Two U.S. senators from New Jersey have asked the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission to look at concerns over arsenic in groundwater and endangered species in connection with the PennEast Pipeline.
Energy Transfer Equity had the right to back away from the $33 billion merger with Williams Cos., the Delaware Supreme Court ruled, with the two rival pipeline giants still to argue over a $1.5 billion fee tied to the deal’s termination.
Alberta-based TransCanada is seeking a variance to proceed with the construction of its North Montney Mainline Project in northeast British Columbia and to separate that pipeline project from a stalled liquefied natural gas project.
The oil country tubular goods (OCTG) increases announced last week by domestic producers appear to be taking effect, KallanishSteel, sister publication to Kallanish Energy, reports. Kallanish raised its P110 domestic welded casing price to $1,700-1,750/st, taking […]