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Eagle Ford Gathering LLC, a 50/50 joint venture between Kinder Morgan Energy Partners, LP and Copano Energy, LLC announced two long-term agreements to provide transportation, processing and fractionation services to Petrohawk Energy Corp. and Rosetta Resources Operating LP, an affiliate of Rosetta Resources Inc., two of the leading operators in the Eagle Ford Shale play in South Texas.

Holly Energy Partners (HEP) announced two expansion projects to provide 60,000 bpd of additional crude pipeline take-away capacity resulting from increased Delaware Basin drilling activity in southeast New Mexico.

A report by the Scranton Times Tribune found that the natural gas industry spent more than $3.5 million last year to lobby lawmakers and state officials on issues concerning Marcellus Shale gas extraction.

QGC has selected GL Noble Denton to provide verification services for the development of the Queensland Curtis Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) project, which is expected to supply more than 8.5 MMta of LNG through development of two LNG trains.

Eagle Rock Energy Partners plans to install a 60 MMcf/d cryogenic processing facility in Hemphill County, TX in the heart of the prolific Granite Wash play.

Darby Equipment has settled into recently completed offices immediately adjacent to their manufacturing plant in Tulsa.

Ziff Energy has released a report that analyses the costs for new natural gas transportation infrastructure in the seven North America shale gas regions: Marcellus, Eagle Ford, Haynesville, Barnett, Woodford, Fayetteville, and Horn River.

QNGS Holdings, LLC, a portfolio company of Quantum Energy Partners, LLC and Larry Bickle, chairman of the combined entities, announced that the company is combining its two natural gas storage development entities, Merchant Energy Partners, LLC of Denver, Colorado and Icon NGS, LLC of Houston.

A study done for Alyeska Pipeline Service Co. concludes that the 800-mile Trans-Alaska Pipeline System (TAPS)  can be operated safely down to 350,000 bpd if measures are taken to prevent ice and wax buildup and corrosion, problems that accompany low flow.

Crosstex Energy, L.P. and Crosstex Energy, Inc. are completing engineering studies, pipeline routing work and environmental permitting for an NGL project that will expand Crosstex’s Louisiana fractionation facilities and expand access to these facilities and Louisiana product markets through a new NGL pipeline.