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Nigeria Senate President Says Action Coming on Delayed Oil Reform Law

The measure, 20 years in the making, underpins everything from oil exploration to gas pipelines and fuel regulation.

German Orgs Plan Pipeline Infrastructure to Cut Steel Plant Emissions

The idea is for OGE and Equinor to supply initially gas and then hydrogen to Thyssenkrupp steel plant via pipelines, and transport CO2 sequestered from the steelmaking process away to storage underneath the Dutch or Norwegian North Sea via pipelines or ships.

No Intention to Shut Down Michigan Pipelines, Enbridge Says to State

Enbridge responded to Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer's attempt to terminate an easement and thereby close Enbridge's Line 5 dual pipelines, saying the lines in the Straits “are safe and in full compliance with the federal pipeline safety standards that govern them."

NG Energy to Evaluate Formations in Maria Conchita Field

After NG Energy International Corp. successfully drilled a well on the Maria Conchita block, where there is now a pipeline being built to deliver natural gas, NGE’s technical team and external consultants recently finalized a study to evaluate the formations in the Maria Conchita field as a whole.

8 Arrested During Protest Over Line 3 Pipeline Construction in Minnesota

Some protestors refused to disperse after warnings Saturday. The protest is regarding the final leg of replacement of Line 3, the deteriorating pipeline that was built in the 1960s.

No injuries or interruption after Ukraine pipeline explosion

The accident occurred at a section of the Urengoy-Pomary-Uzhgorod gas pipeline in the Poltava region, the Ukrainian Gas Transportation System Operator said.

Noble Midstream, Chevron Agree on Oil Transmission from Wells Ranch

With this agreement, Noble Midstream will now be responsible for substantially all crude oil gathering and intermediate oil transportation services from the Wells Ranch development area.

Calhoun Port Expanding, Connecting to Gray Oak Pipeline

Max Midstream and the Calhoun Port Authority announced that the expansion of the Calhoun Port will begin this year. Max also announced that it reached an agreement with Phillips 66 to connect the Gray Oak pipeline to the Calhoun Port.

Waha Hub Prices Rise with Permian Highway Pipeline in Service

The Permian Basin basis to the Henry Hub briefly went positive as the Permian Highway pipeline entered service, the U.S. Energy Information Administration’s latest weekly natural gas update announced.

TC Energy Launches Open Season to Add 80,000 bpd to Keystone Pipeline System

TC Energy is soliciting binding commitments for crude oil transportation services on the Keystone Pipeline System from Hardisty, Alberta to Patoka, Illinois, to add up to 80,000 barrels per day of capacity to the system.

North America Should Have Maximum Share of Trunk, Transmission Pipelines by 2024, Report Shows

In North America, there are currently 1,243 active and suspended pipelines operating with a total length of 874,064 km. The region is expected to witness a total length addition of 25,335 km, representing 22% of the total global length additions.

Analysis: New U.S. Army Corps' Stream Crossing Rules Could Hurt Oil/Gas Pipes

Finalized revisions to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers' Nationwide Permits program could cause problems for oil and natural gas pipelines, analysts say.

Double E Seeks Permission to Build Texas-New Mexico Natural Gas Pipeline

Double E Pipeline is seeking permission from U.S. energy regulators to start building a natural gas pipeline project in Texas and New Mexico, a filing shows.

German State to Create Foundation to Facilitate Nord Stream 2 Pipeline Completion

Mecklenburg-Vorpommern plans to set up a foundation to facilitate the completion of Nord Stream 2 pipeline, which will bring Russian gas to Germany.

TC Energy Hires Precision Pipeline for Keystone XL Construction

TC Energy Corporation awarded Precision Pipeline, a Wisconsin-based business, a contract for the construction of the Keystone XL Pipeline in Montana and South Dakota.

