Gas

Gazprom’s Amur Gas Processing Plant Nearing Completion

Gazprom’s Amur Gas Processing Plant project is more than 75% complete following its commissioning ceremony for the first production train earlier this month.

Police Detain Eight Employees of China Gas Unit After Deadly Pipeline Blast

Eight employees at a China Gas Holdings unit have been detained by local police following a fatal gas pipeline explosion on Sunday, according to a statement by the Shiyan city government.

Williams Announces Deepwater Export Agreement at Shenandoah

Facilities to be installed include a five-mile offshore lateral pipeline build from the Shenandoah platform to Discovery’s existing Keathley Canyon Connector pipeline, and additional onshore processing facilities to handle the expected rich Shenandoah production.

Pembina and TC Energy Creating Carbon Capture, Sequestration Infrastructure Network in Alberta

By leveraging existing pipelines and a newly developed sequestration hub, the Alberta Carbon Grid represents the infrastructure platform needed for Alberta-based industries to manage their emissions and contribute positively to Alberta's lower-carbon economy.

LNG's Share of Indian Gas Demand Forecast to Rise to 70% by 2030

Indian companies are investing billions of dollars to strengthen gas infrastructure, including laying 15,000-kilometer (9,320-mile) pipelines to supply cleaner fuel to households and industries.

Death Toll in China Gas Pipe Explosion Rises to 25

The number of people killed in a gas pipeline explosion in central China on Sunday has risen to 25, state broadcaster CCTV reported on Monday.

Greenlane Renewables Makes Landfill Gas Pipeline-Ready and Profitable

Greenlane Biogas North America is contracted for an $8.1 million (C$9.8 million) deal to supply equipment for a renewable natural gas (RNG) project which will upgrade gas from a large landfill in the Midwest to pipeline-specification RNG for direct injection into the local gas grid.

Blinken: U.S. Able to Mitigate Nord Stream 2 Pipeline Effects

Secretary of State Antony Blinken said on Monday the completion of the Russian Nord Stream 2 natural gas pipeline was a "fait accompli,” defending the U.S. decision to waive some sanctions and vowing a response if Moscow tries to use gas as a weapon.

Turkey Discovered 135 BCM Additional Natural Gas in Black Sea

Turkey has discovered 135 billion cubic meters of additional natural gas in the southern Black Sea, President Tayyip Erdogan said, raising the total discovery in the region to 540 billion cubic meters.

Natural Gas Production in Extreme Weather

During the February freeze event, the wells themselves did not freeze or fail, the ancillary equipment downstream did. This distinction is important, because it can affect the manner in which the natural gas industry seeks to mitigate risks from future freeze events.

Carbon-Neutral or Green LNG: A Pathway Toward Energy Transition

Meeting global targets for climate change mitigation is one of the biggest challenges. Significant emissions are released through the combustion of gas to drive the liquefaction process, while any CO2 detached before entering the plant is frequently emitted into the atmosphere.

Sulfur Removal Solutions for Gas Gathering Systems

Pipelines are considered one of the safest, most reliable, most efficient and economic means of transporting large quantities of natural gas, crude and refined petroleum products. However, sulfur contaminants in the form of hydrogen sulfide (H2S) and mercaptans (RSH) pose significant safety, operational, environmental and compliance problems.

Hungary Agrees to 15-year Gas Deal with Gazprom

Although the Shell deal was its first with a Western supplier, Hungary has relied on Russia for most of its natural gas imports via a pipeline through Ukraine. That will change with the inauguration of a new southern pipeline across the Balkans.

FERC Approves Enable's Proposed Louisiana Gulf Run NatGas Pipeline

The U.S. Federal Energy Regulatory Commission approved U.S. energy company Enable Midstream Partners LP's request to build the Gulf Run natural gas pipeline in Louisiana, according to a filing made available on Wednesday.

Candidates to Succeed Merkel Clash on Nord Stream 2 Pipeline

The conservative and Greens candidates to succeed German Chancellor Angela Merkel after September's federal election clashed on the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline from Russia, and on whether Germany should host U.S nuclear weapons.

