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U.S. Natural Gas Pipeline Projects Races to Meet Booming Demand

America's oil and gas fields are crying out for more pipelines. The Permian Basin--and, to a lesser extent, the Marcellus and Utica shale plays--have developed…

Energy | Natural Gas | Oil | Crude Oil | Pipelines | Midstream | Oil & Gas | Terminals | Exports | LNG | LNG Projects | NatGas

William Ploch

Wed Oct 31 2018

Hurricane Florence Temporarily Idles Coal Export Terminals on U.S. Eastern Coast

The U.S. Mid-Atlantic region already has endured more weather-related devastation than it has seen in years after Hurricane Florence made landfall on the Carolina…

hurricanes | hurricane florence | florence | Coal | Exports | Terminals | trade | Fossil Fuel

William Ploch

Mon Sep 17 2018

Hurricane Irma Threatens Florida's Power Infrastructure, Terminals

Hurricane Irma hit Florida on Sunday, leaving a path of a path of destruction that could involve years of recovery. Industrial Info is tracking more…

Hurricane Irma | Florida | Power | Terminals | Jacksonville | Santo Domingo

Industrial Info

Mon Sep 11 2017

U.S. Natural Gas Pipeline Projects Races to Meet Booming Demand

America's oil and gas fields are crying out for more pipelines. The Permian Basin--and, to a lesser extent, the Marcellus and Utica shale plays--have developed so rapidly that producers could be forced to trim output, since they lack the takeaway capacity to ship their product. Kinder Morgan, Enbridge, Enable, Williams and other midstream companies are jockeying for the resulting business »

Hurricane Florence Temporarily Idles Coal Export Terminals on U.S. Eastern Coast

The U.S. Mid-Atlantic region already has endured more weather-related devastation than it has seen in years after Hurricane Florence made landfall on the Carolina coast early Friday, and comparisons with Hurricane Harvey's effect on the Texas Gulf Coast last year are multiplying. But there's at least one major difference: The effect on gas supplies and prices have been minimal, »

Hurricane Irma Threatens Florida's Power Infrastructure, Terminals

Hurricane Irma hit Florida on Sunday, leaving a path of a path of destruction that could involve years of recovery. Industrial Info is tracking more than 1,200 industrial plants and more than $27 billion in active projects in Florida that could be affected. "The storm has the potential to affect every power plant in the state," said Britt Burt, »