Current Issue: June 2024, Vol. 251, No. 6

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Editor's Notebook

Editor’s Notebook: Permian’s New Kid on the Block?

As the 580-mile Matterhorn Express prepares to go into service next quarter, a new long-haul gas pipeline is looking to step forward as the next major Gulf Coast midstream project.

Government

Pipeline Customers Push for Lower Prices Amid Regulatory Challenges

Pipeline customers have stimulated a two-pronged political attack on interstate pipeline pricing directed at the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) and Congress.

Features

Gulf Coast CCUS Draws New Entrants as Projects Advance

The carbon capture, utilization and storage (CCUS) industry on the U.S. Gulf Coast is evolving as projects slowly progress and new players move in. Their entry could help spur development of the industry, which is already advanced on the Gulf Coast, compared with most other parts of the world, except for the North Sea.

Uganda Optimistic About Timely Finish of Revised $5 Billion, 897-Mile EACOP Pipeline

Uganda has attributed the spike in the cost of construction for the 897-mile (1,443-km) East African Crude Oil Pipeline (EACOP) to the government’s resolve to make the new project more climate responsive.

Pipeline Integrity: Improving Data to Identify Selective Seam Weld Corrosion

Learn about the importance of detecting and managing Selective Seam Weld Corrosion (SSWC) in pipelines. Discover how advanced technologies like SpirALL MFL are helping ensure pipeline safety and integrity.

Leak Detection: Navigating Industry Evolution Through Adaptive Technology

To maintain innovation and growth while avoiding potential disruption, the governing bodies responsible for regulation and processes within the pipeline industry are expected to anticipate change and implement the appropriate solutions.

Mega-Deals Reshaping How Midstream Business Is Done

Explore how mega-deals are reshaping the midstream oil and gas industry, providing growth and stability amid regulatory challenges and limited organic expansion opportunities.

Geospatial Analytics: Predictions, Trends, and A.I. Applications for Pipeline Management

Geospatial analytics is revolutionizing pipeline management for oil and gas companies, enabling efficient monitoring of vast infrastructure. Utilizing A.I.-powered technologies, this approach detects potential leaks, encroachments, and chemical traces, ensuring early detection and minimizing environmental impact.

Global News

Global News June 2024

Latest industry developments from around the world!

Projects

Projects June 2024

FERC reapproves GTN pipeline expansion; DeLa Express seeks FERC approval; Williams cancels New Jersey pipeline project; Venice extension project gets approval; Biden administration requests Enbridge review; Black Bear's Ozark project operational.