Construction

New Cogent Pipeline to Connect Processing Complex to GCX

Cogent Midstream said it plans to build a new 400 MMcf/d pipeline to deliver residue gas from its Big Lake Natural Gas Processing Complex in the Midland Basin to the Gulf Coast Express Pipeline (GCX).

Rangeland Plans Crude Gathering Project in Alberta

Rangeland Midstream Canada plans to design, construct and operate new crude oil and condensate pipelines in the Marten Hills region of north central Alberta.

Trans-Adriatic Pipeline Crosses Rocky Mountains of Albanian

The Trans-Adriatic Pipeline (TAP) crossed the rocky mountains of Albania, putting it on track to start delivering gas to Europe next year.

South Dakota Governor Defends Pipeline Protest Legislation

South Dakota’s governor and attorney general are asking a federal judge to throw out a lawsuit challenging a new law that aims to prevent disruptive demonstrations against the Keystone XL pipeline if it’s built.

Finland-Estonia Balticconnector Gas Flows Estimate Set

The Balticconnector pipeline, which is due to start operation early next year, will begin with a capacity of between 97 MMcf and 133 MMcf per day from Estonia to Finland, Estonian partner Elering said.

Nearly Half of Nord Stream 2 Pipelaying Complete

As American politicians seek sanctions and Denmark debates route approval, construction of the Nord Stream 2 pipeline has moved steadily ahead. By mid-May, more than 745 miles (1,200 km) of pipe — about half the total length of Nord Stream 2 — had been laid in the Baltic Sea, company officials confirmed.

$1.6 Billion Liberty Pipeline Construction to Proceed Under Phillips 66, Bridger JV

Phillips 66 and Bridger Pipeline announced that they are proceeding with construction of the $1.6 billion Liberty Pipeline from the Rockies and Bakken production areas to Cushing, Okla.

Phillips 66, Plains Sanction $2.5 Billion Red Oak Pipeline System

Plains All American Pipeline and Phillips 66 announced they will proceed with construction of the Red Oak Pipeline system in a new joint venture to transport crude oil from the Permian Basin and Cushing, Okla., to Houston and multiple locations along the Texas Gulf Coast.

Court Lifts Injunction Blocking Keystone XL Pipeline

An appeals court has lifted a judge's injunction that blocked construction of the Keystone XL oil pipeline from Canada to the U.S., but the developer has said it's too late to begin work this year and environmental groups vowed to keep fighting it.

$3.5 Billion Ugandan Oil Pipeline Facing Resistance

A group of 30 international and local campaign groups have petitioned two banks to abandon plans to raise funds to build an oil pipeline to export Ugandan oil, saying the project would damage local livelihoods, water resources and wildlife.

Enbridge Seeks Michigan Court Ruling on Line 5 Pipeline Deal

Enbridge said will go to court after failing to strike a deal with Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer on building an oil pipeline tunnel beneath the channel that connects Lakes Huron and Michigan.

Final Investment Decision Reached for Whistler Pipeline

MPLX LP, WhiteWater Midstream backed by First Infrastructure Capital, and a joint venture between Stonepeak Infrastructure Partners and West Texas Gas, Inc. have reached a final investment decision to move forward with the design and construction of the Whistler Pipeline after having secured sufficient firm transportation agreements with shippers.

U.S. Regulators Partially OK Cactus II Rate Structure

U.S. energy regulators partially approved the rate structure and terms of service for Plains All American Pipeline LP’s Cactus II crude and condensate line from the Permian Basin to the Corpus Christi, Texas, area.

Minnesota Court Rejects Environmental Assessment for Enbridge Line 3 Pipeline

A Minnesota court ruled on Monday that Enbridge Inc.'s environmental impact statement for replacement of its Line 3 oil pipeline is inadequate, raising the possibility of further delays.

Cheniere to Build Louisiana Sabine Pass 6 LNG Export Train

U.S. LNG company Cheniere Energy said on Monday it will build the sixth liquefaction train at its Sabine Pass LNG export terminal in Louisiana.

