Infrastructure

Energy Transfer Vows to Keep Dakota Access Oil Flowing

Energy Transfer vowed to fight a court order to shut down and empty the Dakota Access oil pipeline, contending that U.S. District Judge James Boasberg overstepped his authority with the Monday ruling.

Subsea 7 Awarded Over $100 Million in North Sea, GOM Projects

Subsea 7 announced it has been awarded major contracts for work in the North Sea and in the Gulf of Mexico for subsea pipeline projects and additional infrastructure.

NiSource to Pay $56 Million to Resolve Gas Blasts Probe

NiSource Inc will pay $56 million to resolve a probe into Massachusetts gas explosions in 2018 linked to a utility it owns that killed one person and destroyed multiple buildings, the state's attorney general said.

Germany Plans Ambitious Hydrogen Pipeline Network

Over the next decade, Germany plans to create the longest hydrogen transmission pipeline network in the world and it will be an integral part of the country’s “green stimulus” program to restart the economy after the coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis.

India to Simplify Gas Pipeline Tariff to Boost Demand

India's oil minister announced the country is planning to simplify its gas pipeline tariff structure in order to attract further investment into the nation's gas infrastructure.

Tallgrass Energy Cheyenne Connector Pipeline Enters Service

Tallgrass Energy announced that both the Cheyenne Connector Pipeline and the Rockies Express Pipeline expansion project have both entered service.

Investors Raise $7.96 Billion Loan for ADNOC Pipeline Deal

A group of investors has signed a nearly $8 billion loan to help finance a $10 billion gas pipeline investment with the state-owned Abu Dhabi National Oil Company.

KBR to Exit LNG, Energy Business

Engineering and construction firm KBR told investors and employees that the company will no longer be involved in LNG or other energy projects as the company refocuses on other core aspects of its business.

ADNOC Signs $10 Billion Gas Pipeline Deal

ADNOC has signed a $10 billion investment deal with a consortium of investors for a stake in its natural gas pipeline assets.

Dominion Seeks More Time to Complete Atlantic Coast Pipeline

Dominion Energy has requested more time from U.S. energy regulators to complete its long-delayed Atlantic Coast pipeline, even after receiving a favorable ruling from the U.S. Supreme Court on Monday.

U.S. Supreme Court Sides with Atlantic Coast Pipeline in Appalachian Trail Dispute

The U.S. Supreme Court ruled on Monday in favor of the Atlantic Coast Pipeline, stating the federal government has the authority to allow the $7.5 billion natural gas pipeline to cross under the Appalachian Trail.

Glenfarne Group Announces Acquisition of Magnolia LNG

Glenfarme LLC announced it has purchased Magnolia LNG, an export terminal development project in Louisiana.

Trans Adriatic Pipeline Enters Initial Testing Phase

The Trans Adriatic Pipeline has begun testing flows of natural gas on 2.5-mile section at the Greek-Albanian border as it moves toward European deliveries later this year, but the bidding phase was postponed due to the global market downturn.

Greece Shortlists Six Investors in Gas Distribution Network Sale

Greece has narrowed down the list of investors being considered in a sale of its gas distribution network to six potential buyers.

Golden Pass Seeks to Boost Capacity at Texas LNG Plant

Golden Pass LNG has requested permission from FERC to increase the capacity of its $10 billion LNG plant in Texas from 15.6 MTPA to over 18 MTPA .

Algeria's Sonatrach Becomes Majority Shareholder in Medgaz Pipeline

Algeria's Sonatrach has acquired an additional 19.10% stake in the Medgaz Pipeline making it the largest shareholder in the offshore natural gas pipeline.

Bulgaria Still Aims to Complete TurkStream Pipeline Extension by Year-End — PM

Bulgaria's Prime Minister is hoping his country will complete its portion of the TurkStream pipeline by the end of 2020, despite construction delays brought about due to the coronavirus pandemic.

LNG Deliveries to U.S. Export Facilities Decline to Lowest Level Since 2019 - EIA

According to data released from the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA), deliveries of natural gas to U.S. export facilities fell during most of the month of May to levels not seen in almost two years.

Court Ruling in Keystone XL Case Will Affect Other Major U.S. Pipelines

A U.S. appeals court ruling on Thursday in a case against the Keystone XL pipeline will likely have large effects on other major pipeline projects in the country.

Sinopec to Build $2.8 Billion LNG Terminal in Eastern China

Sinopec has contracted with the city of Zhoushan on China's eastern coast to build a $2.8 billion LNG import terminal.

Sempra Energy Delays Port Arthur LNG Project Decision to 2021

Citing market concerns caused by the coronavirus pandemic, Sempra LNG, a subsidiary of Sempra Energy, announced it has delayed an investment decision regarding its Port Arthur LNG project until 2021.

Russian Gas Transit via Poland Has Nearly Stopped: Ifx

Flows of natural gas from Russia across Poland on the Yamal pipeline have almost completely stopped barely a week after a transit deal between the two countries expired.

TC Energy Completes Sale of Coastal GasLink Stake

TC Energy has completed the sale of a 65% stake in its Coastal GasLink pipeline.

Cameron LNG Begins Production Train 3 at LNG Facility

Cameron LNG, owned by Sempra LNG, has begun producing LNG from the third and final liquefaction train of its Phase 1 liquefaction-export project in Hackberry, Louisiana.

Alaska LNG Project Receives FERC Authorization, but Doubts Loom

Alaska's proposed multi-billion-dollar LNG project has received FERC authorization, but the project still has a long way to go.

Kinder Morgan Restarts Units at Elba LNG Facility After Fire

Kinder Morgan has begun restarting two of its three trains damaged in a fire at its Elba Island LNG facility in Georgia.

NextDecade Delays Rio Grande LNG Final Investment Decision to 2021

Barely more than a week after NextDecade announced it would make a Final Investment Decision on its Rio Grande LNG project in 2020, the company announced it has pushed the decision back to 2021.

Williams Discontinues New York Pipeline Project After Key Permit Denial

Energy regulators in New York have once again denied a key water permit for Williams controversial Northeast Supply Enhancement Project causing the company to indefinitely suspend the project.

Germany Denies EU Waiver for Nord Stream 2 Pipeline

Operators of the Nord Stream 2 pipeline were denied a waiver of EU regulations for the pipeline on Friday by German energy regulators.

More Pipelines Are Needed for India to Increase LNG Imports — EIA Report

Recent data released by the U.S. Energy Information Administration shows that in order to continue to increase its LNG imports, India needs to build more gas pipelines.