FERC staff has issued a favorable environmental assessment (EA) for the proposed Adelphia Gateway Project, which would add facilities to a pipeline near Philadelphia.
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Philadelphia Gas Works (PGW), the nation’s largest municipally-owned gas utility, has reached an agreement with a Pennsylvania-based energy infrastructure investment firm to build a liquified natural gas (LNG) plant to increase supplies for private buyers in the region.
New Jersey Resources Corp. (NJR) subsidiary Adelphia Gateway LLC has successfully completed a binding open season for a 250,000 Dth/d pipeline that would serve growing demand for natural gas in the Greater Philadelphia region.
A consortium of energy industry, business, labor and academic interests behind Philadelphia’s push to transform the city and surrounding areas into a modern energy hub wants to double the 3 Bcf/d of natural gas that is consumed in the region.
The Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority (SEPTA) is moving ahead with plans to construct a $26.8 million natural gas power plant to provide energy for its largest bus garage, a trolley substation and other nearby facilities.
Spectra Energy Corp. has completed an open season for a proposed expansion of its Philadelphia Lateral, a pair of pipelines in southeast Pennsylvania that could bring more supplies of Marcellus Shale natural gas to the Philadelphia region.
Mayors from five cities across the country are joining calls for greater regulatory oversight of the nation’s railways, following a spate of accidents in Canada and the U.S. involving train cars carrying crude oil.
A group of companies, including at least two electric utilities, has begun a discussion to possibly build a large natural gas pipeline that would connect Marcellus Shale supplies with Philadelphia customers.
The benefits of shale gas are undeniable, but those “other Tcfs” — natural gas liquids (NGL) — are transforming the global marketplace and provide tremendous opportunities for the U.S. marketplace, an executive with MarkWest Energy Partners LP said in Philadelphia this week.
Twin Eagle Resource Management LLC said it will market crude oil rail trans-loading capacity at GT Logistics LLC’s GT OmniPort facility in Port Arthur, TX. GT Logistics operates a unit train facility with about eight miles of track, 18 rail car unloading racks and a two-station barge dock. It maintains direct rail service with the Union Pacific and Burlington NorthernSanta Fe rail lines. The facility has direct access to the Intercoastal Waterway and will have deepwater access after further capital investment, the companies said. GT OmniPort began operations in September and has capacity of 100,000 b/d. Twin Eagle unit Enserco Midstream LLC plans to construct four crude oil storage tanks at the GT OmniPort facility that are expected to be operational in the third quarter. The parties intend to construct additional storage capacity and to establish pipeline connectivity with refiners and other markets in the area. GT OmniPort is adjacent to the Port Arthur refinery community, which has demand for about 2 million b/d of crude oil.