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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

01/31/2019
Pipeline operator Sunoco Pipeline LP has agreed to pay roughly $5.4 million to settle claims over crude oil spills from 2013 to 2015 in three states, the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) said in a statement late on Jan. 30. Sunoco, an Energy Transfer Partners LP  (NYSE: ETP) unit, agreed to pay...
01/31/2019
Enterprise Products Partners LP’s (NYSE: EPD) repurposed NGL pipeline in the Permian Basin will begin limited operations in February to carry crude oil to the U.S. Gulf Coast, ahead of its original plan, the company said Jan. 31. The Houston pipeline operator has begun the process of converting...
01/31/2019
Surging production of U.S. LNG and slower growth of demand in Asia this year could leave companies that have committed to long-term purchase contracts struggling to find markets. Several European and Asian utilities have signed up to long-term deals for U.S. LNG that last 10 to 15 years. When...
01/31/2019
Magellan Midstream Partners, L.P. (NYSE: MMP) and Navigator Energy Services announced on Jan. 31 an extension of the open season to solicit commitments from shippers for the potential new Voyager pipeline to transport various grades of light crude oil and condensate from Cushing, Oklahoma to...
01/31/2019
A high school classmate who still lives in the Chicago area posted a local TV station’s seven-day weather forecast on Facebook. The expectation for Jan. 30, what would be the city’s second-coldest day on record, called for 20 mph gusts that would drop the wind chill to as low as -55 degrees. The...
01/31/2019
U.S. homes and businesses will likely use record amounts of natural gas for heating on Jan. 30 as an Arctic-like freeze blankets the eastern half of the country, according to energy analysts. Harsh winds brought record-low temperatures across much of the Midwest, unnerving even residents...
01/31/2019
The Canadian province of Alberta will ease oil curtailments in February and March, earlier than expected, saying on Jan. 30 that its rare step to limit production had eased a glut of crude. Alberta's move to scale back its curtailments came at the end of a volatile month, in which Canadian prices...
01/31/2019
A U.S. appeals court has stayed a previous court decision against Forest Service permits that allowed Dominion Energy Inc. to build the $6.5 billion to $7 billion Atlantic Coast natural gas pipeline across national forests and the Appalachian Trail. The Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals on Jan. 29...
01/31/2019
General Electric Co. said on Jan. 30 it would fold its battery storage and electrical grid units into its wind turbine and hydropower business to cut costs, speed decision-making and cater to surging demand for renewable power. The announcement, a day before GE was due to report fourth-quarter...
01/31/2019
Royal Dutch Shell Plc (NYSE: RDS.A) said Jan. 31 that crude trading boosted its fourth-quarter profits to a four-year high even as oil prices collapsed. Benchmark Brent oil prices collapsed from a four-year high of $86 in early October to a low of $50 a barrel within weeks. Shell is the world’s...

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