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LNG boom drives local Enbridge pipeline growth

From British Columbia to the Gulf of Mexico, accelerating global trade in liquefied natural gas (LNG) has become a significant growth driver for the...
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Companies plan carbon capture transport to Livingston Parish

Two publicly traded companies have reached an agreement to transport industrial carbon dioxide emissions along the Mississippi River corridor from Jefferson Parish to the...

Pipeline and energy projects must consider environmental impacts

The Biden administration is restoring stricter environmental standards for approving new pipelines, power plants and other construction projects, including requiring consideration of how such...

Venture Global to buy gas from NextEra for Louisiana Plaquemines LNG

Venture Global LNG has agreed to buy natural gas for its Plaquemines LNG export plant in Louisiana, expected to start up in 2024, from...

Federal regulators pull back on plan to assess climate impact of gas pipelines

Amid pushback from industry and lawmakers in both parties, federal energy regulators on March 24 scaled back plans to consider how natural gas projects...

Denbury inks three carbon sequestration agreements in Louisiana

Denbury Inc. recently announced three new lease agreements with large private landowners in Louisiana, securing additional exclusive rights to develop significant carbon dioxide (CO2)...

Audubon Engineering lands LNG pipeline contract in Louisiana

Audubon Engineering Co., with offices in Lafayette, announced last week that it has been awarded a contract to provide engineering and construction management services...

Energy, pipeline companies offer 500 million tons of carbon capture capacity to Louisiana industry

EnLink Midstream and Talos Energy are jointly offering carbon capture, transportation and sequestration for industrial-scale emitters in Louisiana, the companies announced Tuesday. The service offering is focused...
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Pipeline safeguards weren’t working during New Orleans diesel spill

A corroded pipeline that ruptured and spilled 350,000 gallons of diesel fuel into a New Orleans area wetland did not have a fully functioning...

Loren Scott to petrochemical industry: Expect ‘cheap’ natural gas

The Capital Region’s petrochemical industry likely will continue to benefit from low domestic natural gas prices over the next two years, economist Loren Scott...

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