Transport - Pipelines

Can Permian Midstream Capacity Keep Up?

Midstream operators are racing to complete projects and increase capacity in the Permian.

2017/05/30

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.

2017/05/25

Midstream Awards Honor TransCanada, Enbridge, Howard Energy

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

2017/05/24

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.

2017/05/24

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.

2017/05/24

Northeast Hungry For Gas; Frustrated By Lack Of Pipeline Investment

Power distributors in New York and New England are chomping at the bit for more natural gas. Why can’t they get it?

2017/05/23

Kinder Morgan's Trans Mountain Project Could Unleash Canadian Political War

Despite approval from Trudeau’s federal government, opponents to Kinder Morgan’s Trans Mountain pipeline project haven’t given up.

2017/05/19

Stephen Bergstrom Becomes Chairman Of Williams’ Board Of Directors

Stephen W. Bergstrom is a director on the board of American Midstream Partners, and served as president and CEO of American Midstream’s general partner and as executive chairman of the general partner’s board of directors from May 2013 to December 2015.

2017/05/19

Could Changes (Eventually) Streamline Canada’s Energy Regulator?

An expert panel report, tabled this week, on Canada’s National Energy Board “modernization” could help streamline the country’s pipeline review process.

2017/05/18

Official Panel Suggests New Regulatory Body To Approve Canadian Energy Projects

An official panel said the National Energy Board should be replaced by a new body, the Canadian Energy Transmission Commission, with full authority to approve or deny major projects, Reuters reported.

2017/05/16

Caspian Oil Pipeline Eyes Massive Expansion

New oilfields lead to larger capacity of Caspian pipeline.

2017/05/12

Canada Vote May Present Whale Of Dilemma For Kinder

Liberals who backed Tran Mountain Pipeline lose their majority in legislature.

2017/05/10

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