Tag: Energy Transfer

FERC approves ETP Rover natural gas pipeline from Penn to Ontario

FERC approves ETP Rover natural gas pipeline from Penn to Ontario

Rover natural gas pipeline valued at $4.2 billion Feb 3 (Reuters) – U.S. energy regulators late on Thursday approved construction of EnergyTransfer Partners LP’s Rover natural gas pipeline from Pennsylvania to Ontario, according to a filing made available on Friday. The 3.25 billion cubic feet per day project is one of several awaiting decisions from […]

By February 3, 2017 0 Comments Read More →
Energy Transfer Partners files motion to halt Dakota Access environmental study

Energy Transfer Partners files motion to halt Dakota Access environmental study

Standing Rock Sioux confident Dakota Access study would support claim By Liz Hampton HOUSTON, Jan 17 (Reuters) – Energy Transfer Partners has filed a motion to bar the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers from initiating an environmental study for its controversial Dakota Access pipeline crossing at Lake Oahe in North Dakota. Energy Transfer Partners requested […]

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Only the hardiest remain at Dakota Access protest camp

Only the hardiest remain at Dakota Access protest camp

Dakota Access protest camp down to about 1,000 people By Valerie Volcovici CANNON BALL, N.D., Dec 18 (Reuters) – Two weeks after a victory in their fight against theDakota Access Pipeline, most protesters have cleared out of the main protest camp in NorthDakota – but about 1,000 are still there, and plan to remain through the […]

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Dakota Access pipeline to be completed despite protests, Kelcy Warren tells PBS

Dakota Access pipeline to be completed despite protests, Kelcy Warren tells PBS

Dakota Access pipeline protests “not peaceful”: Warren NEW YORK, Nov 17 (Reuters) – The company behind the controversial Dakota Access crude pipeline will seek to complete the project even if protests against its construction continue, its chief executive told the PBS NewsHour television news program late on Wednesday. “This is not a peaceful protest,” said […]

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Energy Transfer says not slowing Dakota Access Pipeline construction

Energy Transfer says not slowing Dakota Access Pipeline construction

Dakota Access Pipeline contested by Native Americans, environmentalists By Liz Hampton Nov 8 (Reuters) – Energy Transfer Partners LP on Tuesday said it was not slowing down construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline that is contested by environmentalists and Native Americans groups. The owners of the oil pipeline on Tuesday said it was moving equipment to prepare […]

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Protesters slam Dakota Access Pipeline but company ‘committed’

Protesters slam Dakota Access Pipeline but company ‘committed’

US Justice Dep’t blocked Dakota Access Pipeline project By Rich McKay ATLANTA, Sept 13 (Reuters) – Holding signs and banners and chanting “Oil Kills,” protesters in Atlanta and other U.S. cities on Tuesday shouted support for Native American activists trying to stop construction of a North Dakota pipeline they say will desecrate sacred land and pollute […]

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Six Williams Cos directors resign after failing to oust CEO

Six Williams Cos directors resign after failing to oust CEO

Williams Cos shares down in trading By Michael Erman and Michael Flaherty June 30 (Reuters) – Six of Williams Cos Inc’s directors, including the pipeline company’s chairman, resigned on Thursday after a failed attempt to oust Chief Executive Alan Armstrong, three sources familiar with the matter told Reuters. The resignations from the company’s 13-member board […]