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Minnesota Grants Enbridge Permit to Advance Line 3 Construction

Minnesota Grants Enbridge Permit to Advance Line 3 Construction

After a seven-month pause to finish a Minnesota environmental review, Enbridge Inc. regained a path to construction Monday for its contested Line 3 oil pipeline replacement project across Western Canada and the northern United States.

February 4, 2020
Minnesota Grants Enbridge Permit to Advance Line 3 Construction

Minnesota Grants Enbridge Permit to Advance Line 3 Construction

After a seven-month pause to finish a Minnesota environmental review, Enbridge Inc. regained a path to construction Monday for its contested Line 3 oil pipeline replacement project across Western Canada and the northern United States.

February 4, 2020
Minnesota Grants Enbridge Permit to Advance Line 3 Construction

Minnesota Grants Enbridge Permit to Advance Line 3 Construction

After a seven-month pause to finish a Minnesota environmental review, Enbridge Inc. regained a path to construction Monday for its contested Line 3 oil pipeline replacement project across Western Canada and the northern United States.

February 4, 2020
Exempt International Steel Imports from Tariffs, Plains Exec Tells House Panel

Exempt International Steel Imports from Tariffs, Plains Exec Tells House Panel

Less than two weeks after the Trump administration rejected Plains All American Pipeline LP’s request for an exemption to a tariff on imported steel it already purchased for a pipeline in the booming Permian Basin, the COO urged House lawmakers to work to improve the exemption request process.

July 26, 2018
Dalton Expansion Foes Urge FERC to Block Project Over Use of Non-Domestic Pipe

Dalton Expansion Foes Urge FERC to Block Project Over Use of Non-Domestic Pipe

Attorneys representing landowners opposed to the Dalton Expansion Project have asked FERC to block the project, alleging Transcontinental Gas Pipe Line Co. (Transco) ran afoul of a directive by the Trump administration requiring domestically produced iron and steel in pipelines.

February 10, 2017

Alberta Oilsands Pipe Expansion Approval Signals NatGas Demand Growth in Canada

The Liberal government in Ottawa opened doors Tuesday to growth by Canada’s biggest natural gas consumers, Alberta oilsands plants, by approving 970,000 b/d of capacity additions for export pipelines to the United States and overseas.

November 30, 2016

SoCalGas Pinpoints Leaking Well, But Multi-Month Timetable Remains

The Christmas weekend brought mixed news for Southern California Gas Co.’s (SoCalGas) efforts to contain a two-month-old natural gas well leak at its Aliso Canyon underground storage field 40 miles northwest of downtown Los Angeles.

December 29, 2015

Excavation Caused California Pipeline Rupture, Investigation Finds

Pacific Gas and Electric Co. (PG&E) on Tuesday released reports by separate third-party engineering/metallurgical consulting firms that concluded excavation equipment from a road-building project caused the rupture and resulting fatal fire in the utility’s 12-inch diameter natural gas transmission pipeline (Line 118B) near Fresno, CA, last April.

July 10, 2015

Canada Follows U.S. Lead on Pipe Dumping Pushback

Canadian government officials have started investigations of the imports of oil/gas industry pipe from up to nine nations, echoing efforts by the U.S. Commerce Department to thwart “dumping” of oil country tubular goods (OCTG) for pipe priced below cost to get a foothold on robust North American markets (see Daily GPI, July 15).

July 25, 2014

Pipe Supplier, Commerce Department Make Deal on Dumping

Interpipe Co., a global steel pipe supplier with North American offices in Houston, said Monday it has reached a settlement with the U.S. Commerce Department regarding its imposition earlier in the month of a higher tariff on tubular steel (pipe) imported from the Ukraine, South Korea and seven other nations (see Daily GPI, July 15).

July 22, 2014
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