A federal court in Oklahoma has ordered Cheniere Energy Inc.’s Midship Pipeline Co. LLC to pay landowners nearly $170,000 plus interest for the use of private land during the pipeline’s construction. The pipeline started flowing up to 1.1 Bcf/d of natural gas in April 2020. However, area landowners in August 2021 said pipeline construction had…
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Oklahoma Landowners Accuse Environmental Monitor of ‘Collusion’ with FERC, Cheniere’s Midship Natural Gas Pipeline
Several Oklahoma landowners are pressing FERC to investigate what they say amounts to collusion involving an environmental compliance monitor, a Cheniere Energy Inc. pipeline subsidiary and the agency’s own Office of Energy Projects (OEP). Central Land Consulting LLC (CLC), which represents landowners on right-of-way for the Midcontinent Subheader Interstate Pipeline (Midship), said in recent filings…
Bankrupt Gulfport Energy Corp. has accused Cheniere Energy Inc.’s Midship Pipeline subsidiary of illegally seizing $75.6 million to hold it “hostage” during contract renegotiations in anticipation of the Chapter 11 filing, according to court filings. “To obtain leverage in ongoing contract negotiations and secure an advantageous cash position prior to Gulfport’s bankruptcy, Midship made false…
Cheniere Energy Inc.’s Midship Pipeline has entered service to move more natural gas from the Midcontinent to Gulf Coast and Southeast markets, including the company’s Corpus Christi liquefied natural gas (LNG) export terminal in South Texas.
Cheniere Energy Inc.-backed Midship Pipeline Co. LLC is seeking authorization from FERC to begin construction of portions of its Midcontinent Supply Header Interstate Pipeline Project (MIDSHIP), a 1.44 Bcf/d natural gas pipeline that would move supply from the prolific Anadarko Basin to the Gulf Coast for potential export.
Cheniere Energy Inc.-backed Midship Pipeline Co. LLC on Monday was given the green light by FERC to build its long-awaited 1.44 Bcf/d natural gas pipeline that would move supply from the prolific Anadarko Basin to the Gulf Coast for potential export.
FERC on Thursday issued a final environmental impact statement (EIS) for the Cheniere Energy Inc.-backed Midcontinent Supply Header Interstate Pipeline (MIDSHIP) Project, putting the 1.44 Bcf/d Anadarko Basin-to-Gulf Coast transmission project a step closer to authorization.
Cheniere Energy Inc.’s Midship Pipeline Co. LLC has filed at FERC for its proposed 199.4-mile pipeline to carry 1.44 Bcf/d of natural gas from the Anadarko Basin in Oklahoma to Gulf Coast and Southeast markets, including liquefied natural gas (LNG) exports.