Natural Gas

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.

Biden Administration Issues Options for ConocoPhillips’ Alaska Oil Drilling Project

The Biden administration on Friday outlined several options for the development of ConocoPhillips' planned $6 billion Willow oil and gas project in Alaska, including a proposal to build up to five drill sites, dozens of miles of roads, seven bridges and pipelines.

ICGB Completes Greece-Bulgaria Natural Gas Pipeline

Greece and Bulgaria on Friday marked the completion of the 180-km (112-mile) pipeline between the two countries which they hope can contribute to ending Europe's dependence on Russian gas.

Argentina’s Gas Pipeline Project Receives Backing, Enters Construction Phase

Argentina will take a key step on Friday in the construction of a major new natural gas pipeline for its huge Vaca Muerta shale formation, vital to helping the South American country reverse a deep energy deficit that is costing it billions of dollars.

Natural Gas Consumed by US Electric Power Sector Sets Record

In January 2022, natural gas consumed for electric power in the United States averaged 31.6 Bcf/d (895 MMcm/d), the highest January average on record and the highest amount for any winter month.

NFE, Pemex Partner to Develop Mexico’s Lakach Gas Field

New Fortress Energy Inc. has signed an agreement with Pemex to jointly develop the Lakach deepwater natural gas field to supply natural gas to Mexico’s onshore domestic market.

FERC Suspends Schedule for Venture Global’s Gas Plant, Pipeline Project in Louisiana

The U.S. energy regulator has suspended the environmental review schedule for Venture Global LNG's proposed CP2 LNG export plant and pipeline in Louisiana.

Austria Orders Industry to Make Switch from Natural Gas to Oil

Austria will order industry and utilities to make plants run on alternatives to natural gas where possible, especially oil, its energy minister said on Tuesday, as the country scrambles to hoard gas in case Russia cuts it off.

Russia Seizes Control of Sakhalin-1 Oil and Gas Project

A senior Russian lawmaker said on Thursday that Moscow would take control of the Sakhalin-1 oil and gas project in which Exxon Mobil, Japan's SODECO and India's ONGC Videsh are partners, a week after taking over the neighboring Sakhalin-2.

New Fortress Agrees to Expand Supply of Natural Gas to Baja, Build LNG Hub Offshore GOM

New Fortress Energy Inc. has entered into an agreement with Comisión Federal de Electricidad to expand the supply of natural gas to Baja California Sur and build a new LNG hub in the Gulf of Mexico (GOM).

Norway Oil Ministry Approves Hiked Gas Output at Several Offshore Fields

Norway's oil ministry on Monday said it had approved adjusted production permits for six offshore fields but that would not change the expected amount of gas Norway would export in 2022.

Kinder Morgan Gets FERC Approval to Offer Certified Gas Pooling on TGP System

Kinder Morgan subsidiary Tennessee Gas Pipeline Co. LLC (TGP) has received approval from FERC to offer producer certified gas, or responsibly sourced gas, aggregation pooling service across the 11,760-mile pipeline system.

US Grants NFG 35-Month Extension to Build Northern Access Natural Gas Pipeline

U.S. regulators have given National Fuel Gas Co. (NFG) more time to build its proposed Northern Access natural gas pipeline project in Pennsylvania and New York.

Canada Sees Repsol LNG as Fastest Way to Boost Gas Supply to Europe

Canada's East Coast has only enough natural gas supply to accommodate one new LNG export facility, and the project that would boost shipments to Europe the fastest is Repsols, Canada's environment minister told Reuters.

Kinder Morgan Green Lights Permian Natural Gas Pipeline Expansion Project

Pipeline operator Kinder Morgan has given the greenlight to financing expanded capacity on the 428-mile Permian Highway Pipeline, which currently carries 1.2 Bcf/d from the Permian Basin of West Texas and New Mexico.

Williams to Move Forward with Louisiana Natural Gas Project in Haynesville Basin

U.S. energy company Williams Co. Inc. has reached a final investment decision to build its proposed Louisiana Energy Gateway project to gather natural gas produced in the Haynesville shale basin, the company said on Wednesday.

Texas RRC Approves Rule to Ready Natural Gas Industry for Weather Emergencies

The Texas Railroad Commission (RRC), which oversees the state's oil and natural gas industries, approved a proposed weatherization rule to help protect Texans during emergencies that could occur any time of the year.

Spain Restarts Natural Gas Flows to Morocco on Maghreb-Europe Pipeline

Natural gas has started flowing from Spain towards Morocco through a pipeline that stopped flowing in November amid a diplomatic row between Morocco and Algeria, data from Spanish gas grid operator Enagas showed on Wednesday.

PetroChina May Divest from Australian Natural Gas Projects to Curb Losses – Sources

PetroChina may sell out from natural gas projects in Australia and oil sands in Canada to stem losses and divert funds to more lucrative sites in the Middle East, Africa and central Asia, two people with knowledge of the matter said.

EU Prepares to Curb Demand as Russian Gas Cuts Intensify

A "serious disruption" to the European Union's gas supplies from Russia is likely, the bloc's energy chief said on Monday as she urged countries to update their contingency plans for supply shocks and use other fuels where possible to conserve gas.

Running Short of Gas: Russia's Pipeline Repair Has Europe Worried

When Russia turns off the gas through the Nord Stream 1 pipeline for maintenance in July, Europe is starting to worry that it won't turn it back on again.

Pennsylvania’s Gas Drilling Impact Fee Distribution Rises by $100 Million

The Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission (PUC), which has been collecting fees from gas wells and distributing them to local governments, said it has collected and distributed over $2.2 billion to Pennsylvania communities.