Projects

Analysis: Germany Bets U.S. Will Make the Best of 'Bad Deal' Nord Stream Gas Link

Germany is betting the U.S. administration will take a pragmatic approach to the Nord Stream 2 project to ship Russian gas to Europe and is pushing for the pipeline’s completion in defiance of U.S. opposition.

Natural Gas Pipeline Projects Increase U.S. Transportation Capacity

From November 2020 through January 2021, approximately 4.4 billion cubic feet per day (Bcf/d) of new natural gas pipeline capacity entered service, EIA reported.

Line 3 Pipeline Replacement Opposition Asking Biden to Stop Project

Opponents to Enbridge’s Line 3 replacement oil pipeline are urging President Joe Biden to stop the project, leading some to compare it to Keystone XL.

Double E Pipeline Project Attracts $175 Million in Commitments

Summit Permian Transmission received $175 million in commitments from three leading commercial banks to finance the development of its Double E Pipeline Project, the company said.

PennEast Expects First Phase of Gas Pipeline in Service Next Year

PennEast Pipeline Co said it still expects to put the first phase of its $1.2 billion natural gas pipeline project in Pennsylvania in service in 2022 and complete the second phase from Pennsylvania to New Jersey in 2024.

NDT Global Conducting Baseline Inspection for Trans Adriatic Pipeline

NDT Global, a leading supplier of ultrasonic inline inspection, acoustic resonance technology, and advanced data analytics, announced it was awarded the contract to complete a baseline inspection survey for Trans Adriatic Pipeline AG, headquartered in Baar, Switzerland.

Spotlight on South America: New Gas Pipeline to Boost Northern Peru

Gasnorp, a subsidiary of Promigas in Peru, signed a 32-year concession contract with the Peruvian state for the distribution of natural gas through the pipeline network in the provinces of Piura, Talara, Sullana, Paita and Sechura.

Greek-Italian Venture Working with Israel on Gas Pipeline Plan

Greek-Italian gas joint venture IGI Poseidon said it had signed an agreement with the Israel Natural Gas Lines Company to cooperate on building facilities to connect Israel to a planned gas pipeline in the eastern Mediterranean.

Balkans Gas Developments Still Face Structural Woes

The gas market in Southeast Europe, better known as the Balkans, is weighed down by several longstanding difficulties.

Projects March 2021

A collection of brief articles provides updates on current pipeline projects from around the world.

Senator Holds Biden's CIA Pick Over Nord Stream 2 Pipeline

Republican Senator Ted Cruz put a hold late on Friday on President Joe Biden's pick to lead the CIA to pressure the administration to put tough sanctions on Russia's Nord Stream 2 natural gas pipeline project.

Construction of Cuxtal Gas Pipeline to Boost Yucatan Economy

With his implementation of a comprehensive energy program for Yucatan, Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador hopes to bolster the economic and social development of the state, along with the rest of southeast Mexico.

Duke Energy Begins Replacing Aging Gas Pipeline

Construction got underway on the 12-mile Central Corridor replacement pipeline designed to run though Hamilton County, Ohio, which is in the southeast corner of the state and contains the city of Cincinnati.

Second Russian Pipe-Laying Vessel Joining Nord Stream 2 Construction

The consortium behind the Nord Stream 2 undersea gas pipeline said on Thursday a second Russian pipe-laying vessel is undergoing sea trials ahead of joining the project, as it presses on with construction despite growing political pressure.

CERAWEEK: Pipelines Needed for U.S. Natural Gas Export Demand Growth

Moving natural gas from the states where it is produced to places where it can be consumed or exported will become increasingly challenging, requiring infrastructure including pipelines.

Ameren Upgrading Natural Gas Pipeline in Illinois

Ameren Illinois customers in Champaign will see energy at work throughout the spring and summer as crews replace vintage steel pipeline and natural gas services with modern, corrosion-resistant polyethylene material.

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 potential 130-mile (210 km) offshore pipeline and a transcontinental pipeline, the companies announced.

Lithuania to Poland LNG Pipeline to Come Online Next Year

Lithuanian state-controlled energy company Ignitis Group will start supplying liquefied natural gas (LNG) to Poland next year when a new pipeline between the two countries comes online, its CEO said on Monday.

Advisor to Assess 'Way Forward' on East Africa Oil Pipeline

South Africa's Standard Bank has hired an independent environmental and social advisor to help assess its involvement in Total's East African Crude Oil Pipeline that environmental groups have opposed.

Max Midstream Launches Open Season on Seahawk Pipeline

Seahawk Pipeline, a subsidiary of Max Midstream, is developing a crude oil pipeline in the Eagle Ford area from its Edna Terminal to the Seahawk Terminal in the Port of Calhoun, Texas, and wants to gauge shipper interest, the company announced.

Qatar Pledges $60 million to Pipeline from Israel to Gaza

Qatar coming on board publicly gives another boost to the project, which has a 2023 target date for completion.

APA Launches Australia's First Hydrogen-Ready Transmission Pipeline Project

Australia’s APA Group announced a landmark hydrogen pilot project to enable the proposed conversion of 43-kilometers (26.7 miles) of Parmelia Gas Pipeline in Western Australia into Australia’s first 100 percent hydrogen-ready transmission pipeline.

18 Companies Quit Nord Stream 2 Pipeline Project

Baker Hughes Co and AXA Group and 16 other companies recently quit work on Russia's Nord Stream 2 natural gas pipeline and will not be sanctioned, according to a document the Biden administration sent to Congress last week which was seen by Reuters.

Uganda Expects Work on Oil Pipeline with Total to Soon Start

Uganda said the construction of a $3.5 billion oil pipeline with France's Total due to run through neighboring Tanzania was expected to begin shortly.

An Alberta Petrochemical Complex is at the Heart of Brookfield's Inter Pipeline Bid

Inter Pipeline Ltd's ambitious petrochemical plant was meant to unlock new markets, instead it has left the Canadian company battling cost overruns and vulnerable to a hostile C$7.08 billion ($5.64 billion) takeover from Brookfield Infrastructure Partners.

EU Says it Does Not Need Nord Stream 2, Only Germany Can Block it

The European Union does not need the Nord Stream 2 pipeline for its energy security but any decision to stop the project carrying Russian natural gas to Germany would have to come from Berlin, a senior European Commission official said.

Munich Re Stops Insuring Nord Stream 2 Amid Sanctions Threat

A subsidiary of Germany's Munich Re will no longer insure the Nord Stream 2 pipeline from Russia to Europe amid the fear of sanctions by the U.S. government.

Design and Engineering Starting for Oil Search’s Pikka Project in Alaska

Papua New Guinea-based Oil Search announced front-end engineering and design is beginning for phase 1 of its Pikka project on Alaska’s North Slope.

Pipeline to Link Leviathan Gas Field to Egypt LNG Plants

Israel and Egypt have agreed to build a pipeline to connect Israel's offshore Leviathan natural gas field to liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminals in northern Egypt, the Israeli minister said.

Biden Admin Designates Russian Ship as Helping to Build Nord Stream 2 Pipeline

The Biden administration identified a Russian ship and a company it believes are helping to build the Nord Stream 2 pipeline, but the entities had already been sanctioned by the Trump administration and the project's opponents in Congress said the move would do little to halt work on it.