Gulfport Energy Corp. recently completed and turned to sales its first Woodford Shale wells in the South Central Oklahoma Oil Province (SCOOP), with plans to test two other horizons in the play this summer.
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Tallgrass Energy Partners LP said it will launch an open season for an additional 150 MMcf/d of capacity along a recently expanded portion of the Rockies Express Pipeline LLC (REX) system and is considering adding bi-directional capacity elsewhere.
The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission authorized modifications to Total Peaking Services LLC’s peak-shaving liquefied natural gas (LNG) plant in Milford, CT [CP15-557]. The modifications, which would include replacement of three vaporizers, would increase the plant’s sendout capacity to 105 MMcf/d from the current 90 MMcf/d to provide service to Total Peaking’s only customer, CNE Peaking LLC. The plant currently consists of a 1.2 Bcf capacity LNG storage tank, a gas liquefaction facility, two boil-off gas compressor units and three 30-MMcf/d submerged combustion vaporizers. The order also reaffirmed Total Peaking’s authorization to charge market-based rates for its storage and storage-related services.
Westbound volumes on the Rockies Express Pipeline LLC (REX) increased about 200 MMcf/d Tuesday, according to NGI’s REX Zone 3 Tracker.
Exco Resources Inc. spent the second quarter in cost-cutting mode, looking to improve liquidity and renegotiate its gathering and transportation contracts as it evaluates a possible return to activity in 2017.
With the Pascagoula Gas Plant (PGP) in Mississippi still shuttered following a fire late last month, Destin Pipeline has been slowly ramping up more takeaway from the Gulf of Mexico, with flows now at about 75% of pre-explosion levels, according to Genscape Inc.
Stone Energy Corp. expects to report second quarter production near the high end of its guidance for the period, estimating that it produced 174 MMcfe/d for what would be a better-than-expected finish on incremental production from the Appalachian Basin that came back online in June.
Natural gas flow from the Gulf of Mexico that is hindered by the shuttered Pascagoula Gas Processing Plant has returned to the level of 305 MMcf/d, with offshore liquid issues “resolved and valve work completed,” Destin Pipeline said late Wednesday.
With the Pascagoula Gas Processing Plant (PGP) still closed on Tuesday, Destin said it continued to be limited by operational capacity to service all of its Gulf of Mexico receipt points that normally transport gas to the key Gulf Coast plant.
Nearly a year after it shut in its largest field in the Appalachian Basin, Stone Energy Corp. has signed an interim gathering and processing agreement with Williams to begin steadily ramping up its gas flows and end the curtailments by August, Stone said Wednesday.