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Medallion to build Wolfcamp Connector crude pipeline

Feb 21, 2014

Medallion Pipeline Co. LLC, a subsidiary of Medallion Midstream LLC, reported the successful closing of the binding open season for its proposed crude oil pipeline, the Wolfcamp Connector, as well as its southward extension, the Reagan Gathering Extension, and will build both systems.

Cabot secures Transco natural gas pipeline space, sales to WGL

Feb 21, 2014

Cabot Oil & Gas Corp. executed a 500-MMcfd gas sale and purchase agreement with a subsidiary of WGL Holdings and a binding precedent agreement with Transcontinental Gas Pipe Line Co. LLC (Transco) for a new pipeline with committed takeaway capacity from Cabot's acreage in Susquehanna County, Pa.

API continuing to address rail safety concerns, Gerard says

Feb 20, 2014

The US oil and gas industry continues to work with the federal government and railway industry to improve transportation of crude oil by rail, American Petroleum Institute President Jack N. Gerard said.

Keystone XL statute unconstitutional, Nebraska court rules

Feb 20, 2014

Legislation authorizing Nebraska Gov. Dave Heineman (R) to approve a route for the proposed Keystone XL crude pipeline is unconstitutional under state law, a district court in the state ruled on Feb. 19.

NGPL tests interest in Gulf Coast mainline expansion

Feb 19, 2014

Natural Gas Pipeline Company of America LLC (NGPL) launched a 14-day non-binding open season to gauge interest in the potential 750-MMcfd incremental expansion of its Gulf Coast mainline system from the Rockies Express Pipeline (REX) interconnection at Moultrie, Ill., to points south.

Genesis to build new liquids import-export terminal in Baton Rouge

Feb 18, 2014

Genesis Energy LP plans to build a new crude oil, intermediates, and refined products import-export terminal in Baton Rouge, La.

Irving to complete crude rail car conversion by April

Feb 18, 2014

Irving Oil reported that by Apr. 30 it will complete the conversion of its proprietary fleet of crude oil rail tank cars to Association of American Railroads' (AAR) recommended specifications for DOT-111 railcars constructed after Oct. 1, 2011. This will require the voluntary removal of older-model railcars from service.

Improve federal pipeline permitting process, UTA white paper urges

Feb 17, 2014

Federal oil and gas pipeline permitting processes need to be accelerated and improved if they are to keep pace with rapidly expanding production, a new white paper produced for United Transportation Advisors LLC argued.

DOE allows LNG exports from Cameron terminal to non-FTA nations

Feb 17, 2014

Energy exports could help national security, new report suggests

Feb 17, 2014

The US should encourage oil and gas exports as part of a broader strategy that also includes accepting the reality of energy interdependence, taking steps to reduce domestic consumption and diversify supplies, and integrating energy security into strategic policy and military planning, a recent report recommended.

Petronas reaches FID on second FLNG, awards contracts

Feb 14, 2014

Malayan state oil company Petronas reached final investment decision (FID) last month for its second floating LNG (FLNG) project, the company said.

Phillips 66 Partners to acquire assets from Phillips 66

Feb 13, 2014

Phillips 66 Partners LP has acquired Phillip 66’s Gold Product Pipeline System and Medford Spheres, two newly constructed refinery-grade propylene storage spheres, for $700 million. It’s the partnerships’ first acquisition since its initial public offering last July.

Infrastructure main US gas development challenge, NARUC panel told

Feb 12, 2014

Infrastructure could be the single biggest limitation to the US fully exploiting its abundant unconventional natural gas resources, gas industry association leaders told state utility regulators on Feb. 11.

DOE allows LNG exports from Cameron terminal to non-FTA nations

Feb 11, 2014

The US Department of Energy conditionally approved LNG exports from the Cameron LNG LLC terminal in Louisiana to countries that do not have a free trade agreement with the US.

Improved pipeline safety needed at all levels, NARUC committee told

Feb 11, 2014

Oil and gas pipelines and the government agencies that regulate them are making progress in improving safety and responses by emphasizing greater involvement at all levels, the National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioner’s Natural Gas Committee learned on Feb. 10.

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