The Marcellus Shale continues to make its presence felt, not just in the Northeast but also down south in the Gulf Coast region where Boardwalk Pipeline Partners LP continues to see its pipeline capacity discounted by a market awash in gas.
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Maine Natural Gas (MNG) has finished filling its new 21-mile natural gas main, which runs from the Maritimes and Northeast pipeline tap in Windsor, ME, and on to the MaineGeneral Medical Center (MGMC) in Augusta, the state’s capital.
FERC Friday issued a favorable draft environmental review of Kinder Morgan’s international Sierrita Pipeline project, which would deliver natural gas to southwestern markets in the United States and high-growth power generation markets in northern Mexico.
The Florida Public Service Commission (PSC) on Thursday unanimously approved Florida Power & Light Co.’s (FPL) contracts for a planned 600-mile pipeline system to bring more natural gas into the state.
Texas Eastern Transmission LP (Tetco) has asked FERC for authorization to undertake certain activities to protect its pipeline system in Pennsylvania from potential ground subsidence during longwall coal mining that is planned by Emerald Coal Resources LP.
Utilities in Florida have received approval from the state’s Public Service Commission (PSC) to bill customers surcharges to cover the cost of replacing aging cast iron and bare steel natural gas distribution pipelines.
FERC has approved Tennessee Gas Pipeline’s (TGP) request to place into service the remaining facilities of its MPP Project in Pennsylvania, which would provide producers with an additional 240,000 Dth/d of takeaway capacity to transport gas to Northeast markets.
As an outgrowth of the North American shale revolution, natural gas increasingly will capture a bigger piece of global energy demand with a denser network offering greater flexibility and improved economics, according to a white paper released Friday by General Electric Corp. (GE).
Newport Beach, CA-based Clean Energy Fuels Corp., one of the nation’s largest providers of natural gas transportation fuels and fueling infrastructure, said Monday it has formed a strategic alliance with the transportation finance unit of General Electric Corp. (GE) aimed at heavy duty trucking fleets.