Transport - Exclusives

Early Data: Sabine LNG Exports Are Swing Cargoes In Global Markets

Analysis from Haynes and Boone, Poten & Partners indicates positive signs for North American industry.


Report: Western Canada Crude Surge Will Rely On Rail

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


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.


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.


Transport - LNG

Netherlands To Receive First LNG Cargo From Cheniere's Sabine Pass Plant

The Netherlands is set to receive its first LNG delivery from Cheniere Energy's Sabine Pass export plant in the U.S., according to shipping data.


ANALYSIS: China Deal Opens New Market For US LNG

The new trade agreement with China could encourage another round of investment in U.S. LNG liquefaction capability, Stratas believes.


Russia, US Experts Debate Future Positions As LNG Exporters

Who will be the next LNG and gas export superpower? A Russian energy director and an American executive took their cases to Australia for APPEA 2017.


LNG Developer Pieridae Eyeing Gas Deals In Western Canada, Marcellus

Pieridae Energy Ltd., the company behind a proposed LNG terminal on Canada's east coast, is looking to buy producing assets in western Canada or in the Marcellus Shale in the U.S., its CEO said May 15.


Transport - Pipelines

Magellan Eyes Export Opportunities For Permian’s Looming Takeaway Problem

Magellan is developing a new crude oil pipeline in the Permian to address projected takeaway capacity constraints and also give marine export capability.


Midstream Awards Honor TransCanada, Enbridge, Howard Energy

Big deals highlight Midstream Awards that honor TransCanada, Enbridge, Howard Energy.


Crestwood, First Reserve JV To Expand Delaware Basin Processing Capacity With New Project

The JV has fully sanctioned the construction of the 200 MMcf/d plant near Orla, Texas, and related infrastructure required to connect the Willow Lake system to the plant and multiple third-party pipelines.


Plains All American Subsidiary Extends Texas-Oklahoma Crude Capacity

The season, which began April 18, was extended to incorporate certain modifications requested by potential shippers, the press release said.


Transport - Trucks & Rails

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.


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