Gas

Midcoast’s CJ Express Pipeline Expansion Improves Gathering Capabilities

The CJ Express pipeline expansion project added pipeline and compression to Midcoast Energy’s gathering system in East Texas when it came in service last month, a spokesman said.

China's 2021 Fuel Exports to Surge 32% as Refining Capacity Swells

Gas imports are forecasted to rise 12.5% to 158.5 bcm this year, with pipeline gas at 55 bcm and LNG at 103.5 bcm.

Carbon-Neutral or Green LNG: A Pathway Toward Energy Transition

As natural gas has a central role to play in mitigating carbon emissions, LNG producers have started to look for ways to minimize or counterbalance their carbon footprints, which ongoing LNG decarbonization efforts are likely to expedite.

Gas Industry Highlighting Its Own ‘Greener’ Alternatives

A growing recognition is seeping out of the industry that the dump-fossil-fuels campaign isn’t going away, and oil and gas operators must take responsibility for their carbon footprints. From global majors to local gas distribution companies (LDC), the oil patch is thinking a lot more about alternative energy and renewables.

VVC Exploration Expanding Helium Portfolio, Acquires Gas Property in Kansas

The Monarch Lease is a 1,720-acre property in the Byerly Field in Greely County, Kansas. It includes six formerly producing gas wells connected to the Tumbleweed Midstream pipeline.

Petrobras Natural Gas Hikes Enduring Even as Shares Dip

Petroleo Brasileiro SA is unlikely to be able to back away from a 39% hike in natural gas prices slammed by Brazil's President Jair Bolsonaro, sources close to the company said, pointing to the durability of existing contracts with distributors.

Gas Pipeline Leak Prompts Shutdown of Two Hilcorp Platforms in Alaska

Hilcorp Energy Co. has shut down two oil platforms in Alaska’s Cook Inlet in response to a natural gas leak discovered last week.

German Gas Grids Report Progress with Investment Plans, Pipeline Expansions

German gas pipeline companies have completed 28 out of 201 measures planned between 2020 and 2030, keeping them on track to provide capacity expansions and conversions for increased imports this decade.

Russian Pipe-laying Vessel Moves to Danish Waters for Pipeline Construction

Russian vessel Akademik Cherskiy is transiting to Danish waters to start preparatory work before commencing laying pipes for the gas pipeline Nord Stream 2, the consortium said on Tuesday.

Perspective: Australia's Natural Gas Industry Should Worry About Demand, Not Supply

Australia, the world's largest exporter of liquefied natural gas, is facing a dilemma when it comes to domestic demand for the fuel, as the government's plans for a gas-fired economic recovery run into some confronting realities.

Perspective: U.S. Gas Industry Increasingly Relies on LNG Exports

U.S. gas producers have become increasingly reliant on LNG exports to Europe and Asia to absorb their growing output and prevent domestic prices from plunging as a result of oversupply.

Singapore Appoints Two More Term LNG Importers

Singapore's Energy Market Authority has appointed ExxonMobil LNG Asia Pacific and Sembcorp Fuels (Singapore) as term liquefied natural gas importers for the city state, increasing the number of players to four.

Lucid Energy Commissions Cryogenic Processing Plant in the Delaware Basin

The Red Hills V plant has the capacity to process 230 million cubic feet of natural gas per day (MMcf/d) and brings the total capacity of Lucid’s natural gas processing franchise in the northern Delaware Basin to 1.2 billion cubic feet per day.

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.

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.

EnerMech Secures Five-Year Deal with Chevron Australia

Chevron Australia awarded global integrated solutions specialist EnerMech a five-year contract to provide a range of integrated services to its Western Australian oil and gas facilities.

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.

INGAA Chairman Emphasizes Climate Goals, Importance of Natural Gas

As a president and chief operating officer of DTE Midstream, David Slater is not only well suited to be INGAA chairman but is also eager to serve in the position he was recently elected to by the association’s Board of Directors.

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.

Ancala Midstream Gets Lundin Energy Norway Contract for Gas Transportation, Processing

Ancala Midstream Acquisitions secured a life-of-field contract to transport and process gas from the Solveig field in the Norwegian sector of the North Sea.

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 capital city of Cincinnati.

Chevron to Buy Out Noble Midstream in All-Stock $1.32 Billion Deal

Chevron Corp will buy the shares of Noble Midstream Partners LP it does not already own in an all-stock deal that values the pipeline operator at $1.32 billion, a month after making a slightly smaller offer.

Argentina's Vaca Muerta Growth Depends on LNG to Asia

Argentina needs to plan and build more liquefied natural gas (LNG) capacity to accelerate the development of its largest shale play, Vaca Muerta, the CEO of Pan American Energy said.

CERAWEEK: Natural Gas Can Help Solve Climate Change, Industry Reminds Policymakers

The energy industry wants policy makers to remember that natural gas can and should be part of the solution in solving climate change, executives said at a conference.

Resurgent Canadian Natgas Producers Looking to U.S. Market

Canadian natural gas producers are bouncing back faster from the COVID-19 pandemic than battered U.S. shale firms, putting them in position to boost net gas exports to the United States for the first time in five years.

Oil Refineries Shut as Texas Energy Industry Reels from Deep Freeze

A deep freeze across Texas took a toll on the energy industry in the largest U.S. crude-producing state, shutting oil refineries and forcing restrictions from natural gas pipeline operators.

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. The region bounded by Bulgaria to the north, Croatia to the northwest and Turkey to the southeast currently suffers from disconnected markets, owing to the lack of an integrated cross-border gas pipeline network, a heavy dependence on Russian gas and insufficient storage capacity.

Gazprom Halts Gas Supply to Russia's Kaliningrad Region

The country relied solely on Gazprom for its gas supplies until 2014, when it launched its own liquefied natural gas (LNG) import facility and now imports most of its gas from Norway and elsewhere.

Why Investors Should Care about Challenges Mitigating Gas Flaring

Flaring has been a lightning rod for criticism of the upstream oil and gas sector due to the greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions it creates, as well as the perceived wastefulness by the companies who flare. What some may not realize is that the alternative, known as “venting,” is even more damaging.