Infrastructure

COLUMN: Natural Gas Makes it to Baja California Sur, a Lesson for Underserved Mexican States

COLUMN: Natural Gas Makes it to Baja California Sur, a Lesson for Underserved Mexican States

Editor’s Note: NGI’s Mexico Gas Price Index, a leader tracking Mexico’s natural gas market reform, is offering the following column by Eduardo Prud’homme as part of a regular series on understanding this process. Baja California is a very long peninsula, but in economic terms, especially on its southern end, the flow of goods and services…

June 18, 2021
Bakken Pipeline Expected to Help North Dakota Production, Natural Gas Capture

Bakken Pipeline Expected to Help North Dakota Production, Natural Gas Capture

A Bakken Shale natural gas pipeline project is expected to increase North Dakota’s efforts to raise production and reduce flaring, according to the director of the state’s Pipeline Authority. MDU Resources Group Inc.’s pipeline unit, WBI Energy Inc. earlier this month received approval for an expansion project to build the North Bakken pipeline. Construction should…

June 18, 2021
Pony Express Testing Support for Wyoming-to-Colorado Oil Pipe Expansion

Pony Express Testing Support for Wyoming-to-Colorado Oil Pipe Expansion

Tallgrass Pony Express Pipeline LLC has launched a binding open season to gauge interest from crude oil shippers in securing expansion capacity on a section of the 830-mile pipeline. Pony Express has a capacity of roughly 400,000 b/d, and sources crude from the Williston, Denver Julesburg and Powder River basins. The system stretches from Guernsey,…

June 18, 2021
Lease Terminated for Natural Gas-Fueled NW Methanol Plant in Washington

Lease Terminated for Natural Gas-Fueled NW Methanol Plant in Washington

A Chinese-backed methanol export plant proposed for the Port of Kalama in Washington has effectively been canceled after the sponsor said it would terminate its lease. Northwest Innovation Works (NWIW) notified port officials on Friday that it would end efforts to develop a project. Port officials blamed the “state’s regulatory and political environment for killing…

June 17, 2021
Permian Midstreamer EagleClaw Shooting for Net-Zero Emissions by 2050

Permian Midstreamer EagleClaw Shooting for Net-Zero Emissions by 2050

Houston-based EagleClaw Midstream LLC has joined its midstream peers in announcing plans to reach net-zero emissions by no later than 2050. “We are grateful to have incredibly talented and committed employees, suppliers and customers who all share our vision of working together to collectively stem the impacts of climate change for future generations,” CEO Jamie…

June 17, 2021
Pembina, TC Energy Launch Alberta Carbon Grid to Capture, Store Pipeline Emissions

Pembina, TC Energy Launch Alberta Carbon Grid to Capture, Store Pipeline Emissions

Canada oil and gas infrastructure giants Pembina Pipeline Corp. and TC Energy Corp. on Thursday agreed to partner in the Alberta Carbon Grid (ACG) to create a commercial pathway to  reduce and store greenhouse gases. The Calgary-based pipeline companies proposed building a northern pipeline network and storage hub capable of collecting and disposing of up…

June 17, 2021
ConEd Looking to Power New York City’s Future with Natural Gas, Mix of Renewables

ConEd Looking to Power New York City’s Future with Natural Gas, Mix of Renewables

With New York City aiming by 2040 to achieve net-zero electricity emissions, along with using 100% renewables and a ban on fossil fuel use in all new buildings, the Big Apple’s largest utility, Consolidated Edison Inc. (ConEd), has begun to make big adjustments, CEO Timothy Cawley said Tuesday. Our Energy Policy, an energy issues nonprofit,…

June 17, 2021
Natural Gas said Vital to Shrinking Mexico’s North-South Development Gap

Natural Gas said Vital to Shrinking Mexico’s North-South Development Gap

Natural gas could help determine whether Mexico can shrink the economic gap between its industrialized north and developing south, according to a new report published by Rice University’s Baker Institute for Public Policy. Through his Program for the Development of the Isthmus of Tehuantepec (PDIT), President Andrés Manuel López Obrador is aiming to succeed where…

June 16, 2021
Natural Gas Set for Bigger Role in Ontario Energy Mix

Natural Gas Set for Bigger Role in Ontario Energy Mix

Natural gas use is set to grow in Ontario with boosts from both the provincial government and industrial demand. The government recently announced it would allocate more than C$234 million ($191 million) to add 43 rural, northern and native communities to the distribution network in Canada’s most populated province. It authorized 28 projects to connect…

June 16, 2021
July Natural Gas Futures Lose Luster Against Technical Resistance; Cash Prices Fall

July Natural Gas Futures Lose Luster Against Technical Resistance; Cash Prices Fall

After a five-day rally fueled by blistering heat and surging cash prices, natural gas futures faded on Tuesday as export volumes retreated, technical resistance loomed and traders took profits. The July Nymex contract dipped 11.2 cents day/day and settled at $3.240/MMBtu. August slid 11.1 cents to $3.256. NGI’s Spot Gas National Avg. shed 13.5 cents…

June 15, 2021
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