Pipelines:

Dakota Access Pipeline Now Operational, Developer Says

Oil is now flowing through the controversial Dakota Access pipeline, carrying crude from Canada and North Dakota south to Illinois, its developer said Thursday. The pipeline, which sparked a months-long protest by Native Americans and…

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Permian Pipeline Capacity: Enough or Not?

The current pace of growth in Permian production could outpace planned takeaway expansion by next year, according to analysts at Morningstar. But the U.S. Energy Information Administration says infrastructure expansion should be adequate to handle…

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Feds: Permian Should Have Enough Pipelines for Output Rise

The U.S. Energy Information said in a report that new pipelines being built should provide enough capacity to accommodate the expected increase in crude oil production in the Permian Basin. Production has grown so fast…

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Brazos Midstream Announces Southern Delaware Basin Projects

Brazos Midstream Holdings, LLC has completed multiple crude oil and gas gathering and processing projects in the southern Delaware Basin. Brazos commenced operation of a new 60 million cubic feet per day natural gas processing…

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Permian Output Already Outpacing Pipeline Expansion Plans

Billions of dollars are being poured into expanding the Permian Basin’s midstream infrastructure to allow moving crude to market. It still may not be enough. The growth in Permian Basin production could overwhelm pipeline capacity…

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New Gas Pipeline to Serve Oklahoma’s STACK, SCOOP Plays

Enable Midstream Partners will build a new pipeline designed to transport up to 400 million cubic feet of natural gas per day from central Oklahoma’s STACK and SCOOP fields, the company said Wednesday. Project Wildcat…

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