In theory, Equitrans Midstream’s Mountain Valley Pipeline has the potential to open new markets for Marcellus and Utica shale producers but downstream constraints may mean it runs below half of its 2 Bcf/d, at least initially.
TotalEnergies SE’s (NYSE: TTE) CEO Patrick Pouyanné said the French company was committed to growing its LNG business and its growing U.S. position, part of the second wave of U.S. LNG projects, is key to that strategy.
Midstream giant Enterprise Products Partners is boosting its gas processing and NGL production capacity in the Permian Basin.
Phase 2 of Sempra Infrastructure’s Port Arthur LNG would add two liquefaction trains with an LNG liquefaction capacity of 13 mtpa.
Despite public opposition from some investors, Magellan Midstream Partners shareholders OK’d a $18.8 billion merger with midstream player ONEOK Inc., but analysts and investors still have questions about the deal.
Enbridge will only consider expanding its Mainline pipeline capacity once the Canadian government-owned Trans Mountain expansion (TMX) project begins operations.
Feedgas flows to Freeport LNG, the second-largest U.S. LNG exporter, dropped sharply over the weekend and remained down for the third day in a row on Sept. 11.
Diamondback will retain a 30% equity interest in Deep Blue and receive approximately $500 million in upfront cash proceeds, with the potential for more cash proceeds.
More long money is entering the multi-million-acre Powder River Basin, proving early entrants’ potential from the stacked pay.
Enbridge said it would buy multiple companies from Dominion Energy that will forge the company in North America’s largest gas utility, ultimately delivering more than 9 Bcf/d of gas to approximately 7 million customers.
Rangeland Energy is selling a pipeline system in north central Alberta to a Canadian midstream player. But Rangeland plans to continue investing in Canadian midstream opportunities in the future.
Western Midstream said it would purchase Meritage Midstream’s Powder River Basin assets, including gas gathering and an NGL pipeline, for $885 million cash.
AltaGas said it will acquire Tidewater’s Pipestone Natural Gas Processing Plant Phase 1 and II expansion projects; an adjacent natural gas storage facility; a truck-in/truck-out terminal; and associated gathering pipeline systems.