Last Piece of Marcellus-Focused Ohio-Louisiana Access Approved For Service

Last Piece of Marcellus-Focused Ohio-Louisiana Access Approved For Service

The Ohio-Louisiana Access Project of Boardwalk Pipeline Partners’ Texas Gas Transmission LLC was approved to enter full service last week as FERC allowed operations to begin at the greenfield Bosco Compressor Station in Ouachita Parish, LA.

May 31, 2016

DTI’s Lebanon West II Project Gets FERC Green Light

FERC has approved Dominion Transmission Inc.’s (DTI) Lebanon West II Project, which would carry gas from Pennsylvania to Lebanon, OH.

November 23, 2015

Little Change Seen in NatGas Cash, Futures; October Fractionally Higher

Buyers and sellers of physical natural gas for Wednesday delivery by and large drew to a tie in Tuesday’s trading.

September 22, 2015

Marcellus Shippers Eye Relief, Yet NatGas Physical, Futures Values Lose Ground

For the long holiday weekend, physical natural gas values on average eased slightly as broad market weakness was able to outdo market strength in the Gulf Coast and East.

September 4, 2015

ANR Offering Marcellus-Midwest, Gulf Coast Capacit

ANR is holding a binding open season through Oct. 22 for its Lebanon Lateral 2014 Reversal Project. The pipeline is holding a separate nonbinding open season through Oct. 23 for its Glen Karn 2015 Project.

September 25, 2013

ANR Offering Way Out of Marcellus in Two Open Seasons

ANR Pipeline Co. on Monday announced two open seasons for projects intended to give Marcellus and Utica shale gas a new export option and access to the pipeline’s markets in the Midwest and Gulf Coast.

September 25, 2013

Transco Expansion Targets Marcellus Gas, Southeastern Demand

Williams Partners LP is holding a nonbinding open season through June 28 for expansion of its Transco pipeline to provide incremental firm service to markets in northern Georgia and Alabama by 2016.

June 1, 2012

Transportation Notes

Citing “lack of supply from CMS Energy” (Panhandle Eastern) at the Gas City (IN) Compressor Station interconnect on the Lebanon Lateral, Texas Eastern said it restricted scheduled volumes there for Wednesday’s gas day. Should conditions at the meter remain unchanged, the restrictions will remain in place today, Texas Eastern said. However, a Panhandle Eastern spokesman said the shortfall resulted from customers in the frigid Upper Midwest taking extra supplies from the pipeline and causing a pressure drop at Gas City. The pressure was back to normal by Wednesday afternoon and the shortfall resolved, he said.

April 19, 2001