Enbridge is tackling both state permitting and educating the public, the company’s business director says.
Freeport LNG pushes back launch of its $13 billion terminal to September 2019.
Canadian government plans to introduce amendments to existing legislation that will protect federal authority over pipelines and other projects that cross provincial boundaries.
Comments fall short of reversal, but Germany’s support for Russian pipeline appears contingent on assuring Ukraine’s position as a transit country.
Company’s business model of an export terminal, pipeline network and upstream Haynesville assets positions it to exploit global growth in the natural gas market, executive says.
While still a net importer, U.S. oil shipments from the Gulf Coast have soared with more volumes on the way.
Dominion executive Raikes confirms that the company’s Cove Point terminal will be shipping LNG in early March.
Both Canada’s and Alberta’s governments are wrestling over issues of jurisdiction and national interest, while Kinder Morgan’s Trans Mountain Expansion project seeks to relieve pipeline constraints.
Peter Coleman, who was speaking at the World Gas Conference in Washington, said the project’s ability to provide Woodside with an adequate return is “very challenged.”
It was not the first time Mariner East 1 was shut due to those sinkholes.
The terms are captured in a gas sales precedent agreement signed May 4, 2018.
Orion Energy Partners expands footprint with the opening of Houston office.
India’s Oil and Natural Gas Corp. Ltd. (ONGC) and Reliance Industries Ltd. (RIL) have started discussions with buyers to sell natural gas from their fields in the Bay of Bengal that are expected to start production over the next three years.