Advocacy group speaks for midstream sector’s interests at federal and state levels.
Enterprise ships first cargo of ethane from the Houston Ship Channel to Rafnes, Norway.
Excelerate hits milestone with 1,000th STS transfer of LNG at Argentine terminal.
U.S. firms across the value chain can take advantage of opportunities that will emerge from Mexico’s energy reform, say experts at EnerCom.
Natural gas growth will be stymied by projects in limbo, S&P analysts said.
Midstream Texas panel cites need to mimic upstream sector’s success in innovation and project efficiency.
Andrew Morris, who heads Poyry's gas and oil focus group, said shipping and trucking could consume 15 billion cubic meters (Bcm) of gas in the EU by 2030 compared with the current 1 Bcm consumption, Reuters reported.
Regulatory issues are preventing Petrobras from progressing with plans to sell its LNG regasification terminal located in the state of Ceara, Pedro Parente, CEO of the state-run oil company, said on Sept. 26.
From the Permian Basin to the Marcellus Shale, pipelines deals scored a triumph to close out third quarter.
The Trans Mountain twinning would allow producers to transport more crude to tidewater, where they can get higher prices. Canadian crude trades at a discount, in part because of pipeline capacity shortages, Reuters reported.
Toronto police said there were no charges involved in the incident, Reuters reported.
U.S. crude-by-rail volumes were 427,000 barrels per day (Mbbl/d) in April, down from a peak of 1.1 MMbbl/d in 2014, Reuters reported.
The June 3 accident, in which nearly a dozen rail cars in a 96-car Union Pacific train carrying crude derailed and burst into flames about 70 miles from Portland, Ore., rekindled oil-by-rail safety concerns, Reuters reported.
One source said Suncor wanted to transport about 10 Mbb/d by truck and needed to move the bitumen volumes so it can keep producing and maintain pressure in its oil sands reservoir.