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Could Philadelphia Become 'Cushing East'?
(Friday, May 17, 2013) A crude-by-rail terminal under development near Philadelphia could become an East Coast oil trading hub.
Saskatchewan Premier Pitches Carbon Capture Tech to U.S.
(Wednesday, May 15, 2013) Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall says the province has game-changing carbon capture technology and he's trying to sell the idea to the world. Wall spoke Tuesday at an annual carbon capture conference in Pittsburgh.
Egypt's Citadel Signs Deal to Build Fuel Bunkering Terminal
(Tuesday, May 14, 2013) A unit of Egyptian private equity firm Citadel Capital has signed a 25-year concession agreement to build Egypt's first independent tank terminal.
With Pipelines on Hold, Oil Storage Services Boom
(Monday, May 13, 2013) A combination of growing oil sands production and congested pipelines is creating new opportunities for midstream companies.
JTC Calls for Soil Study for Singapore Megafloat Project
(Monday, May 13, 2013) Ground preparations are about to get underway for Singapore's first floating oil storage facility on Pulau Sebarok.
Kinder Morgan to Build Houston Ship Channel Dock
(Monday, May 13, 2013) Kinder Morgan Energy Partners will invest $106 million to purchase approximately 20 acres adjacent to its Pasadena, Texas, terminal, build nine new tanks at its Galena Park terminal and build a new barge dock in the Houston Ship Channel.
Mile-Long Crude-Laden Trains Ride Rails Toward Delaware City
(Thursday, May 09, 2013) Mile-long trains, sometimes two a day, carrying brand-new tankers filled with crude oil from the tar sands region of Canada have begun snaking along the Susquehanna River through Lancaster County, Pa.
Enbridge to Add Facilities at Cheecham Terminal for Surmont Phase 2
(Wednesday, May 08, 2013) Enbridge will expand existing infrastructure at its Cheecham Terminal to accommodate incremental bitumen production from Surmont's Phase 2 expansion.
Alberta, Saskatchewan Remain Committed To Carbon Capture
(Tuesday, May 07, 2013) Alberta and Saskatchewan remain committed to CCS projects, which they believe will allow their provinces to continue their reliance on a fossil-fuel economy.
Oil Tank Explodes in Louisiana
(Friday, May 03, 2013) An oil tank has exploded in Louisiana near Baton Rouge.
Enterprise to Add SE Texas Oil Storage, Distribution Capacity
(Friday, May 03, 2013) Enterprise Products Partners L.P. Thursday announced plans to significantly expand its crude oil storage and distribution infrastructure serving the Southeast Texas refinery market.
TransCanada Plans C$900 Mln Pipeline, Terminal in Alberta
(Thursday, May 02, 2013) TransCanada said it has reached binding shipping agreements allowing it to advance plans for a pipeline and terminal facility in Alberta that will help link Canadian crude oil resources in the province to markets in eastern Canada and the U.S.
CP Railway Wary of Betting on Oil
(Thursday, May 02, 2013) Canadian Pacific Railway Ltd. isn't sure how long the growth in transporting crude oil by rail will last, so it will stay cautious on its capital spending.
Poll: UK Intervention in Storage Should Be Minimal
(Wednesday, May 01, 2013) Implementing measures to encourage new gas storage would be disruptive to the British gas market and the UK Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) should refrain from such steps, participants polled by ICIS have said.
Total's Pilot Plant Boosts CCS
(Wednesday, May 01, 2013) Total's CCS plant at Lacq in southwest France is one of the largest in the world.
NE England County Council Rejects Tanker Depot Plans
(Friday, April 26, 2013) Plans to build a fuel tanker depot on greenbelt land in County Durham have been rejected by councillors as residents fear it could lead to a disastrous explosion.
Fires Out on Barges in Mobile, Ala., After Blasts
(Thursday, April 25, 2013) A spark that ignited residual gas vapors is likely what set off a series of blasts on two barges in the Mobile River Wednesday night, the U.S. Coast Guard said Thursday.
Market Sources: UK Intervention in Storage Should Be Minimal
(Wednesday, April 24, 2013) The UK Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) should refrain from implementing measures to encourage further natural gas storage that would be disruptive to the British gas market, participants polled by ICIS have said.
Tesoro, Savage Plan Crude-by-Rail Facility in Washington State
(Monday, April 22, 2013) A JV between Tesoro and Savage plans to develop and operate a new 120,000-bpd crude-by-rail unloading and marine loading facility at the Port of Vancouver, Wash., subject to approval by regulatory agencies and Port Commissioners.
On Heels of UK Govt Decision, Gas Storage Project Backers Could Appeal
(Wednesday, April 17, 2013) A project to create 60 jobs by piping liquid gas from Anglesey to England is in jeopardy after the UK Government rejected the gas storage plan.