Interim

Weather Delays REX-East Again

Rockies Express Pipeline (REX) said Thursday that weather has yet again delayed service to REX-East interim delivery points, this time until the first half of June.

May 26, 2009

REX: Service to Ohio in Second Half of June

Rockies Express Pipeline (REX) Thursday pushed back the in-service date of interim delivery points on REX-East to the second half of June. Previously REX said service would begin in the first half of June (see Daily GPI, May 18).

May 26, 2009

Industry Briefs

Rockies Express Pipeline (REX) has pushed back the in-service date of interim delivery points on REX-East to the second half of June. Previously REX said service would begin in the first half of June (see NGI, May 18). REX said it anticipates commencing service on REX East to Lebanon, OH, in mid to late June. The pipeline affirmed its projection for service to Clarington, OH, on Nov. 1. Initial service to Lebanon is expected to offer capacity of 1,600 MDth/d, which is expected to increase to 1,800 MDth/d. Ultimately, 1,800 MDth/d of capacity is to be available to Clarington as well, REX said. For more information visit www.rexpipeline.com, “Rockies Express — East,” “REX-East — Informational Posting.”

May 25, 2009

Industry Briefs

Rockies Express Pipeline (REX) said last Thursday that weather has yet again delayed service to REX-East interim delivery points, this time until the first half of June. Previously the pipeline said service would be delayed until late May (see NGI, May 11). On Thursday REX affirmed its previously projected in-service dates for Lebanon, OH, of June 15 and Clarington, OH, of Nov. 1. The Illinois River horizontal directional drill has caused repeated delays of REX-East work (see NGI, April 27). For more information visit www.rexpipeline.com, “Rockies Express — East,” “REX-East — Informational Posting.”

May 18, 2009

Sempra Eyes Spot Cargoes at Mexican LNG Site

Before its interim period before long-term contracts kick in, Sempra Energy is looking for spot market liquefied natural gas (LNG) shipments to line up following the completion of some test shipments that are due in the second quarter on the West Coast, Sempra CEO Donald Felsinger told financial analysts on an earnings call last week.

March 3, 2008

Sempra Eyes Spot Cargoes at North Baja LNG Site

For an interim period before long-term contracts kick in, Sempra Energy is looking for spot market liquefied natural gas (LNG) shipments to line up following the completion of some test shipments that are due in the second quarter on the West Coast, Sempra CEO Donald Felsinger told financial analysts on an earnings call Tuesday.

February 27, 2008

Chevron Expects Quarterly Gain on Upstream Prices, Sale of Dynegy

In an interim report, Chevron Corp. said its 2Q2007 results will gain on higher upstream commodity prices, stronger refining margins and the sale of its interest in Dynegy Inc. Partially offsetting earnings will be net charges related to debt redemption and other corporate items.

July 11, 2007

CA Officials See Adequate ’07 Summer Power Supplies

With some interim, quick-fix measures to add peaking plant capacity and demand response programs on a crash basis, California should have more than adequate power supplies to meet expected peak demand next summer, energy officials were told last week. The assessment was provided by state energy officials during a joint meeting of the state’s major energy agencies in San Francisco.

December 18, 2006

BP Expects to Report Flat 3Q Oil, Gas Output

Beset by safety problems and still recovering from last year’s Gulf of Mexico storms, BP plc reported in an interim update Wednesday that its 3Q2006 oil and natural gas production year-over-year will be flat and will fall sequentially from 2Q2006 to 3.8 million boe/d from 4.01 million boe/d.

October 5, 2006

ConocoPhillips Expects Higher 1Q Volumes in Lower 48, Lower Gas Prices

In an interim update Tuesday, ConocoPhillips said higher production in the Lower 48, Australia and Venezuela won’t be enough to lift 1Q2006 production on a boe/d basis above output in the final quarter of 2005. The Houston-based producer also said it expects crude prices to be higher than in the previous quarter, up to $61.75/bbl from $56.90, while natural gas prices will drop to $9.01/Mcf (Henry Hub) from $13.

April 5, 2006