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December 20, 2012
17:00 EDTD, WPZCaiman in $1.5B JV with Dominion to develop midstream assets
EnCap Flatrock also announced that midstream portfolio company Caiman Energy II has entered into an agreement with Dominion (D) to form a $1.5B joint venture that will provide midstream services to natural gas producers operating in the Utica shale in Ohio and Pennsylvania. Caiman Energy II and Dominion are expected to close on the formation of Blue Racer Midstream, LLC by the end of the year. Caiman will contribute up to $800M in equity commitments from sources that include EnCap Flatrock Midstream, Williams Partners (WPZ) and Highstar Capital. EnCap Flatrock will support Blue Racer by contributing up to $285M to Caiman Energy II, with Williams Partners contributing up to $380M, Highstar Capital contributing up to $95M, and Caimanís management group contributing up to $40M. Dominion will contribute gathering and processing assets including Dominion East Ohioís rich gas gathering system and the Natrium Extraction Plant currently under construction in Marshall County, West Virginia.
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April 17, 2014
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April 9, 2014
13:38 EDTDHouse panel backs bill to expedite gas exports, The Hill says
A House subcommittee today approved a bill that would seek to expedite natural gas exports to U.S. allies, according to The Hill. Companies that are looking to export natural gas from the U.S. include Cheniere Energy (LNG), Sempra (SRE), Dominion (D), BG Group (BRGYY), and Southern Union, which is jointly owned by Energy Transfer Equity (ETE) and Energy Transfer Partners (ETP). Reference Link
April 8, 2014
06:41 EDTDU.S. can do little to get gas to Europe in short-term, NY Times says
Although U.S. politicians are talking about exporting gas to Europe to reduce the continent's dependency on Russia, America can export little gas to Europe in the short-term, according to The New York Times. Moreover, a facility being built by Cheniere Energy (LNG) is the only plant that has received all of the regulatory approvals necessary to export natural gas, and in 2017 it will only be able to handle one-sixth of the total amount of gas exported by Russia to Europe, the newspaper added. Companies that are looking to export natural gas from the U.S. other than Cheniere include Sempra (SRE), Dominion (D), BG Group (BRGYY), and Southern Union, which is jointly owned by Energy Transfer Equity (ETE) and Energy Transfer Partners (ETP). Gazprom (OGZPY) is Russia's largest natural gas exporter. Reference Link
April 7, 2014
16:21 EDTWPZGastar Exploration says Marcellus Shale production temporarily interrupted
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