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2017 Wyoming Pipeline Authority Newsletter Wyoming Pipeline Authority settlement with natural gas pipeline company saves Powder River Basin natural gas producers between $14 Million and $134 Million in future pipeline transportation … Continue reading
Tallgrass Development LP, Pony Express Pipeline – After 17 years transporting natural gas, the pipeline will switch to shipping oil before the end of this year.
SUSAN ANDERSON Star-Tribune business editor – February 07, 2014
The new owner of the Pony Express Pipeline, Tallgrass Development LP, is betting on oil. The company is investing approximately one billion dollars to retrofit the pipeline for oil and to … Continue reading
Wyoming Business Report – December 2014
The new 108-mile Thunder Creek Pipeline, which will transport natural gas liquids from roughly between Gillette and Douglas to service the Powder River Basin, will begin operations in January 2015. Read the entire article … Continue reading
Wyoming Business Report – September 25, 2014
A waste management facility specific to oil and gas production in the state will celebrate its grand opening Friday at 11 a.m. just north of Bill in Converse County. The first of … Continue reading
The Gulf Coast Project is an approximate 485-mile (780-kilometre), 36-inch crude oil pipeline beginning in Cushing, Oklahoma and extending south to Nederland, Texas to serve the Gulf Coast marketplace. The 47-mile (76-kilometre) Houston Lateral Project is an additional … Continue reading
Enbridge Inc. and Enterprise Products Partners LP will more than double the capacity of the Seaway and Flanagan South pipelines.
Seaway Pipeline: Enbridge Inc. recently purchased a 50-percent share of the Seaway Crude Pipeline System. Enterprise Products Partners … Continue reading
580 miles of 20 in. diameter pipeline will give producers in West Texas, the Rocky Mountains, southern Oklahoma and other regions access to the largest natural gas liquids market in the Gulf Coast area. Read more about it … Continue reading
Merchant Energy Holdings’ East Cheyenne Gas Storage facility will be an interstate natural gas storage facility on mineral leases held by Merchant Energy Holdings, LLC in two nearly-depleted reservoirs in Logan County, approximately 23 miles north of Sterling, … Continue reading