BP Completes Sale of Alaskan Oil and Gas Producing Properties

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Pipeline Leadership Conference Embraces Virtual Platform

The Pipeline Leadership Conference announced that its 2020 event will be presented virtually in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. To address safety concerns and travel restrictions, conference organizers will present the sixth annual conference live through an online platform on November 10, 12, 17 and 19, 2020. The theme for the 2020 Pipeline Leadership Conference


U.S. Senators Want to Stop Completion of Russian Gas Pipeline

A group of bipartisan senators has submitted legislation to stop Russia from completing a controversial undersea natural-gas pipeline to Germany. The five senators, led by Ted Cruz (Republican-Texas) and Jeanne Shaheen (Democrat-New Hampshire), introduced the legislation on June 4 to expand existing sanctions against Nord Stream 2, which would double Russian gas exports to Germany


Dominion Backs Off Plan to Build Natural Gas Pipeline

Dominion Energy no longer plans to build a controversial natural gas pipeline along six miles of the American Tobacco Trail. North Carolina Department of Transportation (NCDOT) Assistant Director of Communications Jamie Kritzer confirmed that the department “learned yesterday that Dominion Energy has rescinded the request to utilize NCDOT right of way along the American Tobacco


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


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