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  1. Atlantic Coast Pipeline signs construction contract with Spring Ridge Constructors

    Atlantic Coast Pipeline , LLC, which has proposed a 600-mile natural gas transmission pipeline to bring much-needed energy to Virginia and North Carolina, today announced it has signed a construction contract with Spring Ridge Constructors, LLC (SRC), a joint venture of leading natural gas pipeline construction companies. Comprised of Price Gregory International, Inc., a Quanta Services, Inc. (NYSE: PWR) company; U.S. Pipeline, Inc.; SMPC, LLC; and Rockford Corporation, a Primoris Services Corporation (NASDAQ: PRIM) company, the joint venture will serve as the Atlantic Coast Pipeline's lead construction contractor. Watch this informative video about the Atlantic Coast Pipeline! Pending approval by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC), the Atlantic Coast Pipeline (ACP) would run from Harrison County, W.Va., southeast through Virginia with a lateral extension to Chesapeake, Va., and then south through eastern North Carolina to Robeson County. If approved, construction is scheduled to begin in the fall of 2017. According to economic impact studies conducted in 2015, the project's construction is expected to generate more than 17,000 jobs, $2.7 billion in total economic activity and $4.2 million in average annual tax revenue for cities and counties in the project area. SRC was selected as the most-qualified contractor for the project after an extensive, competitive bidding process conducted by Atlantic Coast Pipeline, LLC. The four SRC companies account for a significant portion of the large-diameter natural gas pipeline construction spread capacity in the U.S. "We are excited to work with SRC, which has assembled four of the nation's leading and most-qualified pipeline builders for this project," said Diane Leopold, president of Dominion Energy . "These companies have extensive experience in building large-scale, complex projects like the Atlantic Coast Pipeline, and their commitment to safe construction practices and best-in-class standards align with our expectations for the project." "The selection of our lead construction contractor is another significant milestone for the Atlantic Coast Pipeline and represents one more step toward making this project a reality and securing the energy future of our region," Leopold added. "SRC is pleased to have been selected by ACP as the constructor of this vital project which serves to strengthen the nation's energy infrastructure," said Dan Plume, SRC project director. "The members of SRC are aligned in purpose with the common goals of safe construction practices, a commitment to environmental stewardship and quality construction. The SRC team leads the industry with a combined 200 years of expertise and leadership in the construction of large diameter pipelines that encompass all regions and terrains across North America. We are also excited about the positive economic impact this project will have in communities across these three states, where SRC and its subcontractors expect to hire thousands of local workers and enlist the services of many local businesses." In another significant milestone for the project, in early August FERC issued a Notice of Schedule, which established the timeline for the remainder of the project's federal environmental review process. Based on FERC's schedule, ACP expects to receive a FERC certificate in the late summer or fall of 2017, with construction beginning shortly thereafter. ACP anticipates completing construction and bringing the pipeline into service in late 2019. ACP is working with its contractors to evaluate the possibility of bringing on more crews and working on more simultaneous spreads in order to complete construction sooner. This analysis is expected to be finalized over the next few months. Atlantic Coast Pipeline, LLC is composed of four major U.S. energy companies – Dominion, Duke Energy, Piedmont Natural Gas and Southern Company Gas. The joint venture partners plan to build and own the $4.5 billion-to-$5 billion pipeline, which would help meet the growing clean energy needs of Virginia and North Carolina by providing direct access to low-cost, abundant supplies of natural gas being produced in the nearby Marcellus and Utica shale basins of West Virginia, Pennsylvania and Ohio.

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    Wed, 21 Sep 2016

  2. Atlantic Coast Pipeline hires main construction contractor

    Atlantic Coast Pipeline LLC, which has proposed a 600-mile, 1.5-bcfd natural gas transmission pipeline to bring Marcellus-Utica shale gas to Virginia and North Carolina, has signed a construction contract with Spring Ridge Constructors LLC, a joint venture of pipeline construction companies Price ...

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    Thu, 22 Sep 2016

  3. Dominion Midstream completes acquisition of stake in Iroquois Gas Transmission System

    Dominion Midstream Partners LP has closed its acquisition of a 25.93% ownership interest in Iroquois Gas Transmission System LP. Dominion Midstream issued approximately 8.6 million common units to affiliates of National Grid plc and New Jersey Resources Corp. to acquire their ownership interests in ...

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    Wed, 30 Sep 2015

  4. CPUC penalizes PG&E $1.6B for deadly San Bruno gas pipeline blast

    The California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) orders Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) shareholders to pay $1.6 billion for the unsafe operation of its gas transmission system , including the deadly 2010 blast in San Bruno, Calif.

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    Fri, 10 Apr 2015

  1. Wiilliams files for Transco gas pipeline expansion

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    Fri, 2 Sep 2016

  2. EagleClaw advances midstream growth plans in Delaware basin

    EagleClaw Midstream Ventures LLC, Midland, Tex., has entered a deal to acquire Houston-based PennTex Midstream Partners LLC subsidiary PennTex Permian LLC as part of an ongoing strategy to expand gathering, compression, treating, processing, and transportation services for producers in the ...

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    Thu, 4 Aug 2016

  3. Oil & Gas News: EagleClaw Midstream Ventures to Acquire PennTex Permian

    Primarily located in Reeves County, Texas, PennTex Permian’s assets include a cryogenic processing plant with the capacity to process 60 million cubic feet of natural gas per day, approximately 90 miles of gathering pipeline and approximately 35 miles of condensate pipeline.

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    Fri, 5 Aug 2016

  4. Lundin to take role of TAG Oil chief operating officer

    Henrik Lundin has been named chief operating officer of TAG Oil Ltd., where he’ll work from the company’s operations office in New Plymouth, New Zealand. The move is effective June 27.

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    Tue, 21 Jun 2016

  5. La Paloma Says 965-MW California Plant May Shut Without Help

    The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission will post a notice in the June 28 Federal Register about a June 17 complaint from La Paloma Generating Co. LLC against the California Independent System Operator (CAISO).

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    Mon, 27 Jun 2016

  6. EagleClaw Midstream Ventures to acquire PennTex Permian

    EagleClaw Midstream Ventures LLC has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire PennTex Permian LLC, a wholly-owned subsidiary of PennTex Midstream Partners LLC.

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    Thu, 4 Aug 2016

  7. Oil & Gas News: Vaquero Midstream Southern Delaware Basin plant successfully commissioned

    Vaquero Midstream has announced the successful commissioning of its Caymus I Natural Gas Processing Facility in Pecos County, Texas, supported by long-term commitments with major producers in the area.

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    Tue, 5 Jul 2016

  8. Vaquero Midstream commissions Delaware basin gas plant

    Vaquero Midstream LLC, The Woodlands, Tex., has commissioned its Caymus I natural gas processing plant in Pecos County, Tex., in the southern Delaware basin.

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    Thu, 7 Jul 2016

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