HollyFrontier executes the purchase of half of Frontier Pipeline Co., which flows to another pipeline in which it already owns a one-quarter interest. Frontier Pipeline will still be operated by Plains All American.
U.S. petroleum and petroleum product shipments were down 4.7% for the year through the end of August, compared to the first eight months of 2014.
Risk of incident far below transport by rail or road, non-partisan think tank concludes in new study.
Bipartisan momentum is accelerating to lift a long-standing U.S. ban on crude-oil exports that could add more than $1 trillion to cumulative government coffers from 2016 to 2030.
The project is expected to produce enough LNG to load about 10 vessels a month by mid-2016, equivalent to exporting around eight million tonnes of LNG a year, Reuters reported.
Cheniere’s CEO tells producers that more competition, liquidity on the horizon.
Ron Kirk, a former U.S. trade representative and Dallas mayor, is campaign’s chairman. Individuals, organizations and businesses comprise the campaign. Recent study found LNG exports will bolster the state’s economy.
The acquisition will make Shell the world's top LNG trader, although it still needs approval from China and Australia's Foreign Investment Review Board to go ahead as planned in early 2016.
The TAP project aims to transport gas from Azerbaijan's Shah Deniz II Field in the Caspian Sea, one of the world's largest gas fields, by the end of the decade.
The system initially will move a single commingled condensate-grade crude oil. However, with sufficient customer demand, a second grade of condensate could also be transported.
The board will consider termination of participation in Interconnector on Nov. 30, Gazprom said in a regulatory disclosure. It is unclear whether Gazprom will sell the 10% stake, Reuters reported.
A TransCanada subcontractor caused the spills in Alberta while drilling to install a natural gas pipeline under the river, said company spokesman Mark Cooper.
Domestic and Canadian crude would move via train to Washington's Port of Vancouver on the Columbia River, then transferred to vessels feeding West Coast refineries, largely in California, Reuters said.
Thousands of gallons of denatured alcohol leaked into Mississippi River after the Nov. 7 accident, Reuters reported. Track defect wasn’t visible to naked eye, Canadian Pacific spokesman Jeremy Berry said.
No one was injured in the incident which caused oil spill in Watertown, west of Milwaukee. Workers stopped the leak, which company spokesman Martin Cej described as minor, Reuters reported.
The National Energy Board said it found no reason to issue any enforcement action in response to the complaints that were raised by a whistleblower.