North American

Lone Star NGL, a joint venture of Energy Transfer Partners, and Regency Energy Partners, has received board approval to construct a 533-mile, 24- and 30-inch NGL pipeline from the Permian Basin to Mont Belvieu, TX and convert Lone Star’s West Texas 12-inch NGL pipeline for crude oil and condensate service.

Applied LNG held a groundbreaking on Nov. 20, marking the start of construction on its Midlothian LNG facility - a first in the northwest region of Texas.

Williams announced Transco has filed an application with FERC to expand its pipeline system to serve the growing need for natural gas by electric generators, natural gas distributors and end-users in the southeastern United States.

OMAHA, Nebraska (AP) — The Republican-led Congress appears ready to approve the Keystone XL oil pipeline, but no matter what actions are taken in Washington, the entire project could be delayed until Nebraska signs off on the route.

JUNEAU, Alaska (AP) — Gov. Bill Walker has removed three members from the board of the Alaska Gasline Development Corp., including a former president of Exxon Mobil Pipeline Co. whose appointment created controversy during the last legislative session.

HARRISONBURG, Va. (AP) — Friday's the deadline to comment on a proposed natural gas pipeline whose route includes the George Washington National Forest.

Navitas Midstream Partners has executed a long-term, fee-based agreement with an investment grade independent producer to provide gathering and processing services in the northern Eagle Ford Shale in Brazos and Grimes counties in Texas.

Monarch Oil Pipeline, a subsidiary of Monarch Natural Gas Holdings, is holding an open season through Jan. 30 to solicit capacity commitments from shippers for a new oil pipeline system to gather and transport crude oil from production areas in Hemphill and Lipscomb counties in Texas to Plains Pipeline’s Reydon Station in Roger Mills County, OK.

Rimrock Midstream entered into agreements with Grand Mesa Pipeline, a subsidiary of NGL Energy Partners, to construct and operate the Grand Mesa Pipeline.

Spectra Energy’s proposed Westcoast Connector Gas Transmission Project continues to advance, following receipt of an Environmental Assessment Certificate from British Columbia. The environmental review of the project assessed a natural gas transportation corridor that could accommodate up to two 48-inch pipelines with total design capacity of 8.4 Bcf/d.

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