastewater permits to encourage liquid waste recycling from oil and natural gas drilling, and to reduce water withdrawals.

March 23, 2012

Industry Brief

Dallas-based J-W Energy Co. said it is consolidating midstream activities currently conducted by subsidiaries J-W Gathering Co., J-W Pipeline Co. and Q-West Energy Co. into a single subsidiary, J-W Midstream Co. The goal of the new subsidiary is to expand J-W Energy’s presence as a full-service provider of midstream services to the upstream natural gas sector. J-W Midstream operates more than 400 miles of natural gas pipeline systems in Louisiana, Texas and Wyoming, and has the capacity to gather and treat more than 600 MMcf/d at 17 facilities, the company said.

February 2, 2012

Lawmaker Aims to Speed Alaska In-State Gasline

Alaska Republican House Speaker Rep. Mike Chenault of Nikiski on Tuesday introduced legislation aimed at consolidating and advancing efforts to develop an in-state gas pipeline to commercialize North Slope reserves and get much-needed gas to the state’s residents. The project also would support exporting liquefied natural gas (LNG).

January 26, 2012

ConocoPhillips Consolidates Global Trading Arms

ConocoPhillips last week said it was consolidating its regional trading arm into a global business based in London to increase its presence in physical natural gas and oil marketing. The London office will monitor U.S. and Asian markets, while the supply trading would be carried out in Houston, where the company is headquartered.

January 25, 2010

Reports: ConocoPhillips Consolidating Global Trading Arms

ConocoPhillips is said to be consolidating its regional trading arm into a global business to be based in London to increase its presence in physical natural gas and oil marketing. According to press reports, the London office would monitor U.S. and Asian markets, while the supply trading would be carried out in Houston, where the company is headquartered.

January 21, 2010

California LNG: BHP Billiton Leaves State, Mitsubishi Stays

Australia’s resources giant BHP Billiton will close its Southern California office in Oxnard, CA, at the end of July, consolidating West Coast liquefied natural gas (LNG) operations in its Houston office, a spokesperson in California told NGI last week. A Houston-based spokesperson separately confirmed that the Cabrillo Port offshore LNG terminal project is effectively dead, and the company continues to weigh its options in California.

July 30, 2007

California LNG: BHP Billiton Leaves State, Mitsubishi Stays

Australia’s resources giant BHP Billiton will close its Southern California office in Oxnard, CA, at the end of July, consolidating West Coast liquefied natural gas (LNG) operations in its Houston office, a California spokesperson for the company told NGI Wednesday. A Houston-based spokesperson separately confirmed that the Cabrillo Port offshore LNG receiving terminal project is effectively dead, and the company continues to weigh its options in California.

July 26, 2007
‹ Previous 1 2