North American

ROSEN and Mexico state-owned PEMEX have been working together on the multiyear large-scale Marinos y Playeros project for the development and implementation of a comprehensive integrity and management program since 2010. The project involves 14 marine terminals with all onshore and offshore pipelines and associated piping.

Enbridge Energy Partners continues an aggressive investment program, announcing a further US$145 million investment to enhance the capability of its North Dakota crude oil system.

Plains All American Pipeline, L.P. announced plans to convert an existing Oklahoma LPG pipeline into crude oil service.

Spectra Energy’s subsidiary, Texas Eastern Transmission, received FERC approval for the Texas Eastern Appalachia to Market (TEAM) 2012 expansion project.

TexStar Midstream Services, LP is holding a binding open season to obtain firm commitments from interested parties for the TexStar Crude Oil Pipeline, LP to transport crude oil and condensate from various points located in Frio, LaSalle, McMullen and Live Oak counties in Texas to NuStar’s North Beach Terminal in Corpus Christi, TX.

Enterprise Products Partners announced several new construction projects that will extend and expand its natural gas and NGL infrastructure in South Texas to accommodate expected production growth from the Eagle Ford shale play.

Explorer Pipeline Company plans to build a 24-inch diluent pipeline extension from its existing Peotone Station, which is located on its 24-inch mainline between Wood River, IL and Hammond, IN, in order to allow shippers to transport diluent directly from Explorer to the Enbridge Southern Lights pipeline origin at Manhattan, IL.

Colonial Pipeline announced a capacity expansion in Virginia that can increase deliveries to the Tidewater area by 24,000 bpd.

El Paso has placed its 1,100-mile Marcellus Ethane Pipeline project on hold after lackluster interest from producers.

TransCanada Corp. has selected Quanta Services-owned Price Gregory Services to be part of MPS Constructors, a joint venture made up of Michels Corp., Price Gregory Services and Sheehan Pipe Line Construction, that will build the 1,179-mile section of Keystone XL between Hardisty, Alberta, to Steele City, NB, and related infrastructure that are part of the project.

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