Replacement

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
Enbridge, Michigan Reach Deal on Line 5 Oil Pipeline Replacement

Enbridge, Michigan Reach Deal on Line 5 Oil Pipeline Replacement

Enbridge Inc. has agreed to cover the costs of an underwater tunnel that would accommodate a replacement for its 65 year-old oil and natural gas liquids pipeline beneath the Straits of Mackinac.

October 5, 2018

Kansas NatGas Operators Bidding to Accelerate Pipeline Upgrade Program

The three major natural gas providers in Kansas told state regulators that a special funding mechanism is needed to accelerate the replacement of thousands of miles of distribution pipelines in the state’s aging, 21,000-mile distribution network.

April 5, 2016

State Regulators to Probe Safety of Philadelphia Gas Works Infrastructure

The Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission (PUC) this week said it would conduct an “in-depth” investigation into the safety and replacement of the Philadelphia Gas Works’ (PGW) aging distribution system.

January 13, 2015

California OKs Major Gas-Fired Power Replacement Project

California energy officials on Wednesday gave the green light to AES Corp.’s plans to replace its old, inefficient natural gas-fired generation complex at Huntington Beach with a state of the art 939 MW gas-fired plant.

October 31, 2014
Pennsylvania PUC Approves UGI Plan to Replace Aging NatGas Mains

Pennsylvania PUC Approves UGI Plan to Replace Aging NatGas Mains

Regulators in Pennsylvania have approved a long-term infrastructure improvement plan (LTIIP) that lays the groundwork for UGI Utilities’ Gas Division to replace its cast iron mains within 14 years and its bare steel mains within 30 years.

July 10, 2014

ExxonMobil Turn to Liquids Shows in Proven Reserves Estimates

ExxonMobil Corp. replaced its proved oil and natural gas reserves in 2013 by 1.6 billion boe, a 103% replacement overall and a 153% jump in crude and liquids. However, total proved reserves, which now stand at 25.2 billion boe, are flat from a year ago.

February 21, 2014

No Timetable on New CEO, Says Acting Chesapeake Chief

Chesapeake Energy Corp.’s co-founder and CEO Aubrey McClendon officially stepped out of the batter’s box Monday, but there’s no permanent replacement and no timetable on when a successor will be named, said acting CEO Steven Dixon. However, operations are running “smoothly,” despite some constraints in the Utica Shale.

April 2, 2013
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