EIG Agrees to Sell Stake in Brazilian Pipeline to Fluxys

EIG signed an agreement with Fluxys for the sale of EIG’s approximately 27.5% stake in Transportadora Brasileira Gasoduto Bolívia-Brasil, which owns and operates the Brazilian section of the Bolívia-Brazil pipeline.

Two-year Plan Proposed to Undo Work on Atlantic Coast Pipeline

In a filing with federal regulators made public Tuesday, the pipeline company proposed an approximately two-year timeline for efforts across West Virginia, Virginia and North Carolina, where progress on the now-canceled Atlantic Coast Pipeline project ranged from uninitiated to essentially complete.

Permian Highway Pipeline in Service, Kinder Morgan Announces

The Permian Highway Pipeline, which delivers natural gas from the Waha to Katy, Texas area, with connections to the U.S. Gulf Coast and Mexico markets, began commercial in-service at the start of the year.

Total Suspends Gas Project Amid Jihadist Violence

After the Mozambique's jihadist rebels' Jan. 1 attack on Quitunda village, just outside the fence of the gas project, Total removed most of its workforce, estimated at 3,000, from the Afungi peninsula.

China’s Tarim Registers 30-mtpa Oil Equivalent Output for 2020

The Tarim Oilfield of China National Petroleum Corporation (CNPC), China’s leading oil and gas producer, saw its 2020 output surpass 30 million tonnes of oil equivalent.

Serbia Opens Pipeline for Russian Gas, Ignores US Opposition

Defying U.S. calls to reduce its dependency on energy supplies from Russia, Serbia on Friday officially launched a new gas link that will bring additional Russian gas to the Balkan country via Bulgaria and Turkey.

Croatia Kicks Off LNG Terminal in North Adriatic

Croatia's LNG terminal on the northern Adriatic island of Krk began operations amid the first delivery of gas, said the company which runs the unit.

Explosion Hits Gas Pipeline in Egypt’s Sinai, No Casualties

An explosion at a key natural gas pipeline in Egypt’‘s restive northern Sinai Peninsula caused a fire but no human casualties, a senior official said. He added the explosion will not affect the pipeline’‘s supply to el-Arish’s residential areas or an industrial zone in central Sinai.

Azerbaijan Starts Gas Exports to Russia-Dominated European Market

Azerbaijan has started commercial natural gas supplies to Europe via the Trans Adriatic Pipeline (TAP), the energy ministry said , beginning its push into the lucrative energy market dominated by Russia.

New Terminal Loads Initial VLCC Tanker with Crude Oil

Buckeye Partners said crude oil export operations began at the second deepwater dock at South Texas Gateway (STG), a new facility constructed at the mouth of the Corpus Christi Ship Channel in Ingleside, Texas.

Enterprise, Navigator Begin Service on Ship Channel Ethylene Tank

Enterprise Products Partners and Navigator Holdings began service has begun on a 30,000-ton refrigerated ethylene storage tank at the ethylene export terminal, which is owned 50/50 by affiliates of the two companies.

Natixis Sees Deals from Gulf States Monetizing Oil Assets

Natixis expects oil-rich Gulf states to accelerate privatizations, including by extracting revenue from oil assets, with Saudi Arabia and possibly Oman as likely candidates for similar deals next year, the French bank’s regional head said.

Line 3 Pipeline Opponents Sue to Shut Down Minnesota Construction

Opponents of a pipeline project that crosses three states have asked a federal court to halt construction in Minnesota on allegations that U.S. Army Corps of Engineers failed to address several environmental issues when it approved a water quality permit.

China’s Sinopec Plans Record LNG Imports to Battle Cold Snap

Sinopec Corp pledged to maximize domestic gas productions and raise imports of LNG to record rates as a cold spell hitting large parts of the country this week lifts demand for the winter heating fuel.

Federal Officials Investigate Fiery Oil Train Derailment

U.S. federal and local authorities were investigating a fiery oil car train derailment north of Seattle, Wash., near where two people were arrested last month and accused of attempting a terrorist attack on train tracks to disrupt plans for a natural gas pipeline.