Eagle Industry News and Events

Nebraska Environmental Regulators Release Keystone XL Report

Posted by Jack Barry on Wed, Oct 31, 2012

Nebraska environmental regulators have released a preliminary 600-page report on the oil pipeline a Canadian company wants to build across the state, according to Bloomberg Businessweek.

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Topics: Pipeline, Construction, Canadian, Environment, Keystone XL, Nebraska, TransCanada

Hurricane Affects Refinery, Pipeline, Port and Terminal Operators

Posted by Jack Barry on Tue, Oct 30, 2012

The supply of gasoline, diesel and jet fuel into the U.S. East Coast ground almost to a halt on Monday as Hurricane Sandy forced the closure of two-thirds of the region's refineries, its biggest pipeline, and most major ports, according to Reuters.

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US Army Corps of Engineers Open Up Drilling at Alaska's Point Thomson

Posted by Jack Barry on Mon, Oct 29, 2012

Alaska officials on Friday hailed a U.S. Army Corps of Engineers permit decision that will open up drilling at the Point Thomson petroleum field, creating hundreds of jobs and providing key infrastructure that could advance prospects for a large-scale natural gas pipeline, according to the Associated Press.

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Topics: Pipeline, Natural Gas, Alaska, Construction

BOEM Releases Final Details for Oil & Gas Lease Sale

Posted by Jack Barry on Fri, Oct 26, 2012

Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar and Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM) Director Tommy P. Beaudreau today released the final details for an oil and gas lease sale that will offer more than 20 million acres offshore and will make available all unleased areas in the Western Gulf of Mexico Planning Area.

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Topics: Natural Gas, Department of Interior, Oil Output, BOEM, Gulf of Mexico

DUG East Conference & Exhibition Held in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Posted by Jack Barry on Thu, Oct 25, 2012

Held November 13-15th in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, the 2012 DUG East Conference & Exhibition will focus on the positive growth that operators, service companies and local economies are experiencing across the Utica and Marcellus regions, including first-hand reports from senior-level oil and gas executives who are bringing these exciting plays to fruition.

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Topics: Natural Gas, Events

Colorado/Utah Pipeline Deal Closed, Expansion Planned for 2013

Posted by Jack Barry on Wed, Oct 24, 2012

A Dallas-based company has completed a $207 million acquisition of local natural gas pipelines and processing infrastructure, and says it also has deals with two energy companies to expand those assets to help meet their future needs, according to The Daily Sentinel.

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Topics: Pipeline, Natural Gas, Expansion, Utah, Colorado

TransCanada Restarts Keystone Pipeline After Five-Day Outage

Posted by Jack Barry on Tue, Oct 23, 2012

TransCanada Corp said on Monday it had restarted its major oil pipeline to the central United States from Canada following a five-day outage to check for a potential defect on the line in the U.S. Midwest, according to Reuters.

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Topics: Pipeline, PHMSA, Canadian, TransCanada, Pipeline Repair

U.S. Petroleum Demand Falls in September, Production Increases

Posted by Jack Barry on Mon, Oct 22, 2012

Total U.S. petroleum deliveries (a measure of demand) fell 3.8 percent in September against a year ago to 18.2 million barrels per day, according to a press release from the American Petroleum Institute. Demand was down 2.4 percent year to date compared with a year ago and down 2.1 percent from last month, August 2012. September deliveries were at their second lowest level for that month since 1996.

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Topics: American Petroleum Institute, Oil Output, Prices

SGA Holds Compliance Workshop for Transmission/Midstream Pipelines

Posted by Jack Barry on Fri, Oct 19, 2012

The Southern Gas Association will host the DOT Compliance Workshop - Transmission & Midstream Pipelines on November 14-16, 2012, in Addison, Texas.

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Topics: Pipeline, Regulations, Department of Transportation, Events, Southern Gas Association

TransCanada Pipeline Faces Issues with Texas Landowners

Posted by Jack Barry on Thu, Oct 18, 2012

Oil has long lived in harmony with farmland and cattle across the Texas landscape, a symbiosis nurtured by generations and built on an unspoken honor code that allowed agriculture to thrive while oil was extracted.

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Topics: Pipeline, Construction, Canadian, Texas