US Upstream week in brief: 13 January 2016

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Report summary

Deepwater Gulf of Mexico co-development strategy driving down breakevens on LLOG's Delta House Project. Columbia Pipeline adds 205 mmcfd of gas capacity in the Utica. Other news this week: TransMountain expansion projected to go ahead by 2020 despite rejection by British Columbia; SandRidge refusing to shut in disposal wells in Oklahoma; Diamondback following Pioneer in issuing stock to grow; Sacagawea Pipeline project approval brings oil marketing optionality to Bakken operators; Westlake Chemical Partners LP announced another ethylene expansion.

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  • Top stories of the week
  • Midstream updates
  • Downstream and chemicals
  • Rig count review
  • Lower 48 dashboard

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  • North America ethylene capacity
  • Share price performance, crude oil & gas inventories, horizontal rig count stats

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