Infrastructure & Construction

May 18, 2018

Q&A: How the oil and gas industry compares in reducing carbon

BY Patrick C. Miller When it comes to technology investments that reduce greenhouse gas emissions in the U.S., a new study from API shows that the oil and gas industry is at the top of the list. The study compares how the industry stacks up against other entities. READ MORE

May 18, 2018

Canadian midstream company to build Cushing, OK, terminal

BY Patrick C. Miller A Canadian midstream company based in Calgary has announced plans to build a new 4.5-million-barrel crude storage and blending facility in Cushing, Oklahoma. Keyera Corp. expects the Wildhorse Terminal to enter service by mid-2020. READ MORE

May 17, 2018

Bakken faces flaring issues from gas producton increase

BY Patrick C. Miller Help from new gas gathering and processing infrastructure is on the way in the Bakken, but it might not arrive soon enough to help producers meet North Dakota's gas capture goals. State DMR director Lynn Helms sees challenging times ahead. READ MORE

May 15, 2018

3Bear Energy planning New Mexico crude pipeline

BY 3Bear Energy 3 Bear Energy LLC has launched a binding open season to obtain volume commitments and, or, acreage dedications to support construction of a crude gathering line in New Mexico. READ MORE

May 07, 2018

Weatherford making strides in comeback from downturn

BY Patrick C. Miller Reduced costs, lower depreciation and an improved market environment are helping Weatherford International recover from the effects of the low-oil-price environment. CEO Mark McCollum said first quarter results show the company is on the right track. READ MORE

May 01, 2018

Marathon, Andeavor merge to form integrated energy company

BY Patrick C. Miller Marathon Oil and Andeavor this week announced a $23.3 billion merger agreement to form a major U.S. refining, marketing and midstream company. Marathon said the new company will increase midstream opportunities in the Bakken, Marcellus and Permian. READ MORE

May 01, 2018

Phillips 66 Partners open second season on Gray Oak Pipeline

BY Patrick C. Miller Phillips 66 Partners will begin construction on the Gray Oak Pipeline to transport up to 700,000 barrels of oil per day from the Permian to Corpus Christi and other markets. The company says the pipeline's capacity could be expanded to 1 million bpd. READ MORE

April 30, 2018

Enable, Continental partner on project to move SCOOP/STACK gas

BY Luke GeiverEnable Midstream Partners and Continental Resources Inc. have agreed on Project Wildcat, a new pipeline that will move natural gas from Oklahoma to the Dallas-Fort Worth area. READ MORE

April 23, 2018

Partnership will develop Salt Creek Midstream in Delaware Basin

BY Patrick C. Miller Ares Management LP and ARM Energy Holdings LLC have formed a partnership to develop Salt Creek Midstream LLC in the Delaware Basin, which will have 260 million cubic feet of capacity by the end of 2018. Additional expansion investments are planned. READ MORE