U.S. Capital Advisors looks at the trends in natural gas pipeline space.
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Natural gas is fast becoming the fuel of choice for power generators in New England due to being cleaner than coal and heating oil. This is opening a valuable market for producers and operators, but it comes with new challenges—namely, the ability to access the region at the desired timeframe and capacity levels.
In its second-quarter earnings conference call, Enbridge gave insight into its outlook on pipeline vs. crude-by-rail economics.
Rangeland Energy signed a multiyear agreement with Halliburton Co. to provide frack sand services in the Delaware Basin, Rangeland said Sept. 4.
Appalachian Resins announced that it relocated the site of its proposed integrated ethylene/polyethylene plant from Madison County, W.Va., to Monroe County, Ohio.
Calgary-based Pembina Pipeline Corp. selected the site for its planned West Coast propane export terminal and entered agreements to acquire the Vantage Pipeline system and an interest in the Saskatchewan Ethane Extraction Plant (SEEP), the company announced on Sept. 2.
MarkWest Energy Partners LP announced major infrastructure projects to add 720 million cubic feet per day (MMcf/d) of processing capacity and 10,000 barrels per day (bbl/d) of fractionation capacity.