Investment , Crude Oil , Shale Plays , Tankers , Storage , Construction , Pipelines

Max Midstream to Develop New US Crude Export Hub Following Acquisition from Oaktree

The revitalized terminal is not only expected to connect the Port of Calhoun to both the Eagle Ford and Permian basins but also create more than 1,000 jobs in the Lone Star State, Max Midstream President Todd Edwards says.

September 24, 2020

Infrastructure , Shale Plays , Construction , Pipelines

Mountain Valley Seeks OK to Restart Construction of Appalachia Gas Pipeline

Equitrans started construction of the Mountain Valley pipeline in February 2018 designed to deliver 2 Bcf/d of natural gas from the Marcellus and Utica shale.

September 24, 2020

Natural Gas liquids (NGL) , Midstream , Construction , Pipelines

Midstream Projects Update: Is 2020 Over Yet?

On the Gulf Coast, storage facilities and pipelines are moving forward. Elsewhere, COVID-19 and the courts are causing headaches.

September 24, 2020

International , Infrastructure , Construction , Pipelines

Newspaper: Germany Offered to Build LNG Terminals to Avert US Sanctions

German finance minister made the offer in early August, before the sanctions were imposed.

September 16, 2020

Construction , Pipelines

Energy Transfer Projects Expanded DAPL to Operate in late 2021

The project, engaged in a court fight, would double capacity of the pipeline.

September 9, 2020

Shale Plays , Construction , Pipelines

Enterprise Cancels Midland-to-Echo 4 Pipeline Project

Amended agreements allow the company to move reduced volumes of Permian crude on existing pipelines.

September 9, 2020

Business , Infrastructure , Construction , Pipelines

Midstream Business: Construction, Courts and the Future

Dominion Energy and Duke Energy canceled their $8 billion Atlantic Coast Pipeline project on July 5. One day later, a judge ordered the Dakota Access Pipeline to shut down. Even in a profoundly difficult year like 2020, these were tough days. But is the outlook for the midstream sector as bleak as it seemed at midyear? Perhaps not.

September 9, 2020

Policy & Regulations , Construction , Pipelines

No Nord Stream 2? No Problem for Germany, Economists say

Canceling the project would create a legal mess and higher costs but nothing Germany couldn’t handle, say experts.

September 8, 2020

International , Infrastructure , Construction , Pipelines

Navalny Poisoning adds Pressure for Germany to Rethink Nord Stream 2

Germany politicians demand a tough response from Merkel to the attempted murder of the Kremlin critic.

September 3, 2020