Transport - Pipelines

TransCanada Says Chief Operating Officer To Retire

TransCanada Corp's chief operating officer, Alex Pourbaix, is retiring from the company in May, a TransCanada spokesman said March 28.

2017/03/29

Italian Court Gives Green Light To Contested TAP Pipeline

Local authorities had sought to move landfall of natural gas line from Azerbaijan.

2017/03/28

Norwegian Bank DNB Sells Its Share Of Dakota Access Pipeline Funding

Norwegian bank DNB has sold its share of loans funding the Dakota Access pipeline, it said on March 26.

2017/03/27

Poland Considers Building Floating LNG Terminal By 2021

Second terminal on Baltic Sea presented as an alternative to a planned pipeline to Norway.

2017/03/27

Transco Seeks FERC Approval For Northeast Supply Enhancement Project

Williams subsidiary’s project would move 400,000 dekatherms per day to Northeast.

2017/03/27

Keystone XL Faces Short-Term Fury, Long-Term Demand

The controversial pipeline will fill a takeaway need as Canadian heavy oil production surges and Mexico’s output declines.

2017/03/24

North Dakota Oil Spill From December Larger Than First Estimated

A crude oil spill in western North Dakota in December is now believed to be about three times bigger than originally estimated, pipeline owner True Cos. Inc. said March 24.

2017/03/24

Saskatchewan Reviewing Engineering Standards, Regulations For Pipelines Near Water

The government concluded that a buckle in the pipeline cracked and caused the spill due to ground movement on a slope of land over many years, mirroring Husky Energy Inc.'s earlier conclusion, Reuters reported.

2017/03/24

Trump Administration Approves Keystone XL Pipeline Permit

TransCanada received approval for the 1,179-mile cross-border pipeline application by the U.S. State Department, ending a years-long battle.

2017/03/24

Non-Binding Open Season Announced For Kinder’s Gulf Coast Express Pipeline Project

Pipeline provides more takeaway capacity for prolific Permian Basin

2017/03/23

US State Department To Approve Keystone XL Pipeline Permit

The State Department will approve on March 24 the permit needed to proceed with construction of the Canada-to-U.S. Keystone XL oil pipeline, according to two government sources familiar with the process.

2017/03/23

Kinder Morgan Secures Commitments For Trans Mountain After Dip

Open season for pipeline succeeds in filling capacity

2017/03/23

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