Transport - Piplines

Kremlin Frets US Sanctions May Hurt European Projects Like Nord Stream 2

The Kremlin said on July 24 it is worried that proposed new U.S. sanctions against Moscow could hurt major investment projects with European partners, but said it was premature to say if and how it would retaliate.


The Interview: Back On Its Feet

Alan Armstrong  is president  and CEO of  The Williams Cos. Inc.

Enterprise Wins Case Against ETP On Appeal

Lawsuit filed by ETP over pipeline project won by Enterprise on appeal.

Kinder Morgan's Trans Mountain Pipeline To See Little Major Work This Year

Most work on the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion this year will be preparations for major construction in 2018, said Ian Anderson, president of Kinder Morgan Canada.


American Midstream Extends Open Season For Crude Deliveries To Dakota Access Pipeline

Dakota Access open season for crude deliveries extended to July 31.

Repairs To Magellan's Longhorn Crude Pipeline Completed; Operations Resumed

Repairs to Magellan's 275,000-barrel-per-day Longhorn crude oil pipeline have been completed and the pipeline resumed normal operation at noon ET, a spokesman said July 16.


With Access Northeast Suspension, No Relief In Sight For Gas-Starved Region

Access Northeast withdraws from FERC pre-filing for gas pipeline expansion.

Hart Energy Staff

Magellan's Longhorn Crude Oil Pipeline Ruptures In Texas, Forcing Evacuations

A Permian Basin pipeline operated by Magellan ruptured near Bastrop, Texas, in the morning on July 13, spilling an estimated 1,200 barrels of oil and prompting an evacuation.


FERC Wants More From ETP Before Rover Can Start Up

Energy Transfer gets a to-do list from FERC before Rover gas pipeline receives go-ahead.


Pipelines Secured As Wildfires Rage In Western Canada

Major pipeline companies in western Canada have created fire breaks, installed sprinklers and taken other measures to protect operations as raging wildfires spread in British Columbia.


In-Service Of Sabal Trail Pipeline Advances Florida’s Gas-Fired Power Grid

Florida continues shift from coal and oil to gas with Phase I of Sabal Trail pipeline.

Enterprise Announces Additional Contracts For Midland-To-ECHO Pipeline System

New contracts on the Enterprise Midland-to-EHCP pipeline system bring committed capacity to 83%.


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