Pipelines

Dominion makes another request for FERC review start

Source: 
The Associated Press

Days after Dominion Resources announced it had requested the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission start review of the Atlantic Coast Pipeline it is proposing to bring natural gas to the Southeast, the company said it had also started the ball rolling to get approval to connect its transmission facilities to the pipeline, The Associated Press reports.

IPO for Antero Midstream brings $1 billion

Source: 
Bloomberg

In its initial public offering, gas pipeline operator Antero Midstream Partners LP sold 40 million shares at $25 apiece, raising $1 billion, Bloomberg reports.

Dominion files with FERC to start Atlantic Coast Pipeline process

Source: 
The Associated Press

Dominion Resources has filed papers with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, asking for a start to the review process for the proposed 550-mile natural gas Atlantic Coast Pipeline, The Associated Press reports.

Northern Border assessing interest in Bakken gas pipeline

Source: 
Platts

Northern Border Pipeline, planning a 64-mile connection to the Tioga processing plant owned by Hess that can handle up to 295,000 million cubic feet of natural gas a day, has declared an open season through Nov. 26 to attract non-binding commitments, Platts reports.

Major step forward for Constitution pipeline at FERC

Source: 
FuelFix

The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission staff has cleared the Constitution pipeline on its environmental impact, leaving Commissioners to make the final decision on the project, which is intended to add some 650 million cubic feet of natural gas capacity in New York and New England, FuelFix reports.

Crestwood to seek binding contracts for New England pipeline

Source: 
FuelFix

Crestwood Midstream Partners says it will start seeking binding contracts in November for its proposed 30-mile MARC II natural gas pipeline in New England, having attracted nonbinding commitments for 700 million cubic feet per day already, FuelFix reports.

Kinder Morgan posts strong third quarter on pipelines, terminals

Source: 
Reuters

Kinder Morgan Energy Partners, the largest U.S. pipeline company, posted a third-quarter profit of $976 million on strong performance from pipelines and terminals, up from $697 million in the same period last year, Reuters reports.

Texas firm, Pemex to develop cross-border pipeline

Source: 
FuelFix

Texas-based NuStar energy and Mexico's Petroleos Mexicanos today announced plans to build a cross-border pipeline to carry liquefied gas and refined fuels into Mexico, with plans to operate in late 2016, FuelFix reports.

Oil

Targa buying Atlas Pipeline, Atlas Energy

HOUSTON (AP) — Targa Resources is buying Atlas Pipeline Partners and Atlas Energy in a deal valued at close to $6 billion, creating a huge energy transportation and storage company.

Targa Resources Partners LP, based in Houston, will pay $4 billion and assume $1.8 billion in debt for Atlas Pipeline. Each Atlas Pipeline unitholder will receive 0.5846 units of Targa Resources Partners and a one-time cash payment of $1.26 per Atlas Pipeline unit for total consideration of $38.66 per Atlas Pipeline unit.

New $3.7B gas line proposed for Ala., Ga., Fla.

ATLANTA (AP) — A proposal to build a $3.7 billion pipeline system carrying natural gas into Florida is raising complaints from Georgia residents — including media mogul Ted Turner — who say they'd face environmental costs while others get the benefits.

Spectra Energy Partners LP and NextEra Energy Inc. are seeking federal permission to build the Sabal Trail and the Florida Southeast Connection, about 600 miles of pipeline bringing natural gas from a hub in Alabama, across southwest Georgia and to power plants in Florida. If approved by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, the system would start operating in mid-2017.

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