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Latest EIA report lists mixed impacts from higher US LNG exports

Oct 30, 2014

Increased US LNG exports would raise natural gas prices and increase production, reduce end-users’ demand, push higher total primary energy use and related carbon dioxide emissions, and modestly increase consumer expenditures for gas and the electricity it generates, according to a recent report from the US Energy Information Administration.

Construction begins on Cove Point LNG export project

Oct 30, 2014

Dominion Cove Point LNG LP has started construction on the Cove Point LNG export project on Chesapeake Bay near Lusby, Md., a month after the US Federal Energy Regulatory Commission authorized building the facility.

TransCanada files Energy East application

Oct 30, 2014

TransCanada Corp. has filed a formal project application with Canada’s National Energy Board for the Energy East Pipeline, which is to carry as much as 1.1 million b/d of crude oil from Alberta and Saskatchewan to refineries and terminals in eastern Canada.

Western Gas to acquire Delaware basin midstream operator

Oct 29, 2014

Western Gas Partners LP will acquire Nuevo Midstream LLC for $15 billion in cash, Nuevo Midstream and its private equity backer EnCap Flatrock Midstream have reported.

Energy Transfer, Phillips 66 in pipeline JVs

Oct 29, 2014

Energy Transfer Equity LP, Energy Transfer Partners LP, and Phillips 66 have formed joint ventures to develop two crude oil pipelines that together will connect the Bakken/Three Forks play in North Dakota with the US Gulf Coast.

Oneok to acquire Permian NGL assets for $800 million

Oct 27, 2014

Oneok Partners LP, Tulsa, has agreed to acquire NGL pipelines and related assets in the Permian basin from affiliates of Chevron Corp. for $800 million. The deal is expected to close in the fourth quarter.

NBP launches open season for Bakken Header Supply Lateral project

Oct 27, 2014

Northern Border Pipeline Co. (NBP), Houston, launched a month-long nonbinding open season to gauge shipper interest in a pipeline project to transport natural gas from the Bakken area of North Dakota into the NBP system.

Constitution gas pipeline gets environmental nod from FERC

Oct 27, 2014

Constitution Pipeline Co. LLC has received a final environmental review from the US Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, which clears the way for construction of the proposed 124-mile, 30-in. Constitution natural gas system from supply areas in northeast Pennsylvania to existing transmission pipelines in Schoharie County, NY.

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