Projects

Nord Stream 2's Construction in Danish Waters Could Wrap Up by End-April

Construction of Nord Stream 2 undersea gas pipeline from Russia to Germany in Danish waters is scheduled for completion by the end of April, Danish Maritime Authority said on Monday.

Strohm Testing High-End TCP for Total ExxonMobil

Composite pipe technology company Strohm secured a contract with Total and ExxonMobil for a qualification testing program for a high-pressure, high-temperature thermoplastic composite pipe (TCP).

Siemens Building CO2-Free Hydrogen Plant

Siemens Smart Infrastructure and WUN H2 GmbH signed a contract to build one of the largest hydrogen production plants in Germany. It will be built in Wunsiedel in the north of Bavaria.

Pipe Laying for Nord Stream 2 Restarts in Danish Waters

The consortium behind the Russia-led Nord Stream 2 natural gas pipeline has resumed laying pipes in the waters of Denmark, it said on Saturday, despite mounting pressure on the project from Washington.

Germany Backs Nord Stream 2, For Now - Merkel

Germany is sticking with its support for the Nord Stream 2 pipeline "for the time being", Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Friday.

Pipelines at Heart of Bangladesh’s $453 Million Gas Project

Bangladesh’s government has undertaken an expensive gas infrastructure project with two goals: efficiency in gas production is to be improved and gas transmission pipeline capacity is to be extended.

Alaska Seeks to Build Natgas Pipeline from North Slope to Fairbanks

The proposed $5.9 billion gas pipe would run roughly 500 miles (805 kilometers) from Prudhoe Bay to Fairbanks and could start delivering gas into central Alaska in 2025.

Canada's Suncor Energy Reviewing Mining Safety After Three Workers Killed

The incidents follow accidents during construction of Trans Mountain Corp's oil pipeline expansion, causing it to halt work temporarily.

Projects February 2021

A collection of brief articles provides updates on global pipeline projects for the current month.

Supreme Court to Hear Pipeline Company's Bid to Seize New Jersey Land

The U.S. Supreme Court on Wednesday agreed to hear a bid by a consortium of energy companies seeking to seize land owned by the state of New Jersey to build a $1 billion natural gas pipeline.

France Won't Pressure Germany Over Nord Stream 2 Plans, Officials Say

France will not put pressure on Germany about its plans for the Nord Stream 2 pipeline to pump more Russian gas to Europe, Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian said.

Summit Midstream Announces $175 million Commitments for Double E Pipeline Project

Summit Permian Transmission has received $175 million of commitments from three leading commercial banks to finance the development of its Double E Pipeline Project, which will transport gas from the Delaware Basin in the Permian shale in New Mexico and Texas to the Waha hub in West Texas.

Environmentalists and Unions Clash Politically Over Pipelines

Environmentalists and labor unions that threw their support behind U.S. President Joseph Biden now find themselves on the opposite sides of a battle over the construction of big pipeline projects between Canada and the United States.

Michigan OKs Great Lakes Oil Pipeline Tunnel Permits

The decision, a victory for Enbridge Inc., comes as the Canadian company resists Democratic Gov. Gretchen Whitmer's demand to shut down its 68-year-old line in the Straits of Mackinac.

EQT and Project Canary Launch Responsibly Sourced Natural Gas Pilot Project

EQT Corporation announced its commitment to a pilot project to demonstrate the production of responsibly sourced natural gas (RSG) for use in domestic and international energy markets.

JD Fields and HDM Tubes Building Spiralweld Mill in Texas

JD Fields & Company, a leading U.S. steel products distributor for oil & gas pipeline and civil infrastructure, announced plans for JDF/HDM Spiralweld Mill in Sinton, Texas.

Russia's Litasco to Financially Help Iraq's Nassiriya Oilfield Double Output

The deal which was approved by the cabinet on Tuesday includes building a 100,000 bpd oil production facility and a 42 km oil pipeline.

Agua Blanca Pipeline Expansion in Service Ahead of Schedule

WhiteWater Midstream announced that the Agua Blanca pipeline system expansion has entered commercial service. The 1.8 billion cubic-feet-per-day (Bcf/d) expansion of Agua Blanca will deliver gas from across the Delaware Basin to the Waha hub.

Biden Thinks Nord Stream 2 is 'Bad Deal' for Europe, White House Says

Biden's administration will be reviewing restrictions on the project included in a bill that passed during the Trump administration, the White House said on Tuesday.

U.S. Mountain Valley Gas Pipeline Again Delayed

The companies building the Mountain Valley natural gas pipeline now plan to seek individual permits to cross each stream remaining in its path, and analysts say that will delay its startup until 2022.

Appeals Court Deals Another Blow to Dakota Access Oil Pipeline

The decision by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia panel raises the chances that Energy Transfer LP's 557,000 barrel-per-day Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL) will be shut pending environmental review.

Augustus Pipeline in Service in Texas, Centurion Announces

Centurion Pipeline announced the Augustus Pipeline commenced service on schedule on Dec. 1, 2020.

Tellurian Withdraws Application for Permian Global Access Pipeline

Liquefied natural gas (LNG) developer Tellurian told federal energy regulators it wants to withdraw its application to build the Permian Global Access natural gas pipeline in Texas and Louisiana.

Open Grid Europe Looks to Operate Gas Pipeline in March

Open Grid Europe is testing the recently completed $705 million (600 million euro) Zeelink gas pipeline with plans to make it operational, possibly as early as March 2021.

Canada's Trans Mountain Pipeline Assumes Greater Importance After KXL's Demise

Trans Mountain Corp, a government corporation, is spending C$12.6 billion ($9.9 billion) to nearly triple capacity to 890,000 barrels per day (bpd), a 14% increase from current total Canadian capacity.

Pipe-laying Vessel Started Work in Danish Waters for Nord Stream 2

The project, designed to boost Russian gas supplies to Europe and bypass Ukraine, has met resistance from Washington, which wants to sell its own sea-borne liquefied natural gas to the European Union and cut the region's reliance on energy supplies from Moscow.

Tracking Data Shows Russian Pipe-Laying Vessels Head toward Nord Stream 2 Work Site

Russian pipe-laying and other vessels are heading to Nord Stream 2 pipeline construction sites in the Baltic Sea amid U.S. pressure to scrap the project that aims to pump more Russian gas to Europe.

Canada’s Connacher Oil and Gas Announces Pipeline Project

Connacher Oil and Gas expects to have a 18,000 barrel per day oil pipeline from its Great Divide oil sands leases near Fort McMurray, Alberta, completed by the second half of 2022.

U.S. Set for Record Canadian Oil Imports Even Without Keystone XL

Even without Keystone, the United States now relies on Canada for more than half of its imported oil. Several of the lines carrying that crude are in the midst of expansions.

European Lawmakers Call to Block Nord Stream 2

As expected, European Union lawmakers passed a resolution calling for the bloc to stop the completion of the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline to take Russian natural gas to Europe, in response to the arrest of Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny.