EPIC Midstream Holdings, LP on Jan. 14 reaffirmed that the EPIC Crude Oil Pipeline remains on schedule to begin interim service from Crane, Texas to Corpus Christi, Texas, during the third quarter of 2019. The project is expected to be in permanent service beginning January 2020.
President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador’s offensive against fuel robbers marks the leftist’s first attempt to tackle entrenched corruption since taking office on Dec. 1.
Any attempts by the United States to stop Europe buying Russian gas via additional sanctions against Moscow would be an attack on the continent’s sovereignty, a German business group said on Jan. 11
Canada's energy regulator released draft revisions of conditions and new recommendations on Jan. 10 as part of the Trans Mountain oil pipeline expansion re-review, ordered last year after a Canadian court overturned the approval of the project.
EPIC was formed in 2017 and the crude oil line in the Permian Basin is one of its first projects. In October, EPIC said it would convert a portion of its planned NGL pipeline to transport crude instead.