Energy Solutions International, Houston, terminal and marine operators, has reported the successful implementation of its Synthesis liquid logistics management solution for Belle Fourche and Bridger Pipelines in Wyoming, North Dakota and Montana.
The Sabine Pass liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminal, owned by Cheniere Energy Inc., is on 853 acres of land on the Sabine Pass River on the border between Texas and Louisiana, in Cameron Parish, Louisiana.
Tourmaline Oil Corp., Canada, has reported that its two large Q1 2011 facility projects, the Minehead Alberta gas plant and the Dawson BC pipeline interconnect have been completed and started up over the past 10 days.
Cloud9 Analytics, Redwood City, Calif., has reported that MuleSoft, the provider of Web middleware built on leading open source projects Mule ESB and Apache Tomcat, has selected Cloud9 to boost its sales team’s productivity and improve pipeline predictability.
BENTEK Energy, Evergreen, Colo., will increase the transparency of the U.S. natural gas storage market significantly, effective April 12, 2011, as the company’s daily and weekly natural gas storage reports will be upgraded to include data taken from FERC Order 720 filings from intrastate pipelines.
In August 2008, North Dakota was approaching its so-called takeaway capacity limit of around 260,000 barrels per day (b/d), and officials with the North Dakota Pipeline Authority (PA) realized the state’s infrastructure needed to expand to meet growing production.
Area drilling and boring specialists can make it easier for pipeline contractors to deal with geological unknowns and agency requirements that could lead to problems resulting in wasted time, misspent budgets and lost revenues.
NuStar Logistics, LP, and TexStar Midstream Services, LP, both headquartered in San Antonio, Texas, have reported that they have signed a letter of intent to develop a new pipeline system to transport Eagle Ford Shale crude and condensate to Corpus Christi, Texas.
The Rockies Express Pipeline (REX) is one of the biggest pipelines ever constructed in the U.S. Becoming fully operational on Nov. 12, 2009, the 1,300-mile pipeline stretches from northwestern Colorado to eastern Ohio.