Natural Gas

Australia's Santos Buys Underground Gas Pipeline to Offset Supply Crunch

Australia's Santos Ltd. said on Thursday it had bought a company that owns an approved underground pipeline route and would work with infrastructure developers to build the planned 883-km (550-mile) pipeline, which was approved to run from the Wallumbilla gas supply hub in Queensland to New South Wales.

Williams, PennEnergy Ink Deal to Market Certified Low-Emission Natural Gas

Williams and PennEnergy Resources LLC have entered into an agreement to support the marketing and delivery of certified, low-emission natural gas, the companies announced on Monday.

TC Energy, Mexican Utility Sign Deal to Build $4.5 Billion Gas Pipeline

TC Energy Corp. said on Thursday it had struck a deal with a Mexican state utility to develop a $4.5 billion natural gas pipeline. The offshore Southeast Gateway Pipeline will supply natural gas to Mexico's central and southeast regions, the Canadian pipeline operator added.

Energy Transfer Reports Pipeline Leak from Last Month in Louisiana

Energy pipeline operator Energy Transfer LP has disclosed a pipeline rupture in Louisiana last month that released 8.2 million cubic feet of natural gas, according to a report filed with the U.S. National Response Center.

Enterprise to Build Two Natural Gas Plants, Expand Shin Oak Pipeline System in Permian

Enterprise Products Partners LP has unveiled plans to build two natural gas processing plants and expand the Shin Oak natural gas liquid pipeline system in the Permian Basin to further support ongoing production growth in the basin.

Sunbridge Energy Services Launches Natural Gas Compression Station in Permian Basin

Helping to meet Permian operators’ emission reduction goals, the company’s natural gas compression station will come online on Aug. 31 in the North Midland Basin with a capacity of 50 million cubic feet per day.

Tellurian Reports 47% Increase in Natural Gas Production for Q2 2022

Tellurian said on Wednesday that the company generated $61.3 million in revenues from natural gas sales on an increase of production of approximately 47% in Q2, ending the quarter with $823 million of cash on hand.

Brightmark, Chevron Deliver First Gas at Athena Project

Brightmark RNG Holdings LLC and Chevron Corp. on Wednesday said the partnership has achieved the first delivery of renewable natural gas produced at the Athena Project in Minnehaha County, South Dakota.

Enterprise Reports Record Natural Gas Pipeline Volumes for Q2 2022

U.S. midstream energy company Enterprise Products Partners LP on Wednesday said its natural gas pipeline volumes reached a record level in the second quarter of 2022.

Italy's Eni Expects to Replace Russian Gas by 2025

Italian energy group Eni believes it will be able to completely replace Russian gas imports by 2025 as uncertainty over Moscow's energy supplies to Europe forces countries to seek alternative sources.

Perspective: Rebalancing Texas’ Grid the Right Way

On the afternoon July 11, the part of the Texas electric grid managed by the Electricity Reliability Council of Texas (ERCOT) produced roughly 80,000 megawatts (MW) of electricity.

Archaea Signs 5-Year Renewable Natural Gas Agreement with UGI Utilities

Archaea Energy Inc., an industry leading renewable natural gas (RNG) company, said on Wednesday it has entered a medium-term RNG purchase and sale agreement with Pennsylvania-based natural gas and electric company UGI Utilities Inc.

TC Energy Hikes 416-Mile Gas Pipeline Cost 70% to Nearly $9 Billion

TC Energy Corp. said it expects its Coastal GasLink pipeline project to cost $8.72 billion, nearly 70% higher than initially budgeted. First announced in 2018, the 416-mile pipeline is being built to transport natural gas across Canada.

US Natural Gas Futures Hold Steady Ahead of Storage Report

U.S. natural gas futures held steady on Thursday as the market waits for direction from a federal report expected to show a smaller than usual storage build last week as power generators burned lots of gas to keep air conditioners humming.

