Projects

DeLa Express’ 690-Mile Permian-to-Louisiana Gas Pipeline Seeks FERC Approval, Targets 2028 Launch

(P&GJ) — DeLa Express LLC, an affiliate of Moss Lake Partners, has formally requested FERC approval to initiate the Pre-Filing Review Process for the proposed DeLa Express Project—a 690-mile natural gas pipeline aiming to transport gas from production sites in the Delaware Basin, Texas, to markets around Lake Charles, Louisiana.

Enterprise Products Partner's Texas Gulf Coast Oil-Export Facility License Upheld by U.S. Court

A U.S. appeals court on Thursday upheld federal approval of a deepwater oil-export facility planned off the Texas Gulf Coast, saying the proposed Enterprise Products Partners facility had met environmental review criteria.

Coastal GasLink Route Fuels Pembina Pipeline's LNG Deal with ARC Resources for Cedar LNG

Under the agreement, ARC Resources will supply natural gas through the Coastal GasLink from its production base in Montney, British Columbia, for a term of 20 years commencing in 2028.

Enbridge Receives Approval to Begin Service on Louisiana Venice Gas Pipeline Project

Canadian pipeline operator Enbridge's Texas Eastern Transmission subsidiary received approval on Thursday from U.S. energy regulators to commence service of a natural gas pipeline associated with its Venice extension project in Louisiana.

Surprise May Start for Trans Mountain Pipeline Expansion Leaves Analysts Puzzled

Trans Mountain's expanded oil pipeline system will start commercial operations on May 1, the Canadian government-owned company said late on Wednesday, surprising analysts with an earlier than expected commencement on the long-delayed $25.2 billion project.

Trans Mountain's Expanded Pipeline System to Begin Operations on May 1

Trans Mountain's expanded oil pipeline system will start commercial operations on May 1, the Canadian company said on Wednesday.

Court Upholds FERC's Authority in Gas Pipeline, LNG Project Deadline Extensions

(P&GJ) — A recent court ruling upheld FERC's authority to extend deadlines for approved natural gas projects, despite opposition from environmental groups. The cases in question involved the Northern Access Pipeline in Pennsylvania and the expansion of Cheniere's Corpus Christi Liquefaction LNG facility in Texas.

Shell Seeks Longer U.S. License Before Committing to Venezuela Gas Project

Oil major Shell is seeking a long-term license from the U.S. before making a final investment decision on the Dragon natural gas project in Venezuela, four people familiar with the matter said.

Canada's Indigenous Community Eye Big Energy Deals, Await Trudeau Loan Promise

Canada's First Nations are eyeing their biggest opportunities yet to invest in multi-billion-dollar energy projects such as pipelines, hinging on Prime Minister Justin Trudeau keeping a promise this spring to make the deals easier to finance.

Trans Mountain to Finish Final Segment of Oil Pipeline Expansion in April

Trans Mountain will finish building the final segment of its Canadian oil pipeline expansion in April, according to a construction schedule the corporation filed on Monday with a regulator.

Argentina Pursues Gas Export Route to Brazil via Bolivia Amid Regional Supply Concerns

Energy companies from Argentina and Brazil have begun talks on reversing the southerly flow of a Bolivian natural gas pipeline network that connects the three countries as a regional gas deficit could force Brazil to pay up for alternative supplies of the fuel.

Why Morocco Remains Keen on Pipeline Project with Nigeria

Morocco has re-affirmed its commitment to the construction of a new gas pipeline network along the West Africa coastline to promote intra-Africa natural gas trade, as well as to guarantee energy supplies to Europe.

U.S. Opposes Pakistan-Iran Gas Pipeline Project, Warns of Sanctions

The U.S. said on Tuesday it does not support a Pakistan-Iran gas pipeline project from going forward and cautioned about the risk of sanctions in doing business with Tehran.

Exxon, JERA to Partner on U.S. Hydrogen Production Project

Exxon Mobil has entered into an agreement with JERA, Japan's top power generator, to jointly explore the development of a low-carbon hydrogen production project in the United States.

Matador Completes Natural Gas Pipeline Connections in Delaware Basin

Matador Resources Company has announced the successful completion of natural gas pipeline connections between Pronto Midstream and San Mateo and between Pronto Midstream and Matador’s acreage obtained in the Advance acquisition.

