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ABGPA Midstream news feed

The Natural Gas Industry is constantly growing and changing, so from time to time ABGPA Midstream and GPA have news that we want to share with our members and the Midstream Community.
 
You can check out our news releases and updated articles from other internet sources regarding the natural gas industry here on our ABGPA Midstream News Feed. Check back often and stay up to date! 

Latest Articles

04/19/2018
The upstream and midstream sometimes “pass like two ships in the night” and miss each other—but both must navigate the same sea change occurring now in the oil and gas business. That was the view of Imre Kugler, associate director at IHS Markit, in an April 16 presentation on short-term crude oil...
04/18/2018
Kinder Morgan Canada Ltd. said April 18 that its Trans Mountain oil pipeline expansion project was facing "unquantifiable risk" due to the British Columbia government's continued opposition and reported a 5.1% drop in first-quarter earnings. British Columbia said April 18 that it would file a...
04/18/2018
The long-delayed Browse gas project off Western Australia has gained key support, with partners in the North West Shelf LNG plant aiming to agree on a tariff by the end of June to handle Browse gas, Woodside Petroleum’s CEO said on April 18. Browse is seen as a key source of growth for Woodside...
04/18/2018
Australia will amend the guidelines for a $3.9 billion fund that offers loans to build infrastructure in the country’s north so it can offer greater support to a broader range of projects, a government minister said on April 18. The changes will aid a bid to develop Australia’s sparsely populated...
04/18/2018
Gasoline stocks dropped by 3 million bbl, compared with analysts' expectations in a Reuters poll for a 227,000-bbl drop. Distillate stockpiles decreased 3.1 million bbl, vs. expectations for a 268,000-bbl draw, the EIA data showed, putting overall inventories of these products, which include...
04/18/2018
Pennsylvania regulators said on April 17 they will set up a grant program with the $12.6 million that Energy Transfer Partners LP paid as a penalty for permit violations during construction of the Sunoco Mariner East 2 NGL pipeline. The grants will be available for projects that reduce or minimize...
04/18/2018
New York private-equity firm Castle Harlan Inc. agreed on April 17 to acquire Exterran Corp.’s (NYSE: EXTN) North American production equipment assets, forming a new company named Titan Production Equipment Acquisition LLC. The terms of the transaction weren't disclosed. The acquisition includes...
04/18/2018
Three Colorado communities filed a lawsuit against oil companies on April 17, launching the latest legal battle seeking damages for what they claim are the costs of adapting to climate change. The lawsuit, filed in Colorado by the city of Boulder and the counties of San Miguel and Boulder, accuses...
04/18/2018
As energy reform in Mexico forges ahead the critical hurdle remains finding investors to help overhaul the lagging infrastructure in Mexico. With U.S. oil and gas companies getting set to move in after 80 years of Pemex’s monopoly, it’s clear that midstream infrastructure must be improved, and in...
04/17/2018
Like the song, everything old is new again for oil and gas. The business is re-entering an age of energy abundance much like the 1950s and 1960s and that’s good news for the midstream, according to the chief economist of Houston-based Phillips 66 Co. (NYSE: PSX). Horace Hobbs, speaking April 16 at...

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