Pinnacle Midstream II LLC’s Dos Picos processing plant will respond to increased gas production in the short term, but the world is expected to demand even more over the long term.
A majority of Americans favor pipelines and the intensity of that support is increasing, said AOPL President and CEO Andy Black during this wide-ranging discussion on pipeline safety, cybersecurity threats and what canceling a pipeline means for the environment.
The new pipeline in the south will start in Tuxpan in the Mexican state of Veracruz and run by sea to link with the Mayakan pipeline in the states of Campeche and Tabasco.
PGNiG, Poland’s biggest gas company, signed a 20-year agreement for LNG supples with Sempra in 2018, as part of its bigger plan to cut reliance on gas imports from Russia.
The Shell agreements mark the third deal Tellurian has finalized in 10 weeks, totaling 9 mtpa, which Tellurian said is nearly all the capacity of the proposed 27.5-mtpa Driftwood LNG export facility’s first two plants.
Construction of the gas processing facility in Midland County, Texas, initiates Phase II development of Pinnacle Midstream’s Dos Picos System in the Midland Basin.
Mariner East transports liquids from the Marcellus/Utica shale in western Pennsylvania to customers in the state and elsewhere, including international exports from Energy Transfer’s Marcus Hook complex.
The Canadian province of Quebec on July 21 rejected a LNG export project for the Port of Saguenay, citing environmental concerns, in the latest blow to North American LNG development.
The project is expected to reduce natural gas flaring in the Bakken region by allowing producers to move more gas to market, says MDU Resources President and CEO David L. Goodin.