North American

Kinder Morgan Energy Partners will pay $855 million to Petrohawk Energy Corp. and assume $65 million in debt for Petrohawk's 50% interest in KinderHawk Field Services.

Magellan Midstream Partners, L.P. plans to expand capacity of its Crane, TX-to-Houston crude oil pipeline to 225,000 bpd. Based on Magellan’s open season, the expanded pipeline capacity is fully committed with long-term agreements.

A new oil pipeline with potential capacity of up to 400,000 bpd linking Colombia's Llanos basin to the Pacific coast could be operational by the end of 2016, according to Rigzone.

Enterprise Products Partners L.P. plans to construct two more NGL fractionators at its Mont Belvieu, TX complex to provide 150,000 bpd of incremental fractionation capacity.

Shell Pipeline announced a binding open season period for firm capacity on the Houma-to-Houston pipeline system reversal project (Ho-Ho Reversal).

ONEOK Partners L.P. plans to invest $1.5 -1.8 billion through 2015 to build a 1,300-mile crude oil pipeline with the capacity to transport 200,000 bpd.

Editorial Correction
In the February issue of Pipeline & Gas Journal, page 10, the incorrect map was shown for the article titled “Joint Venture To Build Double Eagle Pipeline”. The correct map and article are shown here.

ExxonMobil, ConocoPhillips, BP and TransCanada, through its participation in the Alaska Pipeline Project, announced March 30 that they are working together on the next generation of resource development in Alaska.

TEAK Midstream, L.L.C. is planning to construct more than 200 miles of natural gas gathering and residue delivery pipelines and an adjoining 200 MMcf/d cryogenic gas processing plant in south Texas to better serve gas producers operating in the Eagle Ford Shale play.

NiSource Gas Transmission and Storage’s Midstream Services announced a major midstream initiative in the Utica play in eastern Ohio.

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