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Webinar in Review: Global Refining's Role in the Appetite for Oil Demand

In a recent webinar regarding the Global Refining Industry, IIR Energy pointed to just less than $100 billion in global refining projects that are under…

Refining | Oil & Gas | Crude Oil | Pipelines | Refining Projects | Refinery Projects | Condensate Splitter Projects | Crude Oil Pipelines | Global Oil Demand

Industrial Info

Mon May 15 2017

Keystone XL Pipeline Receives Presidential Approval

The U.S. Department of State has signed and issued a presidential permit to construct the Keystone XL crude oil pipeline, TransCanada Corporation said Friday.…

Keystone | Trump | South Dakota | Pipelines

Industrial Info

Fri Mar 24 2017

Army Corps of Engineers Denies Easement for Dakota Access Pipeline

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers will not approve an easement that would allow the proposed Dakota Access Pipeline to cross under Lake Oahe,…

Dakota Access Pipeline | Standing Rock Sioux Tribe | North Dakota | Pipelines | Army Corps of Engineers | Energy Transfer Partners

Industrial Info

Mon Dec 05 2016

Canada Rejects Northern Gateway Pipeline Project, Okays Trans Mountain

Canada’s government will reject Enbridge Incorporated’s Northern Gateway oil pipeline project, but approve Kinder Morgan’s Incorporated’s Trans Mountain project and Enbridge’…

Canada | Northern Gateway Pipeline | Enbridge | Kinder Morgan | Trans Mountain | Pipelines

Industrial Info

Tue Nov 29 2016

“It’s Another Atlantic Sunrise…” As NOT Sung to Tune of “Tequila Sunrise”

Williams Partners continues to sing the regulatory blues. It is pushing back full in-service operations of its Atlantic Sunrise natural gas pipeline to mid-2018 as…

Williams Partners | Regulations | Atlantic Sunrise | Pipelines | Oil & Gas

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Fri Oct 28 2016

Environmental Activists Arrested Following Canada-U.S. Crude Oil Pipeline Disruptions

Several environmental activists have been arrested following a series of disruptions to pipelines carrying oil from Canada to the U.S., according to news accounts.…

Dakota Access Pipeline | Kinder Morgan | Spectra | Enbridge | Enivronmental | Crude Oil | Pipelines

Industrial Info

Wed Oct 12 2016

Energy Transfer Partners Hopeful on Dakota Access Pipeline Project after Latest Court Win

Energy Transfer Partners says it “looks forward to a prompt resumption of construction” of a section of the Dakota Access Pipeline near the Standing Rock…

Dakota Access Pipeline | Standing Rock Sioux Tribe | North Dakota | Pipelines

Industrial Info

Tue Oct 11 2016

U.S. Government Halts Part of Dakota Access Oil Pipeline Project Despite Court Ruling

The U.S. Government is halting construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline in North Dakota, even though a federal judge on Friday denied a request…

Dakota | Government | Pipelines | North Dakota | Standing Rock Sioux Tribe

Industrial Info

Fri Sep 09 2016

Wheeling But Not Dealing: Enterprise Products Partners Withdraws Bid for Williams

Enterprise Products Partners LP has withdrawn its bid for rival pipeline giant The Williams Companies Incorporated, saying there is “no actionable path going forward” as…

Enterprise Products Partners | Williams Companies | Pipelines | Oklahoma

Industrial Info

Fri Sep 09 2016

ExxonMobil’s 10 Top-Valued Projects Chained to Sinking Prices of Commodities, LNG

Friday morning witnessed an easily overlooked milestone in the recent economic recovery: Exxon Mobil Corporation (NYSE:XOM) (Irving, Texas) was surpassed in market value by…

LNG | Oil & Gas | Pipelines | Canada | ExxonMobil | Commodity | Global | ConocoPhillips | Alaska

Industrial Info

Mon Aug 01 2016

WorleyParsons' 10 Top-Valued Projects Navigate Stormy Global LNG, Mining Markets

Global engineering and consultation leader WorleyParsons (North Sydney, Australia) is facing as many barriers as it is opportunities, as the waxing and waning fortunes of…

LNG | Metals & Minerals | Worley Parsons | Engineering | Construction | Wheatstone | Stantec | India | Australia | Oil & Gas | Pipelines | Liquefaction Plant

