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Enbridge Plans to Increase Permian Oil Pipeline’s Capacity

Midstream company Enbridge announced an open season on the Gray Oak Pipeline for a proposed 120,000 bbl/d expansion and updated its M&A efforts.

Kinetik Launches Delaware Basin M&A Valued at $1.3B

Kinetik Holdings will buy Durango Permian infrastructure for $765 million, excluding contingency payments, and sell its interests in the Gulf Coast Express pipeline to AcrLight Capital Partners for $540 million.

Kinder Morgan Exec: Don’t Count Out Midstream in M&A Frenzy

Kinder Morgan’s Allen Fore said 2024 should be an ‘interesting’ year in M&A during a discussion at DUG GAS+ Conference and Expo.

Williams CEO: Louisiana Energy Gateway Start Temporarily in Limbo

Williams CEO Alan Armstrong said the project still moving forward after hitting a snag in a dispute with Energy Transfer but lacks a definitive start date.

Enbridge Fortifies Dominant Role in Corpus Christi Crude Transport

Colin Gruending, Enbridge executive vice president and president for liquids pipelines told Hart Energy the company’s holdings in South Texas are akin to a “catcher’s mitt” for Permian and Haynesville production.

FERC Approves ONEOK Pipeline Segment Connecting Permian to Mexico

ONEOK’s Saguaro Connector Pipeline will transport U.S. gas to Mexico Pacific’s Saguaro LNG project.

Imperial Expects TMX to Tighten Differentials, Raise Heavy Crude Prices

Imperial Oil expects the completion of the Trans Mountain Pipeline expansion to tighten WCS and WTI light and heavy oil differentials and boost its access to more lucrative markets in 2024.

FERC Approves Two Pipeline Projects in Tennessee, Texas and Louisiana

FERC-approved plans for the two pipeline projects will bring natural gas to future power plants and the Gulf Coast.  

KMI Considers Expanding Capacity out of Permian

Kinder Morgan reports customers may need more space on its Gulf Coast Express by 2027.

Environmentalists Appeal Enbridge’s Michigan Pipeline Project

Enbridge won approval from a Michigan commission to replace a pipeline segment under the Great Lakes but now faces legal challenges from environmental groups.