Questar Holds Open Season to Expand Uinta Takeaway Capacity

Questar Holds Open Season to Expand Uinta Takeaway Capacity

Responding to the increase in natural gas production out of the Uinta Basin, Questar Pipeline Co. will be holding a binding open season to solicit support for an expansion of takeaway capacity by extending its Jurisdictional Lateral 138 (JL138) to the Myton Yard in Myton, UT.

May 14, 2013

Midstream Pair Considering Alberta NGL Pipeline

Calgary-based midstream company Keyera Corp. and Plains All American Pipeline subsidiary Plains Midstream Canada ULC have joined forces to solicit interest in the construction of a jointly-owned natural gas liquids (NGL) pipeline system in northwest Alberta.

April 12, 2013

Questar Pipeline Considering Utah Expansion

Questar Pipeline Co. (QPC) is holding an open season through Jan. 31 to solicit binding support to install nine miles of natural gas pipeline and ancillary facilities on its jurisdictional line (JL) 47 in Duchesne County, UT.

December 27, 2011

Enterprise, Enbridge Plan Open Seasons for Seaway Pipeline

Enterprise Products Partners LP (EPP) and Enbridge Inc. will hold concurrent open seasons Jan. 4-Feb. 10 to solicit capacity commitments from shippers for an expansion of their Seaway crude oil pipeline and an extension of the pipeline into the Port Arthur/Beaumont refining market in southeast Texas, the companies said.

December 23, 2011

Report Lists Merits to Arctic OCS Development

A new report on the merits of developing Alaska’s Arctic Outer Continental Shelf (OCS) states the move would create “significant economic effects,” and would generate thousands of jobs and billions in payroll and tax revenue.

March 1, 2011

Industry Brief

El Paso Corp. subsidiary El Paso Midstream Group Inc. is holding a nonbinding open season through Sept. 10 to solicit interest on its proposed Marcellus Ethane Pipeline System (MEPS). If there is sufficient interest, MEPS would conduct a binding open season in October. The proposed MEPS, with a targeted in-service date of April 1, 2013, would be designed to transport up to 60,000 b/d of ethane from points of origin at the fractionation plants in the ethane-rich Marcellus Shale production region to destination interconnect points with third-party ethane pipelines and storage facilities in the Baton Rouge, LA, area. MEPS would be comprised of a combination of new pipeline and existing pipeline segments expected to be acquired from Tennessee Gas Pipeline Co. and converted to ethane service. For information visit

August 10, 2010

Industry Brief

Southern Star Central Gas Pipeline Inc. announced a potential new delivery project and the commencement of an open season to solicit binding bids for new firm deliveries to Northern Natural Gas (NNG). Southern Star has determined that it can construct facilities capable of providing firm deliveries up to 64,750 Dth/d. NNG is holding a concurrent open season to allow customers access to firm capacity on both systems. The delivery project will allow for new deliveries into NNG’s field area at Kiowa County, KS, from Southern Star’s KH Line (Line Segment 130) in the production zone. Bids for the delivery project should be submitted by 5 p.m. CDT March 27. Open season information is available on Southern Star’s electronic bulletin board at Responses to the open season will help determine if market demand economically justifies this delivery project. For information about the project, contact Todd Millay at (270) 852-4664 or Jim Neukam at (270) 852-4665. For information on NNG’s concurrent open season, contact April Gregory at (402) 398-7643 or Penny McCarran at (713) 653-1807.

March 10, 2009

Transportation Notes

MRT kept a System Protection Warning in place for Tuesday only, lifting it at the start of Wednesday’s gas day.

March 4, 2009

ETP Launches Open Season for New Haynesville Pipe

A binding open season was launched Friday by Energy Transfer Partners LP (ETP) to solicit market interest in the Tiger Pipeline, a 180-mile, 42-inch diameter interstate system that would carry growing natural gas supplies from the Haynesville Shale.

February 23, 2009

Industry Briefs

Gulf South Pipeline Co. LP, a subsidiary of Boardwalk Pipeline Partners LP, has launched a binding open season to solicit interest in expanding its East Texas-to-Mississippi 42-inch diameter pipeline. The expansion would provide for increased natural gas production from East Texas and the emerging Haynesville Shale of northwestern Louisiana. If it obtains enough commitments in the open season, Gulf South would expand its existing system by 500,000 MMBtu/d with compression subject to Federal Energy Regulatory Commission approval. Gulf South said that based on commitments, it also may pursue “further expansions of its capacity beyond the initial expansion” of 500,000 MMBtu/d. The East Texas-to-Mississippi expansion project was placed in service early this year (see NGI, Jan. 21). Bids for capacity will be accepted until 3 p.m. CDT on Oct. 6. For more information contact Rick Whitworth at (713) 479-8644 or Steve Noe at (713) 479-8126, or visit

September 15, 2008
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