The subsea processing industry is at a pivotal point as it transitions from mostly niche, one-off projects to mainstream field developments, where its value is now largely accepted.
The Dallas company sold substantially all of its assets, which included about 95,000 net acres and 380 miles of associated gathering and processing infrastructure in North Louisiana and North Texas, to Aethon United for an undisclosed amount.
EPA’s new emissions rule requires midstream operators to be prepared by Aug. 2, legal experts warn.
Gregory A. Rosenstein has more than 20 years of experience in the energy industry, including 14 years at Superior Energy Services, where his responsibilities included investor relations and corporate planning.
Randy Dean and Chad Lenamon lead College Station, Texas-based Pegasus. They are the former presidents of CDM Resource Management LLC. Its executive team has nearly 100 years of combined experience in gas compression.
The new facilities will receive sweet natural gas, remove water and hydrocarbons, chill and compress the gas to meet transmission pipeline requirements and recover NGL from the gas streams.
The rebuild was originally contracted in August 2014 to provide mechanical and construction services to restore the nitrogen rejection unit, which had been damaged in an earlier fire.
Russ Girling, president and CEO, said more capacity will support Western Canadian Sedimentary Basin gas resources. Unconventional natural gas supply growth in Alberta and British Columbia drive these new contracts.
Emera can export CNG up to the equivalent of 0.008 billion cubic feet per day of natural gas for 20 years from its proposed Port of Palm Beach, Fla., facility.
Sanchez Production Partners, owned by Sanchez Energy affiliates, also completed amendments to its $500 million credit facility which increased the borrowing base to $200 million from $110 million.
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.
SPP will acquire and operate, the pipeline, gathering and compression assets located on the Western part of its Catarina asset in South Texas in Dimmit and Webb counties.