Construction

Enbridge Advancing Construction of Natural Gas Pipeline to Venture Global's LNG Facility

Enbridge said its Gator Express Meter and Venice Extension projects would supply about 1.5 Bcf/d of gas to Plaquemines, and expects the Gator Express pipeline to enter service in 2023 and the Venice Extension in 2024. The estimated cost for both projects is $400 million.

Venture Global Decides to Build Louisiana Plaquemines LNG Export Plant

Venture Global has closed on the $13.2 billion project financing for the initial 13.33 million tonnes per annum phase of the project and associated Gator Express pipeline.

Enagas CEO: Third Spain-France Gas Link Could Be Ready in 2 1/2 Years

A third gas link between Spain and France could be completed in two and a half years at a cost of 600-700 million euros ($640.14-$746.83 million) if the process was accelerated, the CEO of Spain's gas grid operator said on Wednesday.

Iran to Revive Gas Pipeline Project to Oman

Iran's oil minister has agreed to revive a long-stalled project to lay an undersea pipeline to carry gas to Oman. The pipeline, which has been in the works since 2013, was delayed due to price disagreements and U.S. pressure on Oman to find other suppliers.

EnLink Moves Forward with Permian-Houston Natgas Pipeline Project

EnLink Midstream will move forward with the construction of the Matterhorn Express Pipeline, a Permian-to-Houston pipeline that will transport up to 2.5 Bcf/d of natural gas through about 490 miles of pipe.

ADNOC Awards Fujairah LNG FEED Contract to McDermott

McDermott has been awarded a contract by ADNOC to provide front-end engineering design services for the new Fujairah LNG facility, which is located approximately 155 miles (250 km) from Abu Dhabi, UAE.

Tallgrass Energy Plans to Convert Natgas Pipeline into CO2 Transport System

Tallgrass Energy said it will convert its Trailblazer natural gas pipeline, which runs through Nebraska, Colorado and Wyoming, into a 400-mile carbon dioxide system capable of transporting over 10 million tons of CO2 per year.

Canacol Nears Construction Phase for $560 Million Colombian Gas Pipeline Project

Colombian gas producer Canacol is on track to begin construction on the Jobo-Medellín natural gas pipeline having received final binding offers from four interested contractors in March.

Freeport LNG Seeks Extension to Build 4th Liquefaction Train at Texas Plant

Freeport LNG has asked federal regulators to extend the amount of time it has to construct a fourth liquefaction train at its export plant in Texas until August 2028.

Snam Signs Deal to Study Spain-Italy Gas Pipeline

Italian gas group Snam has agreed with Spain's Enagas to explore the construction of an offshore pipeline between the two countries, as Europe scrambles to diversify its energy supply mix and wean itself off Russian gas.

Enbridge, Humble Midstream to Develop Low-carbon Hydrogen, Ammonia Export Facilities

Enbridge Inc. and Humble Midstream LLC have announced the joint development and marketing of a low-carbon hydrogen and ammonia production and export facility which will be located at the Enbridge Ingleside Energy Center, near Corpus Christi, Texas.

VVC Increases Natural Gas Production Capabilities with New Seven-mile Pipeline

VVC has expanded its natural gas production capabilities with the installation of seven miles of new pipeline, which will transport gas produced by the company’s natural gas wells to the Tumbleweed Midstream Ladder Creek Pipeline.

Williams Secures Tieback Deal for Deepwater GOM Connector Pipeline

Williams has secured another tieback to Discovery’s Keathley Canyon Connector (KCC) pipeline, providing deepwater natural gas infrastructure services to operator LLOG Exploration Offshore LLC for its new Salamanca development in the Keathley Canyon area of the Gulf of Mexico.

Genesis to Build 105-Mile Pipeline to Expand Footprint in Deepwater GoM

Genesis Energy will boost its footprint in the deepwater Gulf of Mexico by expanding an existing pipeline system and building a new 105-mile pipeline called SYNC.

