Houston-based Parallax Energy is buying Louisiana LNG Energy LLC. The proposed export project to be acquired would be the second "mid-scale" liquefaction and export project undertaken by Parallax this year and would complement the first with design and engineering similarities.
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Houston-based Parallax Energy is buying Louisiana LNG Energy LLC. The proposed export project to be acquired would be the second “mid-scale” liquefaction and export project undertaken by Parallax this year and would complement the first with design and engineering similarities.
State regulators continue to be the primary overseers of shale natural gas development, but because of the speed at which the boom shifted — and continues to shift — the energy marketplace, the dynamic environment has created challenges for the energy industry and all of the stakeholders involved, according to a report by Resources for the Future (RFF).
FERC Thursday approved Kinder Morgan Texas Pipeline LLC’s (KMTP) application to amend its presidential permit to increase the design capacity of its U.S.-Mexico border-crossing facilities from 425 MMcf/d to 700 MMcf/d (see Daily GPI, March 8).
Contrary to a media report, there is no time frame for when a subsidiary of Royal Dutch Shell plc will make a decision over whether to build a proposed “world scale” ethane cracker in western Pennsylvania, state and company officials told NGI’s Shale Daily.
FracFocus has several design flaws that make it inadequate as a regulatory compliance tool, according to a study conducted by the Environmental Law Program at Harvard Law School.
Kinder Morgan Texas Pipeline LLC (KMTP) has asked FERC for authorization to increase the design capacity of its U.S.-Mexico border facilities from 425 MMcf/d to 700 MMcf/d.
Constitution Pipeline Co. LLC said Friday it would work with Leatherstocking Gas Co. LLC, a New York-based natural gas supplier, to pursue agreements to design, build and operate delivery interconnects along the natural gas pipeline’s proposed 121-mile route, essentially converting it to an “open access pipeline.”
Houston-based Oil and Gas Solutions LLC (OGS) has been awarded an engineering contract by Austin, TX-based Omni Water Solutions Inc. to design Omni’s new HIPPO mobile water treatment system, which would be used to treat and recycle high volumes of water used in hydraulic fracturing. OGS said the system would be a modularized unit that would fit onto a conventional low-boy trailer for easy transport.
CBI said it has been awarded contracts by Occidental Chemical Corp. (OxyChem) for the technology license, basic engineering and front end engineering and design services for a proposed new ethane cracker that is anticipated to have capacity of 1.2 billion pounds per year of ethylene.