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Natural Gas Midstream and the Energy Transition

As many of the world’s oil and gas giants start to implement carbon-neutral plans by 2040, midstreamers also are integrating renewables to power remote operations, lower costs, and reduce their carbon footprint.

Mach Resources Snags a Prize

In what has become a buyer’s market for well-capitalized E&Ps on the hunt for a bargain, Okla. City-based Mach Resources and its money-backer, Houston-based Bayou City Energy, have officially closed on an upstream/midstream acquisition that came perilously close to not happening at all.

The Operators: Outrigger Energy

Outrigger Energy knows when and where to pounce when it comes to greenfield midstream infrastructure in basins that sorely need it. Six years ago, this Denver-based operator swooped into the Permian where it constructed gathering pipe and gas plants in two of the basin’s richest growth areas.

Gathering Buildout Continues in the DJ Basin

With completion well within sight of its Rattlesnake pipeline extension, Denver-Based Taproot Energy has secured an additional 60,000 dedicated acres in the DJ Basin’s Weld County to provide crude oil and water midstream gathering and transportation services to producers there.

Moda Midstream Adds Crude Storage

Let’s give a hallelujah moment to Houston-based Moda Midstream, which has announced completion of the last 495,000 Bbls crude oil storage tank at the company’s Midstream Ingleside Energy Center (MIEC) on the Texas Gulf Coast. This latest news lifts MIEC’s capacity to 10 MMBbls. And that sounds mighty good right now.

Golden Pass LNG to Anchor Enable’s Proposed Gulf Run Pipeline

Like they say, you have to crack some eggs to make an omelet. For Okla. City-based Enable Midstream, that means starting with modifications along the company’s 172-mile Line CP natural gas pipeline that extends from Carthage, Texas, to Delhi, La., before breaking ground on its proposed Gulf Run Pipeline project.

Golden Pass LNG to Anchor Enable’s Proposed Gulf Run Pipeline

Like they say, you have to crack some eggs to make an omelet. For Okla. City-based Enable Midstream, that means starting with modifications along the company’s 172-mile Line CP natural gas pipeline that extends from Carthage, Texas, to Delhi, La., before breaking ground on its proposed Gulf Run Pipeline project.

Pipeline Projects in the Works to Bring More Natural Gas to the Northeast

This hasn’t been the most thrilling week for Tulsa-based Williams which, at least for now, has put its proposed Northeast Supply Enhancement underwater pipeline on ice. This, after environmental regulators denied a water permit to jumpstart the project. But, hey, we live to see another day. And several other Northeastern pipeline projects lie on the horizon to bring more electrical power, cleaner heat, and significant cost-savings to a region hungry to convert from fuel oil to natural gas but lacking midstream infrastructure.

The Operators: Outrigger Energy

Outrigger Energy knows when and where to pounce when it comes to greenfield midstream infrastructure in basins that sorely need it. Six years ago, this Denver-based operator swooped into the Permian where it constructed gathering pipe and gas plants in two of the basin’s richest growth areas.

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Golden Pass LNG to Anchor Enable’s Proposed Gulf Run Pipeline

Like they say, you have to crack some eggs to make an omelet. For Okla. City-based Enable Midstream, that means starting with modifications along the company’s 172-mile Line CP natural gas pipeline that extends from Carthage, Texas, to Delhi, La., before breaking ground on its proposed Gulf Run Pipeline project.

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EPA Announces New Rule to Expedite Energy Infrastructure

The decision in May by Tulsa-based Williams to shrug away from a $1+ billion pipeline project did not go unnoticed by an administration focused on strengthening the nation’s critical energy infrastructure. Williams fought its battle for nearly two years before raising the white flag. Alberta-based TC Energy’s on-again, off-again $8 billion Keystone XL extension has played out like a bad romance and, not surprisingly, is back on ice. The biggest hurdle these projects have faced—or are facing—is gaining water permits from state environmental regulators.

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The Money Backers: KKR & Co.

During the “buyout boom” of the late 1980s, the biggest news to travel between the lips of Wall Street bankers and the ears of its corporate investors was the $31.1 billion buyout of RJR Nabisco. Drama surrounding the deal and its colorful actors played on magazine covers and front-page headlines as the N.Y.-based KKR investment group collected a $75 million transaction fee and secured its place in high-finance history.

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The Operators: Outrigger Energy

Outrigger Energy knows when and where to pounce when it comes to greenfield midstream infrastructure in basins that sorely need it. Six years ago, this Denver-based operator swooped into the Permian where it constructed gathering pipe and gas plants in two of the basin’s richest growth areas.

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New Natural Gas Pipeline to Power One of World’s Largest Gold Mines

After 20 years of planning, patience and persistence, the proposed Donlin Gold Project has taken another step forward in the permitting process to construct a massive, integrated mining infrastructure on a site in the Alaskan Yukon. An average 100 permits will be required to get the project off the ground. Alaska’s Department of Natural Resources recently announced it has launched a review of a right-of-way lease to build a 315-mile natural gas pipeline that will extend from Alaska’s Cook Inlet to the village of Crooked Creek, an area closest to the proposed mine.

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Two New LNG Export Projects Move Forward

LNG export projects.
They don’t come easy and they don’t come fast since the U.S. began exporting LNG in February 2016 in the midst of extraordinary volumes of natural gas produced here. Fact is, we have a lot of clean energy to share as nations transition from coal as a preferred fuel to power everything from heat to electricity. In little more than four years, our nation has emerged as an LNG power player with the Gulf Coast standing as the beacon of exports and five U.S. terminals taking the lead. And there are more to come.

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