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Enbridge Faces Michigan AG's Attempt to Halt Line 5 Pipeline in State Court Decision

A U.S. appeals court on Monday handed Michigan's attorney general a jurisdictional victory in her bid to force Enbridge to stop operating the Line 5 oil pipeline underneath the Straits of Mackinac in the Great Lakes by allowing her to pursue her case in state rather than federal court.

Energy Transfer Submits HSR Act Filing for WTG Acquisition; Adjusts Purchase Price to $3.1 Billion

WTG owns and operates the largest private Permian Basin gas gathering and processing business with assets located in the core of the Midland Basin.

Colonial Pipeline Owners Explore Stake Sales at $10 Billion Valuation: Sources

Some of Colonial Pipeline's owners are exploring divesting their stakes, hoping they can fetch prices that would value the largest U.S. fuel transportation system in excess of $10 billion, according to people familiar with the matter.

Niger Suspends Oil Exports to China Amid Dispute with Benin

At the Agadem oilfield in eastern Niger, the minister oversaw the padlocking of a section of the 1,243-mile pipeline through which exports to China were meant to flow under a deal with state-owned oil giant CNPC.

ONEOK Completes Acquisition of 450-Mile Texas-Louisiana NGL Pipeline System

ONEOK Inc. has completed its acquisition of a system of natural gas liquids pipelines from Easton Energy for approximately $280 million.

Allseas Completes 163-Mile Barossa Gas Export Pipeline in Timor Sea

Allseas has completed the 262-kilometer (163-mile) Barossa gas export pipeline in the southern Timor Sea.

Phillips 66 to Sell 25% Stake in Rockies Pipeline for $1.28 Billion to Tallgrass Energy Unit

Phillips 66 said it would sell its 25% stake in the 1,714-mile Rockies Express Pipeline (REX) for about $1.28 billion to Tallgrass Energy.

Editor’s Notebook: Permian’s New Kid on the Block?

As the 580-mile Matterhorn Express prepares to go into service next quarter, a new long-haul gas pipeline is looking to step forward as the next major Gulf Coast midstream project.

Arizona Utility Regulators Overturn Committee Decision, Approve Black Mountain Gas Expansion Project

This ruling permits the construction of new gas power plants in Arizona without the explicit review of environmental impacts and customer costs.

FERC Approves Mountain Valley's $7.85 Billion Virginia Gas Pipeline, Operations Set to Begin Soon

Mountain Valley can begin operating its $7.85 billion Virginia natural gas pipeline after receiving approval from the U.S. Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC), according to a filing on Tuesday.

Quality Concerns on Trans Mountain Pipeline May Impact Canadian Oil Flows to U.S. West Coast Refiners

U.S. oil refiners and West Coast traders are flagging concerns about the quality of crude shipped on the newly completed Trans Mountain pipeline expansion (TMX), warning that high vapor pressure and acidity limits could deter purchases of Canadian heavy barrels.

Kinder Morgan Launches Open Season for Texas-to-Arizona Pipeline Expansion

SFPP, a subsidiary of Kinder Morgan Inc., has announced the launch of a binding open season to solicit commitments to support a proposed expansion of the East Line portion of its pipeline system from El Paso, Texas to Tucson, Arizona.

Mountain Valley Pipeline Nears Completion, Seeks FERC Approval for June 11 Start

The company reported in a filing with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) that the final segments of the project were undergoing final preparations, including purging and packing with natural gas.

Sinopec Unit Secures $1.1 Billion Deal to Build Gas Pipelines for Saudi Aramco

A Sinopec service unit said on Thursday it has signed a $1.10 billion deal to build natural gas pipelines for Saudi state oil company Aramco.

Williams Says Court Rules in Its Favor in Pipeline Dispute with Energy Transfer

Pipeline operator Williams said on Wednesday a Louisiana court has ruled in its favor in a dispute with its rival Energy Transfer over a pipeline construction.

TC Energy Shareholders Approve Spin-Off of North American Oil Pipeline Business

TC Energy shareholders voted in favor of spinning off the Canadian company's liquids pipeline business on Tuesday, creating a new energy infrastructure firm known as South Bow Corp. whose assets include the Keystone oil pipeline.

