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Nate Reduces GOM Natural Gas Output to Five-Year Low as More Operators Shutter Facilities

Tropical Storm (TS) Nate, gaining steam as it headed north toward an expected landing on the northern Gulf Coast, had by Friday midday reduced natural gas production from the offshore by more than half to about 1.713 Bcf/d.

October 6, 2017

GOM Oil, NatGas Shut-In Numbers Drop as Hurricane Hermine Moves Into Florida

Tensions eased in the Gulf of Mexico (GOM) Thursday, with shut-in numbers declining and workers preparing to head back to platforms, as Hermine, upgraded to hurricane status, made its long-awaited move toward the Florida coast.

September 1, 2016

Destin’s GOM Flows Near 75% of Pre-Explosion Level

With the Pascagoula Gas Plant (PGP) in Mississippi still shuttered following a fire late last month, Destin Pipeline has been slowly ramping up more takeaway from the Gulf of Mexico, with flows now at about 75% of pre-explosion levels, according to Genscape Inc.

July 28, 2016

Destin, Transco Modifying Subsea Systems For More NatGas Takeaway

Rerouting Gulf of Mexico subsea systems, including an assist by Williams, is offering alternative transit for most of the natural gas and liquids carried by Destin Pipeline that were shut in by the Pascagoula Gas Plant (PGP) explosion late last month.

July 12, 2016

Destin Flowing 305 MMcf/d From GOM’s Main Pass 260

Natural gas flow from the Gulf of Mexico that is hindered by the shuttered Pascagoula Gas Processing Plant has returned to the level of 305 MMcf/d, with offshore liquid issues “resolved and valve work completed,” Destin Pipeline said late Wednesday.

July 7, 2016
NatGas Cash Firms, But Futures Ease After Bullish Storage Data

NatGas Cash Firms, But Futures Ease After Bullish Storage Data

Physical gas for delivery Friday gained ground even though most traders hunkered down and got their deals done prior to the 10:30 a.m. EDT release of storage figures by the Energy Information Administration (EIA).

July 7, 2016

Destin Curtailing 305 MMcf/d With Pascagoula Gas Plant Closed

With the Pascagoula Gas Processing Plant (PGP) still closed on Tuesday, Destin said it continued to be limited by operational capacity to service all of its Gulf of Mexico receipt points that normally transport gas to the key Gulf Coast plant.

July 5, 2016

Enterprise NatGas Plant Explosion in Mississippi Shutters 400 MMcf/d

An investigation is continuing into the cause of an explosion late Monday that has shuttered an Enterprise Products Partners LP natural gas processing complex in Pascagoula, MS.

June 28, 2016

Brief — American Midstream

American Midstream Partners LP has acquired a 66.7% interest in the 100-mile Okeanos natural gas gathering system in the Gulf of Mexico from its general partner, part of bundle of deals in which it paid $225 million (see Daily GPI,April 26). The Denver-based partnership, financed by ArcLight Capital Partners LP, had said it purchased interests in offshore and onshore infrastructure, including the Destin gas pipeline, the Tri-States and Wilprise natural gas liquids pipelines. The Okeanos pipe, with 1 Bcf/d of total capacity, connects two platforms and one lateral, terminating at the Destin Main Pass 260 platform in Mississippi Canyon blocks. Enbridge Inc. is the minority interest holder.

April 28, 2016

Brief — American Midstream

American Midstream Partners LP has acquired a 66.7% interest in the 100-mile Okeanos natural gas gathering system in the Gulf of Mexico from its general partner, part of bundle of deals in which it paid $225 million (see Daily GPI,April 26). The Denver-based partnership, financed by ArcLight Capital Partners LP, had said it purchased interests in offshore and onshore infrastructure, including the Destin gas pipeline, the Tri-States and Wilprise natural gas liquids pipelines. The Okeanos pipe, with 1 Bcf/d of total capacity, connects two platforms and one lateral, terminating at the Destin Main Pass 260 platform in Mississippi Canyon blocks. Enbridge Inc. is the minority interest holder.

April 28, 2016
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