Pipelines

8 Arrested in Protest Over Line 3 Pipeline Project

Eight people were arrested during a protest against the Enbridge Line 3 Replacement Project.

Kinder Morgan Announces Commercial In-Service for New Pipeline

The Permian Highway Pipeline began full commercial in-service on January 1.

Enbridge Line 3 Pipeline Opponents Sue to Shut Down Minnesota Construction

Opponents of the Enbridge Line 3 Pipeline Project sue over environmental concerns.

INGAA, API Laud Congressional Passage of PIPES Act

The Interstate Natural Gas Association of America and the American Petroleum Institute applaud Congress for passing the PIPES Act.

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.

ISCO Industries

ISCO Industries Inc., is now a national distributor of Aquatherm polypropylene piping systems.

Trans Mountain Agrees to Reroute Pipeline Around Indigenous Area

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

Oregon City Completes In-Pipe Hydropower Project

The City of Hillsboro, Ore., has completed a project that generates electricity by harvesting excess pressure from a city water pipeline.

Illinois Approves Dakota Access Pipeline Expansion

The Energy Transfer’s request to expand the Dakota Access Pipeline has been approved by Illinois regulators.

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.

CenterPoint Seeks Cost Recovery for Completed $240 Million Pipeline Modernization Plan

Southern Indiana Gas and Electric, a CenterPoint Energy subsidy, has filed a rate request seeking to cover costs of a 7-year gas pipeline modernization plan.

Centurion Group Awarded Keystone XL Contract

Alberta-based Centurion Group announced that its Site Resource Group has been awarded a contract for work on the U.S. portion of TC Energy's Keystone XL Pipeline.

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.

T.D. Williamson Crews Isolate Burning NGL Pipeline for Repair

Crews at T.D. Williamson isolated a ruptured 14-inch NGL pipeline, while gas continued to flare off, enabling them to repair the system while it remained in service.

Inland Pipe Rehabilitation Announces Acquisition of Murphy Pipeline Contractors

Inland Pipe Rehabilitation announced it has completed the acquisition of Murphy Pipeline Contractors.

Vermeer Introduces New Reclaimer for Large-Diameter Pipe HDD Projects

Vermeer has launched a new reclaimer designed for HDD projects with large-diameter pipes.

Michigan Governor Announces $500 Million Water Infrastructure Plan

The governor of Michigan has announced a $500 million dollar plan to upgrade the state's water and wastewater infrastructure.

Study Predicts $52 Billion in Water Utility Trenchless Technology Investments over Next Decade

A new study by Bluefield Research expects the economic recession combined with aging water infrastructure across the country will spur over $50 billion in trenchless technology investments.

Northwest Pipe Company to Provide Pipe North Carolina Water Transmission Line

Northwest Pipe Company has been selected to provide the pipe for a steel water pipeline system as part of a water infrastructure upgrade project in North Carolina.

Illinois Regulators Approve Report on Condition of Chicago Gas Distribution Network

Regulators in Illinois have agreed with the conclusion of a report that found a natural gas distribution network replacement program in Chicago from Peoples Gas will increase public and customer safety.

Utah Asks U.S. to Delay Decision on Underground Water Pipeline

Facing opposition from six states that rely on the Colorado River for water for their cities and farms, Utah asked the federal government to delay a fast-track approval process for building an underground pipeline that would transport billions of gallons of water to the southwest part of the state.

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.

How to Build a Customized Excavation Protective System

Some excavation projects are clear-cut and just require selecting the right excavation protective system for the job. Other projects, such as deep or complex trenches, need a custom-engineered solution.

Ulliman Schutte, Brown and Caldwell Awarded Sewer Rehabilitation Contract in D.C.

Ulliman Schutte and Brown and Caldwell have been awarded a contract by DC Water to rehabilitate a key component of Washington D.C's sewer system.

Aegion Corporation Wins $8 Million Texas Wastewater Rehab Contract

Insituform, a subsidiary of Aegion, announced it has been awarded an $8 million large-diameter wastewater pipeline rehabilitation contract in Southwest Texas.