Pennsylvania lawmakers on both sides of the aisle are again airing concerns this week about natural gas pipeline projects, calling on Energy Transfer Partners LP (ETP) to halt construction of the Mariner East (ME) 2 and 2X projects, after a gathering system in the western part of the state exploded on Monday.
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Energy Transfer Equity LP (ETE) has agreed to acquire its affiliated master limited partnership (MLP) Energy Transfer Partner LP (ETP) in an all-stock transaction valued at $27 billion, management for the two companies announced.
Now that Energy Transfer Partners LP’s (ETP) Rover Pipeline is officially up and running, offering more than 700 MMcf/d out of eastern Ohio, the market is getting its first taste of the project’s potential impact on Appalachian production and pricing.
Energy Transfer Partners LP’s (ETP) plans to sell a 32.44% stake in its Rover Pipeline to private equity for $1.57 billion met with generally positive reactions from investors Tuesday, but the project still faces uncertainty amid scrutiny from regulators and from Congress.
Energy Transfer Partners LP on Wednesday again asked FERC to allow it to resume horizontal directional drilling (HDD) at remaining sites along its highly anticipated 3.25 Bcf/d Rover Pipeline Project in Appalachia.
Energy Transfer Partners LP (ETP) said Tuesday it was not halting construction of the $3.8 billion Dakota Access Pipeline LLC system in North Dakota, countering a statement reportedly by the Obama administration indicating that building would be voluntarily halted.
Initial supplies of Bakken crude oil should flow through the proposed 1,154-mile Dakota Access Pipeline by year-end, moving supplies through four states, the head of the North Dakota Pipeline Authority said Friday.