North American

Gulfport Energy Corp. completed definitive agreements with MarkWest Utica EMG L.L.C. to construct and operate gas gathering pipelines and processing facilities associated with Gulfport's development of its Utica Shale acreage in eastern Ohio.

Enterprise Products Partners’ Phase I Eagle Ford crude oil system recently began accepting deliveries and commissioning the pipeline and delivery stations.

Kinder Morgan Energy Partners announced that shippers have signed binding 20-year contracts for 510,000 bpd of capacity in support of expanding the pipeline system.

Williams Partners held a non-binding open season from May 30 to June 28 for an expansion of its Transco interstate pipeline to provide incremental firm natural gas transportation capacity to markets in northern Georgia and Alabama by 2016.

Kinder Morgan Pony Express Pipeline and Banner Transportation Company launched a joint open season to solicit shipper interest for crude oil transportation service on their combined facilities which include a 330-mile Banner Pipeline originating in the Bakken oil production area near Baker, MT and terminating near Guernsey, WY.

TransCanada Corp. has received a contract from Shell Canada Ltd. to build and operate a pipeline expected to cost C$3.85 billion that will transport natural gas to a planned LNG export facility near Kitimat, BC.

Department of Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood announced that the agency will lead the effort to help expedite federal permitting for a 1,000-mile pipeline modernization project by NiSource, Inc. that will produce thousands of jobs, enhance safety and increase energy capacity.

Kinder Morgan is proposing the Sasabe Lateral project in southeastern Arizona, which would include constructing a 36-inch lateral pipeline and facilities to provide an initial 160 MMcf/d of capacity from a point of interconnection with Kinder Morgan's existing pipeline system west of Tucson.

Sunoco Pipeline L.P. has concluded an open season for the Permian Express Phase I project to deliver 150,000 bpd of West Texas crude to Gulf Coast markets.

Spectra Energy Corp. received Federal Energy Regulatory Commission approval to proceed with construction on the New Jersey-New York Expansion Project, a 20-mile expansion of its Texas Eastern Transmission and Algonquin Gas Transmission interstate pipeline systems.

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