Kinetik Completes Sale of Equity Stake in Gulf Coast Express Pipeline

Kinetik Holdings Inc. has announced the completion of its previously announced sale and direct transfer of its 16% equity interest in the Gulf Coast Express pipeline to an affiliate of ArcLight Capital Partners LLC for $510 million.

Enbridge Adds 21,000 Miles of Gas Pipelines to Network with Questar Gas Company Acquisition

Questar Gas's asset portfolio includes over 21,000 miles of natural gas distribution and transmission pipelines, a liquefied natural gas storage facility that enhances system reliability, and interconnections to multiple interstate natural gas pipelines.

Colonial Pipeline Files for Rate Hike on 5,000-Mile U.S. Network, Effective July 1

The Colonial Pipeline, the largest pipeline system for refined oil products in the U.S., on Friday informed shippers that it has filed to increase rates for the majority of shipments on its more than 5,000-mile network.

Energy Transfer Adds 6,000 Miles of Pipeline with $3.25 Billion WTG Midstream Acquisition

WTG's assets include a 6,000-mile pipeline network that serves the Midland Basin, eight processing plants with a total capacity of 1.3 billion cubic feet per day, and two new plants that are under construction.

Canada Amends Trans Mountain Ownership Regulations to Facilitate Pipeline Sale to Indigenous Groups

Canada is amending regulations on how it manages the state-owned Trans Mountain oil pipeline in order to facilitate its sale to Indigenous groups, according to an official government notice published on Wednesday.

Mountain Valley Pipeline Expects WV-VA Natural Gas Pipe in Service by Early June

U.S. natural gas pipeline venture Mountain Valley Pipeline pushed back the target in-service date of its long-delayed pipe from West Virginia to Virginia to early June from the prior target of "prior to June 1".

Piñon Midstream Boosts Sour Gas Capacity by 50% in Delaware Basin

Piñon Midstream has announced a significant increase in its sour gas treating capacity and an expansion of its infrastructure in the Delaware Basin.

Phillips 66 to Acquire Pinnacle Midland for $550 Million

Pinnacle's assets include the Dos Picos natural gas complex with a processing capacity of 220 million cubic feet per day (MMcf/d), and 80 miles of pipelines.

Case Study: Risk Management for Valve Rupture Mitigation in Pipeline Operations

Discover how a U.S. transmission pipeline operator collaborated with Dynamic Risk to conduct a comprehensive risk analysis for valve rupture mitigation. Learn how geospatial data and advanced analytics were utilized to prioritize high-consequence areas and optimize risk management strategies.

Spotlight on Marcellus: Prolific Gas Play Keeps Rolling as Caution Persists

At the end of the first quarter of 2024, with natural gas prices depressed, the prolific Marcellus Shale gas play rolled along, albeit at a slower pace than usual with some producers cutting back production in March with a wait-and-see attitude toward prices.

TC Energy to Appeal Delaware Court's $200 Million Liability Ruling in Columbia Pipeline Acquisition Lawsuit

TC Energy said it strongly disagrees with the final decision issued on May 15 by the Delaware Chancery Court, which allocated liability for previously determined damages in an ongoing class-action lawsuit related to its 2016 acquisition of Columbia Pipeline Group Inc.

Putin Suggests Potential for Oil Pipeline Alongside Planned Gas Link to China

Russia could deliver oil as well as gas to China along a planned route via Mongolia, President Vladimir Putin said on Friday. The project has taken on added urgency for Russia as it bids to ramp up gas shipments to China to make up for the collapse of its exports to Europe because of the war in Ukraine.

Williams Confident Louisiana Gas Pipeline Project Won't Be Halted by Rival Energy Transfer's Bid

The two companies have been in dispute over Williams' Louisiana Energy Gateway (LEG) Project, under construction in Texas and Louisiana, after Energy Transfer pushed back on the line for crossing its own systems.

TC Energy Ordered by Canada's Energy Regulator to Further Reduce Pressure on Gas Pipeline

The Canada Energy Regulator has issued an order to TC Energy's NOVA Gas Transmission Ltd. to further reduce the operating pressure for the Grande Prairie Mainline gas pipeline near Edson, Alberta.