Oil/Gas Pipelines Construction

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

Scrapped Vegas Pipeline Plan Looms Amid Swamp Cedar Debate

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

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 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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

Nearly $14 Billion Ready to Invest in Post-COVID Economic Recovery — Report

A new report from the Consumer Energy Alliance details nearly $14 billion worth of economic activity is being threatened by delays, obstructions and cancellations of pipeline infrastructure projects.

U.S. Department of Interior Requests Expedited Environmental Reviews for Energy Projects from Trump Administration

The U.S. Department of Interior has asked the Trump Administration to fast track environmental reviews for several major energy and infrastructure projects, including LNG facilities and pipelines.

Michels Corporation Selected by TC Energy to Build Facilities on Keystone XL

Michels has been selected by TC Energy to build several pump stations along the Keystone XL pipeline.

Equitrans Expects Completion of Mountain Valley Pipeline by Early 2021

Equitrans Midstream is confident it will be able to bring its Mountain Valley natural gas pipeline into service by early 2021.

Work Completed on World’s Longest Hydraulically Inserted Pipe

The world's longest hydraulically inserted pipe has been installed nearly 100 feet below the Humber River in Northern England.

TC Energy Selects Michels Canada to Build Keystone XL Pipeline in Canada

Michels Canada has announced that the company has been selected by TC Energy to construct the Canadian portion of the Keystone XL pipeline.

Federal Court Decision Threatens Pipeline Work Around Wetlands

Pipeline construction in and around wetlands faces a major, new legal impediment, given the significant, mid-April decision by a federal district court in Montana.

U.S. Supreme Court Sides with Atlantic Coast Pipeline in Appalachian Trail Dispute

The Supreme Court on Monday paved the way for a critical permit for the Atlantic Coast natural gas pipeline to cross under the Appalachian Trail, siding with energy companies and the Trump administration.

U.S. Judge Revises Environmental Ruling on Pipeline Permits

A U.S. Judge partially revised a ruling that blocked pipeline crossings below streams and waterways, allowing crossings for utility and maintenance projects but continuing to require permits for pipeline construction projects.

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