North America’s midstream has enjoyed a significant growth spurt in the past decade with the unconventional shale boom—and that means thousands of miles of new pipe added to the nation’s already outstanding transportation infrastructure. Much of that pipe has been supplied from Stupp Corp., which credits its role as “producing the pipelines that form the backbone of our continent’s energy infrastructure.” Its CEO took time to visit with Midstream Business to reflect on his firm’s distinguished past—and vision for the future.
Pipeline will move gas from Louisiana to Mississippi.
Storage tank repurposing, new pipeline in Texas drive company’s expansions.
With commissioning complete, Cheniere takes over train from construction partners.
Local authorities had sought to move landfall of natural gas line from Azerbaijan.
Second terminal on Baltic Sea presented as an alternative to a planned pipeline to Norway.
Williams subsidiary’s project would move 400,000 dekatherms per day to Northeast.
The controversial pipeline will fill a takeaway need as Canadian heavy oil production surges and Mexico’s output declines.
Pipeline provides more takeaway capacity for prolific Permian Basin
Open season for pipeline succeeds in filling capacity
The contract ends a lawsuit brought by Magellan.
New Jersey utility PSEG will remain a PennEast customer.