Oil/Gas Pipelines

Florida Declares State of Emergency After Pipeline Shutdown

Florida Governor Ron DeSantis declared a state of emergency after a pipeline was forced to shutdown due to hackers.

Pipeline Officials Hope Most Service will be Back by Weekend

Colonial Pipeline was hit with a cyber attack over the weekend impacting the fuel supply.

Oil Pipeline Builder Agrees to Halt Eminent Domain Lawsuits

An oil pipeline builder has agreed to stop a lawsuit against residents who did not agree to sell land access to build the pipeline.

New Mexico Sets Record for Monthly Royalty Earnings for Oil and Gas Leases

New Mexico sets a record for oil and gas leasing royalties.

Supreme Court Wrestles with New Jersey Pipeline Case

The Supreme Court struggles with resolving a case between New Jersey and PennEast Pipeline involving land needed to build a natural gas pipeline.

New Mexico Sues for Cleanup of Abandoned Wells

New Mexico sues two oil and gas companies for abandoned wells in the state.

Michigan Agency to Include Climate in Tunnel Permit Review

An agency in Michigan delivered a spilt decision over an underground oil pipeline that connects two of the Great Lakes.

Blackouts Cause Oil and Gas Production to Fall in North Dakota

Blackouts in North Dakota caused temporary shut downs for oil and gas production.

Dakota Access Asks for Full Appeals Court Review on Permit

Dakota Access asks for an appeal after the judge ordered a delay in the case.

Judge Orders Delay Amid Debate Over Dakota Access Pipeline

A judge ordered a delay in the decision to potentially shut down the Dakota Access oil pipeline.

Hearing to Decide Fate of Dakota Access Pipeline Permit

A hearing for the Dakota Access Pipeline permit on April 9 will decide whether or not operation will be put on hold.

Regulators Fined Gas Utility $900K for Pipeline Violations

Regulators in Indiana fined CenterPoint for pipeline violations.

Conflict Continues Over Gas Pipeline in the Northeast

A natural gas pipeline to stretch from New Jersey to New York is battling regulatory issues to begin work on the project.

Columbia Gas of Pennsylvania Proposes Aging Infrastructure Upgrades

Columbia Gas of Pennsylvania has proposed infrastructure upgrades to its underground natural gas distribution pipelines.

States Sue to Undo Biden Pause on US Oil & Gas Lease Sales

Several states sue to undo Biden's pause on oil ad gas lease sales.

Texas Oil Company Agrees to Fine for Wastewater Spill

Merit Energy Company is held responsible for a 2018 spill and agrees to pay a $115,000 fine for the damages.

Gas Driller Pays $1.9M for Wetland and Waterway Damages

A natural gas driller in Pennsylvania agrees to pay $1.9 million for construction damages.

FERC Approves Northern Natural’s Pipeline Replacement Project

The Federal Energy Regulation Comission approved a request to replace 87 miles of pipeline in Nebraska and South Dakota.

Indiana Utility Fined $1.1M for Pipeline Safety Violations

An Indiana utility was fined for having pipeline safety violations.

Scrapped Vegas Pipeline Plan Looms Amid Swamp Cedar Debate

State lawmakers advanced a pipeline plan to pipe groundwater from rural Nevada to Las Vegas.

Natural Gas Pipeline Projects Increase U.S. Transportation Capacity

Four natural gas pipeline projects have recently began service throughout the U.S. which increased transportation capacity.

Pipeline Developer Awards Grants to Promote Conservation

The Mountain Valley Pipeline developers have awarded nearly half a million dollars in grants to promote conservation and recreation along parts of the Appalachian Trail.

Montana County Approves Permit for an Under River Pipeline

A permit has been approved in Montana County to build a gas pipeline under the Gallatin River.

Multiple Utility Workers Hurt in Gas Explosion Near Houston

A gas explosion led to several utility workers injured on Friday.

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.