Projects

The sixth edition of pipeline repair and rehabilitation conference series from Clarion and Tiratsoo Technical Conferences, Fixing Pipeline Problems, will again be held in Berlin Oct. 21-24, 2014 at the Estel Hotel.

Enbridge Inc. announced that pursuant to the Joint Review Panel's (JRP) recommendation, the Northern Gateway Project has received Governor in Council (GIC) approval by the Canadian federal government. The JRP's recommendation was subject to 209 conditions.

Koch Pipeline Company, L.P. will expand its South Texas crude oil pipeline system by installing an additional 24-mile pipeline in San Patricio County. The new pipeline will have an expected initial capacity of 200,000 bpd.

UGI Energy Services announced a further expansion of its Auburn Gathering System in Pennsylvania with construction of a 9-mile, 24-inch pipeline from Susquehanna County to the Manning Compressor Station in Wyoming County, along with additional compression to be installed at Manning.

Global Partners LP has entered into an agreement with Meadowlark Midstream Company LLC whereby Meadowlark will build, own and operate new a crude oil transportation system.

EQT Corp. and NextEra US Gas Assets, held a non-binding open season for the Mountain Valley Pipeline project which would connect Marcellus and Utica natural gas supply to markets in the Southeast. The companies signed a letter of intent to form a joint venture to construct and own the Mountain Valley Pipeline.

Coastal GasLink Pipeline Ltd., a wholly owned subsidiary of TransCanada PipeLines Limited, proposes to develop a natural gas pipeline from northeast British Columbia to the west coast of British Columbia to serve export markets.

Steelhead LNG Corp. and the Huu-ay-aht First Nations (HFN) have signed an Opportunity Development Agreement that will see them work together to explore developing an LNG project on HFN-owned land at Sarita Bay, 10 km north of Anacla at the southern end of Alberni Inlet on Vancouver Island.

Enterprise Products Partners L.P. and Enbridge Inc. recently announced that the 512-mile loop of the Seaway Pipeline system from Cushing, OK to the Jones Creek storage and terminal facility near Freeport, TX was mechanically complete. The 30-inch Seaway Loop Pipeline is expected to more than double the capacity of the Seaway system to 850,000 bpd.

A consortium that includes Brazil’s Odebrecht was awarded a $935 million contract by Mexico’s oil giant PEMEX to construct a portion of the Phase 2 north section of the Los Ramones pipeline.

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