Oil/Gas Pipelines

No One Hurt in Oklahoma Gas Explosion

A gas pipeline exploded in Oklahoma. No injuries were reported.

Multiple Bids to Stop Enbridge’s Line 3 Replacement Rejected

Bids to stop the Enbridge Line 3 replacement project were rejected because the groups were unable to prove that the project will cause harm.

Supreme Court to Hear New Jersey Natural Gas Pipeline Case

The Supreme Court will hear an appeal involving a 116-mile natural gas pipeline to be built on state-controlled land.

Report: Gas Pipeline Builder Changed Plans Without Approval

A report found that Vermont Gas made several changes to an approved construction plan for a gas pipeline without informing the Public Utility Commission.

NTSB Investigates Deadly House Fire Involving Gas Pipeline

An Oklahoma deadly house fire involving a gas pipeline is under investigation by the National Transportation Safety Board.

Great Lakes Oil Pipeline Tunnel Permits Approved

The Great Lakes Oil Pipeline replacement has been approved by Michigan's environmental agency.

Court Upholds Order for Dakota Access Environmental Review

A court order requires an environmental impact review to assess the environmental concerns surrounding The Dakota Access pipeline.

Biden Addresses Climate Crisis by Pausing Oil and Gas Leasing

President Joe Biden signed executive orders to reduce fossil fuels and by doing so, paused oil and gas leasing on federal land.

Mountain Valley Pipeline Changes Strategy on Permits

Mountain Valley Pipeline plans to abandon its blanket permit and instead apply for individual approvals.

Natural Gas Terminal Plans Hit Snag Over Permit

A natural gas pipeline has hit a snag with federal regulators.

Routes Approved for Wyoming CO2 Pipelines

The U.S. government has approved routes for a large network of carbon dioxide pipelines.

Biden Revokes Keystone XL Pipeline Permit

President Joe Biden's Day One plans included revoking the presidential permit for the Keystone XL Pipeline, an $8 billion trans-border project stretching from Canada to the U.S.

ICC Approved Ameren Illinois’ Natural Gas Modernization Plan

Ameren Illinois has been approved for its natural gas modernization plan which will increase the company's technology usage and pipeline replacements.

A Pipeline Path through National Forrest Approved

The U.S. Forest Service approved a 3.5 mile pipeline project that will route through part of a national forrest.

Precision Pipeline Selected to Help Construct Keystone XL

TC Energy selected Precision Pipeline the help with the construction of the Keystone XL Pipeline.

Vortex Companies Acquires North American Pipeline And Expands Trenchless Services

New Jersey based trenchless services contractor will expand Vortex geographical and service footprint to include Mid-Atlantic region.

Gas Pipeline Project Halted Amid Pandemic

A gas pipeline from New Mexico to Texas has stopped construction due to COVID-19.

Enbridge to Begin Line 3 Replacement Project

Enbridge has received all permits and approvals needed to begin the company's Line 3 Replacement Project.

Consumers Energy Completes Four-Year Saginaw Trail Pipeline Project

Consumers Energy completed the construction of the Saginaw Trail Pipeline to upgrade 90 miles of natural gas pipelines and infrastructure in Michigan.

Canada Energy Regulators Support NOVA Mainline Expansion Project

NOVA Gas Transmission's Edson Mainline Expansion Project that involves approximately 85 km of natural gas pipeline loops awaits approval from the federal Cabinet.

New Fusion Guides for Gas Piping Available from PPI

The Plastics Pipe Institute released two new technical reports that discuss steps for the fusion of polyethylene and PA12 pipe.

$56M Settlement Approved in Massachusetts Gas Explosions

A $56 million settlement was approved between Massachusetts and Columbia Gas of Massachusetts, the utility responsible for a series of explosions and fires.

Trans Mountain Agrees to Reroute Pipeline Around Indigenous Area

A portion of Canada's Trans Mountain pipeline will be rerouted.

Energy Pipeline Construction, Market Trends

The COVID-19 crisis has dramatically affected oil and gas production and demand, leaving no midstream oil and gas markets untouched as drilling screeched to a halt, pipeline projects were sidelined and global storage neared capacity in a stark reversal of trends at the start of 2020.

Callahan Pipeline Completion Announced in Northeast Florida

Peninsula Pipeline Company, Inc. along with SeaCoast Gas Transmission have completed the Callahan Intrastate Pipeline in Northeast Florida, bringing additional natural gas capacity to Nassau and Duval Counties.

Yes, Joe Biden Really Does Want to End the Oil and Gas Industry in America

The Biden energy plan has dire consequences for our industry and the entire American economy.

Explosion at Thai PTT Gas Line Kills Three, Injures 28

A gas pipeline exploded in Thailand on Thursday killing three people and injuring 28.

Kleinfelder Completes Acquisition of Gas Transmission Systems

San Diego-based Kleinfelder Group said it has acquired utilities and pipeline services firm Gas Transmission Systems (GTS) for an undisclosed sum.

EPA Eliminates Methane Emission Restrictions for Pipelines

The new Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) rule, freeing interstate pipelines from Obama-era rules that set volatile organic chemical (VOC) and methane emission restrictions, is headed for a federal court date.

Army Corps Proposes New Pipeline Permit

The Army Corps of Engineers is moving to make changes in its Nationwide Permit 12, which allows pipelines whose construction poses minimal impact on wetlands to enter a simple, quick regulatory permit approval process.