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Last year was a historic one for the North American oil and gas industry, marked by the discovery and expansion of a multitude of oil and gas shale plays, the doubling of North American proven gas reserves, a blowout in the Gulf of Mexico that lasted months to become the worst environmental disaster on record, and new (or threatened) rules and legislation that would constrain hydraulic fracturing, offshore permits, and derivatives trading and hedging.

Energy Transfer Partners, L.P. announced April 21 that it has entered into long-term fee-based agreements with multiple producers, including Rosetta Resources Operating LP, SM Energy Company, and a subsidiary of Anadarko Petroleum Corporation to provide natural gas gathering, processing, and liquids services from the prolific Eagle Ford Shale.

A new technology with the promise to provide accurate location data about buried pipe has been licensed to Sensit Technologies.

UGI Energy Service’s affiliate, UGI Storage Company, commenced service on April 1 for winning bidders of its initial open season to sell firm storage service from its natural gas storage assets located in north-central Pennsylvania.

A deal to merge Wood Group’s Production Facilities business with PSN was completed on April 20, 2011. The merger creates the world’s leading brownfield service provider with annual revenues of around US$3 billion and a 23,000 strong workforce operating in more than 35 countries.

Enterprise Products Partners L.P. has entered into a 10-year agreement with two producers in the Eagle Ford Shale play of South Texas to provide firm crude oil transportation and marketing services.

Picture this: the CEO of a large energy corporation wants to pursue a new development. The economic difficulties haven’t slowed his company, so he decides to build a new plant near a small town in Midwest USA.

Colonial Pipeline announced that recent pipeline system improvements have netted an additional capacity of 24,000 bpd.

This proposed Kitimat LNG export development is intended to open new market opportunities in the Asia-Pacific region for abundant supplies of Canadian natural gas.

Chesapeake Utilities has signed an agreement with Allen Family Foods, Inc. of Delaware to provide natural gas service to its Harbeson, DE processing plant as well as completion of the required facilities. Upon construction of the facilities, natural gas service was initiated.