Inergy Midstream LP and Enserco Midstream LLC have formed a joint venture to own and operate a crude oil rail terminal in Douglas County, WY. They expect to expand the facility to take advantage of growing production from the Niobrara formation.
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Inergy LP’s Tres Palacios 20-mile header pipeline extension is now in service, allowing shippers to transport up to 300 MMcf/d of natural gas from the tailgate of Kinder Morgan Energy Partners LP’s Houston Central gas processing plant in Colorado County, TX, to the Tres Palacios gas storage facility. The 24-inch diameter extension also enables delivery of gas from the Houston Central plant to any of the 10 interstate and intrastate pipelines interconnected with the Tres Palacios header system. “Beyond providing Eagle Ford Shale producers with significant new market options, we believe our new Houston Central interconnection will increase liquidity at the Tres Palacios hub point for marketers to access supply,” said Bruce Page, Tres Palacios vice president for commercial operations and business development. The Houston Central plant provides 700 MMcf/d of processing capacity and 22,000 b/d of fractionation capacity and is being expanded to process an additional 400-800 MMcf/d of rich gas from the Eagle Ford Shale.
FERC has approved an application of Tres Palacios Gas Storage LLC, a unit of Inergy LP, to build an extension of its header system to a processing plant in south-central Texas.
FERC Thursday approved Inergy subsidiary Central New York Oil and Gas Co.’s (CNYOG) request to begin partial service on its MARC-I Hub Line project in northeastern Pennsylvania on or before Nov. 14, giving northern markets greater access to Marcellus Shale gas. It said it plans to soon seek authorization to place the entire project into operation by Dec. 1.
Officials with Inergy subsidiary Central New York Oil & Gas Co. LLC (CNYOG) have called on FERC to quickly issue a certificate so the company can begin construction of its MARC Hub Line project in northeastern Pennsylvania, saying failure to do so “would have significant adverse commercial consequences for CNYOG and its shippers.” The project would give northern markets greater access to Marcellus Shale gas.
FERC Friday issued a favorable environmental assessment of Inergy subsidiary Central New York Oil and Gas Co.’s (CNYOG) MARC-I Hub Line Project that would allow for the delivery of additional Marcellus Shale and Trenton Black River natural gas to Northeast markets.
FERC Tuesday gave Central New York Oil and Gas Co. LLC (CNYOG), an Inergy LP subsidiary, the go-ahead to open storage wells associated with the expansion of its Stagecoach Storage facility in southwestern New York State and to begin service on a new pipeline.
Central New York Oil and Gas Co. LLC (CNYOG), an Inergy LP subsidiary, will hold an open season beginning Monday (Nov. 21) for firm storage services from a Phase II expansion project at the Stagecoach natural gas storage facility in Tioga County, NY. Stagecoach’s existing storage facility has 13.6 Bcf of capacity; Phase II would add another 13 Bcf. The open season will end Dec. 16.