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TC Energy to Buy Rest of TC PipeLines in $1.48 Billion Deal

TC Energy has agreed to purchase the remainder of natural gas pipeline operator TC PipeLines in a deal valued at $1.48 billion.

Artera Completes Purchase of Otis Eastern Service

Artera Services has completed its previously announced acquisition of Otis Eastern.

Frontier Aspen Announces Binding Open Season

Frontier Aspen has announced a binding open season on a proposed expansion of its Wyoming-Utah oil pipeline.

Black Bear Transmission Sells Ozark Natural Gas Gathering Assets to Undisclosed Buyer

Black Bear Transmission has sold all the assets owned by Ozark Gas Gathering to an undisclosed buyer, six months after acquiring them from Enbridge.

Noble Energy Shareholders Approve $4.2 Billion Sale to Chevron

Shareholders of Noble Energy approved the company's $4.2 billion sale to Chevron on Friday making Chevon the second-largest shale producer in the U.S.

NGL Energy Partners Announces Commissioning of Poker Lake Express Pipeline

NGL Energy Partners has commissioned it's Poker Lake Express produced water pipeline.

GridLiance Announces Agreement to Be Acquired by NextEra Energy Transmission

U.S. pipeline operator GridLiance has agreed to be acquired by NextEra Energy.

Colonial Pipeline Completes Acquisition of Refined Product Terminals

Colonial Pipeline Company has completed the acquisition of three refined product terminals from Lincoln Terminal Company.

Denmark Approves Nord Stream 2 Pipeline

Danish energy regulators have approved construction and operation of Russia's Nord Stream 2 pipeline, removing one of the largest remaining obstacles to the project.

Inter Pipeline to Acquire Milk River Pipeline System

Inter Pipeline has agreed to acquire the Milk River Pipeline System from Plains All American.

Australia's Santos Wins State Green Light for $2.6 Billion Gas Project

The Australian state of New South Wales on Wednesday approved a long-delayed $2.6 billion (A$3.6 billion) gas project being developed by Santos.

Illinois Regulators Approve Report on Condition of Chicago Gas Distribution Network

Regulators in Illinois have agreed with the conclusion of a report that found a natural gas distribution network replacement program in Chicago from Peoples Gas will increase public and customer safety.

Trump Issues Permit for Alaska to Alberta Oil Railway

President Trump has issued a presidential permit for a proposed railway project that would transport crude oil from Canadian oil sands in Alberta to export facilities in Alaska.

U.S. Pipeline Companies Hit by Weak Demand Offer Enticements to Keep Shippers

U.S. pipeline companies hit hard by the drop in global demand for oil due to the coronavirus pandemic are offering new shipping terms to producers to keep using their pipelines.

Indigenous Activists Occupy Petroperu Pipeline Facilities Over Healthcare Demands

A pipeline owned by Peruvian oil company Petroperu has been occupied by indigenous protests demanding better healthcare from the government, the company said on Tuesday.

Azerbaijan's SOCAR Says Oil and Gas Infrastructure is Safe

State-owned Azeri energy firm SOCAR said on Tuesday that the country's oil and gas infrastructure was safe from the current military conflict taking place in the Nagorno-Karabakh region.

Jemena Reveals Plans to Extend Eastern Gas Pipeline

Australian pipeline firm Jemena has announced plans to extend its 500-mile Eastern Gas Pipeline.

Port Arthur Pipeline Announces Binding Open Season for Additional Capacity on Texas Connector Project

A component of Sempra LNG has launched an open season to solicit interest for capacity on a proposed pipeline to connect its proposed Port Arthur LNG facility to connecting pipelines and transport hubs.

MPLX Announces Binding Open Season, Expansion of SLC Pipeline System

Marathon Petroleum's midstream division has launched a binding open season for a proposed expansion of its SLC Pipeline System.

Venezuela's PDVSA to Sell Crude to Iran — Source

According to sources, Venezuela state-owned oil firm PDVSA is preparing to sell a cargo of crude oil to Iran, under threat of U.S. sanctions.

East Mediterranean States Formally Establish Egypt-Based Gas Forum

Six Mediterranean countries signed a charter on Tuesday to formally establish a group that seeks to boost natural gas exports from the region.

TC Energy CEO to Retire End of the Year

TC Energy announced on Monday that the company's CEO of 10 years, Russ Girling will step down at the end of the year.

Norway to Spend $1.8 Billion on World's First Full-Scale CCS Chain

Norway has agreed to finance nearly $2 billion for what could be the world's first full-scale carbon capture and storage project.

Dakota Access Flows Safe Through 2020 — Court Schedule

The Dakota Access pipeline will be able to continue flows until late December 2020 at the earliest, according to a federal court schedule released last week.

Global LNG Demand to Rise for Next Few Decades, COVID Temporary Blip — Industry

Industry executives believe the global demand for LNG will continue to rise in the next several decades due to growing economies in Asia, with the coronavirus pandemic being a temporary setback.

Pandemic to Trim China's 2020 Gas Demand Growth — Report

Natural gas consumption in China is expected to grow at the slowest rate in five years according to a new report released by Beijing.

Lower Canada-U.S. Crude Flows Draws Down on Cushing Glut

Weakened crude oil flows from Canada to Cushing, Oklahoma have helped drawdown on a surplus of fuel at a major industry storage hub over the past two weeks, according to industry traders.

Sempra Says 6 Weeks Until Cameron LNG Plant in Full Service

Sempra Energy said it expects its Cameron LNG plant in Louisiana to be back in full service in six weeks after Hurricane Laura caused major power outages in the area.

PowerChina Eyes Rail Project to Transport Oil and Gas From Argentina's Vaca Muerta

Chinese energy firm PowerChina is in talks to finance a rail project to transport oil and gas from Argentina's Vaca Muerta shale play to the port city of Bahia Blanca,

U.S. Gas Futures Fall to 6-Week Low on Big Storage Build

U.S. natural gas futures fell nearly 10% to a 6-week low on Thursday as utilities injected more LNG than expected into storage.