EnLink’s Tennant: Be In The Best Places, Up And Down The Value Chain

EnLink’s Tennant: Be In The Best Places, Up And Down The Value Chain

Aligning with customers sets the stage for a drama-free delivery of products.

Jessica Morales, Hart Energy

Water Management: Three Pipes in a Ditch

Water management emerges as a major business for the midstream.

Gregory DL Morris, Hart Energy

Alberta’s Oil Industry Facing Perfect Storm Of Awful

Low prices, pipeline and rail constraints, and storage shortfalls form brewing storm against Alberta’s oil industry.

Markham Hislop, Contributor

So Far, Price Isn’t Right For Electric Cars

So Far, Price Isn’t Right For Electric Cars

Despite the emergence of electric vehicles, the obituary for the oil and gas industry will have to wait.

Joseph Markman, Hart Energy

Last Mile Is Key To Global LNG Growth

Last Mile Is Key To Global LNG Growth

Experts: Liquefaction and transportation assets are sufficient, but regasification lags.

Gregory DL Morris, Contributor

Are Expensive Permian Midstream Deals Too Costly To Pass Up?

Are Expensive Permian Midstream Deals Too Costly To Pass Up?

Capacity concerns for oil and gas takeaway have spurred pipeline construction but Delaware Basin infrastructure deals with private-equity firms have already proven pricey.

Darren Barbee, Hart Energy

The Interview: Harold Hamm’s Thoughts On Exports

The Interview: Harold Hamm’s Thoughts On Exports

Crude oil exports alone may increase to 4 MMbbl/d by 2022, according to recent remarks by Enterprise Products Partners LP, as the world demands more light sweet crude.

Leslie Haines and Paul Hart, Hart Energy

All In The Family

The $2.4 billion Phillips 66 dropdown appears to be a win-win.

Joseph Markman, Hart Energy

Midstream Connect: More Than Just OK

Midstream Connect: More Than Just OK

Garry Banda, midstream analyst for Stratas Advisors, offers his assessment of what to expect in Oklahoma's emerging Scoop and Stack plays.

Hart Energy Staff

LNG Exports Are A Still-Developing American Story

U.S. LNG association president says few newly created industries can rival the potential economic benefits of U.S. LNG.

Terrance Harris, Hart Energy

Cheniere To Decide On Corpus Christi 3 LNG Export Terminal By End June

Liquefied natural gas (LNG) company Cheniere Energy Inc. said it planned to make a final investment decision to build the third liquefaction train at its Corpus Christi LNG export facility in Texas in the first half of 2018.

Reuters

Shell, Inpex Near Finish Line In Race To Export North Australian LNG

Shell and Inpex are on the final stretch of a years-long race to export gas from offshore northern Australia, where both have spent billions of dollars building the world's biggest maritime vessels to grab a slice of Asia's booming LNG market.

Reuters

JGC, Fluor Win LNG Canada Project Order

Newspaper reports that two firms have landed orders to design and build the $14 billion project.

Reuters

Freeport LNG Delays Start Of Texas Export Terminal To September 2019

Reasons for delay not given for nine-month pushback of $13 billion plant.

Reuters

Woodside Sees New Momentum On Long-Delayed Browse Gas Project

Browse will be developed to feed the North West Shelf LNG plant.

Reuters

British Columbia Files Case, May Delay Kinder Morgan Pipeline

Canada’s ruling Liberals have insisted that they have jurisdiction over project, which they approved in 2016.

Reuters

Kenya Picks Britain’s Wood Group For Oil Pipeline Design

Pipeline from north of country to Indian Ocean port is expected to cost $2 billion.

Reuters

Phillips 66 Partners To Construct West Texas Crude Oil Pipeline System

Phillips 66 Partners said April 24 it has received sufficient binding commitments on an initial open season to proceed with construction of the Gray Oak Pipeline system.

Business Wire

Enbridge Shares Fall On Minnesota Pipeline Route Ruling

Shares of Canadian pipeline operator Enbridge Inc. dropped more than 4% on April 24 after a Minnesota judge agreed the Line 3 oil pipeline replacement project was needed, but rejected the company's preferred route.

Reuters

NOC: Repairs On Libya’s Waha Oil Pipeline To Take ‘A Few Days’

Company expects loss of production to total about 80,000 bbl/d.

Reuters

Colombia's Transandino Pipeline Halted After Bomb Attack

Colombia’s southern Transandino pipeline was halted after a bomb attack by an illegal armed group spilled crude oil into a river, state-run oil company Ecopetrol said on April 22.

Reuters

Canadian Railways In Catch-22 Over Crude Shipment

Canadian railway operators see a lucrative opportunity to transport more crude oil to the U.S. as a rise in output force producers to find new routes to its southern neighbor.

Reuters

Shell Looks To Meet Growth In LNG Trucking In Asia

Shell will build a truck loading facility at terminal on India’s west coast.

Reuters

Andeavor And Savage End Joint Washington Crude Terminal Project

Denial of permit in January for rail-to-marine terminal was death-knell for project.

Reuters

Canadian Jury Acquits Three Over Lac Megantic Derailment

A Canadian jury on Friday found three former rail workers not guilty of criminal negligence causing death in connection with a 2013 crude-by-rail derailment that killed 47 in the town of Lac Megantic in Quebec.

Reuters

Canada Judge Tells Jury In Deadly Oil Derailment Trial To Press On

A Canadian judge on Jan. 16 told jurors to continue deliberations, despite their difficulty in reaching a verdict in the joint trial of three former rail employees in the 2013 Lac Megantic train derailment that killed 47 in Quebec, local media said.

Reuters

Rail Shipments Of Canadian Oil To US Seen Rising Over 60%

Differential between Canadian oil and WTI widens to over $25.

Reuters

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