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Foothills Gas Gathering and the Columbia Minehead Gas Gathering systems from subsidiaries of TransCanada PipeLines Ltd ..... been selling noncore properties. The two major gas gathering systems comprise over 300 km of pipe. They connect the
Services's reserves and operating expertise. "Technology and experience will be particularly important as oil and gas gathering systems are extended to production areas in deeper water," he said. Centana will operate the gathering system's gas
Howard Energy Partners agreed to acquire natural gas gathering assets in South Texas from Meritage Midstream Services. The acquisition involves the Eagle Ford Escondido Gathering System, which is partially owned by Laredo Energy, and the Cuervo Creek Gathering System.
The Interstate Natural Gas Association of America recommends the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission not regulate rates U.S. gathering lines charge. FERC is expected to consider next year whether it should retain jurisdiction over gathering lines that are affiliates of interstate gas pipelines.
acquire a 33.75% interest in the Liberty and Rome gas gathering systems from Anadarko and a 33.75% interest in the Larry’s Creek, Seely, and Warrensville gas gathering systems from an affiliate of Chesapeake Energy Corp. All
Midstream and BP Canada Energy Co. entered a joint venture agreement to develop their Cranberry and Chinchaga gas gathering systems and plants in the Manning area of northern Alberta. The joint venture improves processing services for producers
pressure trunk line to connect various low-pressure gas gathering systems that are owned and operated by third parties. Once ..... existing operations in the Granite Wash, which include gas gathering systems totaling 340 MMcfd of throughput capacity and the
acquire a 33.75% interest in the Liberty and Rome gas gathering systems from Anadarko and a 33.75% interest in the Larry's Creek, Seely, and Warrensville gas gathering systems from an affiliate of Chesapeake Energy Corp. All
in the northeastern Pennsylvania portion of the Marcellus shale. Chief Gathering’s assets include six natural gas gathering systems serving more than 300,000 acres in Bradford, Lycoming, Sullivan, Susquehanna, Wyoming, and Greene counties
the Buda, Pearsall, Olmos, and Escondido formations. Teak's new pipelines include two inlet high-pressure gas gathering systems . One system consists of 178 miles of 24-in. and 16-in. OD pipeline with 600 MMcfd of gas capacity. This