Magellan Midstream Partners LP plans to reduce its capital expenditures (capex) through 2020 after determining that an oil pipeline project to connect the Permian Basin to the Texas coast was unlikely to proceed.
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Calgary-based Enbridge Inc. said it is “actively working with the new administration” of Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz on plans to replace a crude oil pipeline across the state’s northern tier, although it is still awaiting state and federal permits for the project.
FERC approval of a proposed certificate for the Calcasieu Pass liquefied natural gas (LNG) export project in Louisiana by next Tuesday (Jan. 22) is “critically important,” according to a filing by Venture Global LNG.
Construction of the Atlantic Coast Pipeline (ACP) is still on hold after the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit refused to narrow its order staying the implementation of key federal authorizations that forced the project to stop work early last month.
More than half of National Fuel Gas Co.’s (NFG) fiscal year (FY) 2019 capital expenditures are to be spent on its upstream business in Appalachia, as plans call for subsidiary Seneca Resources Corp. to continue running three rigs with year/year production forecast to increase by 24%.
FERC last week issued letter orders to advance a trio of natural gas pipeline projects in the Appalachian Basin.
NextDecade Corp.has launched a competitive engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) bid process for its Rio Grande LNG project, and has issued formal invitations to bid toBechtel Corp.,Fluor Corp.andMcDermott International Inc.On Friday, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission issuedenvironmental schedulesfor Rio Grande and 11 other pending LNG export terminal projects. According to the order, FERC expects to issue a draft environmental impact statement (EIS) for Rio Grande next month and a final EIS in April 2019. Assuming a favorable FERC order, NextDecade anticipates a final investment decision on the project in 3Q2019.
TransCanada Corp.’s growth enabler for oilsands exports to the United States, the hotly contested Keystone XL pipeline project, has been ordered to submit route changes across Nebraska to an additional environmental impact statement (EIS) by the U.S. State Department.
FERC on Wednesday cleared the embattled Mountain Valley Pipeline LLC (MVP) project to resume construction along the first 77 miles in West Virginia, enough to add an incremental 1 Bcf/d of service, but with much of the project still stalled, MVP on Thursday announced a massive workforce reduction.