Russian Vessel Moves to German Waters for Nord Stream 2 Pipeline Construction

Russian vessel Fortuna has started laying pipes for the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline in German waters, the gas project said on Sunday, citing Germany's Waterway and Shipping Authority.

Greenlane Renewables Signs $9.8 Million Landfill Gas-to-RNG Contract

The contract is for a large landfill gas-to-RNG project. Greenlane will supply its two-stage PSA system to upgrade the landfill gas to pipeline-specification RNG for direct injection into the local natural gas grid.

Some U.S. Gas Stations Still Without Fuel After Colonial Pipeline Reopens

More than half of the gas stations in some areas of the U.S. southeast remained without fuel and prices at the pump were at seven-year highs on Monday, even as the flow on the nation's largest fuel pipeline resumed after a cyberattack resulted in a six-day system outage and mass panic-buying.

Extreme Heat Could Cause U.S. Power Shortages This Summer

The organization responsible for North American electric reliability warned energy shortfalls were possible this summer in California, Texas, New England and the Central United States based on above-normal temperature forecasts for much of the region.

Panicked Drivers in Southeast U.S. Swarm Pumps, Ignore Pleas to Stop Hoarding

Drivers in the U.S. Southeast formed lines on Wednesday to fill up tanks from the dwindling number of retail gas stations with fuel to sell, disregarding government pleas for people not to hoard supplies as the shutdown of the main regional fuel pipeline entered its sixth day.

U.S. Pump Prices Head for Highest Since 2014 as Hacked Fuel Pipeline Shut

U.S. gasoline prices at the pump jumped 6 cents in the latest week and could soon be headed for the highest level since 2014 due to the supply disruption caused by a cyber attack on the country's biggest fuel pipeline system.

US Consumption to Continue Decreasing

EIA forecasts a decreased total U.S. natural gas consumption in 2021 and 2022, following a decline in 2020. Consumption in 2020 was 1.9 Bcf/d lower than the all-time high of 85.1 Bcf/d set in 2019.

Annual US Natural Gas Production Decreased by 1% in 2020

U.S. natural gas production – as measured by gross withdrawals – averaged 111.2 Bcf/d (3.15 Bcm/d) in 2020, down 900 MMcf/d (25 MMcm/d) from 2019 as result of a decline in drilling activity related to low natural gas and oil prices in 2020.

EXPLAINER: Colonial Pipeline Shutdown Could Raise U.S. Pump Prices

The largest U.S. fuel pipeline system, Colonial Pipeline, shut down on Friday after a cyber attack, prompting worries about a spike in gasoline and diesel prices ahead of the peak summer driving season if the outage does not end soon.

Australia’s Western Gas, APA Group Studying Potential Gas Pipeline

Western Gas and APA Group are undertaking a development and marketing study to deliver Equus gas to Australian customers and markets via a 130-mile (210-km) offshore pipeline and a transcontinental pipeline, the companies announced.

CenterPoint to Sell Arkansas, Oklahoma Gas Utilities for $2.15 Billion

U.S. electricity provider CenterPoint Energy Inc said on Thursday it has agreed to sell its natural gas utility businesses in Arkansas and Oklahoma to privately-held Summit Utilities for $2.15 billion in cash.

Brazil's Petrobras Sells Stake in NTS Gas Pipeline Network

Brazil's state-owned oil company Petroleo Brasileiro SA has approved the sale of its remaining 10% stake in the NTS gas pipeline network for 1.8 billion reais ($337 million) to Brookfield and Itausa SA.

OPAL, NextEra Energy Unit to Build Renewable Gas Facility in Minnesota

The project will be located at a landfill owned by Republic Services Inc, and interconnect with a pipeline owned by Xcel Energy Inc, leading electric and gas utility in the region.

Colonial Pipeline Increases Estimate of Gasoline Spilled in North Carolina

New data shows the amount of gasoline released in Mecklenburg County’s Oehler Nature Preserve exceeds Colonial Pipeline’s 1.2-million-gallon estimate.

Piñon Starts Work on N.M. Sour Gas Treatment, Carbon Capture Facility

Piñon Midstream has started construction on the Dark Horse Sour Gas Treating and Carbon Capture Facility and associated pipeline infrastructure in the Delaware Basin of New Mexico