The West Virginia Democrat and chair of the U.S. Senate Committee on Energy & Natural Resources supports carbon capture and dismisses any notion of eliminating fossil fuels.
Michigan state regulators rejected calls to review Enbridge’s entire Line 5 pipeline, and said it would limit the scope of its review to the four-mile section being rehoused in an underwater tunnel.
The plan to end flaring in the Permian Basin by 2025, believed to be announced by BP on April 26, includes spending about $1.3 billion to build a network of pipelines and other infrastructures.
Company’s tells D.C. District Court that losses could reach $4.3 million a day.
Michigan Gov. Whitmer has ordered Enbridge to shut Line 5 over leakage concerns.
US District Court judge is considering the Dakota Access Pipeline case concerning Energy Transfer’s asset.
Construction spree has led to more capacity than producers can meet.
TC Energy said April 12 it had issued a request for information seeking to identify wind energy investment opportunities that would generate 620 megawatt of “zero-carbon” electricity for its U.S. pipeline business.
Pinnacle Midstream founder Greg Sargent is confident in the Permian Basin and the industry’s ability to “conform and prosper as we always have” to new conditions and regulations.
Uganda, a landlocked east African nation, needs the pipeline to transport the crude to international markets.