The recently consolidated Energy Transfer LP (ET) remains committed to the Lake Charles liquefied natural gas (LNG) export project in Louisiana, and management expects to reach a final investment decision (FID) by next year.
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The Port of Corpus Christi in South Texas, a go-to destination for increasing natural gas and oil volumes surging from the Permian Basin, set a new tonnage record for the first nine months of the year at 79.3 million tons, officials said Tuesday.
Enbridge Inc. was given approval late Wednesday to restart an unharmed 30-inch diameter natural gas pipeline that is in the same right-of-way as a 36-inch pipeline that exploded in British Columbia (BC) on Tuesday.
Crestwood Equity Partners LP is increasing its capital spending to reflect its growing interests in the hot spot Delaware sub-basin of the Permian Basin and in the Powder River Basin (PRB) of Wyoming, the company said Tuesday.
In the article “Price Doldrums, Production Slump Weigh on 2Q2017 NatGas Marketers,” CenterPoint Energy’s 2Q2016 and 2Q2017 volumes were incorrectly stated. The correct volumes are 3.01 Bcf/d in 2Q2017 and 2.19 Bcf/d in 2Q2016, representing a 37% increase. Story and rankings chart have been updated. NGI regrets the error.
Energy Transfer Partners LP’s Rover Pipeline was flowing just above 600 MMcf/d out of eastern Ohio Wednesday after ramping up over the holiday weekend, helping to lift Appalachian Basin prices amid recent weakness at regional hubs.
The volume of inlet gas received at the Sabine Pass LNG Terminal was up substantially during November and December, as was the number of export cargos. Meanwhile, during November the terminal saw four cargos depart for Mexico, twice as many as during the preceding nine months.
Noble Energy Inc. has raised its U.S. onshore organic investments for 2017 by 90% year/year, in a bid to raise drilling and completion activity in Colorado and Texas, the Houston-based super independent said Tuesday.
Westbound volumes on the Rockies Express Pipeline LLC (REX) increased about 200 MMcf/d this week, according to NGI’s REX Zone 3 Tracker.
State and federal regulators said 64 wastewater disposal wells targeting the Arbuckle Formation in Oklahoma should be either shut in or have reduced operations, after a Tuesday evening earthquake that measured 4.5 on the Richter scale struck the same area as the state’s largest temblor recorded in September.