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  • 03/31/2014 -- ANR receives 2 bcfd of shipper commitments for SEML
    TransCanada Corp.’s ANR Pipeline system has secured almost 2 bcfd of firm natural gas transportation commitments on its Southeast Main Line (SEML) for an average term of 23 years, with roughly 1.25 bcfd beginning this year and the balance next. The company said it is reviewing options for further expansion of SEML.
  • 03/27/2014 -- Santos buys gas reserves for Queensland LNG plant
    The WestSide Corp.-Mitsui joint venture has been let a contract to supply gas to the Santos Ltd.-led Gladstone LNG project for 20 years beginning in 2015.
  • 03/26/2014 -- Total, CNOOC sign LNG cooperation agreement
    Total SA and China National Offshore Oil Corp. (CNOOC) have reached an LNG cooperation agreement that will expand upon the companies’ existing 15-year contract in which Total has been supplying China with as much as 1 million tonnes/year of LNG since 2010.
  • 03/26/2014 -- KMEP to build Permian carbon dioxide pipeline
    Kinder Morgan Energy Partners LP will build and operate a 213-mile, 16-in. OD pipeline to transport carbon dioxide from its St. Johns source field in Apache County, Ariz., to the KMEP-operated Cortez Pipeline in Torrance County, NM. The Lobos Pipeline will have an initial capacity of 300 MMcfd, supporting current and future enhanced oil recovery projects owned by KMEP and other operators in the Permian basin of West Texas and eastern New Mexico.
  • 03/26/2014 -- Lake Charles LNG export project partners file FERC application
    Trunkline LNG Co. LLC and Trunkline LNG Export LLC, both wholly owned subsidiaries of Energy Transfer Equity LP and Energy Transfer Partners LP, have submitted an application with the US Federal Energy Regulatory Commission seeking its authorization for the siting, construction, ownership, and operation of the proposed Lake Charles LNG export project.
  • 03/21/2014 -- ETP unit gets FERC approval for gas exports to Mexico
    Energy Transfer Partners LP unit Houston Pipe Line Co. LP (HLPC) has received approval from the US Federal Energy Regulatory Commission to build a 23-mile, 24-in. OD extension of its Edinburgh lateral to export 140 MMcfd of natural gas to northern Mexico starting in this year’s fourth quarter. The extension will extend under the Rio Grande River between Hidalgo County, Tex., and Reynosa, Mexico, supplying industrial users and power plants.
  • 03/20/2014 -- Shah Deniz II, South Caucasus Pipeline contracts awarded
    The Shah Deniz and South Caucasus Pipeline consortia awarded project management and construction contracts for the development of Shah Deniz Stage 2 and the South Caucasus Pipeline Expansion (SCPX).
  • 03/18/2014 -- INGAA Foundation forecasts oil, gas infrastructure outlays to 2035
    An estimated $640.9 billion, or an average $29.1 billion/year, will need to be spent on US and Canadian midstream crude oil, natural gas, and natural gas liquids infrastructure from 2014 through 2035, the INGAA Foundation forecasts in a recent study.
  • 03/18/2014 -- Hiland looks to expand Bakken crude pipeline
    Hiland Crude LLC has launched an open season to solicit shipper interest for crude oil transportation on an expanded version of its Double H Pipeline, currently under construction in the Bakken shale. An initial open season in 2012 filled its 50,000 b/d base capacity.
  • 03/17/2014 -- Cameron LNG awards export-plant contracts
    Cameron LNG LLC has awarded CB&I and Chiyoda International Corp. a $6 billion engineering, procurement, and construction contract to build a 13.5 million tonne/year export plant in Hackberry, La., Cameron Parish.
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