Construction - Project Updates

BG, Energy Transfer Get Approval For Lake Charles LNG Project

The partners said they would take a final investment decision on the project, expected to export around 15 million metric tonnes of LNG a year.

Matrix Service Wraps Up Restoration Of Green River Basin Compressor

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.

WesPac Scraps California Oil Terminal On Low Prices

WesPac first proposed the project in 2011 to receive, store and transfer crude between trains, vessels and pipelines at a new $200 million terminal.

Saddlehorn Pipe Launches Open Season For Additional Commitments

The pipeline, which is currently under construction, has the potential to serve the broader Rocky Mountain area resource plays, the release said.

Veresen's Montney Gas Processing Complex Receives Approval

The Tower rich gas processing complex has been sanctioned by the Cutbank Ridge Partnership, a collaboration between Veresen, Encana Corp. and a subsidiary of Mitsubishi Corp.

Nigeria's Oando Plans $350 Million Gas Processing Plant

Oando's gas and power unit reported a net income of $19 million for the nine months to September, down from $22 million the previous year.

Canadian Regulator Halts TransCanada Pipeline Construction Following Spills

A TransCanada subcontractor caused the spills in Alberta while drilling to install a natural gas pipeline under the river, said company spokesman Mark Cooper.

Obama Rejects Keystone XL, Raises Industry Hackles

Since its initial application nearly seven years ago, Transcanada’s Keystone XL pipeline has become a symbol for politicians and environmental groups—for different reasons.

No More Timeouts: Kerry Rejects TransCanada’s Keystone Delay Request

TransCanada asked for a delay to address its pipeline route in Nebraska after the U.S. State Department previously halted the review for similar reasons in the state.

Enbridge Sees Hit From Delay In Start Of Line 9 Pipeline

Canadian regulators approved the additional test results of Enbridge Line 9 crude oil pipeline in September, clearing the way for the delayed 300,000 bbl/d route to the east of the country.

TransCanada Requests Suspension Of Keystone XL Permit

Calgary-based TransCanada said it had sent a letter to the U.S. State Department to suspend its application while the company goes through a state review process in Nebraska.

Crestwood, First Reserve Will Form Delaware Basin JV

Crestwood also said Oct. 28 it has launched an open season for shipper support of the Delaware Takeaway (Delta) crude pipeline system.


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