Energy XXI Ltd. has a deal with Apache Corp. to explore some salt dome structures on the Outer Continental Shelf in the Gulf of Mexico (GOM).
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FERC has approved Transcontinental Gas Pipe Line’s (Transco) request to abandon four of seven caverns at its Eminence Salt Dome Storage Field in South Central Mississippi.
GeoSouthern Energy Corp. will use the proceeds from a $1 billion credit facility that closed Thursday to continue the development of its 173,000 gross acre position in the condensate and oil windows of the Eagle Ford Shale in South Texas, the privately held independent exploration and production company said.
The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission approved Golden Triangle Storage Inc.’s (GTS) plans to construct and operate two high-deliverability salt dome storage caverns in Jefferson County, TX, and granted the AGL Resources subsidiary’s request to charge market-based rates for the new capacity. GTS plans to build Caverns 3 and 4 and associated facilities, including a 14,205 hp compressor station, a header system consisting of two parallel 24-inch diameter pipelines and six bi-directional metering stations, beginning later this year. The proposed expansion would increase the total capacity of the Golden Triangle storage facility to 49.38 Bcf (32.6 Bcf of working gas and 16.78 Bcf of cushion gas).
D-Lo Gas Storage LLC (DGS), a new entrant in the natural gas storage business, has filed an application to build a facility in the D’Lo Salt Dome underground salt formation in south-central Mississippi.
FERC Thursday rejected the application of Turtle Bayou Gas Storage Co. LLC to build a salt dome gas storage facility and associated pipeline facilities northeast of Houston, TX.
Inergy LP has completed is $725 million acquisition of the Tres Palacios high-deliverability, salt dome gas storage facility in Matagorda County, TX, from NGS Energy LP.
Sempra Energy unit Sempra Pipelines & Storage said the first of two caverns at its Mississippi Hub gas storage facility has entered service.
FERC has approved Petal Gas Storage LLC’s proposal to convert an existing salt brine storage cavern within the Petal Salt Dome east of Hattiesburg, MS, for use as a gas storage cavern, and to construct pipeline facilities to connect the cavern with existing storage operations.