Daily Archives: April 21, 2016

Politics hamper new gas pipeline permitting, API official says

Rate this article US Senate passage of a broad bipartisan energy with language to expedite federal approvals of LNG export projects was a significant step, an American Petroleum Institute official said. But states also need to help remove politics from what should be a straightforward process for gas pipelines as well as LNG export installations,…

Kinder Morgan cancels Northeast Energy Direct, Palmetto pipelines

Rate this article Kinder Morgan Inc. has cancelled both its Northeast Energy Direct (NED) natural gas and Palmetto liquids pipeline projects, citing insufficient contractual commitments for the former and unfavorable action by the Georgia legislature regarding eminent domain for the latter. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Oil & Gas Journal – Transportation

France’s La Poste Acquires First CNG Truck

Rate this article By NGV Global La Poste, a publicly-owned postal service company in France, has acquired its first Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) powered truck — a Renault Trucks D WIDE CNG vehicle — for service out of its Rungis (94) depot. Handed over on April 18, this Renault Truck is currently being used for…

West Texas crude system launches open season

Rate this article Medallion Midstream LLC subsidiary Medallion Pipeline Co. LLC, Irving, Tex., reported a binding open season that solicits long-term shipper commitments for firm transportation capacity on the fifth major expansion of Medallion’s existing crude-oil pipeline system. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Oil & Gas Journal – Transportation