Routes

Nebraska DEQ Gets Keystone XL Pipe Route Alternatives

The Nebraska Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) said Thursday it has begun looking at alternative routes for the proposed Keystone XL oil pipeline suggested by its sponsor, Alberta-based TransCanada Corp. This means the start of a public hearing process by DEQ.

April 23, 2012

Keystone Delayed, Not Discarded, Says CEO

TransCanada Corp. plans to continue to pursue various routes for the spurned Keystone XL oil pipeline project, and shippers holding long-term firm contracts equating to 850,000 b/d also plan to stick with the C$7 billion, 1,700-mile pipeline project, CEO Russ Girling said Thursday.

January 23, 2012

Some EXCO Production Shut In Following Plant Incident

As of Monday 10-20 MMcf/d of EXCO Resources Inc. net production remained shut in pending space availability on alternate pipeline routes or resumption of treating operations at TGGT Holdings LLC plants following a May 28 incident that prompted the shutdown of the two plants, the company said.

June 7, 2011

Bentek: Shifting Supply to Spark ‘Several’ Pipe Rate Cases

As natural gas pipelines serving traditional long-line routes to market in North America have begun filing for new rate hikes in an attempt to make up for the load lost to locally delivered shale gas, fundamental market changes associated with the rate increases could affect basis differentials going forward, according to a new report from Evergreen, CO-based Bentek Energy.

June 6, 2011

Bentek: Shifting Supply to Spark ‘Several’ Pipe Rate Cases

As natural gas pipelines serving traditional long-line routes to market in North America have begun filing for new rate hikes in an attempt to make up for the load lost to locally delivered shale gas, fundamental market changes associated with the rate increases could affect basis differentials going forward, according to a new report from Evergreen, CO-based Bentek Energy.

June 2, 2011

Unconventional Gas Growth Changing Pipe, Market Dynamics, Bentek Says

As natural gas pipelines serving traditional long-line routes to market in North America have begun filing for new rate hikes in an attempt to make up for the load lost to locally delivered shale gas, fundamental market changes associated with the rate increases could affect basis differentials going forward, according to a new report from Evergreen, CO-based Bentek Energy.

June 2, 2011

Process Gas Consumers Gain Ground in Pipeline Rate Cases

Natural gas pipelines serving traditional long-line routes to market have begun filing for new rate hikes of up to 500% in an attempt to make up for the load lost to locally delivered shale gas, Dena Wiggins, counsel to the Process Gas Consumers Group (PGC), told a membership meeting Thursday.

May 23, 2011

Process Gas Consumers Gain Ground in Pipeline Rate Cases

Natural gas pipelines serving traditional long-line routes to market have begun filing for new rate hikes of up to 500% in an attempt to make up for the load lost to locally delivered shale gas, Dena Wiggins, counsel to the Process Gas Consumers Group (PGC), told a membership meeting Thursday.

May 18, 2011

FERC: Gas Supply and Demand Set Records in 2010

Natural gas supply and demand set new records in 2010, while regional changes in production and new infrastructure changed utilization along some key pipeline routes across the country, according to a state of the markets report issued Thursday by FERC’s Office of Enforcement.

April 25, 2011

FERC: Gas Supply and Demand Set Records in 2010

Natural gas supply and demand set new records in 2010, while regional changes in production and new infrastructure changed utilization along some key pipeline routes across the country, according to a state of the markets report issued Thursday by FERC’s Office of Enforcement.

April 25, 2011
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