Medallion Pipeline Co. LLC is gauging support in expanding a Permian Basin crude system in the Midland sub-basin of West Texas.
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Dallas-based Energy Transfer Partners LP is holding a binding open season to test support for intrastate Texas service from the Permian Basin to the Gulf Coast for up to 50,000 b/d of volume commitments on Phase 1 of Permian Express 3. The capacity offered would represent the remaining available volumes for first phase of the 140,000 b/d system. The remaining capacity is expected to come online later this year. For information contact Vice President Chris Martin at (713) 989-6250 or email him at email@example.com.
A subsidiary of Plains All American Pipeline LPis conducting an open season through July 17 for committed crude oil pipeline capacity from the Permian Basin’s Delaware sub-basin to the Cushing hub in Oklahoma. The pipeline would originate at Conan Station in Loving County, TX. Depending on the results of the open season, committed volumes would move on a combination of new and existing pipelines. Subject to shipper commitments and regulatory approvals, the pipeline could be operational in mid-2019. For information contact Kevin Snodgrass.
Twenty-four companies representing a wide range of industries and national origin gained access Monday to Mexico’s natural gas pipelines that had been under the control of state-run oil company Petroleos Mexicanos (Pemex) for almost eight decades.
Tall Oak Midstream II LLC is holding a nonbinding open season through April 20 for its TOM Midcon Transport residue gas pipeline project, which would serve Midcontinent producers with increased takeaway capacity.
Phillips 66 is holding an open season for capacity on the proposed Reeves-Odessa Origination (Rodeo) Project, which would provide crude oil takeaway capacity from the Delaware Basin, a subbasin of the Permian.
London-based supermajor BP plc on Friday was taking precautions in the Gulf of Mexico (GOM) as a tropical disturbance with the potential to grow into a larger storm rolled out of the Atlantic Ocean near Cuba.
Despite relative calm during the first 10 weeks of the Atlantic hurricane season, forecasters still expect tropical activity this year that could threaten energy interests in the Gulf of Mexico (GOM) and along the eastern seaboard.
St. Louis, MO-based Spire Inc. — formerly The Laclede Group — announced an open season for the Spire STL Pipeline, a proposed 70-mile steel natural gas pipeline that would interconnect to the Rockies Express Pipeline in Scott County, IL, and end in St. Louis County, MO.
The probability of a transition from a Pacific El Nino to a La Nina event later this year, which many forecasters believe could pump up tropical storm activity in the Atlantic Basin, could also lead to a hotter-than-normal summer, according to MDA Weather Services.