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Stored Crude, Condensate Could be Shipped from Shuttered Libyan Ports

Exports of crude oil and condensate could restart soon from a few Libyan ports as authorities seek to draw down its storage and ease an electricity supply shortage.

Kinder Morgan Reroutes Portion of Permian Pipeline, Reaffirms Commitment

Texas energy firm Kinder Morgan remains committed to its Permian Highway Pipeline and has agreed to reroute a short portion of the project after experiencing drilling fluid spills and notable opposition in recent months.

Indigenous Protesters Agree to Leave Peru Pipeline Station

Petroperu announced it has reached an agreement with indigenous protestors who had occupied a pipeline pumping station along one of the country's crude oil pipelines.

China Ramps up U.S. Oil Purchases Ahead of Trade Deal Review — Sources

Shipments of U.S. crude oil into China are expected to rise in the coming weeks as the two countries begin to review a trade agreement signed in January.

Japan's Mitsui Cleared to Export Gas from West Australian Project

Japan's Mitsui & Co won an exemption from the Western Australian government on Monday to export gas from a new onshore field

ConocoPhillips Gets U.S. Green Light for Alaska Oil Project

The U.S. Bureau of Land Management approved ConocoPhillips' plan for drilling in Alaska's National Petroleum Reserve, including roads and pipelines to access the North Slope site.

Gas Pipeline to China's First Major Independent LNG Terminal Complete

Work has been completed on a subsea gas pipeline connecting the country's first major privately owned terminal with a local gas grid.

New Mexico Close to Adopting Oil and Gas Water Rules

Energy regulators in New Mexico are close to adopting a new set of environmental rules regulating produced water from oil and gas operations.

Australia Bucks the Global Trend, Goes with Natural Gas Over Renewables: Russell

Australia's conservative government appears to be pivoting away from backing coal for future energy needs but hasn't quite made it all the way to renewables, instead waylaying into natural gas.

EU 'Highly Concerned' by U.S. Stance on Nord Stream Pipeline

A delegation of members within the European Union has raised concerns with the U.S. state department regarding sanctions imposed by the country on companies involved in the construction of Russia's Nord Stream 2 pipeline.

Rangeland Midstream Canada Brings Marten Hills Pipeline into Service

Rangeland Midstream Canada said its Marten Hills Pipeline System entered service. The system consists of new crude oil and condensate pipelines located in the Marten Hills region of north central Alberta.

Quality Issues Add Delays to Venezuela's Crude Exports — Documents

The worsening quality of crude oil exports from Venezuela is causing further delays in loading times at the state-run oil company PDVSA's main terminal according to internal company documents.

Alaska LNG Faced Challenges from Within State

Amid the state-led push for Alaska’s LNG project, the loudest challenges to the project’s environmental impact statement (EIS) within Alaska came from the city of Valdez and the Matanuska-Susitna Borough, both of which promoted sites within their own municipality as preferable to building the LNG terminal in Nikiski.

Nigeria’s New Pipeline Project Is Never Done Until It Is Done

The litany of ambitious and expensive energy sector projects in Nigeria that are way behind schedule, or have yet to go through preliminary development phases, is long. The 81-mile (130-km), 48-inch (1,200-mm) Obiafu-Obri Kom-Oben (OB3) gas supply pipeline is the latest example.

Canada Now Biggest Source of US Imports

Canada is the largest source of U.S. energy imports and the second-largest destination for U.S. energy exports behind only Mexico. Energy is an important component of trade between Canada and the United States.

Developers Cancel Long-Delayed Atlantic Coast Pipeline

The developers of the long-delayed, 600-mile (965-km) Atlantic Coast Pipeline canceled the multistate natural gas project, citing recurring litigation, permitting uncertainties and mounting costs.

Energy Transfer Vows to Keep Dakota Access Oil Flowing

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

Mexico’s Endless Pipeline Possibilities, Frequent Disappointments

Pipeline projects, and the larger energy industry as a whole in Mexico, are facing swathes of political challenges on both sides of the border.

PennEast Pipeline Receives Favorable Environmental Review from Regulators

The U.S. Federal Energy Regulatory Commission has approved an amended construction plan for Enbridge's PennEast natural gas pipeline.

Nigeria Opens Pipeline, Depot Repair to Private Investors

Nigeria's state oil company NNPC is seeking bids for companies to perform repairs to its pipeline infrastructure and depots serving its oil refineries.

Judge Gives U.S. Three Weeks to Detail Dakota Access Pipeline Options

A federal judge has ordered the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to provide options for resolving the loss of a permit for the Dakota Access oil pipeline by the end of the month.

U.S. Natural Gas Has Biggest Weekly Gain Since 2009

U.S. natural gas futures on Friday jumped to their highest since December after rising by the most in a week since 2009, as LNG exports increased and forecasts called for hot weather through late August.

New Midstream Joint Venture to Provide Permian Basin NGL Takeaway Capacity

Three U.S. midstream companies have formed a new joint venture to provide transport solutions for natural gas liquids in the Permian Basin.

U.S. Senators Take Aim at German Port Over Russia Pipeline

Three U.S. Senators have threatened to impose sanctions on those involved in providing supplies to Russia's Nord Stream 2 pipeline project out of a small German port.

Heavy Rains Cause Collapsed Roads, Pipeline Explosion in Northwest China

A natural gas pipeline exploded in northwest China early Wednesday morning after heavy rains caused several roads to collapse.

U.S. Appeals Court Allows Dakota Access Pipeline to Keep Running

A U.S. appeals court on Wednesday said that the Dakota Access Pipeline does not have to be shut and drained per a lower court order.

Ukraine Says no Plans to Resume Gas Purchases from Russia

Ukraine has said it would not resume buying natural gas supplies from Russia until Moscow offers competitive terms and pricing.

Petroperu Resumes Pipeline Operations After Coronavirus-Related Halt

Peru's state-run energy firm Petroperu has restarted pipeline operations after being halted due to concerns over the coronavirus.

Poland Fines Gazprom $57 Million Over Nord Stream 2

Gazprom has been fined nearly $60 million by Polish energy regulators for failing to cooperate with requests regarding the Nord Stream 2 pipeline.

Report: LDCs Own Residential, Commercial Sectors but Pipelines Fuel Power

A new government report on the U.S. natural gas industry shows that local distribution companies supply 90% of natural gas to U.S. residential and commercial sectors, but pipeline companies handle the biggest volumes through direct delivery to electric power and industrial customers.