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Mariner East 2 hits snags; QEP boosts Permian presence with $732M purchase

Pa. regulator orders another halt to Mariner East 2 construction

Construction of Sunoco Pipeline LP's Mariner East 2 gas liquids pipeline was halted at a second location, after the company signed a consent order acknowledging that drilling had contaminated at least 14 private water sources, the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection said July 25.

QEP's $732M asset buy to expand Permian net acreage by 50%

QEP Resources Inc. unit QEP Energy Co. agreed to acquire crude oil and natural gas assets in the Permian Basin for $732 million, according to the company's July 26 earnings release.

Sunoco's Mariner East 2 hits snag with judge's ruling to halt valve construction

Sunoco Pipeline LP must halt construction on a portion of its Mariner East 2 liquids pipeline project until the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission decides whether the facility's relocation breached a 2015 agreement, a PUC judge ruled.

TransCanada to expand gas mainline as partners' LNG prospects cool

TransCanada Corp. will bolster its Canadian natural gas mainline that carries the fuel from the nation's shale regions to North American markets amid the cancellation of a major LNG project in British Columbia and a questionable future for a second LNG project in the province.

ONEOK to expand Okla. gas processing facility to aid STACK production growth

ONEOK Inc. is planning to expand its Canadian Valley natural gas processing facility in the STACK play of western Oklahoma to 400 MMcf/d from 200 MMcf/d to aid increasing production growth, according to a July 31 news release.