While part of Energy Transfer Partners LP’s Rover Pipeline Phase 1 remains on track for an early July start-up, the rest of Phase 1 is likely to get pushed back, a company spokeswoman said Thursday.
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In a letter Tuesday responding to FERC’s May 10 order that suspended new horizontal directional drilling (HDD) for the Rover Pipeline, backer Energy Transfer Partners LP asked Commission staff to allow completion of two HDDs critical to laterals in Ohio and West Virginia.
Oneok Partners LP plans to invest $480-680 million between now and the end of 3Q2016 to build two natural gas processing facilities and associated infrastructure in North Dakota and Wyoming, the partnership said Monday.
Oneok Partners LP said it plans to invest $440 million in Wyoming’s Powder River Basin to buy a natural gas liquids (NGL) processing facility and to upgrade related infrastructure.
Enterprise Products Partners LP overcame the effect of lower natural gas processing margins in its pipelines and services segment to deliver record gross operating margin during the first quarter, as well as a 16% increase in profits. Oil-related infrastructure put in a strong showing, particularly in the Eagle Ford Shale
Bluescape Resources Co. LLC (BRC) is under way with the construction of a 52-mile natural gas pipeline in West Virginia, a structure that the company hopes will one day connect future production from its wells in the Marcellus Shale with the marketplace.
Tight natural gas and shale gas boosted British Columbia’s (BC) reserves numbers to record levels from 2009 to 2010, and more gains are expected as development continues, according to the province’s energy regulator.
Saying its system was operating at high inventories and its two storage fields (Bear Creek in northwest Louisiana and Muldon in Mississippi) are at maximum injection capability, Southern implemented an OFO Type 6 for long imbalances Thursday until further notice. The pipeline said it was highly likely that the OFO would continue through Friday, but a further extension for Saturday was “too close to call.”
After much promise but little action, the area of the Niobrara Shale play extending into southeast Wyoming has energy stakeholders in that state scratching their heads. The prospect of more seismic testing has at least one high-level state official encouraged.