The Canadian LNG industry has been slower than its U.S. counterpart to take advantage of soaring gas demand around the world and build export plants, in part due to securing feedstock supplies for the terminals.
The acquisition of Haynesville gas gathering assets from Momentum Midstream and Indigo Natural Resources “checks all of our boxes,” DTE Energy CEO says.
Under the agreement, Bison will exclusively manage all of Chaparral's produced water infrastructure and water hauling logistics within a roughly 1.9 million-acre dedicated area in Oklahoma.
A gap is emerging in the U.S. LNG industry as big players such as Exxon Mobil and Cheniere Energy race ahead to build export terminals without new long-term contracts.
Woodland plans to invest additional capital into James Lake to accomplish multiple plant optimization and emissions reduction focused projects. Woodland also plans to enhance and expand James Lake’s condensate and liquids handling business.
Enterprise has negotiated terms for a fixed-cost Engineering, Procurement and Construction contract with S&B Engineers and Constructors, Ltd. (S&B) to build PDH 2.
DCP Midstream has been one of the top gas processors and NGL producers in the U.S. for more than a decade. Following the price downturn several years ago, the company has been focused on a “relaunch” dubbed DCP 2.0.
The project also includes about 420 kilometers of water, gas gathering and other pipelines, 120 TJ per day of additional compression, 670 kilometers of power lines, 25 kilometers of fiber optic cables and a new water-handling facility for irrigation.
The Stone Mountain cryogenic processing plant has capacity of 25,000 Mcf/d with a pipeline connection to the Stone Mountain liquids terminal.