Expansion

Linde Doubles Capacity at La Porte Facility to Meet Rising Demand for Industrial Gases in U.S. Gulf Coast

This expansion of Linde’s production capacity will enable the company to meet growing demand for industrial gases in the U.S. Gulf Coast across an array of end markets.

LM Energy Expands New Mexico Gas Gathering System, Boosts Capacity to 500 MMcf/d

The new high-pressure pipeline will provide over 300 MMcf/d of critical delivery capacity out of New Mexico's North Carlsbad area. Upon completion, LM’s systems will consist of 150 miles of gas gathering pipelines with a total capacity of approximately 500 MMcf/d.

Panama Canal Considers Expansion to Accommodate U.S. LNG Transit Surge

The Panama Canal is in talks with U.S. LNG producers on how to meet increased demand for crossings as water levels recover after a prolonged drought, the canal's administrator Ricaurte Vasquez told Reuters in an interview.

Sempra LNG Rethinks Bechtel Pick for Cameron LNG Expansion Amid Cost Concerns, Sources Say

Sempra LNG is revisiting its selection of Bechtel to build its Cameron LNG expansion project in Louisiana due to rising construction costs, two people familiar with the matter told Reuters.

Pembina Pipeline Downplays Investment Prospects in Trans Mountain Expansion

Canada's Pembina Pipeline Corp. is not spending much time considering investment in the newly expanded Trans Mountain oil pipeline (TMX) due to uncertainty around shipping tolls, a company executive said on Friday.

Enbridge Launches Binding Open Season for 850-Mile Gray Oak Oil Pipeline

Gray Oak Pipeline LLC, a joint venture among the pipeline system's owners, has announced a binding open season to solicit shipper interest for an expansion of the Gray Oak Pipeline of up to 120,000 barrels per day.

Canada Faces Pipeline Squeeze Despite Trans Mountain Launch

As Canada's oil industry celebrates the start of the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion, some company executives and analysts are already warning that long-term production growth plans will depend on new takeaway capacity becoming available.

TC Energy's Oil Pipeline Spin-off Faces Challenges in Gulf Expansion

TC Energy's planned oil pipeline spin-off is a bet that it can supply more Canadian crude to U.S. Gulf of Mexico refiners, but the venture faces stiff competition and will carry high debt when it starts up.

Kinder Morgan-Backed Gas Pipeline Expansion Prevails in U.S. Appeals Court Decision

The Kinder Morgan-backed Evangeline Pass Expansion project would expand existing pipelines to feed more fuel to Venture Global's Plaquemines liquefied natural gas export terminal in the Gulf of Mexico.

Cenovus Energy Surpasses Profit Estimates, Eyes New Markets with Trans Mountain Pipeline Expansion

Cenovus Energy beat first-quarter profit estimates on Wednesday due to higher production and refinery throughput, and executives said the start-up of the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion would open up new markets.

Trans Mountain Pipeline Begins Operations After Years of Delays and $25 Billion Investment

After 12 years and $25 billion, Canada's Trans Mountain pipeline expansion project began commercial oil shipments on Wednesday, a major milestone expected to transform access to global markets for the country's producers.

Trans Mountain Pipeline Expansion Set to Commence Partial Operation: What Lies Ahead?

Canada's Trans Mountain pipeline expansion (TMX) is set to enter partial operation on May 1, years behind schedule and at more than four times the original cost - but with the potential to affect oil flows even outside North America.

Pipeline Projects Seen as Unlikely to Involve Western-Based Companies

(P&GJ) – Inside China, there are numerous large-scale oil and gas pipeline projects that are being built, are currently in the planning stages or have been proposed. Some of these have huge potential significance, and the situation has certainly caught the attention of Western-based companies, which hope to supply equipment, technology or services to one or more of the projects.

Baker Hughes Wins Contract for Huge Aramco Gas Expansion Project

Oilfield services provider Baker Hughes said on Tuesday it has received an order to supply equipment for the third phase of oil giant Aramco's gas network expansion project in Saudi Arabia.

Mountain Valley Pipeline Requests In-Service Approval as Completion Nears

(P&GJ) — The Mountain Valley Pipeline is on the verge of completion, with the company seeking federal approval to commence operations. Although some final touches are pending, the company has submitted a request to FERC to expedite the process and issue an order by May 23.

