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Enterprise Abandons Texas Pipeline Project as Oil Prices Remain Weak

Enterprise Products announced on Wednesday it is canceling its $1.1 billion Midland-Houston oil pipeline due to the collapse in oil prices from the coronavirus pandemic.

Equitrans on Track to Finish Mountain Valley Pipeline in Early 2021

Equitans Midstream said on Tuesday that it remains on track to finish its nearly $6 billion Mountain Valley natural gas pipeline by early 2021.

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Dominion Overhauls Leadership After Sale

Dominion Energy announced a reorganized executive leadership team after the cancellation of Atlantic Coast Pipeline and sale of its natural gas transmission and storage assets to an affiliate of Berkshire Hathaway.

A Clearer Picture: How Phased Array UT Delivers 3-D Results

Today’s advanced phased array UT instruments and software give technicians the computing power to transform traditional 2-D inspection data into full-color 3-D visualizations

Using Phased Array UT in Lieu of Radiography for Weld Inspections

Since its introduction in the early 2000s, phased array ultrasonic testing (UT) instruments have been embraced by NDT service providers for weld inspections in lieu of RT.

Sonatrach Reports Two Leaks on OK1 Oil Pipeline

Algerian oil company Sonatrach has reported two oil leaks from its 400-mile OK1 pipeline.

Michels Corporation Selected by TC Energy to Build Facilities on Keystone XL

Michels has been selected by TC Energy to build several pump stations along the Keystone XL pipeline.

Chevron Delays Restart of Gorgon LNG Train for Additional Repairs

Chevron is delaying the restart of Train 2 at its Gorgon LNG plant in Western Australia until October to allow for additional repairs.

San Mateo Midstream Provides Pipeline, Black River LNG Updates

San Mateo midstream provided updates on Tuesday to several of its ongoing pipeline projects as well as on the expansion of its Black River LNG plant in New Mexico.

Imperial Shuts Kearl Oil Sands Operations After Pipeline Outage

Imperial Oil announced on Wednesday it has shut production at its Kearl oil sands production site in Canada due to an outage on a third-party pipeline.

Enbridge Restores Offshore Pipelines After Hurricane Shutdown

Enbridge has restored operations on two of its offshore natural gas pipelines in the U.S. Gulf of Mexico after Hurricane Laura prompted shutdowns last week.

Texas Authorities 'Neutralize' Suspicious Package Near Pipeline Construction Site

Authorities in Texas removed a suspicious package near a construction site for Kinder Morgan's Permian Highway Pipeline on Tuesday.

Energy Transfer Announces Completion of Lone Star Express Pipeline Expansion Project

Energy Transfer has completed the expansion of its Lone Star Express natural gas liquids pipeline.

U.S. Army Engineers Encourage Settlement in Dakota Access Pipeline Litigation

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has urged the federal government to settle a dispute with North Dakota over the state's pursuit of $38 million to recover costs associated with the protests of the Dakota Access Pipeline in 2016 and 2017.

Phillips 66 Partners Announces Open Season for Gray Oak Pipeline

Gray Oak Pipeline has launched an open season to solicit transport interest on the Phillips 66 pipeline from West Texas to a new destination in Victoria, TX.

Cheniere Says no Storm Major Damage to Sabine Pass Facility, Pipelines

Cheniere Energy, the largest U.S. LNG producer, said on Monday that the company's Sabine Pass LNG facility and pipeline assets were not significantly damaged by Hurricane Laura.

Storm Knocks Out U.S. Gulf of Mexico Natural Gas Pipeline

Enbridge reported on Monday that the company's natural gas pipeline which serves four offshore production platforms in the U.S. Gulf of Mexico remained out of commission after Hurricane Laura devastated the area.

U.S. Regulator Backs Energy Transfer in Chesapeake Pipeline Dispute — Court Filing

Energy regulators sided with pipeline firm Energy Transfer in a dispute with bankrupt producer Chesapeake Energy after Chesapeake requested the cancellation of a $300 million transfer contract.

U.S. Court Rejects Bid to Halt Kinder Morgan Gas Pipeline

A judge in Austin, TX has rejected efforts by environmental groups to halt construction of Kinder Morgan's $2.3 billion Permian Highway natural gas pipeline.

Russia's Lukoil Suspends Uzbek Gas Exports to China Due to Weak Demand

An official from Russia's Lukoil said in a conference call on Friday the company has suspended gas deliveries to China from its projects in Uzbekistan due to weak demand amid the coronavirus pandemic.

Kinder Morgan Gets OK to Put Last Elba Island LNG Unit in Service

The Federal Energy Regulatory Energy Commission has granted a request from Kinder Morgan to put the final train at its Elba Island LNG plant into service.

U.S. Army Corps Asks Appeals Court to Reverse Dakota Access Ruling

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has asked a court of appeals to reverse a ruling against the Dakota Access pipeline which invalidated an environmental permit that allowed the pipeline to operate on U.S. land.

Williams Announces Goal of 56% Reduction in Carbon Emissions by 2030

Williams has announced its intention to reduce the company's carbon emissions by 56% from 2005 levels by 2030, putting it on track to achieve its net-zero emissions goal by 2050.

Pipeline Tunnel Supporters, Foes Clash Before Michigan Panel

Supporters and opponents of a tunnel to house an oil pipeline crossing the Straits of Mackinac in Michigan appeared before a regulatory panel on Monday to present their arguments.

Phillips 66 Shuts More Louisiana Facilities, Pipelines as Hurricane Approaches

Phillips 66 announced it is closing additional facilities in Louisiana in preparation of Hurricane Laura's landfall on Wednesday evening.

Investigation into Baltimore Explosion Finds Gas Utility Equipment Not to Blame

An investigation by Baltimore Gas and Electric into a recent fatal gas explosion in the city discovered that the company's pipes and equipment were not responsible for the blast.

Blackstone to Sell 40% Stake in Cheniere Limited Partnership

The Blackstone Group announced on Monday that it will sell about 40% of its stake in its limited partnership with Cheniere Energy.

Kinder Morgan Says Last Unit at Georgia Elba Island LNG Plant Ready

Kinder Morgan has asked regulators for permission to put its 10th and final train at Elba Island LNG facility in Georgia into service.

Mexico Asks Sempra to Build Second LNG Facility in Return for Approving Permit

The Mexican government has asked Sempra Energy to build a second LNG export facility in the country in return for approving a permit to build an initial facility.