Midstream Monitor

Magnum Hunter To Sell Eureka Pipeline, Easing Liquidity Woes
Too Many North American Proposals And Not Enough South American Demand
Limber But Not Yet Liquid
Crude By Rail Helps Make Up West Coast Oil Shortfall
Report Outlines Canada’s Energy Challenges
FORT WORTH, Texas—After a pipeline rupture in 2010 spilled more than 26,000 barrels of oil from a creek flowing into the Kalamazoo River in Michigan, the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) recommended that the American Petroleum Institute (API), in coordination with the Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (PHMSA), industry leaders and the public, form a stakeholder group. The result: Recommended Practice (RP) 1173. Its main goal is to provide guidance to pipeline operators for developing and maintaining a pipeline safety management system.
AUSTIN, Texas ─ Keith Bainbridge, managing director of CS LNG, says he founded the company on the idea that a particular resource is in short supply in LNG markets these days: common sense. Thus the “CS.” And he served up some common sense at the recent CWC Thirteenth World LNG Series Americas Summit. “It’s not rocket science,” he said, “and that’s why I do it.”
Combined midstream operations will include the Marcellus, Utica, Eagle Ford, Haynesville, Barnett, Midcontinent and Niobrara. It’s anticipated to be one of the largest, high-dividend paying C-Corps in the energy sector.
Midstream Monitor May 8 2015
Phillips 66 To Push Midstream, Chemicals
Midstream Monitor May 1 2015
Kinder: Environmentalist Strategy Blocks Midstream