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Fri Jul 22 2016

Webinar in Review: Global Refining's Role in the Appetite for Oil Demand

In a recent webinar regarding the Global Refining Industry, IIR Energy pointed to just less than $100 billion in global refining projects that are under construction, with another $257 billion that are in the planning and engineering stages that are planned to kick off in the next two years, although not all of these projects will make it to construction. »

Keystone XL Pipeline Receives Presidential Approval

The U.S. Department of State has signed and issued a presidential permit to construct the Keystone XL crude oil pipeline, TransCanada Corporation said Friday. “This is a significant milestone for the Keystone XL project," said Russ Girling, TransCanada's chief executive officer. "We greatly appreciate President Trump's Administration for reviewing and approving this important initiative, and we look forward to »

Army Corps of Engineers Denies Easement for Dakota Access Pipeline

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers will not approve an easement that would allow the proposed Dakota Access Pipeline to cross under Lake Oahe, which is located on the Missouri River in North Dakota, the federal agency said Sunday. Instead, the Corps will explore alternative routes for the controversial pipeline project, which has drawn thousands of demonstrators to North »

Canada Rejects Northern Gateway Pipeline Project, Okays Trans Mountain

Canada’s government will reject Enbridge Incorporated’s Northern Gateway oil pipeline project, but approve Kinder Morgan’s Incorporated’s Trans Mountain project and Enbridge’s Prime Line 3 replacement project, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced Tuesday. Enbridge’s Northern Gateway Project comprises a proposed $6 billion+, 525,000-barrel-per-day petroleum export pipeline that would connect Edmonton, Alberta, to Kitimat on »

“It’s Another Atlantic Sunrise…” As NOT Sung to Tune of “Tequila Sunrise”

Williams Partners continues to sing the regulatory blues. It is pushing back full in-service operations of its Atlantic Sunrise natural gas pipeline to mid-2018 as a result of a delay in the completion of a federal review. However, Williams adds it plans to begin a portion of the nearly $3 billion expansion project during the second half of 2017. Williams »

Environmental Activists Arrested Following Canada-U.S. Crude Oil Pipeline Disruptions

Several environmental activists have been arrested following a series of disruptions to pipelines carrying oil from Canada to the U.S., according to news accounts. According to Bloomberg, at least nine arrests were made after valves for five pipelines were closed in Washington, Minnesota, Montana and North Dakota. A group called “Climate Direct Action” claimed responsibility for the disruptions, saying »

Energy Transfer Partners Hopeful on Dakota Access Pipeline Project after Latest Court Win

Energy Transfer Partners says it “looks forward to a prompt resumption of construction” of a section of the Dakota Access Pipeline near the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe Reservation in North Dakota, following a new court decision. A federal appeals court ruling on Sunday dissolved an administrative injunction that had temporarily suspended construction on the crude-oil pipeline near the proposed crossing »

U.S. Government Halts Part of Dakota Access Oil Pipeline Project Despite Court Ruling

The U.S. Government is halting construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline in North Dakota, even though a federal judge on Friday denied a request by the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe to grant a temporary injunction to block construction. The U.S. Department of Justice, Department of the Army and Department of the Interior issued a joint statement saying construction »

Wheeling But Not Dealing: Enterprise Products Partners Withdraws Bid for Williams

Enterprise Products Partners LP has withdrawn its bid for rival pipeline giant The Williams Companies Incorporated, saying there is “no actionable path going forward” as a result of rumors swirling around the takeover/merger talks and a “lack of engagement by Williams.” But Williams said Friday it was surprised by the announcement, adding it was “engaged in the process of »

ExxonMobil’s 10 Top-Valued Projects Chained to Sinking Prices of Commodities, LNG

Friday morning witnessed an easily overlooked milestone in the recent economic recovery: Exxon Mobil Corporation (NYSE:XOM) (Irving, Texas) was surpassed in market value by Facebook (NASDAQ:FB) (Menlo Park, California) and Amazon.com (NASDAQ:AMZN) (Seattle, Washington), making it the last oil & gas company to leave the world’s five most valuable companies, which are now inhabited entirely »

WorleyParsons' 10 Top-Valued Projects Navigate Stormy Global LNG, Mining Markets

Global engineering and consultation leader WorleyParsons (North Sydney, Australia) is facing as many barriers as it is opportunities, as the waxing and waning fortunes of the liquefied natural gas (LNG) market remain the biggest driver behind the company's services. Industrial Info is tracking $213.21 billion in projects involving WorleyParsons in some capacity, almost half of which are attributed to »