Acquisitions & Divestitures - Midstream
Phillips 66 Partners said April 24 it has received sufficient binding commitments on an initial open season to proceed with construction of the Gray Oak Pipeline system.
Shares of Canadian pipeline operator Enbridge Inc. dropped more than 4% on April 24 after a Minnesota judge agreed the Line 3 oil pipeline replacement project was needed, but rejected the company's preferred route.
Liquefied natural gas (LNG) company Cheniere Energy Inc. said it planned to make a final investment decision to build the third liquefaction train at its Corpus Christi LNG export facility in Texas in the first half of 2018.
CAPP’s latest economic study tells why Canada’s oil and gas industry is at risk for missing out on the opportunities from growing demand as the world’s population—particularly in Asia— increases.
As Canada’s domestic producers export heavy crude to the U.S. refiners on the Gulf Coast, many of the country’s refineries are forced to import volumes of light oil.
Delaware Basin facility will have an ultimate capacity of 260 MMcf/d.
Breitburn emerges from Chapter 11 reorganization and here's why Phillips 66 economist says energy executives will need to change the way they think as production swells.
Reasons for delay not given for nine-month pushback of $13 billion plant.
Canadian prime minister orders financial discussions to begin on the project.
Getka Energy LLC has appointed Craig Peus as CFO, the company said on April 19.
Both midstream and upstream must navigate through changes in the energy business, says IHS Markit expert.
UPDATE - Kinder Morgan said while it is not in a position to move on takeovers until the uncertainty around Trans Mountain is resolved, it sees good opportunities in the western Canadian midstream space.