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ExxonMobil to Cut up to 300 Jobs in Canada

ExxonMobil said Wednesday that it plans to eliminate up to 300 jobs in Canada by the end of 2021 as part of its ongoing efforts to lower costs. It said the global pandemic has increased the urgency of its cutbacks.

Enbridge Sues Michigan Over Oil Pipeline Shutdown Order

Enbridge filed a legal challenge to Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer's recent demand that the company shut down its Line 5 oil pipeline that crosses the waterway connecting Lake Huron and Lake Michigan.

Corps of Engineers Grants Final Federal Permit for Enbridge Line 3

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers approved the final federal permit for Enbridge Energy's planned Line 3 crude oil pipeline replacement across northern Minnesota, bringing the project a step closer to construction.

Max Midstream Announces Binding Open Season

Max Midstream Texas announced it is launching an open season to solicit shipper commitments for services in the Eagle Ford region on its Seahawk crude oil pipeline.

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Minnesota Approves Enbridge Line 3 Pipeline Project

Minnesota regulators approved Enbridge's $2.6 billion Line 3 pipeline replacement project, clearing one of the last remaining hurdles for U.S. construction to begin.

Callahan Pipeline Completed in Northeast Florida

Affiliates of Chesapeake Utilities and TECO Peoples Gas have completed the 27-mile Callahan Intrastate pipeline, underpinning natural gas service expansion in two Florida counties.

WhiteWater, MPLX Substantially Complete Agua Blanca Expansion

WhiteWater Midstream and MPLX announced the substantial completion of their Agua Blanca pipeline system expansion, which is expected to be in full service in early 2021.

Energy Transfer Sues North Dakota for Return of Documents

Dakota Access Pipeline developer Energy Transfer is suing for the return of thousands of documents held by North Dakota, saying the disclosure of those records could present a security risk.

Enbridge Aims to Drastically Cut Carbon Footprint

Canada's largest pipeline operator, Enbridge, set emissions reduction targets, hoping to be a net zero emitter of greenhouse gases by 2050.

Italy's Snam Takes First Steps into India with Hydrogen, Gas Deals

Italian gas group Snam has taken its first steps into India by signing a series of deals involving hydrogen and low-carbon mobility projects, the company said.

Centurion Group Awarded Keystone XL Contract

Alberta-based Centurion Group announced that it has been awarded a contract for right-of-way work on a significant U.S. portion of the Keystone XL Pipeline.

Freeport LNG Loads 100th Cargo

Freeport LNG today announced that it has loaded its 100th LNG cargo, which departed from Freeport LNG's terminal on Saturday.

Dresser NGS Expands Product Line with Acquisition of Flow Safe

Dresser Natural Gas Solutions has acquired Flow Safe in a move that enables the Houston-based measurement and instrumentation provider to offer over-pressure protection for its natural gas customers.

Shell Midstream's Revenue Slides During Active Storm Season

Shell Midstream Partners said third-quarter revenues took a $10 million hit during hurricane season, which is likely to cause more financial damage through the end of the year.

Russia's Gazprom Seeks More Capacity to Transport Gas Through Ukraine — Naftogaz

The head of Ukraine's state natural gas firm Naftogaz said Russia's Gazprom has approached them seeking to book more transport capacity on its natural gas pipelines to Europe.

Produced Water Spills from Husky Energy Oil Pipeline

A produced water spill was discovered during a routine inspection on a Husky Energy oil pipeline in northwestern Alberta on Monday.

Exxon to Cut 14,000 Jobs as Pandemic Hits Oil Demand

Exxon announced on Thursday that it would cut its global workforce by about 15% or about 14,000 jobs as the coronavirus pandemic has continued to suppress oil demand around the world.

TC Energy Sees Higher Costs for Coastal Gaslink Pipeline

TC Energy told investors on Thursday that it expects the cost for its Coastal Gaslink Pipeline in British Columbia to rise compared to previous estimates due to increased scope, permitting delays, and impacts from the pandemic.

China's Sinopec Completes Qingdao-Nanjing Gas Pipeline Construction

China's Sinopec announced on Tuesday it had completed construction of a natural gas pipeline connecting the Qingdao LNG terminal to Nanjing city in the Jiangsu province.

EQT Corp to Buy Chevron Appalachian Assets, Pipeline Stake, for $735 Million

EQT announced it has agreed to purchase assets from Chevron in the Appalachian basin, including a stake in Laurel Mountain Midstream, for $735 million.

Enterprise Crude Pipeline Transport Volumes Drop Over 26% on Oil Price Plunge

Enterprise Products reported on Wednesday that crude volumes on its pipelines fell 26.1% as lower fuel demand caused by the coronavirus pandemic forced producers to slash output.

TC Energy to Begin Construction on NGTL Expansion Project

TC Energy has received approval from the Canadian government for its 2021 NOVA Gas Transmissions Ltd. (NGTL) System Expansion Project.

Cenovus Energy to Cut Up to 25% of Combined Workforce After Husky Deal — Companies

Cenovus Energy announced on Tuesday plans to cut between 20 and 25% of its workforce once it finalizes the acquisition of Husky Energy.

DTE Energy to Spin Off Gas Pipeline Business

Michigan utility DTE Energy announced on Tuesday it is spinning off its gas pipeline business into a publicly-traded company.

Canada's Cenovus to Buy Husky for $2.9 Billion

Canada's Cenovus Energy has agreed to purchase Husky Energy for nearly $3 billion as the industry is forced to consolidate amid the pandemic continues to suppress demand.

Judge: Michigan Regulator Can Evaluate Enbridge Pipeline Tunnel Plan

A Michigan judge ruled on Friday that a state regulatory agency has some authority to evaluate Enbridge's Line 5 pipeline tunnel plans, but should not consider broader implications of the pipeline's contribution to climate change in its evaluation.

IEnova Expects Mexican Export Permit for Costa Azul LNG This Year

IEnova, a unit of Sempra Energy, still expects to receive a permit from Mexico for its Costa Azul LNG export facility by the end of the year.

Gulf Energy Information Introduces Hydrogen Data with New Platform

Gulf Energy Information has launched Global Energy Infrastructure (GEI), a comprehensive dataset covering projects across the energy industry.

Brooge Energy Begins Preconstruction Work on Phase III Oil Storage Facility

Oil storage firm Brooge Energy has begun preconstruction work on Phase III of its storage facility outside the Straight of Hormuz in the United Arab Emirates.