Natural Gas

Chief Industries, Catahoula Resources Advancing Carbon Capture, Sequestration in Nebraska

Catahoula and Chief are evaluating CCS infrastructure investments that will enhance the sustainability and improve the economics of ethanol production through low-cost carbon storage within Nebraska.

Ukraine Prepared to Act Against Gazprom Over Central Asian Gas

Ukraine is prepared to take legal action against Gazprom to unblock natural gas supplies from central Asia, the Financial Times reported on Monday.

Heatwave Bringing U.S. West Highest Power Prices Since February Freeze

Already, power prices across the U.S. West spiked to their highest since the February freeze when natural gas pipelines and wind turbines froze in Texas leaving millions without power.

EU Countries Meet to Tussle Over Gas Project Funding

European Union energy ministers meet in Luxembourg on Friday to debate prolonging EU support for some cross-border natural gas projects, despite the European Commission saying such funding should end to meet climate change goals.

Turkey Turns to U.S. Firms while Planning Black Sea Gas Extraction, Official Says

Turkey has shared data on its Black Sea discovery with U.S. energy majors Chevron and Exxon Mobil ahead of possible cooperation in extracting the gas, a Turkish official with knowledge of the matter told Reuters.

National Poll Finds Strong Support for Oil and Gas Pipelines

By a margin of more than 3-to-1, Americans believe pipelines are the best option to transport oil and gas compared to the alternatives of truck and train, both of which present additional risk and produce higher levels of carbon emissions.

New Pipelines Connect West Texas Natural Gas-Producing Areas to Demand Markets

Recently completed pipeline projects in Texas and Mexico have increased natural gas transportation capacity from the Waha Hub — located near Permian Basin production activities in West Texas — to the U.S. Gulf Coast and Mexico.

Hartree Partners Buying Plains All American’s Natural Gas Storage Assets for $850 Million

Plains All American and Hartree Partners announced Plains will sell its Pine Prairie and Southern Pines natural gas storage facilities to an affiliate of Hartree for a total cash consideration of $850 million.

Blinken: U.S. Able to Mitigate Nord Stream 2 Pipeline Effects

Secretary of State Antony Blinken said on Monday the completion of the Russian Nord Stream 2 natural gas pipeline was a "fait accompli,” defending the U.S. decision to waive some sanctions and vowing a response if Moscow tries to use gas as a weapon.

Germany: Ukraine Must Remain Gas Transit Country After New Pipeline

Germany said Ukraine should remain a transit country for Russian gas, the Frankfurter Allgemeine newspaper reported, after President Vladimir Putin said it would depend on the former Soviet republic showing "goodwill" towards Moscow.

Turkey Discovered 135 BCM Additional Natural Gas in Black Sea

Turkey has discovered 135 billion cubic meters of additional natural gas in the southern Black Sea, President Tayyip Erdogan said, raising the total discovery in the region to 540 billion cubic meters.

Pew Research Poll Shows Majority of U.S. Opposes Phasing Out Fossil Fuels

The Pew Research Center released a new poll which found that nearly two-thirds of the U.S. public opposes phasing out fossil fuels as a means of addressing climate change.

WBI Energy Gets FERC Approval for Natural Gas Pipeline Project

WBI Energy, Inc. received an order from FERC issuing a certificate of public convenience and necessity on the North Bakken Expansion project, a natural gas pipeline expansion with capacity to transport 250 million cubic feet of natural gas per day from the Bakken in North Dakota.

Hopes Renewed on Nigeria-Morocco Pipeline

In February, Mohammed VI, the King of Morocco, and Muhammadu Buhari, the president of Nigeria, agreed to fast-track the Nigeria-to-Morocco subsea natural gas pipeline project.

Navigator Expanding Carbon Capture Pipeline Project

The proposed carbon capture pipeline system project seeks to provide biorefineries and others a long-term, economic path to materially reduce their carbon footprint by capturing and transporting CO2 through 1,200 miles of pipeline across five Midwest states to a permanent sequestration site.