Algeria, Niger and Nigeria Sign Deal for $13 Billion Saharan Gas Pipeline

Algeria, Nigeria and Niger have signed a memorandum of understanding to build a natural gas pipeline across the Sahara Desert, Algeria's energy minister said on Thursday.

PM Sanchez: Spain Has Capacity to Become Gas Hub in Europe

Spain has the capacity to become a gas hub for Europe to help support regional efforts to curb dependence on Russian gas, Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez told a news conference with his Polish counterpart on Wednesday.

Australian Unions Extend Strike at Shell's LNG Facility

Unions extended industrial action on Tuesday until Aug. 11 over a long-running wage dispute at Shell Plc's Prelude floating liquefied natural gas facility.

EU Pursuing Gas from Nigeria in Preparation for Russian Supply Cuts

The European Union is seeking additional gas supplies from Nigeria as the bloc prepares for potential Russian supply cuts, Matthew Baldwin, deputy director general of the European Commission's energy department, said on Saturday.

FERC OKs Natural Gas Pipeline Projects Aimed at US Exports

In the first quarter of 2022, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) approved three projects intended to increase U.S. natural gas exports via pipeline and as liquefied natural gas (LNG).

Pipelines Flow Small Amounts of Natural Gas to Shuttered Freeport LNG Plant in Texas

Small amounts of natural gas were flowing from interstate pipelines to Freeport LNG's shuttered liquefied natural gas export plant in Texas this week.

Eni to Receive Increased Gas Volumes from Gazprom

Eni said on Thursday it would receive about 36 million cubic meters of gas from Russia's Gazprom, up from the daily average volumes of the last 10 days.

Russia to Resume Gas Flows on Nord Stream 1 at 30% Capacity

The head of Germany's energy regulator on Wednesday said the Nord Stream 1 pipeline would resume at around 30% capacity when its maintenance period ends on Thursday.

Algeria to Sign $4 Billion Gas Supply Deal with Italy

Algeria will supply "very big volumes of gas" to Italy through a $4 billion deal, President Abdulmadjid Tebboune said on Monday, hailing a "strategic partnership" with Rome during a visit by Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi.

EverGen Infrastructure Buys 67% Interest in Alberta-based RNG Facility

EverGen Infrastructure Corp. said it has completed the acquisition of a 67% interest in Grow the Energy Circle Ltd., an Alberta-based renewable natural gas (RNG) facility.

Russia: Future of Nord Stream 1 Depends on Gas Demand and Sanctions

Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova said on Thursday that the future of the Nord Stream 1 gas pipeline to Germany would depend on gas demand in Europe and Western sanctions against Russia.

European Commission Proposes Azerbaijan Gas Deal, Pipeline Expansion

The European Commission has proposed to EU countries a deal with Azerbaijan to increase imports of natural gas and support the expansion of a pipeline to do this, according to a draft document seen by Reuters.

Tellurian Acquires Natural Gas Assets in Haynesville Shale for $125 Million

Tellurian Inc. has entered into an agreement to purchase natural gas assets located in the Haynesville Shale from EnSight Energy Partners LP for $125 million, the company said on Wednesday.

Hungary, Romania Plan to Boost Capacity on Cross-Border Gas Pipeline

Hungary and Romania are in talks to increase the capacity of a natural gas pipeline interconnector that straddles their borders to more than 3 billion cubic meters of gas per year, Hungarian Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto said on Tuesday.

Operator Enagas to Invest $4.8 Billion in Gas Infrastructure, Hydrogen Projects by 2030

Spanish gas grid operator Enagas said on Tuesday it expects to invest $4.77 billion in gas infrastructure, renewable hydrogen and biomethane production projects by 2030, including the completion of an underwater gas pipeline between Spain and Italy.

Serbia, Azerbaijan Discuss Gas Deal for Next Year – Minister

Serbia, which is fully dependent on Russian gas supplies, plans to purchase gas from Azerbaijan in 2023 when it expects an interconnector to Bulgaria's pipeline to be completed, Serbia's energy minister said on Tuesday.