Exploration & Production , Petrochemicals , Natural Gas , Crude Oil , Pipelines

US Energy Firms Assess Damage as Hurricane Laura Races North

Operators were scheduling reconnaissance flights over the more than 300 offshore oil and gas platforms and drilling rigs prior to Hurricane Laura reaching the Gulf of Mexico oil fields.

August 27, 2020

International , Pipelines

Syria: Gas Pipeline Blast was Terrorist Attack; US Suspects ISIS

Diplomat notes the upsurge in Islamic State activity.

August 24, 2020

Policy & Regulations , Legislation , Health, Safety & Environment , Emissions , Shale Plays , Construction , Pipelines

States’ Fights: Why Local Elections are Critical to Oil and Gas

In Colorado, E&Ps watch the SB-181 rulemaking progress; in Alaska, the ballot issue concerns higher taxes for North Slope producers.

August 24, 2020

Trade , International , Construction , Pipelines

EU ‘Highly Concerned’ by US Stance on Nord Stream Pipeline

Sanctions violate international law, 24 members say.

August 14, 2020

Investment , Exploration & Production , Emissions , Pipelines

Canada Defends Role for Oil Sands Projects in Energy Transition

Oil output at controversial assets to increase even as government seeks to cut emissions, Canada’s natural resources minister says.

August 14, 2020

Infrastructure , Health, Safety & Environment , Construction , Pipelines

Equitrans: Despite Permit Denial, MVP Southgate Remains On Track

North Carolina rejected a water permit for the pipeline extension.

August 13, 2020

Infrastructure , Construction , Pipelines

N.C. Regulator Denies Water Quality Certification for MVP Southgate

State rejects extension to the Mountain Valley Pipeline.

August 11, 2020

Infrastructure , Pipelines

Federal Judge Gives Army Corps Three Weeks to Detail DAPL Options

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is exploring four options, including some that would not require the Dakota Access pipeline to shut, said Ben Schifman, an attorney representing the Army Corps.

August 11, 2020

Public Capital , Earnings , Pipelines

Duke Takes $1.6 Billion Charge to Exit Atlantic Coast Pipeline

Duke Energy said it took a $1.6 billion after-tax charge for the cancellation of the Atlantic Coast natural gas pipeline. Project partner Dominion already took a $2.8 billion charge related to the cancellation.

August 10, 2020


San Mateo Black River Oil Pipeline LLC Announces Binding Open Season

Stebbins Expansion Crude Oil Pipeline Project would expand San Mateo system in Eddy County, N.M.

August 7, 2020