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Williams announced June 15 that the company will acquire all of its joint venture Access Midstream Partners' general partnership and bring its share in the limited partnership to 50%, a deal valued at $6 billion overall.

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TransCanada Corp. filed a project description with the National Energy Board for the Eastern Mainline Project.

The Southeast Supply Header (SESH) is a 42-inch and 36-inch natural gas pipeline originating at Carthage, TX and running 446 miles to a terminus at Coden, AL. SESH links the onshore natural gas supply basins of East Texas and northern Louisiana to markets predominantly served by offshore natural gas supplies from the Gulf of Mexico.

Air Products has entered into a long-term agreement with Enterprise Products Operating LLC that will increase hydrogen supply for refinery and petrochemical customers connected to Air Products’ Gulf Coast Connection Pipeline system.

A big sigh of disappointment echoed across the land May 8, for it had to come to pass that Johnny Football would no longer launch those beautiful spirals or befuddle opposing defenses with his dazzling footwork. Perhaps it was a sigh of relief, as Texans could now take a deep breath, grateful the circus was finally over, because Johnny Football would merely become Johnny Footnote, a legend, albeit a brief one, in Lone Star folklore.

Rex Energy Corp. has executed two separate binding Precedent Agreements with Dominion Transmission, Inc. and Texas Gas Transmission, LLC, respectively, to transport natural gas volumes from Rex's Butler Operated Area in Butler County, PA to the Midwest and Gulf Coast.

Just as onshore production methods change and evolve over time, so too do environmental regulations. On Aug. 16, 2012, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) published final regulatory updates specific to onshore oil and natural gas production that span from well completion to transmission. Deciphering and gaining a better understanding of these regulations will remove costly compliance pitfalls during normal operations.

While the energy industry’s share of the economy is on the upswing, the business is in many ways still a specialty field, with innumerable complex issues at play between companies, regulators and the public when it comes to development, conservation and jobs. Few people understand the interplay well enough to provide context to those not in the midst of it, and those in the middle can lose sight of the big picture. Bernard “Bud” Weinstein, Ph.D., is applying his considerable talents to bridging those gaps.

Piedmont Natural is working at the Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, home to the U.S. Marine Corps' II Marine Expeditionary Force, to expand its natural gas facilities in Jacksonville, NC.