On the heels of a friendly C$600 million ($449 million) natural gas processing takeover in Alberta, Oklahoma-based SemGroup Corp. highlighted a growth plan that drove the deal by starting up an operation in the Canadian province early.
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Oklahoma-based Oneok Inc. is moving ahead with an expansion of its natural gas processing plant in North Dakota’s Bakken Shale.
Dallas-based Lucid Energy Group has agreed to expand its natural gas gathering and processing in the Permian Basin of New Mexico with a subsidiary of Marathon Oil Co., and to commission a cryogenic processing plant in Lea County.
Production gathering pipelines and processing plants in Canadian natural gas hot spots changed hands Wednesday, when Enbridge Inc. sold field operations in northern British Columbia (BC) and Alberta for C$4.3 billion ($3.3 billion).
To accelerate upstream development by its U.S. onshore exploration business, Tulsa-based Unit Corp. agreed Thursday to sell a half-stake in natural gas processing subsidiary Superior Pipeline Co. LLC for $300 million.
MPLX LP plans to bring online its Argo natural gas processing plant in the Permian Basin in the first quarter of this year, a move that aligns with goals to enhance its footprint in the prolific play, President Michael Hennigan said Thursday.
Targa Resources Corp.and MPLX LP plan to expand the Centrahoma Processing LLC joint venture that serves producers working in Oklahoma’s Arkoma Woodford Basin. Targa and MPLX plan to build a 150 MMcf/d cryogenic natural gas processing plant, to be named Hickory Hills, in Hughes County, which could begin operations in late 2018. Targa is contributing its existing 150 MMcf/d Flag City Plant acquired in May 2017 and then decommissioned, which would become Hickory Hills once additional required plant infrastructure is installed. Targa also agreed to contribute the 120 MMcf/d cryogenic Tupelo Plant in Coal County. In exchange, Targa would maintain its 60% interest and be paid an undisclosed amount by MPLX, its 40% partner.
Houston-based Hess Midstream Partners LP and Targa Resources Corp. are teaming up to construct Little Missouri Four (LM4), a 200 MMcf/d natural gas processing plant in North Dakota.
Williams Partners LP has reached agreement with Southwestern Energy Co. to expand the producer’s natural gas gathering and processing services in West Virginia.
A dramatic increase in processing and fractionation capacity in Appalachia since 2010 has helped set the pace for the region’s natural gas production growth, with more expansion on the horizon, the Energy Information Administration (EIA) said in a note Tuesday.