Shares of Columbia Pipeline Group Inc (NYSE:CPGX), declined – 2.09% to $21.10, amid its present exchanging session.
Columbia Pipeline Group, Inc., together with its assistants, claims, works, and builds up an arrangement of pipelines, stockpiling, and related midstream resources. It claims around 15,000 miles of interstate gas pipelines from New York to the Gulf of Mexico; and regular gas stockpiling frameworks with around 300 million dekatherms (MMDth) of working gas limit, notwithstanding related assembling and handling resources.
Columbia Pipeline Group, Inc. (“CPG”) and Columbia Pipeline Partners LP (together, “Columbia”) announced that the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (“FERC”) has sanction development of the Cameron Access Project in Southwest Louisiana by its accomplice Columbia Gulf Transmission, LLC (“Columbia Gulf”).
The Cameron Access Project involves upgrades to Columbia Gulf’s current pipeline framework, notwithstanding auxiliary offices, another compressor station close Lake Arthur, Louisiana, and the establishment of an around 26 mile greenfield pipeline sidelong in Cameron Parish that gives direct access to the Cameron LNG send out office. The task includes a venture of about $310 million and contains tying point of reference assentions for more than 90% of the 800 million cubic feet of new firm transportation limit.
Columbia has been working intently with inhabitants of Louisiana — notwithstanding government, state and neighborhood offices — for over year and a half to diagram the pipeline venture and offer data about wellbeing techniques and development arranges. The undertaking is expected to begin development movement in the spring of 2016 and be set in administration amid the first quarter of 2018.
Clean Diesel Technologies, Inc. (NASDAQ:CDTI), amid its Tuesday’s present exchanging session increased 3.05% to $1.69.
Clean Diesel Technologies, Inc. makes and disperses light obligation vehicle impetuses and substantial obligation diesel discharges control frameworks and items to automakers, merchants, integrators, and retrofitters in the United States, Canada, Sweden, and the United Kingdom. It works through two divisions, Catalyst and Heavy Duty Diesel Systems. The Catalyst division creates and produces impetuses to decrease outflows from gas, diesel, and normal gas ignition motors.
Clean Diesel Technologies, Inc. (CDTI) a pioneer in cutting edge discharge control innovation, will join in at the sixth Annual Global Congress of Catalysis 2015 (GCC-2015) being held September 24th to 26th in Xi’an, China. CDTi’s Chief Technology Officer, Dr. Steve Golden, has been welcome to give a keynote discourse titled “Advancement of Spinel(TM) Mixed Metal Oxides for Zero-Precious Metal and Ultra-Low Precious Metal Next-Generation TWC.” Dr. Brilliant will present CDTi’s new Spinel innovation and the possibility to utilize Spinel in coupled with low platinum gathering metal (PGM) levels to accomplish low outflows. Additionally, he will discuss introductory motor test outcomes exhibiting the potential for a ultra-low PGM choice for impetuses.
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