British Columbia First Nations threaten DAPL-like protests if Kinder Morgan is allowed to proceed with Trans Mountain Expansion pipeline construction.
Three midstream operators in the Delaware follow their buying spree by building up assets.
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.
Independent operators claim majors are unfairly denying them connections.
After months of protests, ETP gains final approval to complete the Dakota Access Pipeline.
Spectra’s Appalachian projects are on track to expand volumes moved from 5.5 Bcf/d to 9.5 Bcf/d.
We speak with attorneys Jaime Treviño and Carlos Chavez about the status of Mexico's energy reform, the opportunities it provides and the challenges that U.S. companies might encounter in making deals to move natural gas to that growing economy.
CB&I wins $275 million contract to build LNG facility at Port of Tacoma.
The Appalachian Basin’s other play has grown up as takeaway capacity comes online.
The new ethylene export terminal will support growing production of ethylene on the U.S. Gulf Coast by providing access to international markets, says A.J. “Jim” Teague, CEO of Enterprise’s general partner.
The Atlantic Coast pipeline is designed to carry about 1.5 Bcf/d of gas from the Marcellus and Utica shale plays to customers in Virginia and North Carolina.
Norway’s Statoil ASA (NYSE: STO) aims to sign a power purchase agreement with a U.S. utility to develop an offshore wind power project off New York by the end of 2018.
India seeks foreign investors for energy projects worth $300 billion in an effort to cut imports.
Williams Partners has placed its New York Bay Expansion Project into service, increasing natural gas deliveries to New York City.