Greece, Bulgaria to Build New LNG Terminal to Help Cut Reliance on Russia

A new LNG facility to be built off the northern Greek port of Alexandroupolis and carry gas to the shore via a 28-km long pipeline is expected to help create a new gas route for Europe and cut reliance on Russian gas.

MPLX to Move Forward with Permian, Bakken Pipeline Expansion Projects

MPLX LP will advance projects focused on expansions and reducing bottlenecking on its crude and natural gas long-haul pipelines in the Permian and Bakken, starting with the 450-mile Whistler pipeline that transports from the Permian to South Texas.

Chesapeake Utilities to Construct Pipeline to Serve Delaware, Maryland

Chesapeake Utilities Corp. is in the final pre-construction stage of a $6.3 million capital project where it will construct a new pipeline to extend existing infrastructure through Fenwick Island, Delaware, to northern Ocean City to serve residences and businesses.

MVP Preparing to Weld Final 20 Miles, Targeting Summer 2022 In-Service Date

The total project work for Mountain Valley Pipeline (MVP) is nearly 94% complete and on track for a summer startup after state agencies approved construction permits in December.

S.Africa's Transnet Plans Tender for New Richards Bay LNG Terminal

South Africa's state-owned freight logistics firm Transnet said it will go to the market within weeks for a new LNG terminal to be built at the east coast Richards Bay port by 2026

Slovakia Says Gas Pipeline to Poland Almost Finished, Will Help Diversification

A pipeline connecting Slovakia to Poland which will allow landlocked Slovakia to tap LNG supplies is nearly complete and functional tests will start in July.

Portuguese-Danish-Dutch Consortium Plans $1.1 Billion Hydrogen Plant in Sines

Portuguese project developer Madoqua Renewables, Danish fund manager Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners and Dutch firm Power2X plan to invest 1 billion euros ($1.09 billion) in a green hydrogen plant in Portugal.

Catalan Leader Confident MidCat Gas Pipeline Will Be Built This Decade

The head of the regional government of Catalonia is confident a pipeline to ship gas and potentially green hydrogen from the northeastern Spanish region to France will be built this decade.

Gas Interconnection Poland-Lithuania Pipeline Project Completed

The construction of the 508-km (315 mile) Gas Interconnection Poland-Lithuania (GIPL) pipeline has been completed, and partial capacity will be available beginning May 1, according to operator Amber Grid Corp.

Summit Says Carbon Pipeline Project Has Secured 20% of Iowa Route

Summit Carbon Solutions, the developer of what would be the world's largest carbon capture project, said it has secured 20% of its pipeline route in Iowa, the state that would host the longest stretch of pipe.

ICGB Nears Completion on Greece-Bulgaria Pipeline

The construction of the Greece-Bulgaria interconnector is progressing actively, and the linear part of the pipeline is close to completion, joint venture company ICGB AD said recently.

Pipeline Capacity Growth Fuels Record Haynesville Gas Production

Natural gas production from the Haynesville shale reached record highs in late 2021 and remained relatively strong in early 2022 on greater takeaway capacity and demand, a new government report revealed Wednesday.

Mountain Valley Pipeline Wins Federal Approval for Stream Boring

Federal regulators approved MVP's permit request to bore under about 180 streams and wetlands it must cross to complete the 300-mile natural gas pipeline.

Dow to Buy Minority Stake in German Energy Hub Constructing LNG Terminal

The investment in Hanseatic Energy Hub GmbH comes after the Biden administration pledged the supply of 15 Bcm of LNG to the European Union this year following Russia's invasion of Ukraine.

OGE Plans Pipeline Link for Wilhelmshaven LNG Terminal

Germany's biggest pipeline network operator Open Grid Europe (OGE) plans to build a 30 km (18 miles) LNG link from a planned terminal at the North Sea port of Wilhelmshaven by the end of the year.

Sempra Wins Extension to Build Pipelines in Texas, Louisiana

FERC has granted Sempra Energy an extension to build two pipelines in Texas and Louisiana to connect to a Texas LNG plant, and NextDecade Corp. is also seeking more time to build a Texas LNG project.