Energy Market Commentary // Pipelines

A New Day in PA: Initial Impact of Atlantic Sunrise

October 9, 2018 |
Last week, FERC authorized Williams to place the remaining Atlantic Sunrise facilities into service, which they did on October 6th.  This is big news for Northeast Pennsylvania where production growth has been limited by infrastructure constraints, and the facilities...
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Transco Null Point Ushered South by Florence

September 18, 2018 |
Hurricane Florence caused widespread wreckage across large portions of the Atlantic Seaboard over the last week, but fortunately, Transco, the primary source of natural gas deliveries into the region, was able to maintain operations without disruption.  Growing production in...
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A Rising Tide: Lebanon Lifts Dominion South

September 11, 2018 |
Rover recently received FERC approvals to start their Majorsville and Burgettstown laterals, which will bring the project up to its full effective mainline capacity of 3.25 Bcf/d. With so much Appalachian capacity targeting a limited market in the Upper...
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Gas Pipeline Costs Run Higher

September 7, 2018 |
Gas pipeline costs are running higher and higher partially due to rising material and labor costs but also now protracted regulatory battles running legal bills higher.  Before 2010, once a pipeline company secured necessary FERC certificates, it was all...
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Where, Oh Where Does the Permian Flare?

September 5, 2018 |
Permian natural gas flaring has become a hot topic throughout 2018. Natural gas pipeline capacity out of the basin has filled and outright pricing at Waha has fallen to $1.28/MMbtu over the last 7 days (Aug.29 – Sept 4)....
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Congestion Ahead for Haynesville Producers?

August 23, 2018 |
Congestion on the natural gas pipeline grid continues to progress further south as volumes from the Marcellus, Utica, STACK, SCOOP and Canada  fight for limited markets in the Midwest. The result of new pipeline capacity out of Appalachia has...
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