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Italian Court Gives Green Light To Contested TAP Pipeline

Local authorities had sought to move landfall of natural gas line from Azerbaijan.


Poland Considers Building Floating LNG Terminal By 2021

Second terminal on Baltic Sea presented as an alternative to a planned pipeline to Norway.


Transco Seeks FERC Approval For Northeast Supply Enhancement Project

Williams subsidiary’s project would move 400,000 dekatherms per day to Northeast.


Keystone XL Faces Short-Term Fury, Long-Term Demand

The controversial pipeline will fill a takeaway need as Canadian heavy oil production surges and Mexico’s output declines.


Non-Binding Open Season Announced For Kinder’s Gulf Coast Express Pipeline Project

Pipeline provides more takeaway capacity for prolific Permian Basin


Kinder Morgan Secures Commitments For Trans Mountain After Dip

Open season for pipeline succeeds in filling capacity


Magellan, Trafigura Agree To Splitter Deal

The contract ends a lawsuit brought by Magellan.


Spectra To Purchase Larger Stake In PennEast Pipeline

New Jersey utility PSEG will remain a PennEast customer.


CERAWeek: Market Reform’s Role In Moving Molecules To Mexico

Mexico’s commitment to developing a natural gas pipeline system was based on economic sense and is expected to prime the country for growth.


Kinder Morgan Raises Trans Mountain Cost, Commitments Drop

New open season begins to offer 3% of capacity to shippers.


CERAWeek: Gas Production Growth Threatened By Infrastructure Delays

CERAWeek panel expresses concern over the ability to serve regions if projects cannot move forward.


Appalachian Gas Outshines Solar Power

Power plant developers in Ohio and Pennsylvania favor gas-fired technologies over solar photovoltaic.