El Paso

4Q2019 Earnings: Kinder Natural Gas Pipeline Volumes Climb Again Despite Weak Prices

Capital discipline remained a key theme as Kinder Morgan Inc. executives on Wednesday shed light on fourth quarter 2019 earnings and the outlook for 2020. The midstreamer recorded another quarter of increased natural gas volumes, but the weak price environment has taken a toll on recontracting efforts for some assets.

January 23, 2020

4Q2019 Earnings: Kinder Natural Gas Pipeline Volumes Climb Again Despite Weak Prices

Capital discipline remained a key theme as Kinder Morgan Inc. executives on Wednesday shed light on fourth quarter 2019 earnings and the outlook for 2020. The midstreamer recorded another quarter of increased natural gas volumes, but the weak price environment has taken a toll on recontracting efforts for some assets.

January 23, 2020

FERC Approves El Paso’s South Mainline Expansion Project

FERC has approved El Paso Natural Gas Co. LLC’s (EPNG) application to construct and operate the South Mainline Expansion Project, which would increase capacity on the company’s Line Nos. 1100 and 1103 in Hudspeth and El Paso counties in Texas [CP18-332].

November 25, 2019

El Paso Natural Gas Seeks Expansion to Serve Southwest, Mexico

El Paso Natural Gas Co. LLC (EPNG) has applied to FERC for authorization to construct and operate the South Mainline Expansion Project, which would increase capacity on the company’s Line Nos. 1100 and 1103 in Hudspeth and El Paso counties in Texas [CP18-332].

May 10, 2018

Industry Brief

While still awaiting aU.S. State Departmentgreen light on another U.S.-Mexico gas pipeline border crossing, Sierrita Lateral (seeDaily GPI,Aug. 13),Kinder Morgan’sEl Paso Natural Gasunit has moved ahead with the start of operations at its Norte Crossing facilities near El Paso, TX (seeDaily GPI,June 18). Up to 366 MMcf/d can now flow to a new delivery interconnection with the Tarahumara Pipeline at the U.S.-Mexico border beneath the Rio Grande River. Ultimate end-users include five new gas-fired power plants scheduled to be developed during the next 15 years by Mexico’s state-ownedComision Federal de Electricidad. The Norte II power plant was slated to start up earlier this month, drawing its fuel from the Norte Crossing tie-in.MGI Supply Ltd., a firm shipper on El Paso’s system, has a new agreement for capacity at the proposed Norte Crossing facility, allowing MGI to export gas from the United States to Mexico to serve the Norte II CFE power plant.

August 16, 2013