The substantial acreage dedication to Taproot is a strategic bolt-on opportunity to the existing system currently under construction and supports the initial acreage dedication with Bison Oil & Gas II LLC.
Analysts say the tariffs will particularly hit plans by U.S. companies, such as Cheniere, Sempra Energy and Kinder Morgan, to build new LNG terminals or expand existing ones by adding processing units.
Revisions to the Obama-era plan include changes to the percentage of methane that must be captured at drilling locations and measures on well completions and leak detections.
Cheniere said it will sell 700,000 tonnes of LNG per year to Vitol, starting in 2018 with a purchase price pegged to the Henry Hub monthly average, plus a fee.
U.S. official tells newspaper that Russian gas imports would be challenged in the market.
Should the move succeed, it would mark the exit of Kinder Morgan from Canada, having closed its sale of the Trans Mountain pipeline at the end of last month.
Woodside is also accelerating plans to build a pipeline to move gas from its Scarborough development.
Integrating all three sectors of the industry, as well as marketing, will position the company to be a global LNG leader, says John Howie.
Halt of imports from South Korea and lower demand from China forces the action, as Iran feels more pressure.
Cibolo said its inaugural fund will target upstream and midstream companies seeking credit alternatives to finance growth via acquisition or accelerated development capital.