Distributors

Ontario Supports TransCanada-Utilities Pact

A friend in high places has stepped forward to support TransCanada Corp.’s plan for enabling growth in U.S. shale gas exports to Ontario and Quebec by working with their distributors on additions to northbound pipeline capacity.

February 7, 2014

Tetco Revised Reservation Credits Proposal Attacked

Natural gas pipelines, distributors, producers, industrials and a process consumer group are protesting the revised tariff records that Texas Eastern Transmission LP (Tetco) has submitted to FERC, which would exempt it from providing full reservation charge credits to shippers in cases where it is required to interrupt service to comply with new government safety and environmental regulations.

November 12, 2012

Tetco Revised Proposal on Reservation Credits Attacked

Natural gas pipelines, distributors, producers, industrials and a process consumer group are protesting the revised tariff records that Texas Eastern Transmission LP (Tetco) has submitted to FERC, which would exempt it from providing full reservation charge credits to shippers in cases where it is required to interrupt service to comply with new government safety and environmental regulations.

November 7, 2012

Shippers Mostly Ready to Rehab Columbia Gas Pipeline

Appalachian/Marcellus natural gas producers and distributors expressed their support — or said they did not oppose — Columbia Gas Transmission LLC’s proposed settlement aimed at a long-overdue modernization of its natural gas pipeline system, but the NiSource Inc. line’s proposal to recover its investment via a tracker-surcharge drew some critics.

October 1, 2012

Shippers Generally Support Settlement to Rehabilitate Columbia Pipe

Appalachian/Marcellus natural gas producers and distributors expressed their support — or said they did not oppose — Columbia Gas Transmission LLC’s proposed settlement aimed at a long-overdue modernization of its natural gas pipeline system, but the NiSource Inc. line’s proposal to recover its investment via a tracker-surcharge drew some critics.

September 26, 2012

Texas Toughens Distribution Pipeline Monitoring

Natural gas distributors in Texas will soon have to develop programs that assess the risks of failures on their pipeline systems and prioritize equipment replacements under a rule adopted by the Railroad Commission of Texas (RRC).

March 7, 2011

Texas Toughens Distribution Pipeline Monitoring Rules

Natural gas distributors in Texas will soon have to develop programs that assess the risks of failures on their pipeline systems and prioritize equipment replacements under a rule adopted last week by the Railroad Commission of Texas (RRC).

March 1, 2011

Transportation Notes

Both of California’s two biggest distributors waited until Friday afternoon to declare high-linepack OFOs for Saturday. After issuing a stringent Stage 3 OFO earlier in the week, Pacific Gas & Electric made the latest one more lenient at Stage 2, with $1/Dth penalties for exceeding a 16% tolerance on positive daily imbalances. Southern California Gas said it will assess Buy-Back charges in accordance with its rules and tariffs to those exceeding a 10% tolerance.

November 19, 2007

TEPPCO Affiliates Fined $2.8M for Allegedly Dumping Oil, Gas

Houston-based distributors TE Products Pipeline Co. LLC and TEPPCO Crude Pipeline LLC have been fined approximately $2.8 million for allegedly dumping fuel into waterways in the South, the Department of Justice and Environmental Protection Agency said last Wednesday.

August 20, 2007

TEPPCO Affiliates Fined $2.8M for Allegedly Dumping Oil, Gas

Houston-based distributors TE Products Pipeline Co. LLC and TEPPCO Crude Pipeline LLC have been fined approximately $2.8 million for allegedly dumping fuel into waterways in the South, the Department of Justice and Environmental Protection Agency said Wednesday.

August 17, 2007
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