Sentinel Midstream Submits License Application for Deepwater Crude Oil Export Facility

Sentinel Midstream, LLC, through its subsidiary Texas GulfLink, LLC, today announced that on May 30, it submitted a license application with the U.S. Maritime Administration (MARAD) to construct and operate a deepwater crude oil export facility.

NW Natural Completes North Mist Expansion Project

NW Natural has completed its North Mist Expansion Project and begun providing no-notice storage to Portland General Electric’s Port Westward plants to balance renewable power on the grid.

McDermott Announces First Cargo from Cameron LNG Train 1

McDermott International announced that the first cargo of liquefied natural gas (LNG) has been shipped from the Cameron LNG project in Hackberry, La., marking a key step and precursor to completion of Train 1. The latest development follows the announcement of first liquid from Cameron LNG Train 1 on May 14.

Enbridge Reaffirms Commitment to Line 5 Tunnel

Enbridge Inc. says it's setting a firm deadline for completing a proposed oil pipeline tunnel beneath a key Great Lakes channel.

Tanzania and Zambia Planning $1.5 billion Oil Pipeline

Tanzania and Zambia plan to build a refined products pipeline to transport petroleum between the two countries at a cost of $1.5 billion, Tanzania’s Energy minister said on Tuesday.

Company Receives Federal Permit for Alaskan Pipeline Project

A company seeking to develop a large oil project on Alaska’s North Slope has won a key federal permit.

Saudi Aramco Inks 20-year Deal with Sempra for LNG Supply

Saudi Aramco signed a 20-year agreement to buy LNG from a forthcoming export terminal in Texas that U.S.-based Sempra Energy is developing, the two companies said on Wednesday.

U.S. Asks Supreme Court for More Time on Atlantic Coast Appeal

The U.S. Solicitor General asked the Supreme Court on Wednesday to extend the time the government has to file a petition in an appeal of a circuit court decision preventing Dominion Energy Inc from building the Atlantic Coast natural gas pipeline across the Appalachian Trail in Virginia.

Bulgaria Building 100 Mile Gas Pipeline to End Full Reliance on Russia

Bulgaria has started building a $268 million gas pipeline with Greece that will end the Balkan country's total dependence on Russian gas and help diversify supplies in southeastern Europe.

Permit Denied for 24-Mile Underwater Pipeline by New York Regulators

State environmental regulators denied a water quality permit for a 24-mile (39-kilometer) underwater pipeline from New Jersey to Queens that backers say is crucial for meeting rising demand for natural gas in New York City and Long Island.

U.S. Senators Planning Legislation Against Nord Stream 2

A group of Republican and Democratic U.S. senators will introduce legislation as soon as Tuesday seeking sanctions targeting the Nord Stream 2, a gas pipeline from Russia to Germany under fire from the United States and some European Union countries.

Potential Permitting Delays Could Raise Line 3 Costs

Enbridge Inc, Canada's largest pipeline operator, said on Friday there is a risk its Line 3 replacement project could exceed its previous cost estimate of C$9 billion ($6.71 billion) because of delays to permits in the United States.

Baltic Pipeline Project to Carry Norwegian Gas to Eastern Europe

By Nicholas Newman, Contributing Editor Danish gas transmission operator Energinet and Polish gas transmission operator GAZ-System are jointly planning a new bidirectional transnational pipeline, linking the Norwegian North Sea offshore gas fields with markets in both Denmark and Poland. Sourc..

Trump Administration Will Complete New Keystone XL Environmental Review

U.S. government attorneys say the Trump administration plans to finish a new environmental review of the Keystone XL oil pipeline from Canada even if a federal appeals court throws out a lawsuit that blocked the project.

Norway-Poland Gas Link on Track for 2022

The Baltic Pipe project linking Norwegian natural gas fields to markets in Denmark and Poland is on track for completion by October 2022, Polish Foreign Minister Jacek Czaputowicz said.