Equitrans LP has asked FERC for a four-month extension of the deadline to complete and place in service its proposed Big Sandy Pipeline. The project is intended to ease transportation constraints in eastern Kentucky that have caused producers to shut in natural gas production in recent years.
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Equitrans LP Monday asked FERC for a four-month extension of the deadline to complete and place in service its proposed Big Sandy Pipeline. The project is intended to ease transportation constraints in eastern Kentucky that have caused producers to shut in natural gas production in recent years.
Contrary to perceptions, liquefied natural gas (LNG) proponents are still active in California, and on the eve of a deadline for the state’s governor weighing in on an offshore terminal proposal, activity continues to attempt what some critics consider politically impossible — siting an LNG terminal somewhere along the Southern California coast. The longest-running proposal to site a terminal in Long Beach harbor is still alive as are four separate offshore terminal proposals.
Sempra Energy put out an alert Monday through its spokesperson that the deadline for responding to a current open season on the expanding Liberty natural gas storage facility in Louisiana is this Friday (March 2). Although the response so far has been “good,” according to a San Diego-based spokesperson, the joint venture site wants to make sure everyone has a chance to bid. The open season kicked off Feb. 12.
FERC on Tuesday gave Trunkline LNG Co. LLC a three-month extension of the deadline to complete and place in service the Phase I expansion of its existing liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminal in Lake Charles, LA.
FERC on Thursday extended for a second time the deadline for Islander East Pipeline and Algonquin Gas Transmission to construct and put into service their long-stalled companion natural gas pipeline facilities to serve the New York and New England markets.
Shut-in natural gas production returned rapidly over the Labor Day weekend but progress stalled last week due to damaged processing plants, pipelines and production facilities. As of Friday, some of the more serious damage left by Katrina was on two of El Paso Corp.’s major pipeline systems — Tennessee Gas and Southern Natural, three large Louisiana gas processing plants (Venice, Toca and Yscloskey) and several of Shell’s deepwater platforms (Mars, Mensa, Cognac and Ursa).
FERC on Monday extended the deadline for Copiah County Storage, a subsidiary of Duke Energy’s Market Hub Partners, to develop a 3 Bcf salt dome natural gas storage facility in Copiah County, MS.
FERC has given Discovery Gas Transmission LLC a two-month extension of the deadline to complete an expansion that will add four new delivery points to its natural gas pipeline system, increasing its delivery capability into the southern Louisiana pipeline grid by 150,000 Dth/d.
FERC on Wednesday granted SG Resources Mississippi LLC (SGRM) a nearly two-year extension of the deadline to complete the Southern Pines Energy Center, a 12 Bcf high-performance salt dome storage project, in Greene County, MS.