In a pair of court cases being watched by the oil and gas industry, the Trump Administration asked the U.S. Supreme Court to decide whether pollution that moves through groundwater before contaminating federally protected waterbodies constitutes a violation of the Clean Water Act (CWA).
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A subsidiary of Houston-based Kinder Morgan Inc. has asked federal authorities to approve start up by the end of the month for two more components of the Sabine Pass Expansion Project.
A plan to turn Kinder Morgan Inc.’s natural gas import facility in Mississippi into an export terminal could have some adverse environmental impacts, but they could be avoided or reduced to less-than-significant levels with mitigation, FERC staff said Thursday.
ExxonMobil Corp., one of the biggest leaseholders and producers in the Permian Basin, signed a letter of intent to take capacity on the proposed Permian Highway Pipeline (PHP) Project, designed to carry up to 2 Bcf/d to the Texas coast and beyond.
A Summit Midstream Partners LP subsidiary has launched an open season through Sept. 14 to test support for the Double E Pipeline, which would transport Permian Basin natural gas from the Delaware sub-basin to markets south on the U.S. Gulf Coast and into Mexico.
A Kinder Morgan Inc. (KMI) subsidiary is proposing a partnership with a Blackstone Energy Partners unit and Apache Corp. to build a second natural gas system from the Permian Basin to markets along the Texas coast and potentially into Mexico.
The Permian Basin’s growing natural gas volumes may provide the perfect aperitif to quench Mexico’s thirst, according to Kinder Morgan Inc.
Kinder Morgan Canada Ltd. could see the losses related to its controversial Trans Mountain Pipeline expansion project in British Columbia (BC) covered following an offer Wednesday by Canadian Finance Minister Bill Morneau.
Kinder Morgan Inc.’s (KMI) natural gas business outperformed in the final three months of 2017, driven mostly by growth in transportation volumes, as the midstream giant readies expansions for its oil and gas systems across North America.
The three partners in Gulf Coast Express (GCX), a $1.7 billion proposed project designed to carry 1.92 Bcf/d of natural gas from the Permian Basin to the Texas Gulf Coast, announced they will move forward with the pipeline.