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Kinder Morgan’s Permian Highway Pipeline Expansion Begins Service

Kinder Morgan’s expansion added an additional 550 MMcf/d of capacity on the Permian Highway Pipeline, which runs from the Waha Hub and terminates close to Katy, Texas, where it supplies terminals along the Gulf Coast.

Appalachian Basin Awaits Pipeline Connections to the Gulf Coast

A close look at the Appalachian midstream capacity picture shows some opportunities that producers can exploit now and in the future.

NGL Energy Partners Launch Open Season for Grand Mesa Pipeline

NGL held open seasons for the conduit in 2016 and 2021.

Midstream M&A Market May Be Ripe for the Picking

East Daley Analytics will look at factors driving market volatility in its annual “Dirty Little Secrets” webinar.

Artificial Barriers Keep World Markets Starved of Appalachia Natural Gas

Despite a massive uptick in U.S. LNG exports since 2021, the Appalachia Basin remains a sleeping giant of production as politics, protests and litigation keep billions of cubic feet of natural gas cut off from world markets.

Enbridge Weighs Open Season for Permian Crude Pipeline

Enbridge would gauge demand for increased capacity for exports at Ingleside, Texas.

US Coast Guard Says 3% of Gulf of Mexico's Daily Oil Output Remains Shut In

No new oil has been spotted since Nov. 20 from the suspected release, the U.S. Coast Guard said as it leads clean-up efforts.

Methane Emissions: A Three-pronged Regulatory Blitz

A number of regulatory forces are in motion to lower methane emissions that are going to have a profound impact on the U.S. oil and natural gas industry in the coming years.

Tailwater: Midstream Whittles Down Debt, but M&A Likely Brewing

So far this year, Midstream companies have eschewed spending cash flow on capex or M&A, but that’s likely to change as Permian players expanded out of core areas, a Tailwater Capital partner Stephen Lipscomb said.

TC Energy Receives FERC Approval for Virginia Reliability Project

The U.S. Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) approved TC Energy's Virginia Reliability Project, which would replace two existing segments of pipeline and is estimated to add over $500 million of economic value.