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Construction

Suspected Arson Damages Dakota Access Pipeline Equipment

A $100,000 reward is being offered for information leading to the arrest and conviction of anyone responsible.

Rally against Dakota Access Pipeline in Oregon.
Construction

Court Denies Dakota Access Injunction But Fight Will Continue

Energy Transfer Partner’s Bakken pipeline survives appeals court motion, but Standing Rock Sioux not giving up battle to kill it.

Cove Point terminal in Lusby, Md.
LNG

Cove Point's Close-Up

The nearly 40-year-old LNG terminal is preparing for a starring role in the global LNG market.

Frank Nieto

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Construction

Eagle LNG Submits Draft Resource Report To FERC For Jacksonville Project

Eagle LNG moves closer to receiving permitting for construction of facility in Florida.

Construction

Oil Sands To Advance On Long, Winding Road

Volatile pricing, pipeline capacity concerns could hinder growth of Canadian oil sands production, but output still expected to rise.

Joseph Markman, Hart Energy

Construction

Shell May Be Moving Forward With Marcellus Cracker

Pennsylvania retail mall operator may have offered clue to Shell's plans to develop a world-class ethane cracker in the natural gas-rich Marcellus and Utica shale region.

Frank Nieto, Hart Energy

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Acquisitions & Divestitures

Tallgrass Buys Out Partner’s Stake In Rockies Express Pipeline

As a part of the deal, Tallgrass will acquire Sempra’s share in the pipeline’s roughly $2.6 billion of debt, which equates to about $640 million.
 

Gathering-Processing

How To Build Out Without Really Building

Diversifying into the downstream makes sense from a strategic perspective, but the economics are lacking for most players to build a refinery from scratch.

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Construction

Contents Under Pressure: New Pipelines Ease Marcellus Takeaway Troubles

New pipeline capacity in the Appalachian Basin has started to erode the Northeast’s differentials with Henry Hub and billions more cubic feet of capacity is coming.

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Crude Oil

Obama Rejects Keystone XL, Raises Industry Hackles

Since its initial application nearly seven years ago, Transcanada’s Keystone XL pipeline has become a symbol for politicians and environmental groups—for different reasons.

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Pipelines

No More Timeouts: Kerry Rejects TransCanada’s Keystone Delay Request

TransCanada asked for a delay to address its pipeline route in Nebraska after the U.S. State Department previously halted the review for similar reasons in the state.

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Acquisitions & Divestitures

Despite Cash Crunch, Rice Forms Utica Midstream JV With Gulfport

Rice and Gulfport team up to build Utica midstream assets in the dry gas core of the Utica, but Rice faces an estimated $424 million spending deficit in 2016.

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