Vaquero CEO tells DUG Permian Basin crowd that the way for gas exports to Mexico is through the Permian's Waha Hub.
Panelists at Hart Energy’s DUG Permian said availability of experienced crude haulers in the Permian Basin, continued productivity of play, keep trucking industry rolling.
Crude by rail shipments continue to decline from their peak in 2013-2014.
Q&A with the president of Tesoro Logistics LP
Transaction levels for all cargoes were concluded above $6 per million British thermal units, Reuters reported.
A subsidiary of the San Ramon, Calif.-based company signed an agreement with a JOVO subsidiary for the delivery of up to 0.5 million metric tons per annum of LNG over five years.
U.S., Australia to rule global LNG export market in the next decade, EIA conference panel says.
After the shutdown on July 1, Chevron initially said production would restart in the "coming week." The plant has exported just two cargoes since its launch in March.
Environmentalists and landowners in states like New York have helped to block or slow down construction of proposed pipelines, such as the Pennsylvania-to-New York Constitution Pipeline, Reuters reported.
Water Midstream's new Midland County extension will create direct pipeline connections for saltwater disposal for more than 100 existing and planned wells. This will reduce operator costs for saltwater transportation and disposal.
The company is planning to offload its stake in the onshore U.K. Oil Pipeline (UKOP), which it co-owns as part of a consortium with Shell, Valero Energy and Total, the report said.
Targa, ONEOK differ in abilities to transport ethane via own NGL pipelines.
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.
The protest delayed five freight trains carrying grain and general freight and not oil or coal, according to BNSF spokesman Gus Melonas, Reuters said.
Oregon is the first U.S. state to request such a move, although environmental lobbyists have called for years for a moratorium on oil trains after a series of explosive accidents.