Gas transmission

Russia’s Planned Gas Pipeline to China Faces Construction Delay

Mongolian Prime Minister L. Oyun-Erdene said construction of Russia's planned new Power of Siberia-2 gas pipeline to China, which was expected to start this year, may be delayed.

Biden Halts LNG Export Approvals Amid Climate Pressure, Imperils Projects

President Joe Biden has paused approvals for pending and future applications to export LNG from new projects on Friday, a move cheered by climate activists that could delay decisions on new plants until after the Nov. 5 election.

Sources: Biden to Announce Delay on New LNG Export Terminal Approvals

The Biden administration is expected to announce on Friday that it will begin considering climate impacts in its approvals of new LNG exports, a process that will likely delay decisions on new terminals until after the Nov. 5 presidential election, two sources familiar with the matter said.

Texas LNG Receives Regulatory Approval for Final Investment Decision

Texas LNG, a subsidiary of Glenfarne Energy, obtains permits for its 4 MMtpa LNG export terminal in the Port of Brownsville, Texas, marking a crucial step towards a final investment decision.

Germany's SEFE Eyes Global LNG Expansion After Securing $55 Billion Gas Deal in Norway

Fresh from clinching a $55 billion pipeline gas deal in Norway last month, Germany's SEFE is looking for more suppliers to offer liquefied natural gas (LNG) for its customers, its CEO told Reuters on Thursday.

BP Sees Trinidad Deepwater Gas Project Getting Greenlight by 2025

BP expects the Calypso deepwater natural gas field off Trinidad and Tobago, which it shares with Woodside Energy, to get the greenlight when a final investment decision (FID) is made as early as the end of next year, a company executive said.

Petronas Seeks Fiscal Incentives to Develop Suriname Gas Project

Suriname should boost incentives for energy companies looking to develop oil and gas discoveries, said Zamri Baseri, head of Malaysia's Petronas in the South American country.

Trinidad in Talks with Europe to Supply Venezuelan LNG

Trinidad and Tobago has begun talks with some European countries on the supply of LNG produced from Venezuelan gas, Prime Minister Keith Rowley said on Monday.

Gasunie Initiates 746-Mile Hydrogen Network Construction in the Netherlands

Gasunie has initiated the construction of a national hydrogen network in the Netherlands. This $1.6 billion project, commissioned by the Dutch government, aims to establish a comprehensive hydrogen infrastructure covering 1,200 kilometers (746 miles).

Sunoco to Acquire NuStar Energy in $7.3 Billion Deal for Midstream Expansion

The deal, which has been approved by both the boards, will give Sunoco access to NuStar's transportation and storage facilities, including a portfolio of about 9,500 miles of pipeline and 63 terminals.

Global Pipeline Construction Outlook 2024: New LNG Terminals Sound Beckon Call for More Pipelines

(P&GJ) — It comes as little surprise to those in midstream that during the past year we have continued to see LNG initiatives garner more attention than pipeline projects. However, terminal construction drives new pipeline construction.

CorEnergy Completes $175 Million Sale of MoGas, Omega Pipeline Systems to Spire

CorEnergy Infrastructure Trust Inc. has successfully closed the sale of its MoGas and Omega pipeline systems to Spire Midstream for $175 million.

TotalEnergies Says Danish Tyra Gas Field Ready to Start in March

TotalEnergies will restart production at Denmark's Tyra natural gas field in March this year, the company said in a statement on Monday.

British Columbia Strengthens $26.7 Billion Power Plan, Faces Hurdles in Electrifying LNG Projects

British Columbia boosted its $26.7 billion plan to expand its grid over the next decade, but Canada's Pacific Coast province will still fall short of supplying the biggest LNG projects with hydropower needed to avoid generating high emissions.

Chevron Initiates Marketing of Natural Gas Assets in Canada's Duvernay, Anticipates Up to $900 Million in Sales

Chevron has said it plans to offer between $10 billion and $15 billion in assets by 2028 following deals with Hess Corp., PDC Energy and Noble Energy that will significantly expand its oil and gas output.

Biden Administration Taking Heat from All Sides Over Louisiana LNG Project

The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, a panel of three regulators, is expected to vote in weeks or months on approval of Venture Global's Calcasieu Pass 2, or CP2, liquefied natural gas terminal (CP2) project.

