Antero Resources Inc., Nicor Gas, North Shore Gas and Occidental Energy Marketing Inc. will transport natural gas from Rockies Express Pipeline interconnection in Illinois north on Gulf Coast Mainline system.
North Montney Mainline will initially ship about 2.4 billion cubic feet/day of natural gas. It will connect Montney Basin, other Western Canadian Sedimentary Basin supplies to new and existing markets.
The plant removes water, condensate and liquids from Scoop-area natural gas, creating transmission-quality natural gas, stabilized condensate and NGL. Construction contracts for the plant were signed in August 2013.
The 270-mile Aegis Pipeline system will move purity ethane from Enterprise’s Mont Belvieu, Texas, liquids storage complex to petrochemical facilities in Texas and Louisiana.
A new refrigeration train will increase loading rates by another 11 Mbbl/hr. When all expansions are complete, Enterprise will load up to 16 MMbbl/month of LPG, equating to 29 vessels.
Highway 99 in McMullen County is a desired origin point for the Eagle Ford-area pipeline in the second open season plans. The pipeline runs more than 200 miles through several Texas counties.
ONEOK partners with Mexican infrastructure giant on $500 million pipeline and sets sight on meeting projected demand as exports to Mexico double to 3.8 Bcf/d by 2018.
TransCanada Corp. considers other Quebec oil export terminal options after scrapping planned terminal at Cacouna, Quebec, Bloomberg said. The terminal threatened Beluga whales, opponents said.
The open season now ends April 7. Big Spring Gateway will ship 140,000 barrels per day of crude oil to Permian Basin operators through the BridgeTex Pipeline, and Sunoco-operated pipelines.
Atlantic Sunrise would transport about 1.7 billion cubic feet per day of Marcellus natural gas to mid-Atlantic and Southeastern U.S. markets. It is scheduled to go online in second-half 2017.
Mexico’s commitment to realizing its energy potential through privatization and its National Infrastructure Program means major expansion, and investment, is ahead for the country’s midstream infrastructure.
SemGroup Corp. will construct, own and operate the Maurepas Pipelines on the Louisiana Gulf Coast. The $500 million project will support refiner Motiva Enterprises LLC.