An area of colder-than-normal ocean water east of Newfoundland could throw a curve ball into the forecast, but AccuWeather forecasters believe the 2016 Atlantic hurricane season could be more active than usual, with a total of 14 named storms, eight of them hurricanes, including four major hurricanes (Category 3 or higher).
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Sunoco Launches Open Season for Third Mariner East Pipeline
Sunoco Logistic Partners LP is holding a binding open season for a third Mariner East pipeline to deliver Appalachian natural gas liquids (NGL) to its Marcus Hook Industrial Complex on the Delaware River south of Philadelphia.
Atlantic Hurricane Season Remains on Moderate Track, WSI Says
The first half of the 2014 Atlantic Hurricane season has produced only three named storms — none of them having any significant impact on the U.S. energy industry — and forecasters at Weather Services International (WSI) don’t expect the second half to be much worse.
NOAA Surer Than Ever of Relatively Mild 2014 Hurricane Season
With almost 10 weeks of the 2014 Atlantic hurricane season gone by and only two named storms having formed, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) on Thursday said it is more likely than ever that tropical activity this year will remain below normal.
Texas Gas Taking Firm Orders for Marcellus/Utica-to-Gulf Expansion
Coming off a successful nonbinding open season, Boardwalk Pipeline Partners LP is holding a binding open season for its Northern Supply Access expansion of Texas Gas Transmission, a project that would provide for receipts of Marcellus and Utica shale gas seeking markets in the Southeast and Gulf Coast.
WSI: ‘Steady as She Goes’ Atlantic Hurricane Forecast Remains Unchanged
Weather Services International (WSI) is sticking to its forecast of a mild 2014 Atlantic hurricane season, saying Tuesday that an El Nino event and cooler waters in the Atlantic Ocean will suppress tropical storm activity.
‘Hyped’ Market Called A Penny Higher
June natural gas is expected to open a penny higher Wednesday morning at $4.56 as traders reassess recent weather forecasts and balance those against expectations of near-term storage injections that are likely to soften the market. Overnight oil markets rose.
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Forecaster Expects Another Quiet Hurricane Season
The 2014 Atlantic Hurricane season is likely to be less active than normal, producing fewer powerful storms than average and bringing below-normal risk to the Gulf of Mexico (GOM) and Caribbean Sea, according to an early forecast from Houston-based ImpactWeather.
The Cupboard is Nearly Bare, But Gas Storage Refill ‘Doable’
With the country’s “extraordinary winter for natural gas consumption” winding down, thoughts of gas market players have been on what’s left in gas storage caverns and what it will take to refill them in time for winter 2014-2015.
MDU Unit Holds Open Season for Proposed Bakken Gas Pipeline
A unit of Bismarck, ND-based MDU Resources on Thursday launched an open season for a proposed $650 million natural gas transmission pipeline connecting plentiful Bakken Shale supplies to markets in the Great Lakes. Planning for the 375-mile pipeline is under way at MDU’s WBI Energy Inc.