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Navitas to build Eaglebine natural gas gathering pipeline

Nov 20, 2014

Navitas Midstream Partners LLC, The Woodlands, Tex., will build the La Bahia natural gas gathering system, including a 20-in. OD pipeline extending from the northern end of the Eagle Ford shale (Eaglebine) in Brazos County, Tex., to a 120-MMcfd cryogenic processing plant the company is building in Grimes County, Tex. Navitas expects the plant to enter service in mid-2015.

Hiland launches open season for Double H system

Nov 20, 2014

Hiland Crude LLC has launched an open season to solicit shipper commitments to expanded capacity of the company’s Double H crude oil transportation system, a 488-mile pipeline under construction.

Freeport LNG nears construction phase

Nov 19, 2014

Freeport LNG Expansion LP expects later this month to close on financing and begin construction on the first two trains of its natural gas liquefaction and LNG export facility on Quintana Island near Freeport, Tex.

Woodside releases draft EIS for Browse LNG project

Nov 19, 2014

Woodside Petroleum Ltd. has released its draft environmental impact statement (EIS) for the proposed Browse LNG project offshore Western Australia.

Senate debates, then barely rejects, Keystone XL approval bill

Nov 19, 2014

The US Senate finally debated a bill authorizing construction of the proposed Keystone XL crude oil pipeline on Nov. 18 before rejecting the measure by a single vote. Republicans vowed to bring the measure back once they assume majority control in January.

ETP, Regency plan Permian-to-Mont Belvieu NGL pipeline

Nov 18, 2014

Energy Transfer Partners LP and Regency Energy Partners LP, both of Dallas, reported that their joint venture, Lone Star NGL LLC, has received board approval to construct a 533-mile, 24- and 30-in. natural gas liquids pipeline from the Permian basin to Mont Belvieu, Tex.

EPA finalizes methane emissions control rule, proposes another

Nov 18, 2014

The US Environmental Protection Agency issued a final regulation aimed at improving the clarity and consistency of oil and gas data submitted to its greenhouse-gas reporting program (GHGRP). It also proposed a rule that would add emissions reporting for sources that the program does not cover currently to its Subpart W.

ANGA president calls for sharper focus on gas transportation issues

Nov 17, 2014

America’s Natural Gas Alliance Pres. Martin J. Durbin called for a stronger focus on transportation as he outlined issues that the US gas industry faces following the 2014 midterm elections and heading into 2015.

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