Pipeline

MVP Seeking Another Extension from FERC as Construction Deadline Approaches

MVP Seeking Another Extension from FERC as Construction Deadline Approaches

Mountain Valley Pipeline LLC is seeking an extension from FERC that would give the operator until October 2026 to finish construction on the delayed Appalachia-to-Southeast natural gas conduit. In a letter filed last Friday, MVP asked the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission for more time to finish construction in light of “ongoing legal and permitting challenges.”…

June 27, 2022
NGTL’s West Path Gains Permit to Increase U.S. Natural Gas Deliveries

NGTL’s West Path Gains Permit to Increase U.S. Natural Gas Deliveries

After a 19-month regulatory case that generated a 293-page decision, approval has been recommended for the first Canadian pipeline project reviewed under rules enacted by the federal government in its 2019 Impact Assessment Act. The Canada Energy Regulator (CER) tacked 34 conditions and two national policy suggestions onto the recommended permit for TC Energy Corp.…

May 31, 2022
U.S. Liquids Pipeline Safety Improving, Say Trade Groups

U.S. Liquids Pipeline Safety Improving, Say Trade Groups

The safety of U.S. liquids pipelines has improved across several key metrics over the past five years, according to a new joint report from the American Petroleum Institute (API) and the Association of Oil Pipe Lines (AOPL). “Pipelines are not only the best way to deliver large volumes of liquids energy; they are also the…

May 13, 2022
Energy Transfer Building Export Options Via Haynesville, Permian for LNG and Lots of Liquids

Energy Transfer Building Export Options Via Haynesville, Permian for LNG and Lots of Liquids

With customer demand growing, Energy Transfer LP’s management team is confident that the Lake Charles, LA, natural gas export project will be sanctioned before the end of the year. During the recent first quarter conference call, Co-CEO Tom Mason said “we’re really excited about where we are today” regarding the pending liquefied natural gas (LNG)…

May 11, 2022
Pembina Says Montney Shale Liquids, Natural Gas in High Demand

Pembina Says Montney Shale Liquids, Natural Gas in High Demand

Rising prices and producer demand for delivery service in the gassy Montney Shale of northern Alberta and British Columbia (BC) ignited a “tremendous start” to the year for Pembina Pipeline Corp., management said.  The Calgary operator, which reports in Canadian dollars (C$1.00/US 80 cents) said highlights of the first quarter included relaunching construction of the…

May 11, 2022
DT Midstream Joins Growing Endeavor to Tackle Emissions Across Natural Gas Industry

DT Midstream Joins Growing Endeavor to Tackle Emissions Across Natural Gas Industry

Natural gas pipeline and storage provider DT Midstream Inc. (DTM), with a portfolio that includes 900 miles of regulated interstate pipelines, said Wednesday it would join a rapidly growing project aimed at better understanding the energy industry’s role in greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. A day later, Houston-based Kinder Morgan Inc. (KMI), one of the largest…

April 21, 2022
TC Testing Support to Expand Marketlink Oil Transport from Oklahoma to Texas Coast

TC Testing Support to Expand Marketlink Oil Transport from Oklahoma to Texas Coast

TC Energy Corp. is gauging customer interest in oil transportation services that would connect Oklahoma crude supply with downstream refining markets on the Texas coast. The binding open season to solicit firm commitments for oil transportation service on the Marketlink Pipeline System was launched Friday. Marketlink has a capacity of 750,000 b/d and connects to…

April 8, 2022
EIA Says U.S. Needs More Natural Gas Pipes to Boost Output, Stabilize Prices

EIA Says U.S. Needs More Natural Gas Pipes to Boost Output, Stabilize Prices

If U.S. natural gas infrastructure is not expanded to meet growing demand, prices would escalate and more electricity generation is likely from renewables, coal and nuclear sources over the next three decades, according to federal researchers. In the U.S. Energy Information (EIA) Annual Energy Outlook 2022 (AEO2022) issued in March, the reference case – the…

April 5, 2022
Navigator, Siouxland Ethanol Reach Long-Term Carbon Capture Agreement

Navigator, Siouxland Ethanol Reach Long-Term Carbon Capture Agreement

Navigator CO2 Ventures LLC said Wednesday it has entered a long-term agreement to supply carbon dioxide (CO2) capture, transportation and storage services to Siouxland Ethanol LLC on Navigator’s Heartland Greenway carbon capture and storage (CCS) system. Navigator reached a final investment decision last fall on Heartland Greenway, a 1,300 mile CCS pipeline that would traverse…

March 24, 2022
E.ON Sees Risk for Nord Stream 1 Stakes, but No Plans to Divest

E.ON Sees Risk for Nord Stream 1 Stakes, but No Plans to Divest

German power supplier E.ON SE has indicated its minority stake in one of Europe’s vital routes for Russian natural gas is at risk, but for now, it has no plans to divest. The utility holds a 15.5% stake in Nord Stream AG, a subsidiary of Russian state-owned Gazprom PJSC, which  operates Nord Stream 1 (NS1).…

March 18, 2022
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