Sixteen Republican-Led States Sue Federal Government Over LNG Export Permit Ban

Sixteen Republican-led states on Thursday filed a lawsuit to challenge the federal government's ban on approving applications to export LNG, saying the federal government lacks the authority to broadly deny those permits.

U.S. Pipeline Firms Poised for M&A Wave Following Largest Customers

U.S. energy pipeline and storage operators have spent two years watching the consolidation of oil and gas producers, and now they are gearing up for the merger wave to hit their sector, executives, investors, and analysts said.

Suriname Urges Exxon and TotalEnergies to Unify Gas Projects

Suriname's state-owned oil company Staatsolie has begun talks with oil majors Exxon Mobil and TotalEnergies to encourage joint development of natural gas fields that straddle its and Guyana's maritime borders, the head of its state oil firm told Reuters late Tuesday.

Trinidad Pursues U.S. License for BP-Venezuela Gas Project Amid Sanctions

The government of Trinidad and Tobago has begun talks with the U.S. for a license that would allow the joint development of a natural gas project shared with Venezuela that also involves BP, Energy Minister Stuart Young said on Thursday.

Gas Pipeline Expansion Trends Shift: Intrastate Capacity Surpasses Interstate in 2023

In a significant shift, natural gas intrastate pipeline capacity outpaced interstate additions in the United States in 2023, according to data from the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA).

Williams Plans Expansion of Gas Pipeline Network in Virginia

Pipeline operator Williams Cos. is preparing for a major expansion of its pipeline network in the Southeastern United States. This expansion will increase the capacity of the Transcontinental pipeline network, which spans approximately 10,000 miles from Texas to New York.

Enbridge Plans 120,000 bpd Expansion for Gray Oak Texas Oil Pipeline by 2025

Energy pipeline company Enbridge plans to expand capacity on its Gray Oak oil pipeline by 80,000 barrels per day (bpd) this year and could add another 40,000 bpd in 2025, an executive told Reuters on Tuesday.

Trans Mountain Pipeline Expansion to Start Oil Shipments in June, Says Alberta Premier

Line fill of Canada's Trans Mountain crude oil pipeline expansion will be complete by the end of May, with the first waterborne exports from the expanded system starting a month later, Alberta Premier Danielle Smith said on Tuesday in an interview.

U.S. Export Credit Agency Approves $500 Million Support for Bahrain Oil Project

The U.S. export credit agency on Thursday voted to approve a $500 million loan guarantee for an oil and gas drilling project in Bahrain, testing a U.S. climate pledge to stop backing projects that expand the use of fossil fuels.

TC Energy to Sell 470-Mile British Columbia Gas Pipeline to Ksi Lisims LNG Partners

The pipeline project, which TC will sell to Ksi Lisims co-developers Nisga'a Nation and Houston-based Western LNG, is permitted to move up to 3.6 billion cubic feet of natural gas per day across British Columbia.

U.S. Grants $750 Million for Hydrogen Projects Across 24 States

The U.S. Department of Energy said on Wednesday it is granting $750 million to projects across 24 states that are building capacity to produce and use clean hydrogen.

Morocco Plans to Dedicate 1 Million Hectares to Green Hydrogen Projects

The Moroccan government said on Monday it will allocate 1 million hectares to green hydrogen projects, starting with 300,000 hectares in a first phase, as part of an offer to attract investors.

Bakken Drillers Push Back Against U.S. Carbon Pipeline Company's No Oil Recovery Promise

Summit Carbon Solutions is trying to build the biggest carbon dioxide capture pipeline in the United States to transport and bury greenhouse gases. The company has repeatedly pledged that its project will not be used by drillers to boost output from oil fields.

Santos Faces Fresh Legal Setback Over $2.4 Billion Narrabri Gas Project

The decision returns the project to the uncertainty of a legal dispute months after Santos won a court battle allowing it to resume pipeline construction at its Barossa gas project.

Enbridge to Invest $500 Million in Pipeline Assets, Including Expansion of 850-Mile Gray Oak Pipeline

Pipeline operator Enbridge raised its short-term profit growth forecast on Wednesday and said it will invest about $500 million in expanding its pipeline and storage assets to improve its U.S. Gulf Coast presence.