Energy Transfer

Energy Transfer Boosts Permian NGL Takeaway with Lone Star Expansion

Energy Transfer Boosts Permian NGL Takeaway with Lone Star Expansion

Energy Transfer LP (ET) on Tuesday said a 400,000 b/d expansion of the Lone Star Express Pipeline has been completed, boosting eastbound natural gas liquids deliveries from the Permian Basin. The 352-mile, 24-inch diameter pipeline, completed ahead of schedule and on budget, originates in Winkler County, TX, and connects to the existing Lone Star Express…

September 2, 2020

Energy Transfer Projects to Resume in Pennsylvania after ‘Historic Fine’

An affiliate of Energy Transfer LP (ET) has agreed to pay a $30.6 million fine related to a 2018 natural gas pipeline explosion in Western Pennsylvania, and it reached a deal with regulators to lift a nearly year-old suspension of regulatory reviews for all the projects in the state.

January 6, 2020
Energy Transfer’s $5B SemGroup Takeover to Expand North American Crude, NGL Holdings

Energy Transfer’s $5B SemGroup Takeover to Expand North American Crude, NGL Holdings

Dallas-based Energy Transfer LP on Monday agreed to acquire Tulsa’s SemGroup Corp. in a unit-and-cash deal worth an estimated $5 billion, a deal that would expand crude and gathering systems from Western Canada to the Gulf Coast.

September 16, 2019
Demand for Permian, Bakken Crude Takeaway Lifts Energy Transfer’s Volumes in 4Q2018

Demand for Permian, Bakken Crude Takeaway Lifts Energy Transfer’s Volumes in 4Q2018

Strong demand for takeaway routes from the Permian Basin and the Bakken Shale helped Energy Transfer LP deliver strong volume growth in the fourth quarter in both its liquids and natural gas businesses.

February 25, 2019
Mariner East Remains Offline, Raising Questions on Longer-Term Impacts

Mariner East Remains Offline, Raising Questions on Longer-Term Impacts

Ethane and propane transport on the Energy Transfer Partners LP (ETP) Mariner East (ME) 1 pipeline remains suspended more than a month after Pennsylvania regulators ordered a halt to operations because of sinkholes, with little clarity on exactly when service will resume.

April 5, 2018

Rover ‘Frustrated’ by Ohio HDD Halt, Says Plan Working as Intended

Rover Pipeline LLC is urging FERC to stay the course and reauthorize work on its Mainline B horizontal directional drill (HDD) under the Tuscarawas River in Ohio, with the company indicating it’s “frustrated by the inaccurate central premise” behind the directive it issued last week.

January 29, 2018