Transport - Piplines

Williams Receives FERC Approval For Gateway Project

Expansion of Transco gas pipeline will help meet growing demand from Northeast markets.

Carlyle Group Names Manager For US Crude Export Terminal Project

Lone Star Ports LLC will lead development and operation of a Carlyle Group-backed crude export terminal in Corpus Christi, Texas, that can fully load supertankers, according to a statement from the project leaders on Dec. 14.


Bulgaria Plans First Steps Towards Natural Gas Trading Bourse

Bulgaria plans to set up a state-owned company by the end of the year to operate a natural gas bourse, with liquidity secured through an agreement with Austria’s natural gas trading hub, its energy minister said on Dec. 14.


Norway Postpones Decision On Arctic Oil Terminal

The Norwegian government has postponed a decision on whether to mandate the construction of an oil processing terminal near the Arctic tip of northern Europe until the third quarter of next year, it said on Dec. 14.


Frac Spread: Kansas Ethane, I’ve A Feeling We’re Not In Single Digits Anymore

The ethane spread between Conway and Mont Belvieu has narrowed dramatically since the summer.

Joseph Markman

Mountain Valley Pipeline Project 70% Complete By Year-End

The project targets full in-service for 2019 and reiterates its $4.6 billion cost estimate.

Privcap Game Change: Oil, Infrastructure Still A Wise Investment

The predicted growth of electric vehicles will certainly hurt oil demand but that shift won’t be felt for another 15 to 20 years, which is more than enough time for investors to make money.

Terrance Harris

Midstream’s Next Gen Technology

Multiple methods can be put into place to protect pipelines and other assets.

Mary Holcomb

Oil Traders Eye Cushing Builds As Sunrise Startup Shifts Flows

Builds from the early startup of the Sunrise pipeline are expected to continue into 2019.


USD Partners Contract Will Support New Pipeline Connection, More Storage Capacity At Casper Terminal

Three-year deal will support construction of an outbound connection to the Express Pipeline and a tank to facilitate blending.

Pennsylvania Judge Rejects Shutting Energy Transfer's Mariner East Pipelines

A Pennsylvania administrative law judge on Dec. 11 denied a petition by state residents asking utility regulators to prohibit the operation of Energy Transfer LP and its Sunoco subsidiary’s Mariner East pipelines.


Setting Sales: Companies That Push Out Exports

Several companies in the sector play crucial roles as the midstream grows to handle greater sales abroad.

Erin Pedigo


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