Pembina Pipeline Announces Action Plan Amid COVID-19 Pandemic

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Pembina Pipeline Announces Action Plan Amid COVID-19 Pandemic

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic and the recent significant decline in global energy prices, Calgary-based Pembina Pipeline Corp. announced on March 18 its plans to protect its stakeholders. The company’s action plan is focused on protecting the health of its employees and communities, as well as ensuring a decisive response for customers and investors

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Pipeline Operators Ask Oil Companies to Stop Production

Pipeline operators with full storage tanks are asking some Texas oil companies to stop production as the ongoing price war between Russia and Saudi Arabia has exacerbated a global supply while the pandemic has dramatically cut global demand. In a Saturday morning tweet, Texas Railroad Commissioner Ryan Sitton, one of three officials elected to oversee

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COVID-19 Outbreak Hits New Mexico Hard

With the price of oil wallowing beneath $30 per barrel for almost a month, some of the lowest prices in the last decade, the industry in New Mexico suffered from capital reductions and threats of layoffs. The state announced the global spread of coronavirus and subsequent respiratory illness COVID-19 reached New Mexico in recent weeks,

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Tidewater: Pipeline Sale to Provide Protection

A deal to sell its Pioneer Pipeline will help insulate Calgary-based Tidewater Midstream and Infrastructure Ltd. from a “severe downturn” that’s afflicted the energy industry for the past three years, the company’s CEO said Thursday. The proposed $255-million sale by operator Tidewater and 50 per cent partner TransAlta Corp. of the 131-kilometre natural gas pipeline

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The Pipeline Industry is Constantly Changing

The pipeline industry has been at the forefront of innovation and technological change for many decades. From finding new ways to safeguard the integrity of pipelines and reduce their environmental footprint to getting the best value for our resources, pipeline companies continue to make their mark innovating as part of their commitment to continuous improvement.

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Work to Resume on Coastal GasLink Pipeline

Work is expected to resume on a natural gas pipeline in British Columbia that has been at the center of protests that have disrupted both rail and road traffic in many parts of the country. It follows a proposed arrangement that was reached Sunday during talks in Smithers, B.C., involving Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs and senior

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Shell Looks to Expand Mars Crude Pipeline System

Shell Midstream Partners LP announced that it is considering expanding its 163-mile-long Mars crude oil pipeline in the Gulf of Mexico, the company said in a Thursday earnings call, as the current system nears capacity according to Reuters. SHLX, formed by Shell to own and operate pipelines and other midstream assets, said that interest from

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7 Surprising Uses for Petroleum Products

About 50 percent of the oil we use goes into making gasoline; in fact, about 70 percent is used for transportation in general. Surprisingly, though, oil and its byproducts also go into making a whole host of other products that you likely use daily. Chewing Gum Ever wonder where that soft, chewy quality comes from?

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Greece, Cyprus, Israel Sign EastMed Gas Pipeline Deal

Greece, Cyprus, and Israel have signed an agreement to construct a 1,900-kilometer undersea pipeline to carry natural gas from the eastern Mediterranean to Europe and potentially help the continent reduce its dependency on Russia for energy supplies. The deal comes as Russia prepares to start pumping gas this year through two new pipelines to Europe

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Where Are Pipelines Located? Almost Everywhere

Pipelines exist almost everywhere. Natural gas is delivered directly to homes in relatively small-diameter distribution lines buried under the street and even backyards. Larger cross-country transmission pipelines delivering gasoline, home heating oil, or moving crude oil or natural gas are actually easier to find. Nearly the entire mainline pipe is buried, but other pipeline components,

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