Enbridge said on Sept. 30 it did not have a specific date for return to full service for the newly-reversed Line 9 pipeline.
Polarled is the first pipeline on the Norwegian continental shelf that crosses the Arctic Circle and opens up a brand new highway for gas from the Norwegian Sea to Europe.
Willbros Group Inc. said Sept. 28 it has won projects in Alberta, Canada, and two others in the Texas Gulf Coast.
The project is a world-scale NGL sourced ethane gas to polyethylene (PE) manufacturing facility in North Dakota announced in October 2014.
The $2 billion project is expected to provide producers in the Marcellus and Utica shale areas new transportation options to move gas out.
TransCanada delays the in-service date for its Heartland Pipeline.
The UMTP project will transport NGL and condensate produced from the Utica and Marcellus basins to delivery points along the Texas Gulf Coast.
Three of its four production platforms have gone offline and the last is expected to be shut in soon, but the name will live on.
Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper heads into October elections while $8 billion Alberta-U.S. Gulf Coast pipeline remains under review. Harper’s government emphasizes Keystone’s potential job creation and eased imports.
The proceeds will most likely be used on Pioneer's Permian and Eagle Ford assets, where rates-of-return are above 50% at current commodity prices, said an analyst.
The proposed US$500 million project would be the largest private investment in Portland, Oregon's history. Canada’s Pembina has distributed propane by rail in Oregon for 15 years.
Fractionator IV can handle 120,000 barrels per day. It has several long-term contracts, and it will provide off-take for Lone Star Express Pipeline, a new 533-mile, 24- and 30-inch pipeline.