Pipeline giant Williams is suing the Railroad Commission of Texas (RRC) for routinely approving natural gas venting and flaring, which it claims violates state law.
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The Railroad Commission of Texas (RRC) on a 2-1 vote has granted Exco Operating Co. LP its exemption request to flare natural gas in an Eagle Ford Shale field over the objections of pipeline giant Williams.
Williams has acquired and placed into service the 16-inch diameter Norphlet deepwater natural gas gathering pipeline system in the Gulf of Mexico (GOM), extending the reach of the Tulsa-based operator’s massive Transcontinental Gas Pipe Line (Transco) system.
Oil and natural gas midstream giant Williams can “hit the ground running” expanding its capital spending in the Northeast after completing a $3.8 billion joint venture (JV) with Canada Pension Plan Investment Board (CPPIB).
Tulsa-based pipeline giant Williams has joined the natural gas industry’s Our Nation’s Energy Future Coalition (ONE Future), which is working to reduce methane emissions across the value chain.
New York has for now blocked even more Appalachian shale gas from entering the state after denying a key permit for the Northeast Supply Enhancement Project.
After a nearly three-year regulatory process and strong opposition by environmental groups, Williams may move forward with the Northeast Supply Enhancement (NESE) project, a large expansion of Transcontinental Gas Pipe Line (Transco), federal regulators said Friday.
Crestwood Equity Partners LP has taken full ownership of the Jackalope Gas Gathering System and Bucking Horse Processing Plant in Converse County, WY, after acquiring the other half stake from Williams for $485 million in cash.
While some producers and midstreamers have shifted their focus from the Marcellus and Utica shales to oilier, more lucrative plays, pipeline giant Williams is expanding its Appalachian position by purchasing with the Canada Pension Plan Investment Board (CPPIB) the remaining 38% stake in Utica East Ohio (UEO) Midstream.
With an eye on optimizing its position in the Marcellus and Utica basins, Williams has purchased the remaining 38% stake in the Utica East Ohio (UEO) Midstream from Momentum Midstream and will take over as operator through a partnership with investment group Canada Pension Plan Investment Board (CPPIB).