Source: Hart Energy

Report: Western Canada Crude Surge Will Rely On Rail

Delays make regional pipeline capacity insufficient in the near term, IHS Markit says.

Blackstones 2 Billion Adds EagleClaw Midstream In Delaware Basin

Blackstone’s $2 Billion Adds EagleClaw Midstream In Delaware Basin

Within one week, $3.5 billion in midstream A&D activity has lit up the Midland and Delaware basins.

Darren Barbee, Hart Energy

EnLink's Deadwood plant in the Permian Basin. Source: EnLink

OGIS: Pioneer’s Tim Dove Sees No Midstream Stress In Permian Until 2019

‘We need a new [processing] plant every year in the Permian,’ Timothy L. Dove tells OGIS crowd.

Gregory DL Morris, Contributor

Keystone Pipeline pumping station in Nebraska.

Keystone XL Faces Short-Term Fury, Long-Term Demand

The controversial pipeline will fill a takeaway need as Canadian heavy oil production surges and Mexico’s output declines.

Joseph Markman, Hart Energy

Guillermo Turrent, CEO of CFE International

CERAWeek: Market Reform’s Role In Moving Molecules To Mexico

Mexico’s commitment to developing a natural gas pipeline system was based on economic sense and is expected to prime the country for growth.

John Schultz, president of Direct Energy

CERAWeek: Gas Production Growth Threatened By Infrastructure Delays

CERAWeek panel expresses concern over the ability to serve regions if projects cannot move forward.

Joseph Markman, Hart Energy

Al Monaco, CEO of Enbridge Inc.

CERAWeek: Enbridge CEO, Senator Say Top Need Is Access To Markets

Alaska lawmaker and Enbridge CEO offer solutions to issues blocking North American infrastructure projects.

Joseph Markman, Hart Energy

An ammonia urea plant in Algeria. Source: ABT Riva Calzoni (Italy)

New Ship Fuel Rules Drive Broad Reassessment of Crude and Processing

Shipowners are expected to rely on refiners to comply with IMO’s low-sulfur fuel rules that will take effect in 2020.

Gregory DL Morris, Contributor

From Marcellus Footprint, Spectra Plans A Leap

Spectra’s Appalachian projects are on track to expand volumes moved from 5.5 Bcf/d to 9.5 Bcf/d.

Australia Hits Record LNG Export Milestone

Australian LNG exports are projected to grow in the 2017-2018 financial year.

IEA: US On Track To Be World's No. 2 LNG Exporter By 2022

The U.S. is on track to have capacity to become the world's second largest exporter of liquefied natural gas (LNG) by the end of 2022, just behind Australia and ahead of Qatar, the International Energy Agency (IEA) said.

Qatar’s LNG Dominance Not A Sure Thing

Stratas Advisors sees an aggressive strategy by Qatar to fend off challenges to its LNG dominance by the US, Australia.

Poland Expects Long-Term Deal For US LNG Supplies

Poland seeks U.S. LNG to replace Russian supplies by 2022.

Trump To Promote US Natural Gas Exports In Russia’s Backyard

Trump will discuss gas exports when meeting with European leaders.

Qatar Raises Gas Capacity Amid Gulf Dispute

Rise in Qatar gas capacity could give it edge over U.S.-based Cheniere in European and Asian markets.

Kremlin Frets US Sanctions May Hurt European Projects Like Nord Stream 2

The Kremlin said on July 24 it is worried that proposed new U.S. sanctions against Moscow could hurt major investment projects with European partners, but said it was premature to say if and how it would retaliate.

The Interview: Back On Its Feet

Alan Armstrong  is president  and CEO of  The Williams Cos. Inc.

Enterprise Wins Case Against ETP On Appeal

Lawsuit filed by ETP over pipeline project won by Enterprise on appeal.

Kinder Morgan's Trans Mountain Pipeline To See Little Major Work This Year

Most work on the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion this year will be preparations for major construction in 2018, said Ian Anderson, president of Kinder Morgan Canada.

American Midstream Extends Open Season For Crude Deliveries To Dakota Access Pipeline

Dakota Access open season for crude deliveries extended to July 31.

Repairs To Magellan's Longhorn Crude Pipeline Completed; Operations Resumed

Repairs to Magellan's 275,000-barrel-per-day Longhorn crude oil pipeline have been completed and the pipeline resumed normal operation at noon ET, a spokesman said July 16.

Train Derailment Spills 20,000 Gallons Of Exxon's Oil In Illinois

About 20,000 gallons of crude oil belonging to Exxon Mobil Corp. was released after a Canadian National Railway Co freight train derailed June 30 at Plainfield, Ill.

Canadian Rail Surge Sustained By Pipeline Constraints

Canadian crude production has filled pipelines to the U.S., creating a surge for rail.

Lithuania Hopes For Closer Energy Ties With Poland After PKN Deal

Deal between Lithuania, Poland involves transporting oil products.

Philadelphia Energy Solutions Declines Bakken CBR Delivery On DAPL Startup

In recent months, PES was getting roughly one unit train per day, the equivalent of 75 Mbbl/d. During the boom years between 2013 and 2015, PES would routinely receive three trains a day of Bakken crude, Reuters reported.

Analysis Of PHMSA’s Proposal To Revise Volatility Regs For Crude Oil

Bracewell attorneys assess response to NY request for vapor standard in transportation of Bakken crude.

Crude-By-Rail Shipments From Canada Rose 48% In October

Canadian crude-by-rail exports to the U.S. rose 48% in October vs. the previous month, National Energy Board (NEB) data showed on Jan. 11, as volumes recovered from a steep slump earlier in the year.

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