Delfin is one of a dozen or so North American LNG export projects that delayed decisions to start construction in 2020 and 2021 in part because coronavirus demand destruction.
Ajay Bakshani, co-author of East Daley’s annual Dirty Little Secrets midstream outlook, discusses the expectations for $90 billion in free cash flow and why ‘midstream can really do it all in the next few years.’
Michigan ordered the pipeline to shut down by May this year, which Enbridge ignored, and the two sides are embroiled in a legal battle over Line 5’s fate.
Cheniere asked FERC in a filing late on Dec. 7 to extend the amount of time it has to put Stage 3 into service until June 2027.
The $8 billion Jordan Cove export plant in Oregon is one of several North American LNG projects that have been canceled or delayed over the past year.
Governor Gretchen Whitmer said in a statement that she still opposes Enbridge Inc.’s Line 5 oil pipeline, a 59-year-old oil pipeline delivering crude and refined products from Superior, Wisconsin, to Sarnia, Ontario, via Michigan.
Double E is one of several gas pipelines to enter service this year in the Permian Basin, the biggest shale oil region in the U.S., and should help operators in the region continue to reduce gas flaring.
Cut off from capital, these projects are needed in a world at risk of stumbling badly through the energy transition.