Williams has inked agreements with Chevron U.S.A. Inc. to build greenfield infrastructure onshore and expand a massive offshore system to support growing natural gas deliveries from the Haynesville Shale and deepwater Gulf of Mexico. In one deal, the Tulsa-based pipeline giant would provide gas gathering services for Chevron’s 26,000-acre Haynesville dedication. Chevron in turn made…
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The Constitution Pipeline project has been canceled, capping an eight year battle that ends at a time when gas prices have hit historic lows and there’s little need for more natural gas in the Northeast from a greenfield system.
Epic Y-Grade LP plans to build a second, 110,000 b/d greenfield natural gas liquids (NGL) fractionator at a South Texas fractionation complex to accommodate more Permian Basin and Eagle Ford Shale volumes, the company announced Thursday.
As the regulatory process has become more fraught and politicized for pipeline operators, major challenges lie ahead for the next wave of greenfield takeaway projects that will be needed to tap the full potential of the most active oil and natural gas plays in the U.S. onshore.
Northeast Pennsylvania producers could soon have a new major takeaway route to work with as Transcontinental Gas Pipe Line Co. LLC (Transco) has asked FERC for authorization to begin full service on its 1.7 million Dth/d Atlantic Sunrise expansion by Sept. 10.
Williams Partners LP said late Wednesday construction on the 1.7 Bcf/d Atlantic Sunrise pipeline project is expected to be completed in August, with full service slated to begin by the end of the month.
The expected July start-up of greenfield compression services along the Transcontinental Gas Pipe Line Co. (Transco) Atlantic Sunrise expansion project will be delayed a few months, parent company Williams CEO Alan Armstrong said Thursday.
FERC has delayed by two months the final environmental impact statement (EIS) for PennEast Pipeline Co. LLC, according to a revised notice Tuesday [CP15-558].
The backers of the proposed PennEast Pipeline filed comments Monday at FERC refuting claims by the New Jersey Division of Rate Counsel (NJDRC) that the pipeline is not needed and would be an unfair burden on utility ratepayers.
DTE Energy is proceeding with plans to retire eight coal-fired generation units at three locations in Michigan over the next seven years, replacing them with a mix of generation including natural gas and renewables, the Detroit-based company said.