Exxon pipeline moves forward despite city's protests
- Exxon pipeline to be built. // Underground Construction;Oct98, Vol. 53 Issue 10, p10
Reports on Exxon Pipeline Co. has been granted approval to build a pipeline in Texas.
- Exxon-Friendswood. // Chemical Market Reporter;05/05/97, Vol. 251 Issue 18, p37
Reports that Meredith Kawaguchi, Railroad Commission of Texas hearing examiner has recommended that Exxon Pipeline Co. be allowed to build an ethane pipeline through Friendswood despite the city's objections.
- Howell Corp. to purchase Exxon lines. // Pipeline & Utilities Construction;May95, Vol. 50 Issue 5, p5
Reports on Howell Corp.'s purchase of crude oil pipelines from Exxon Pipeline Co. Location of the pipeline systems; Users of the pipelines.
- Exxon Gets It. Dickinson, John // Fortune;5/1/2006, Vol. 153 Issue 8, p18
The article presents a letter to the editor in response to "Exxon Mobil: The New No. 1," in the April 17, 2006 issue.
- Exxon looks to courts for pipeline permits. // Pipeline & Gas Journal;Jan98, Vol. 225 Issue 1, p6
Reports on Exxon Pipeline Co.'s petition to the District Court of Harris County in Texas to obtain permission to build an ethane pipeline through the city of Friendswood. Factors that prompted Exxon to resort to legal steps; Hearing conducted by the Texas Railroad Commission to review Exxon's...
- Houston roundup. Richards, Don // Chemical Market Reporter;11/25/96, Vol. 250 Issue 22, p31
Reports that Friendswood, Texas and Exxon Pipeline Co.'s are still at odds over where Exxon should route an ethane feedstock pipeline through that city to supply the Exxon Chemical Co.'s ethylene plant being built in Baytown. Impact of the further delays in the construction of the appropriate...
- Longhorn buys Exxon pipeline. // Pipeline & Gas Journal;Sep95, Vol. 222 Issue 9, p2
Reports on Longhorn Partners Pipeline's agreement to purchase two crude oil pipelines from Exxon Pipeline Co.
- ExxonMobil paying $1.4 million fine over spill from Lousiana oil pipe. // Energy Daily;8/27/2014, Issue 165, p4
The article reports that energy company ExxonMobil Pipeline Co. will pay a civil penalty worth 1.43 million dollars for alleged violation of the U.S. Clean Water Act resulting from the 2012 oil spill at its North Line crude oil pipeline.
- Exxon vs. Friendswood, Tex. hinging on `eminent domain'. Richards, Don // Chemical Market Reporter;08/25/97, Vol. 252 Issue 8, p9
Details the controversy surrounding Exxon Pipeline Co.'s attempt to gain permission from Railroad Commission of Texas and the Friendswood City Council to pipe ethane through the city to the ethylene plant at Exxon Chemical's Baytown complex. Actions that aim to address the conflict; Reasons for...