US Oil Pipelines Pivot South As Shale Surges

US Oil Pipelines Pivot South As Shale Surges

While still a net importer, U.S. oil shipments from the Gulf Coast have soared with more volumes on the way.

Gregory Meyer, Financial Times

This Just In: LNG From Cove Point Is Soon Heading Out

This Just In: LNG From Cove Point Is Soon Heading Out

Dominion executive Raikes confirms that the company’s Cove Point terminal will be shipping LNG in early March.

Joseph Markman, Hart Energy

Pipeline Project In Eye Of Imperfect Storm

Pipeline Project In Eye Of Imperfect Storm

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.

Markham Hislop, Contributor

The Buildout Continues

Contractors serving the midstream see a busy future as they confront multiple challenges to meet the sector’s needs. 

Kinder Morgan Pushes Forward Despite BC Gov’t. Suit

Kinder Morgan Pushes Forward Despite BC Gov’t. Suit

Construction of Trans Mountain Expansion will start this month, Kinder Morgan says, as it tries to fend off a British Columbia government court challenge.

Diplomatic Kinder Morgan Seeks To Avoid Another DAPL

Diplomatic Kinder Morgan Seeks To Avoid Another DAPL

British Columbia First Nations threaten DAPL-like protests if Kinder Morgan is allowed to proceed with Trans Mountain Expansion pipeline construction.

Markham Hislop, Contributor

Building Up In The Delaware Basin

Building Up In The Delaware Basin

Three midstream operators in the Delaware follow their buying spree by building up assets.

Chris Sheehan, Hart Energy

The Interview: Building The Backbone With John Stupp

North America’s midstream has enjoyed a significant growth spurt in the past decade with the unconventional shale boom—and that means thousands of miles of new pipe added to the nation’s already outstanding transportation infrastructure. Much of that pipe has been supplied from Stupp Corp., which credits its role as “producing the pipelines that form the backbone of our continent’s energy infrastructure.” Its CEO took time to visit with Midstream Business to reflect on his firm’s distinguished past—and vision for the future.

Gulf Coast Crude Connections Get Contentious

Independent operators claim majors are unfairly denying them connections.

Gregory DL Morris, Contributor

Orion Energy Partners Opens Houston Office

Orion Energy Partners expands footprint with the opening of Houston office.

Business Wire

ONGC, Reliance In Talks With Customers To Sell East Coast Gas

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.

Reuters

No Napping In The Niobrara

The big Rockies play has reawakened with a focus on the Denver-Julesburg Basin.

Leslie Haines and Paul Hart, Hart Energy

Woodside Petroleum Drops Grassy Point LNG Plan In Canada

"The decision was made after careful consideration of our long-term development strategy in Canada," Woodside said in an emailed statement.

Reuters

Apache’s Christmann Updates Industry Leaders On Alpine High

At DUG Executive, Apache Corp. CEO John Christmann told top leaders from the oil and gas industry that his company’s focus is on the Permian Basin and for good reason.

Len Vermillion, Hart Energy

British Columbia Edges Back From Ban On Increased Oil Shipments

The Trans Mountain expansion was approved by Canada in 2016, but has been repeatedly delayed by permitting issues.

Reuters

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