Energy Transfer Plans Pipeline to Serve Haynesville

Energy Transfer Partners LP plans to serve Haynesville Shale gas production with a new 63-mile pipeline along with gathering and treating services. The proposed intrastate line would run from southeast Shelby County to Nacogdoches County in Texas.

June 3, 2010

Transportation Notes

Cheyenne Plains Gas Pipeline said no problems were identified during Tuesday’s emergency shutdown test at its Cheyenne Plains Compressor Station and treating plant. It increased operationally available capacity Wednesday to 816 MMcf/d at the station and the Cheyenne Plains West constraint point, and to 874 MMcf/d at the Cheyenne Plains East constraint point. That represented a complete restoration of its system, which had been flowing about 780 MMcf/d prior to a mid-September station fire that briefly required a total shutdown (see Daily GPI, Sept. 18).

November 8, 2007

El Paso Energy Partners Lines Up 3 New Deals in Texas

El Paso Energy Partners LP (EPN) said it has signed three new contracts totaling 246 Bcf/year of firm transportation capacity on its EPGT Texas intrastate pipeline and gas storage services at its Wilson Storage facility. City Public Service of San Antonio bought five years of firm transportation and storage service beginning July 1; Devon Energy Corp. added five years of firm transportation service beginning Oct. 1; and MGI Supply Ltd., an affiliate of Pemex Gas, began contracting for month-to-month service at the EPGT Texas delivery point located at Penitas, TX, on the Mexico border last month.

July 1, 2002

Enbridge Acquires TX Gathering Assets for $50M

Alberta-based Enbridge Inc. reported on Thursday that it plans to buy the South Texas gas gathering, treating and transmission assets of the Williams Companies for $50 million. The deal includes 492 miles of Ferc-regulated gas transmission and 298 miles of non-FERC regulated gathering systems and pipeline laterals.

January 7, 2002

Sempra Cooperates With ESPs

San Diego-based Sempra Energy’s two major utilities are taking anew attitude toward the energy service providers in California,treating them as customers rather than competitors under thecorporate holding company’s new strategy to capture an increasingshare of developing retail energy markets nationally. The utilitieswill concentrate on wires and pipes distribution, while nonutilityaffiliates go after the energy services markets.

May 8, 2000
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