FERC Approves Enable's Proposed Louisiana Gulf Run NatGas Pipeline

The U.S. Federal Energy Regulatory Commission approved U.S. energy company Enable Midstream Partners LP's request to build the Gulf Run natural gas pipeline in Louisiana, according to a filing made available on Wednesday.

Gas Industry Responds to Climate Change, Readies Transition

In the midst of winter this year, a panel of academics and energy industry experts gathered online with Columbia University’s Center on Global Energy Policy to map out pathways for making and using hydrogen.

West Coast Greets ‘Cleaner’ Pipe Conversion

Between the California towns of Paramount and Carson, about 40 miles south of Los Angeles, a pipeline that once shipped crude oil from the former to the latter is another step closer to transporting hydrogen gas instead.

11 EU Countries Oppose Plan to Prolong Gas Project Funding

Germany, Denmark, the Netherlands and eight other countries will reject a plan to prolong European Union support for cross-border natural gas projects, and instead push for rules to exclude fossil fuels.

Canada's Inter Pipeline Seals $7 Billion Sector Sale to Pembina After Blocking Brookfield

Pembina Pipeline Corp said on Tuesday it would buy rival Inter Pipeline Ltd in an all-stock C$8.3 billion ($6.90 billion) deal to create one of Canada's top oil and gas transportation companies.

Kinder Morgan to Buy Stagecoach Gas Services for $1.23 Billion

Kinder Morgan Inc said on Tuesday it has agreed to buy Stagecoach Gas Services LLC for $1.23 billion as the pipeline operator looks to expand into the northeast U.S. market.

Posco International Reviewing Dividend Payments on Myanmar Gas Project

South Korea's Posco International said it is reviewing dividend payments on a gas project in Myanmar, in a move that could further constrain funding to the military junta, which seized control of the country in a Feb. 1 coup.

EU Countries Seek to Prolong Bloc's Funding for Gas Projects

European Union countries will seek to prolong EU support for cross-border natural gas projects, a stance at odds with the European Commission's plan to end such funding, according to a draft document.

Ecopetrol Operations Impacted by Colombia’s Protests

Colombia’s Ecopetrol has accumulated high levels of inventories in wholesale plants and the pipelines network due to protests that “have resulted in blockades of the country's main roads and isolated incidents against certain of the Ecopetrol Group's infrastructure."

Cabot Oil & Gas, Cimarex to Create $17 Billion Firm in 'Surprise' Merger

Cabot Oil & Gas Corp and Cimarex Energy Co agreed a merger on Monday to form a U.S.-wide oil and gas firm with an enterprise value of some $17 billion, a deal analysts termed surprising in a sector recently focused on "pure-play" models.

Russian Vessel Moves to German Waters for Nord Stream 2 Pipeline Construction

Russian vessel Fortuna has started laying pipes for the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline in German waters, the gas project said on Sunday, citing Germany's Waterway and Shipping Authority.

Enbridge, Fluxys, EIG Bid for Brazil's Top NatGas Import Pipeline

A consortium of Canada's Enbridge, Belgium's Fluxys and U.S. private equity firm EIG Global Energy Partners has submitted a non-binding offer for Brazil's largest natural gas import pipeline, three people with knowledge of the matter told Reuters this week.

Oil Drillers and Bitcoin Miners Bond Over Natural Gas

On U.S. oil patches stretching along the Rockies and Great Plains, trailers hitched to trucks back up toward well pads to capture natural gas and convert it on the spot into electricity.

Shell Exits Philippine Gas Field in $460 Million Deal

Aside from gas reserves, Malampaya's assets include undersea pipelines and other facilities that could be tapped by future sellers and users of imported LNG.

Greenlane Renewables Signs $9.8 Million Landfill Gas-to-RNG Contract

The contract is for a large landfill gas-to-RNG project. Greenlane will supply its two-stage PSA system to upgrade the landfill gas to pipeline-specification RNG for direct injection into the local natural gas grid.