Transport - Exclusives

Sale On: Exports And The Future Of Energy

An expanded Panama Canal opens up opportunities for U.S. exporters, especially in LNG and ethane markets.


Audio: Going With The Flow To Mexico

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.


Analysts: DAPL Conflict Hints At Troubles To Come

Though DAPL protesters were cleared from land, analysts see continued challenges to oil and gas development.


EIA: US Crude Exporters Benefit From Low Tanker Rates

As the global oil glut drags down shipping rates, exporters exploit an opportunity.


Transport - LNG

Gunvor Will Supply 60 LNG Shipments To Pakistan Over Five Years

Gunvor supplied the lowest bid, expressed as a percentage of a barrel of crude oil, in the five-year tender of 11.6247%, the official said, according to Reuters.


LNG in Europe: How Long Will it Have Momentum?

As prices drop in Asia, LNG exporters are once again attracted to European markets.


LNG Deals Struck To Aid Gas-Starved Southern France

Low LNG deliveries to the Fos-sur-Mer terminal in the country's south had led to tight supply, prompting heavy reliance on stored reserves to meet winter demand, Reuters reported.


Australian 2016 LNG Exports Up 38%; Increase Expected In 2017

Australia’s LNG exports surged by 37.7% to 36.8 mtpa in 2016 as the plethora of new projects in Western Australia, the Northern Territory and coastal Queensland triggered a flood of new shipments to global markets.


Transport - Pipelines

FERC Approves Construction Of TransCanada's Leach XPress, Rayne XPress Lines

The combined $1.8 billion investments will provide additional outlets to transport domestic, clean burning natural gas from the Marcellus and Utica production areas to higher-value Midwest and Gulf Coast markets.


BSEE, Coast Guard Respond To Pipeline Release In GoM

The Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement (BSEE) and the U.S. Coast Guard are responding to a release of gas and condensate from a pipeline at West Cameron 165 in the Gulf of Mexico.


PHMSA Issues Rule To Improve Pipeline Operations Safety

The rule announced on Jan. 19 addresses mandates included in the Pipeline Safety, Regulatory Certainty, and Job Creation Act of 2011, PHMSA said.


US Army To Begin Environmental Study Of Dakota Pipeline

Reuters reported that on Jan. 16 and 17, 16 people were arrested for a number of offenses, including engaging in a riot and assault on a peace officer, bringing the total number of arrests to 603 since Aug. 10.


Transport - Trucks & Rails

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.


More Bakken Crude Will Move By Rail With DAPL In Limbo

Energy companies that had planned to ship crude on the Dakota Access Pipeline will turn to rail, a transport method that poses its own risks to the environment and local communities, Reuters reported.


Watco To Acquire Additional Bulk Terminals From Kinder Morgan

Watco To Acquire Additional Bulk Terminals From Kinder Morgan


Canada To Implement Oil Tanker Ban In Northern British Columbia

Transport Minister Marc Garneau confirmed the plan in an interview with CBC Radio's "The House," the broadcaster said on its website.