Construction

Nigeria-Morocco Pipeline Investment Decision Postponed to Early 2025

A final investment decision on the Nigeria-Morocco natural gas pipeline is expected in early 2025, after being slated for December 2024.

Energy Transfer Joins CapturePoint for Carbon Capture and Storage Initiative in Louisiana

CapturePoint LLC and Energy Transfer LP have formalized agreements for the joint development of a carbon capture and permanent underground storage project in Louisiana.

YPF Advances $2.5 Billion Pipeline Project to Spur Vaca Muerta Shale Oil Exports

YPF SA is advancing a $2.5-billion cross-country pipeline project to unlock the rich potential of the Vaca Muerta shale region, addressing the primary bottleneck hindering its full exploitation.

Golden Pass LNG in Talks with Contractor Amid Potential Project Impacts

Golden Pass LNG, a joint venture between QatarEnergy and ExxonMobil, on Thursday said it was in ongoing talks with a contractor that could have near-term impacts on activity at its site, but it did not tell any contractor to send workers home.

NextDecade Eyes Train 4 FID for Rio Grande LNG Phase 1 in Late 2024

NextDecade is advancing swiftly with its Rio Grande LNG Facility, as it eyes a significant milestone in the second half of 2024.

Canadian Utilities Unveils $1.5 Billion Alberta Gas Pipeline Project

The company, majority-owned by ATCO, said the Yellowhead Mainline project would include 124 miles of pipeline and related control and compression facilities that will run from Peers, Alberta, to Edmonton.

Williams Scraps Northeast Pipeline Project While Pennsylvania Gas Transport Plan Advances

Williams ambitious natural gas pipeline project, aimed at crossing New Jersey and extending under two bays to New York, has met its demise. Concurrently, another initiative involving the transportation of LNG from Pennsylvania via tanker truck is progressing.

Iran, Pakistan Seek Ways to Complete Long-Delayed 1,180-Mile Gas Pipeline Project

Iran and Pakistan are looking at ways to complete the long-delayed gas pipeline project between the two countries, Iran's Consul General to Pakistan, Hassan Nourian, said on Monday.

Capital Power Discontinues $2.4 Billion Genesee CCS Project Amid Economic Challenges

Capital Power announced the discontinuation of its $2.4 billion Genesee CCS project, which aimed to deploy carbon capture technology at the Genesee Generating Station near Warburg, Alberta, as part of its first-quarter results.

Exxon Pushing Forward with Mozambique LNG Project, Official Says

Exxon Mobil is "optimistic and pushing forward" with its delayed Rovuma LNG project in Mozambique and expects a final investment decision at the end of next year, a company official said on Thursday.

Enterprise Products Targets Year-End Approval for Deepwater Oil Port

Enterprise Products Partners on Tuesday said it expects to have two contracts for its proposed deepwater oil export terminal by May 31 and reach a final investment decision before year-end.

Enbridge Picks Contractors for Great Lakes Tunnel Project, Securing Line 5 Pipeline Route

Enbridge has chosen contractors for its Great Lakes Tunnel Project, a move designed to secure the pathway for its Line 5 pipeline. The project aims to enhance safety by placing the pipeline deep below the Straits of Mackinac, mitigating environmental risks.

Equitrans Raises Cost Estimate for Mountain Valley Gas Pipeline

Equitrans Midstream Corp. said on Tuesday it expects to complete the construction and final commissioning activities on its Mountain Valley natural gas pipeline by the end of May at an estimated cost of $7.85 billion.

Louisiana Secures $52.7 Million for Pipeline Construction and Natural Gas Infrastructure

The funds, part of the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act, will support pipeline construction projects across various districts, replacing aging infrastructure and acquiring methane leak detection equipment.

Gassco, Gascade to Establish New Hydrogen Pipeline Route Between Norway and Germany

GASCADE and GASSCO have signed a memorandum of understanding to establish a hydrogen transport route between Germany and Norway, facilitating hydrogen transportation via pipeline in the North Sea.

Uncertainty Clouds EastMed Gas Pipeline Project Timeline, Stakeholders Say

The timeline for a proposed 1,240-mile subsea pipeline connecting East Mediterranean gas reserves to Greece via Cyprus and Crete remains uncertain as stakeholders are reviewing its economic feasibility, delegates from Cyprus and the East Mediterranean Gas Forum (EMGF) said.

Pipeline Projects Seen as Unlikely to Involve Western-Based Companies

(P&GJ) – Inside China, there are numerous large-scale oil and gas pipeline projects that are being built, are currently in the planning stages or have been proposed. Some of these have huge potential significance, and the situation has certainly caught the attention of Western-based companies, which hope to supply equipment, technology or services to one or more of the projects.

Trans Mountain Expansion Requires Six More Leave-to-Open Permits, Says Regulator

The Canada Energy Regulator has six leave-to-open applications left to consider for the 590,000 barrel-per-day Trans Mountain pipeline expansion project, a CER spokesperson said on Friday.

Top Tellurian Executives Stand to Earn Millions if Driftwood LNG Project Proceeds, Proxy Filing Reveals

Top executives of U.S. liquefied natural gas developer Tellurian Inc. could earn tens of millions of dollars if its proposed Driftwood LNG plant gets a green light, or if company is sold, a proxy filing released on Thursday showed.

Mountain Valley Pipeline Requests In-Service Approval as Completion Nears

(P&GJ) — The Mountain Valley Pipeline is on the verge of completion, with the company seeking federal approval to commence operations. Although some final touches are pending, the company has submitted a request to FERC to expedite the process and issue an order by May 23.

A Northern Light: Bullish Talk as Major Projects Now in Home Stretch

(P&GJ) – Kevin Neveu, a seasoned Canadian oil and natural gas senior executive, remains optimistic about the energy markets in the north despite global uncertainties in 2024. His positivity stems from the imminent completion of two major transmission pipeline projects in western Canada – Coastal GasLink gas pipeline and Trans Mountain oil pipeline – expected before year-end.

Japan Looks at Developing Domestic Pipelines Sector

(P&GJ) – The government of Japan will create conditions for the development of a domestic pipelines sector in years to come. It will take place through the stimulation of building new gas and other pipelines throughout the country.

TC Energy Receives FERC Approval for Northwest Xpress Gas Pipeline Expansion Despite Opposition

(P&GJ) — TC Energy's plan to expand the capacity of its Gas Transmission Northwest Express pipeline by 150 million cubic feet per day (MMcf/d) received the green light from the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission on April 16.

South Africa’s Transnet Pipelines Lays Out Investment Plan

(P&GJ) – Southern Africa’s largest multi-product pipeline operator, Transnet Pipelines, plans to spend R891 million in 2024 in building its fuel handling capacity, including construction of a delayed import fuel terminal at the port of Durban and new line to supply the country’s biggest airport, OR Tambo.

Croatia Secures $566 Million to Construct Four New Gas Pipelines

(P&GJ) — Croatia's energy infrastructure is set for a significant upgrade with the signing of a contract worth $566.4 million to construct four gas pipelines by mid-2026. The pipelines will facilitate gas transportation from the Krk LNG terminal to Slovenia, Hungary, and other Southeast European countries.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.