Matt Sheehy of Tallgrass discusses the system as it relates to new product coming out of the Northeast.
Enterprise Products Partners LP will build its recently announced ethane export facility on the Houston Ship Channel.
Dakota Plains Holdings Inc. announced that beginning June 12, operations of its frac sand transloading at the Pioneer Terminal in New Town, N.D., will commence.
Company officials stated that its planned ethane export terminal is needed to provide optionality for producers.
Midwestern Gas withdrew its application with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission for the announced development of a natural gas pipeline lateral.
Williams suspended capital investments in the Bluegrass NGL pipeline due to an insufficient level of firm customer commitments.
After officials at Royal Dutch Shell announced plans in March to pull back on infrastructure projects in North America, there were some questions over what this meant for the company’s proposed world-scale ethane cracker that would be built outside of Pittsburgh, Pa. The answer appears to be that the project is still moving forward.
ONEOK Partners LP announced that three natural gas gathering and processing and NGL projects have been completed.
The Millennium Pipeline Co.’s Hancock compressor station went into service on March 31, 2014, and is now available to help move natural gas across the Northeast.
Shell told employees March 20 at its Sarnia refinery in Ontario, Canada, that the company has decided to halt any investment in LNG plants for North American vehicles, off-road engines or marine bunkers.
Production growth coupled with strong domestic and international demand for NGLs in 2013 drove a record-setting year for Enterprise Products Partners.
With a step that surprised analysts and moved investors in early February, Boardwalk Pipeline Partners announced a slash to its quarterly distribution a full 81% from $2.13 per unit to 10 cents per unit. And in turn, the market’s response was swift: Unit prices plummeted 46%.