Inpex Expedites $20 Billion Abadi LNG Project Development in Indonesia

Inpex Corp., Japan's top oil and gas explorer, is set to accelerate development of its $20 billion Abadi Indonesian LNG project, with the aim of starting operations as soon as late this decade, its CEO said on Thursday.

Blinken Urges Bosnian Lawmakers to Pass Gas Pipeline Law with Croatia

U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken has urged Bosnian Croat lawmakers to stop holding up legislation to build a natural gas pipeline with Croatia, seen as an alternative to Russian gas, local media reported on Thursday.

Enbridge, FortisBC to Study Hydrogen Delivery Through Canadian Gas Pipeline Infrastructure

The study will look at the percentage of hydrogen that can be safely transported through gas pipeline infrastructure, such as Enbridge's Westcoast natural gas transmission system, to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

INEOS Bio-HDPE Powers First Sustainable Gas Pipeline for GRDF in France

INEOS has introduced a bio-based high-density polyethylene (HDPE) that is used in the construction of the world's first fully sustainable gas pipeline. GRDF, the French gas utility network operator, installed this pipeline, relying solely on the low carbon footprint polymer.

Kinder Morgan's Q4 Profits Dip on Interest Costs and Natural Gas Challenges

Pipeline and terminal operator Kinder Morgan on Wednesday posted a lower-than-expected profit for the fourth quarter, as higher interest expenses and weakness in the natural gas pipeline segment hurt margins during the period.

GasNet's 40,000-Mile Gas Pipeline Network Attracts CEZ and CVC for Final Bidding

CEZ and CVC Capital Partners are planning to place competing bids next week for Czech gas distribution network GasNet, which covers 80% of the country's gas distribution through a network of 40,000 miles of gas pipelines.

U.S. Natural Gas Demand Hits Record High Amid Severe Cold Snap

U.S. homes and businesses used a record amount of natural gas on Tuesday as demand for the fuel for heating and power generation soared during an Arctic blast that also cut gas output to near a 13-month low by freezing wells.

West Virginia Greenlights Hope Gas' $177 Million Pipeline, Deemed 'Reasonable and Necessary’

West Virginia's PSC approves Hope Gas' pipeline project, investing $177 million to meet Morgantown's rising demand. Amid supply challenges, local customers welcome increased capacity for the region's energy needs.

Exxon to Acquire Additional 1.2 Million Tonnes of LNG Annually from Mexico Pacific

Mexico Pacific said on Tuesday that it will supply ExxonMobil with an additional 1.2 million tonnes per annum of LNG. Exxon will purchase the LNG on a free-on-board basis over a 20-year term.

Talos Energy to Acquire QuarterNorth Energy for $1.29 Billion

Oil and gas company Talos Energy said it will acquire privately held QuarterNorth Energy in a $1.29 billion cash-and-stock deal to bolster its presence in Mexico.

Russia's Arctic LNG 2 to Ship First LNG Cargo to Asia Despite U.S. Sanctions

Russia's Arctic LNG 2 project is set to load its first LNG tanker for Asia at the end of January, two industry sources said on Tuesday, despite disruptive U.S. sanctions, while initial volumes are expected to be small.

North Dakota Sees 425,000 bpd Oil Drop, 1.1 Bcf/d Gas Output Decline Due to Extreme Cold

North Dakota oil production has fallen by 400,000 to 425,000 barrels per day (bpd) and gas output is down 1.0 billion to 1.1 billion cubic feet per day (Bcf/d) on extreme cold and related operational issues, the North Dakota Pipeline Authority estimated on Monday.

Santos Receives Approval to Construct Subsea Pipeline for $4.3 Billion Barossa Gas Project

Australia's Santos can proceed with construction of an undersea pipeline vital to its $4.3 billion Barossa gas project after a court on Monday ruled in favor of the oil and gas firm in a dispute with an Indigenous man looking to pause the work.

$720 Billion in Pipeline Projects Defies Global Energy Transition Momentum for More Gassy Future

The investment - which has been committed to projects that are underway or are planned for the near future - reveals the powerful momentum that remains in traditional fossil fuel industries even as clean energy supplies are deployed at an accelerating rate.