In a deal that could be worth as much as CA$15 million (US$13.76 million), two north coast First Nations signed revenue-sharing agreements with British Columbia’s government related to the development of a proposed LNG export terminal.
As countries in the Asia-Pacific (APAC) region work to create improved trade routes, the emphasis is on increasing oil and natural gas pipeline distribution, according to a new report from research and consulting company GlobalData.
American Midstream Partners’ request for a shortened 10-day objection period related to its proposed abandonment of the Midla Pipeline was rejected by FERC on April 11. FERC instead authorized a 22-day objection period that will end May 2.
Freedom Railcar Solutions LLC was created to provide a mobile and on-site repair and maintenance service for crude-by-rail shippers, operators and other railcar lessors in the Bakken Shale and Powder River Basin.
Earthjustice and other environmental organizations filed suit against Kinder Morgan and the Bay Area Air Quality Management District to halt the shipment of crude oil from the Bakken Shale into Richmond, Calif.
The midstream sees growing opposition to crude by rail shipments from many sectors, a Southern Methodist University researcher told the 10th annual Pipeline Opportunities Conference, held March 25 in Houston.