Expansion

Midcoast’s CJ Express Pipeline Expansion Improves Gathering Capabilities

The CJ Express pipeline expansion project added pipeline and compression to Midcoast Energy’s gathering system in East Texas when it came in service last month, a spokesman said.

Feasibility Analysis for Gazprom’s Soyuz Vostok Gas Pipeline Project Approved

The feasibility analysis regarding the construction project for the Soyuz Vostok gas trunkline was approved Monday, Gazprom announced.

Natural Gas Pipeline Projects Increase U.S. Transportation Capacity

From November 2020 through January 2021, approximately 4.4 billion cubic feet per day (Bcf/d) of new natural gas pipeline capacity entered service, EIA reported.

Pipelines at Heart of Bangladesh’s $453 Million Gas Project

Bangladesh’s government has undertaken an expensive gas infrastructure project with two goals: efficiency in gas production is to be improved and gas transmission pipeline capacity is to be extended.

Agua Blanca Pipeline Expansion in Service Ahead of Schedule

WhiteWater Midstream announced that the Agua Blanca pipeline system expansion has entered commercial service. The 1.8 billion cubic-feet-per-day (Bcf/d) expansion of Agua Blanca will deliver gas from across the Delaware Basin to the Waha hub.

Canada's Trans Mountain Pipeline Assumes Greater Importance After KXL's Demise

Trans Mountain Corp, a government corporation, is spending C$12.6 billion ($9.9 billion) to nearly triple capacity to 890,000 barrels per day (bpd), a 14% increase from current total Canadian capacity.

U.S. Set for Record Canadian Oil Imports Even Without Keystone XL

Even without Keystone, the United States now relies on Canada for more than half of its imported oil. Several of the lines carrying that crude are in the midst of expansions.

Canada Regulators Support NOVA’s Edson Pipeline Expansion

The Commission of the Canada Energy Regulator (CER) has recommended federal cabinet approval of NOVA Gas Transmission (NGTL) Edson Mainline Expansion Project, which includes the construction and operation of 53 miles (85 km) of natural gas pipeline loops in two sections, along with the associated facilities.

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Open Grid Europe Looks to Operate Gas Pipeline in March   Source: Zeelink Open Grid Europe is testing the recently completed $705 million (600 million euro) Zeelink gas pipeline with plans to make it operational, possibly as early as March 2021.   The 134..

NG Energy to Evaluate Formations in Maria Conchita Field

After NG Energy International Corp. successfully drilled a well on the Maria Conchita block, where there is now a pipeline being built to deliver natural gas, NGE’s technical team and external consultants recently finalized a study to evaluate the formations in the Maria Conchita field as a whole.

Calhoun Port Expanding, Connecting to Gray Oak Pipeline

Max Midstream and the Calhoun Port Authority announced that the expansion of the Calhoun Port will begin this year. Max also announced that it reached an agreement with Phillips 66 to connect the Gray Oak pipeline to the Calhoun Port.

TC Energy Launches Open Season to Add 80,000 bpd to Keystone Pipeline System

TC Energy is soliciting binding commitments for crude oil transportation services on the Keystone Pipeline System from Hardisty, Alberta to Patoka, Illinois, to add up to 80,000 barrels per day of capacity to the system.

North America Should Have Maximum Share of Trunk, Transmission Pipelines by 2024, Report Shows

In North America, there are currently 1,243 active and suspended pipelines operating with a total length of 874,064 km. The region is expected to witness a total length addition of 25,335 km, representing 22% of the total global length additions.

Azerbaijan Starts Gas Exports to Russia-Dominated European Market

Azerbaijan has started commercial natural gas supplies to Europe via the Trans Adriatic Pipeline (TAP), the energy ministry said , beginning its push into the lucrative energy market dominated by Russia.

New Terminal Loads Initial VLCC Tanker with Crude Oil

Buckeye Partners said crude oil export operations began at the second deepwater dock at South Texas Gateway (STG), a new facility constructed at the mouth of the Corpus Christi Ship Channel in Ingleside, Texas.

Enterprise, Navigator Begin Service on Ship Channel Ethylene Tank

Enterprise Products Partners and Navigator Holdings began service has begun on a 30,000-ton refrigerated ethylene storage tank at the ethylene export terminal, which is owned 50/50 by affiliates of the two companies.

Williams Projects Go In-Service Early as 2020 Ends

Williams said early in-service capacity was achieved for three of its gas expansion projects. Projects going online in the fourth quarter were Transco’s Leidy South and Southeastern Trail, along with the Bluestem Pipeline.

Canadian Indigenous Deal with Keystone XL Took Years, Aims for Long-Term Wealth

TC Energy Corp's sale of a C$1 billion ($769 million) stake in Keystone XL to a Canadian indigenous group followed more than three years of pressure from a tiny Saskatchewan First Nation that demanded part ownership of the long-delayed oil pipeline.

Canada Regulators Support NOVA's Edson Pipeline Expansion

The Commission of the Canada Energy Regulator has recommended federal cabinet approval of NOVA Gas Transmission Ltd.'s Edson Mainline Expansion Project.

Canadian Indigenous Group to Invest in Keystone XL Pipeline

Pipeline operator TC Energy said on Tuesday Canadian indigenous group Natural Law Energy will invest up to C$1 billion ($763.77 million) in its long-delayed Keystone XL oil pipeline project.

Environmental Groups Appeal Illinois Approval of DAPL Expansion

Environmental groups are appealing a decision made last month by Illinois regulators to allow the expansion of the Dakota Access oil pipeline (DAPL), according to documents filed with the state.

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Jemena Reveals Plans to Extend Eastern Gas Pipeline  Newcastle and the Central Coast may soon be integrated further into Australia’s East Coast gas grid with leading energy infrastructure company, Jemena, today revealing plans to extend its 495-mile (797-km) Eastern Gas Pipeline (EGP) from Horsley ..

DAPL's Future Uncertain as Biden Presidency Looms

The election of Democrat Joseph Biden could create more headaches for the Dakota Access Pipeline's (DAPL) owners, who are already embroiled in legal battles to keep the main conduit for flowing oil out of North Dakota running.

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.

Azerbaijan to Proceed with Gas Pipeline Extension, Despite War

Azerbaijan will press ahead with plans to feed natural gas into an extended pipeline network to southern Europe, a senior official said, even as conflict rages for a sixth week in the enclave of Nagorno-Karabakh.

China to Step Up E&P, Pipeline Construction

China said it plans to step up its exploration of oil and gas, and speed up the construction of oil and gas pipelines and storage facilities, according to the official Xinhua News Agency.

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.

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.

FERC Approves Kinder Morgan Acadiana Expansion Project

The U.S. Federal Energy Regulatory Commission has approved Kinder Morgan Louisiana Pipeline’s Acadiana Project.