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Company announces plans for major LNG facility in Cameron

CAMERON, La. — A Louisiana-based company says it plans to build a massive facility along the Calcasieu River ship channel to export liquefied natural gas. Baton Rouge-based G2 LNG LLC. announced on Monday that it plans to construct an $11 billion liquefied natural gas export facility on the ship channel in Cameron Parish. If built, it would be one of ...

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State police still investigating compressor station arson

THEN — August fire at natural gas compressor station in Milford Twp. considered arson. Now — Gas started flowing last week. A natural gas compressor station in Milford Twp. began operating Thursday, about two months after someone allegedly tried to set it on fire. The state police investigation of the Aug. 8 arson is still ongoing, Fire Marshal Steve Kaneski ...

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Terminal could ship natural gas from Colorado to Asia

GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. — A proposed liquefied natural gas terminal in Oregon that would give producers in the Piceance Basin an outlet to reach customers on the Pacific Rim is one step closer to approval. The Veresen Inc. terminal received environmental approval last week, though the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission will have final say on the project in December, reported ...

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Company will own 2 nearly parallel gas gathering lines

Energy Transfer’s purchase of the Williams Companies shouldn’t affect natural gas pipeline projects in the works — but now the company will own two gas gathering lines that run almost parallel to each other. On Monday, Energy Transfer Equity LP announced a $37.7 billion deal to buy the Williams Companies, owner of the Transco interstate natural gas pipeline. The Transco ...

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Two Marcellus pipeline projects move forward

Two large pipeline projects aimed at alleviating a glut of natural gas coming from the Marcellus shale moved ahead in the federal permitting process this week. Houston-based Columbia Pipeline Group said its proposal to build the $2 billion, 165-mile Mountaineer Xpress in West Virginia entered a pre-filing phase before the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission. Moving from Marshall County to Wayne ...

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PennEast files formal application with commission for pipeline expansion plan

PennEast Pipeline Company LLC made the next step toward construction of its proposed Pennsylvania-to-New-Jersey natural gas pipeline. The company has filed its formal application with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission for a $1 billion, 118-mile, 36-inch diameter pipeline that would start in Dallas Township with a tap into the Transco interstate pipeline and run to Mercer County, New Jersey. It ...

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Pennsylvania, New Jersey utilities tout $1B pipeline project

PHILADELPHIA — A proposed $1 billion pipeline that would tap Marcellus Shale natural gas production is being touted by a group of utilities in Pennsylvania and New Jersey. A story published Thursday in The Philadelphia Inquirer says the 118-mile pipeline from Luzerne County in northeastern Pennsylvania to the Trenton, New Jersey, area would bring low prices and stable electricity rates ...

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Proposed W.Va. pipeline accepted for pre-application review

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission will review a proposed $2 billion natural gas pipeline in West Virginia before the developer formally submits an application. The commission notified Columbia Gas Transmission, LLC last week that it accepted the Mountaineer Xpress Project for the pre-filing review process. Parent companies Columbia Pipeline Group, Inc. and Columbia Pipeline Partners LP said ...

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Sunoco claims eminent domain over properties in pipeline path


A natural gas products distribution company has begun eminent domain proceedings against a number of Lebanon County property owners to obtain rights-of-way for a pipeline project. Sunoco Pipeline L.P. filed “Documents of Taking” in July and August against 13 property owners who live in the path of the company’s Mariner East Pipeline project. Similar actions have been taken in other ...

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