North America’s midstream has enjoyed a significant growth spurt in the past decade with the unconventional shale boom—and that means thousands of miles of new pipe added to the nation’s already outstanding transportation infrastructure. Much of that pipe has been supplied from Stupp Corp., which credits its role as “producing the pipelines that form the backbone of our continent’s energy infrastructure.” Its CEO took time to visit with Midstream Business to reflect on his firm’s distinguished past—and vision for the future.
Spectra’s Appalachian projects are on track to expand volumes moved from 5.5 Bcf/d to 9.5 Bcf/d.
We speak with attorneys Jaime Treviño and Carlos Chavez about the status of Mexico's energy reform, the opportunities it provides and the challenges that U.S. companies might encounter in making deals to move natural gas to that growing economy.
CB&I wins $275 million contract to build LNG facility at Port of Tacoma.
Incorporating modular and automation design into plants can help gas processors respond to current midstream challenges.
A $100,000 reward is being offered for information leading to the arrest and conviction of anyone responsible.
Energy Transfer Partner’s Bakken pipeline survives appeals court motion, but Standing Rock Sioux not giving up battle to kill it.
The nearly 40-year-old LNG terminal is preparing for a starring role in the global LNG market.
Austrian oil and gas group OMV AG said April 24 it would provide long-term financing to secure 30% of its share of project costs of the Nord Stream 2 pipeline from Russia.
The Houston-based company said it expects ultimate potential throughput capacity of up to roughly 450,000 bbl/d, depending on shipper commitments in the open season.
Stratas Advisors tracks updates on North American projects.
Williams Partners's pipeline expansion has been green-lighted to link Northeast natural gas supplies from the Marcellus and Utica shales to growing demand in the Southeast.
The project is worth more than 50 billion riyals (US$13.3 billion) and, when completed in 2019, will be the first program in the kingdom to treat gas from both onshore and offshore fields.
Trudeau said the Great Bear Rainforest in the west coast province of British Columbia is no place for a crude oil pipeline. The comments come after a Canadian court last month overturned federal approval of Enbridge's project.