Transporters

Canadian Pipes Want Shippers to Cover Cleanup Costs

Environmental surcharges will be permanently tacked onto Canadian pipeline tolls if the National Energy Board (NEB) grants requests by natural gas and oil transporters to make shippers cover cleanup liabilities.

July 1, 2013

Canadian Pipelines Want Cleanup Charges Added to Shippers’ Tab

Environmental surcharges will be permanently tacked onto Canadian pipeline tolls if the National Energy Board (NEB) grants requests by natural gas and oil transporters to make shippers cover cleanup liabilities.

July 1, 2013
Rail Transport of Bakken Oil Skyrockets

Rail Transport of Bakken Oil Skyrockets

The railroad transportation of Bakken oil supplies continues to grow, and transporters are investing in new facilities on a pace with pipeline takeaway growth, according to the latest statistics from the North Dakota Department of Mineral Resources (DMR) and the state pipeline authority.

November 2, 2012

FERC Nixes Reporting Requirement for CA Gas Sellers

The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission cut a break last week to transporters and sellers of natural gas to the California market. It voted not to extend an initiative that requires them to report extensive information on their sales’ prices and volumes on a monthly basis.

February 4, 2002

FERC Nixes Reporting Requirement for CA Gas Sellers

The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission cut transporters and sellers of natural gas to the California market a major break Wednesday when it voted not to extend an initiative that requires them to report extensive information on their sales’ prices and volumes on a monthly basis.

January 31, 2002

FERC Upholds Reporting Requirements for CA Sellers

The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission has upheld its earlier order imposing a heavy reporting requirement on transporters and sellers of natural gas into the California market.

October 22, 2001

FERC Upholds Reporting Requirements for CA Sellers

The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission has upheld its earlier order imposing a heavy reporting requirements on transporters and sellers of natural gas into the California market.

October 19, 2001

Foothills CEOs Says Canada to Gain With Alaska Pipe

Canadians are being assured by their two biggest natural gas transporters that they don’t have to take sides in the contest over the northern pipelines because they stand to gain no matter which project wins. After carrying an estimated C$40 billion worth (US$27 billion) of exports to the United States in the past 20 years, the “prebuild” of the Alaska pipeline, completed by Foothills Pipe Lines Ltd., predicts that far from losing, Canadians stand to gain if the country can build the missing northern link in the Alaska Natural Gas Transportation System (ANGTS).

July 16, 2001

Foothills CEOs Say Canada to Gain With Alaska Pipe

Canadians are being assured by their two biggest natural gas transporters that they don’t have to take sides in the contest over the northern pipelines because they stand to gain no matter which project wins. After carrying an estimated C$40 billion worth (US$27 billion) of exports to the United States in the past 20 years, the “prebuild” of the Alaska pipeline, completed by Foothills Pipe Lines Ltd., predicts that far from losing, Canadians stand to gain if the country can build the missing northern link in the Alaska Natural Gas Transportation System (ANGTS).

July 16, 2001

FERC Bows to Capitol Hill Pressure with Reporting Requirement

FERC’s plan to impose a (price and volume) reporting requirement on transporters and sellers into the California natural gas market (RM01-9) has drawn mixed reactions from industry, but most agree that the Commission was pressed by Congress to take this action.

May 28, 2001
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