Japan Looks at Developing Domestic Pipelines Sector

(P&GJ) – The government of Japan will create conditions for the development of a domestic pipelines sector in years to come. It will take place through the stimulation of building new gas and other pipelines throughout the country.

TC Energy Receives FERC Approval for Northwest Xpress Gas Pipeline Expansion Despite Opposition

(P&GJ) — TC Energy's plan to expand the capacity of its Gas Transmission Northwest Express pipeline by 150 million cubic feet per day (MMcf/d) received the green light from the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission on April 16.

Surprise May Start for Trans Mountain Pipeline Expansion Leaves Analysts Puzzled

Trans Mountain's expanded oil pipeline system will start commercial operations on May 1, the Canadian government-owned company said late on Wednesday, surprising analysts with an earlier than expected commencement on the long-delayed $25.2 billion project.

Trans Mountain's Expanded Pipeline System to Begin Operations on May 1

Trans Mountain's expanded oil pipeline system will start commercial operations on May 1, the Canadian company said on Wednesday.

Court Upholds FERC's Authority in Gas Pipeline, LNG Project Deadline Extensions

(P&GJ) — A recent court ruling upheld FERC's authority to extend deadlines for approved natural gas projects, despite opposition from environmental groups. The cases in question involved the Northern Access Pipeline in Pennsylvania and the expansion of Cheniere's Corpus Christi Liquefaction LNG facility in Texas.

Trans Mountain to Finish Final Segment of Oil Pipeline Expansion in April

Trans Mountain will finish building the final segment of its Canadian oil pipeline expansion in April, according to a construction schedule the corporation filed on Monday with a regulator.

Gas Pipeline Expansion Trends Shift: Intrastate Capacity Surpasses Interstate in 2023

In a significant shift, natural gas intrastate pipeline capacity outpaced interstate additions in the United States in 2023, according to data from the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA).

Williams Plans Expansion of Gas Pipeline Network in Virginia

Pipeline operator Williams Cos. is preparing for a major expansion of its pipeline network in the Southeastern United States. This expansion will increase the capacity of the Transcontinental pipeline network, which spans approximately 10,000 miles from Texas to New York.

Enbridge Plans 120,000 bpd Expansion for Gray Oak Texas Oil Pipeline by 2025

Energy pipeline company Enbridge plans to expand capacity on its Gray Oak oil pipeline by 80,000 barrels per day (bpd) this year and could add another 40,000 bpd in 2025, an executive told Reuters on Tuesday.

Trans Mountain Pipeline Expansion to Start Oil Shipments in June, Says Alberta Premier

Line fill of Canada's Trans Mountain crude oil pipeline expansion will be complete by the end of May, with the first waterborne exports from the expanded system starting a month later, Alberta Premier Danielle Smith said on Tuesday in an interview.

Enbridge to Invest $500 Million in Pipeline Assets, Including Expansion of 850-Mile Gray Oak Pipeline

Pipeline operator Enbridge raised its short-term profit growth forecast on Wednesday and said it will invest about $500 million in expanding its pipeline and storage assets to improve its U.S. Gulf Coast presence.

MEG Energy Confirms Trans Mountain Pipeline Expansion to Begin Line Fill in April

Oil producer MEG Energy said on Friday that line fill on Canada's long-delayed Trans Mountain oil pipeline expansion would start from April.

Trans Mountain Successfully Removes Pipe from Final Expansion Section

Trans Mountain Corp., the Canadian government-owned oil pipeline company, said on Wednesday it successfully removed a pipe from the final section of an expansion project that will nearly triple the flow of crude from Alberta to the Pacific Coast.

Trans Mountain Pipeline Expects Q2 Launch, 10% Cost Increase

Trans Mountain Corp., the Canadian government-owned oil pipeline company, continues to target a second-quarter in-service date for its expansion and expects the project's cost to rise 10%, according to a filing.

Analysis: Trans Mountain Expansion May Offer Short-Term Relief for Canada's Oil Output, Long-Term Challenges Loom

Canadian oil producers expect the discount on their crude to shrink significantly when the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion starts this year, but the relief may be short-lived as surging supply looks set to exceed the country's pipeline capacity in just a few years.