TC Energy Corp.’s Keystone oil pipeline has returned to service following the approval of their repair and restart plan by the U.S. Pipeline And Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (PHMSA) on Nov. 10.
Country seeks to exploit its massive Vaca Muerta shale play.
The company said it expects several of its growth projects to be operational in 2019, including the $700-million Gray Oak pipeline.
Despite its recent rally, propane’s price is well below last year’s as the giant play fills up storage on the Gulf Coast.
Joint venture partners WhiteWater Midstream, MPLX LP, alongside Agua Blanca lead investor First Infrastructure Capital, on Nov. 6 announced final investment decision to proceed with the expansion of the Delaware Basin Agua Blanca System.
Gravity’s acquisition of On Point will create the largest commercial produced water disposal company by injection volumes in the Midland Basin.
Keystone line has experienced four releases, much more than TC Energy estimated.
Companies are targeting oil in the fast-growing field, but pipeline construction has lagged, leaving natural gas as a byproduct to be burned or vented.