Gateway

Smooth Sailing Predicted for Kitimat LNG

The planned first Canadian liquefied natural gas (LNG) export terminal will be a gateway to a growth dream by the standards of shaky North American markets and prices, Canada’s National Energy Board (NEB) is being told.

March 14, 2011

Smooth Sailing Predicted for Kitimat LNG

The planned first Canadian liquefied natural gas (LNG) export terminal will be a gateway to a growth dream by the standards of shaky North American markets and prices, Canada’s National Energy Board (NEB) is being told.

March 14, 2011

Gazprom Sees Open Door to U.S. Market for LNG

Added LNG receiving terminal capacity coming on line over the last year “makes the United States a “gigantic gateway” for global LNG trade, according to the head of Gazprom’s U.S. marketing/trading operations, John Hattenberger.

October 19, 2009

LNG Delivery Completed at Northeast Gateway

Excelerate Energy LLC’s Energy Bridge regasification vessel Explorer completed the discharge of its cargo through the company’s Northeast Gateway Deepwater Port, approximately 13 miles offshore Boston, Excelerate said Tuesday.

May 6, 2009

BP, Sempra Said to Agree on Indonesian LNG Deal

Sempra Energy’s vision of becoming a gateway for liquefied natural gas (LNG) into the United States may be moving closer to reality following news of a deal with the BP plc and the world’s largest LNG exporter, Indonesia.

December 10, 2003

Gulf South Sees Strong Interest in $1 Billion Southeast Pipe

Houston-based Gulf South Pipeline Co. LP, formerly Koch Gateway Pipeline, last week said the open season for the company’s proposed $1 billion Gulf Pines Pipeline was “extremely successful,” adding that response to the 1 Bcf/d line from the Southeast markets far exceeded the company’s expectations. The open season concluded on Sept. 19.

October 29, 2001

Gulf South Sees Strong Interest in $1 Billion Southeast Pipe

Houston-based Gulf South Pipeline Co. LP, formerly Koch Gateway Pipeline, on Wednesday said the open season for the company’s proposed $1 billion Gulf Pines Pipeline was “extremely successful,” adding that response to the 1 Bcf/d line from the Southeast markets far exceeded the company’s expectations. The open season concluded on Sept. 19.

October 25, 2001

Gulf South Proposes 1 Bcf/d Interstate Line to Carolinas

Gulf South Pipeline Co. LP, formerly Koch Gateway Pipeline, has begun an open season for 1 Bcf/d of new capacity on its Gulf Pines Pipeline project that would provide interstate transportation service to parts of the North and South Carolina markets that currently aren’t being served by competitors.

August 27, 2001

Gulf South Proposes 1 Bcf/d Interstate Line to Carolinas

Gulf South Pipeline Co. LP, formerly Koch Gateway Pipeline, has begun an open season for 1 Bcf/d of new capacity on its Gulf Pines Pipeline project that would provide interstate transportation service to parts of the North and South Carolina markets that currently aren’t being served by competitors.

August 21, 2001

Gulf South’s Open-Tap Policy Protested

The proposed open-tap policy of Gulf South Pipeline Co. LP,formerly Koch Gateway Pipeline, came under fire last week from anumber of shippers that claimed it violated FERC’s policy withrespect to interconnections.

February 20, 2001