North American

Occidental Petroleum Corporation (Oxy) announced its wholly owned subsidiary Occidental Chemical Corporation (OxyChem) has signed a preliminary agreement with DCP Midstream LLC (DCP) for the supply and transport of natural gas liquids in Texas.

New Jersey Natural Gas (NJNG) submitted a filing June 16 with the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities seeking authority to invest up to $15 million to build compressed natural gas vehicle refueling stations in Monmouth, Ocean and Morris counties.

Dallas-based Energy Transfer Equity (which owns Energy Transfer Partners) announced June 16 that it will acquire Houston-based Southern Union Company.

Williams Partners L.P. has completed the acquisition of an additional 24.5% interest in the Gulfstream interstate gas pipeline system from Williams for $330 million.

Kinder Morgan Energy Partners, L.P. has agreed to pay $855 million to Petrohawk Energy Corporation and assume $65 million in debt for Petrohawk’s 50% interest in KinderHawk Field Services.

El Paso Natural Gas Company (EPNG), has successfully closed companion open seasons and signed long-term agreements to expand its Willcox lateral and provide mainline 95,000 Dth/d of natural gas transportation.

Regency Energy Partners announced June 2 that it has entered into agreements to provide gas and condensate gathering services for a producer in the Eagle Ford Shale.

DCP Midstream LLC and Targa Resources Partners LP have entered agreements that provide a long-term anchor commitment to the DCP Midstream Sandhills Pipeline LLC.

Genesis Energy plans to expand its crude oil pipeline and terminal capabilities on the upper Texas Coast and to expand its refinery services operating footprint with a new sour gas processing facility by year-end.

Valero and Harvest Pipeline plan to build a pipeline to deliver crude oil from the Eagle Ford to Valero’s Three Rivers refinery.

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