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Gas Sales And Gas Transportation Agreements Pdf Free

No, this is not a sales and use tax on motor fuel, but a motor fuel tax increase. If you have a valid motor fuel tax exemption that allows you to purchase tax-free motor fuel, you will still be allowed to purchase the motor fuel without the tax. Remember, if the fuel is used over the road (i.e. for a taxable purpose), you will be paying the current motor fuel tax with the increase.

Gas Sales And Gas Transportation Agreements Pdf Free

Through CenterPoint Energy's Gas Transportation Service, CenterPoint Energy-approved pool operators in our Indiana (North) territory shall deliver gas supplies needed to satisfy the usage requirements of pool customers in accordance with the applicable program guidelines and rate schedules. Make a selection below to use a variety of resources regarding gas transportation agreements, procedures and more.

Our oil and gas attorneys have more than 30 years of experience in handling all aspects of refinery and other downstream matters, including structuring, negotiating and preparing contracts for commercial transactions. Holland & Knight's in-depth experience includes the negotiation of crude oil supply and transportation agreements, tolling agreements and offtake agreements. The firm also assists refinery owners in land acquisitions and sales associated with refinery plant expansions, along with the creation of buffer zones surrounding the plant, and otherwise rationalizing the real property assets associated with the refinery. Our lawyers also represent clients in plant acquisitions and sales, project development and finance, environmental compliance and joint ventures.

Additionally, extensive heavy industry, project development and energy industry practices are the foundation for our practical knowledge as counselors of petrochemical manufacturers, their institutional investors and companies with similar concerns. We assist petrochemical clients with product lines as diverse as ethylene, chlor-alkali, olefins, polyethylene, and a host of other commodity chemicals and additional products, including industrial equipment pharmaceuticals, high-tech products, forest products and cement. Our attorneys regularly counsel petrochemical clients concerning the formation and structuring of international and national joint ventures, asset acquisitions and dispositions and project finance transactions. We also advise petrochemical clients on the commercial execution side, including with respect to construction and procurement, operations, marketing and sales agreements, and transportation arrangements.

  • Representation of the largest privately held midstream crude oil operator in the Permian Basin in a number of midstream transactions for crude oil gathering, transportation and purchase arrangements with a number of leading producers in the Permian Basin, with an aggregate value in excess of $2 billion

  • Representation of the conflicts committee of American Midstream Partners LP in its $2 billion merger with JP Energy Partners LP

  • Representation of EPIC Midstream in the formation of strategic partnerships with Apache Corp. and Noble Energy for the EPIC crude oil pipeline

  • Representation of Howard Midstream Energy Partners in sale of a terminal asset in Brownsville to Victory Hill

  • Representation of a Permian Basin midstream company in the negotiation of a $950 million long-term crude oil gathering agreement and transportation services agreement with a publicly traded E&P company

  • Representation of GT Logistics in a terminaling agreement with Atlantic Trading & Marketing Inc. as the anchor customer at a large petroleum export terminal in Port Arthur, Texas

  • Representation of a leading midstream company in a 15-year, $189 million construction commitment agreement and pipeline capacity lease with a Midland, Texas-based midstream services provider for crude oil midstream activities in the Permian Basin

  • Representation of Oryx Midstream Services in the acquisition of a subsidiary of PDC Permian Inc., together with execution of two crude oil gathering agreements and a crude petroleum purchase and sale agreement for operations in the Permian Basin

  • Representation of Producers Midstream in its joint venture with a subsidiary of Charger Shale Oil Company LLC to develop midstream assets in the Western Delaware Basin

  • Representation of Castleton Resources LLC (TG Natural Resources) in gas processing and Y-grade purchase and sales agreements with large midstream companies

  • Representation of Southcross Energy in a number of natural gas midstream projects, including gathering, processing, purchase and redelivery agreements, fractionation agreements, gas compression services and products agreements

  • Representation of TransMontaigne Partners LP in a lease, operating agreement and development agreement for the construction and operation of a 1 million-barrel crude oil storage facility in Cushing, Texas

  • Representation of Caliber Midstream Partners in the acquisition of two saltwater disposal wells from Slawson Exploration

  • Representation of a Texas-based, Y-grade pipeline company in the sale of a 36.4 percent interest in Phase II of its 730-mile interstate natural gas liquids pipeline running from New Mexico to Texas, which the buyer will operate as a separate "pipe-within-a-pipe"

  • Representation of Diamondback Energy/Rattler Midstream in the negotiation of a water supply agreement with a municipality for the delivery of potable water produced alongside oil and gas operations

Gas trading was conducted under a framework of bilateral intergovernmental agreements which provided for sales, transit volumes, gas prices, gas storage, and other issues such as the establishment of production joint ventures.[23] Commercial agreements were negotiated between the relevant companies within the guidelines and dictates of that framework and supplemented by annual agreements specifying exact prices and volumes for the following year.[23] Gas sales prices and transit tariffs were determined in relationship to each other.[18]




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