As countries in the Asia-Pacific (APAC) region work to create improved trade routes, the emphasis is on increasing oil and natural gas pipeline distribution, according to a new report from research and consulting company GlobalData.
American Midstream Partners’ request for a shortened 10-day objection period related to its proposed abandonment of the Midla Pipeline was rejected by FERC on April 11. FERC instead authorized a 22-day objection period that will end May 2.
The U.S. Department of Transportation’s Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration proposed more than $9.7 million in civil penalties in 2013 against pipeline operators who violate safety regulations. The figure is the highest yearly amount of proposed penalties in the agency's history.
Vladimir Putin is more likely to sign a 30-year deal to supply pipeline gas to China next month after more than a decade of false starts because the crisis in Ukraine is forcing Russia to look for markets outside Europe.
American Midstream Partners’ request for permission to abandon the Midla pipeline in Louisiana is being fought by those who contend the closure would force some customers to pay up to 10 times as much for natural gas.
ONEOK Partners, L.P.’s subsidiary, Midwestern Gas Transmission Co., filed an application with FERC to enter into the pre-filing process for the proposed development of an approximately 15-mile natural gas pipeline lateral in Ohio and Muhlenberg counties in Kentucky.
American Midstream Partners LP filed a request with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) to abandon the use of its 1920’s vintage Midla Mainline pipeline in order to ensure the safety of people and property along its route.
PG&E Corp., owner of California’s largest utility, was charged with 12 pipeline safety violations by the U.S. government for a 2010 natural gas explosion that killed eight people and left a crater the size of a house.