Natural Gas

Hungary Receives Gas Shipments from Ukraine, Pipeline Operator Says

Russian gas producer Gazprom under a long-term supply deal with Budapest that took effect on Friday is set to supply Hungary with gas via Serbia and Austria instead of through Ukraine.

Russia's Gazprom Starts Transport Gas Via TurkStream, Awaits Nord Stream 2 Approval

Russia's Gazprom said it has started transporting gas to Hungary and Croatia on Friday via the TurkStream pipeline.

Bulgaria Hikes Natural Gas Price by 36.2% in October

Bulgaria's energy regulator approved a 36.2% increase of the wholesale natural gas price as of October following a request by Bulgargaz, the Balkan country's main gas provider and public supplier.

Ukraine Demands Sanctions on Russia's Gazprom After Kyiv Loses Gas Imports

Ukraine called on the United States and Germany to impose sanctions on Russia's Gazprom, which it accused of using energy as a weapon after the energy giant implemented a transit deal with Hungary.

European Gas Prices Hit All-Time Highs as Russian Flows Slump

European gas prices surged to all-time highs on Friday as Russia kept a tight lid on supply, signaling further price pressures on consumers heading into the winter season.

Kinetrex Energy and Wabash Valley Power Announce Construction on 3 RNG Facilities

The new RNG facilities are designed to capture methane produced from landfills and convert that methane into pipeline-quality natural gas.

Poland Joins Calls for EU Action on Energy Price Spike

Poland has joined a growing group of countries seeking European Union action to curb surging gas and energy prices, as governments take steps to protect consumers from higher bills.

AGA Chair Anderson Continues Theme of People, Planet and Potential

AGA Chair David Anderson’s 30 years of industry experience and extensive involvement with both AGA and NGA provide him with a broad industry perspective.

Bolivia’s YPFB Transporte to Boost Gas Pipelines Capacity

YPFB Transporte S.A.’s objectives for 2021 are to increase natural gas production and meet the growing demands of the domestic market, such as respecting the contracts with Brazil and Argentina.

Explainer: Global Energy Shortage or a Coincidence of Regional Crises?

There is a broad-based rebound in energy demand from lows hit during the depths of the coronavirus pandemic that has raised prices for oil, gas and coal; ongoing supply restrictions by oil cartel OPEC; and global transport bottlenecks that have complicated fuel distribution.

Putin Says Turkey Safe from Gas Crisis Thanks to TurkStream Pipeline

Russian President Vladimir Putin told his Turkish counterpart Tayyip Erdogan that Turkey is shielded from a gas crisis, which has gripped Europe, thanks to the Russian-built TurkStream gas pipeline.

Lithuania Expects Polish Gas Link Construction Completion This Year

A pipeline designed to connect the gas grids of Lithuania, Estonia, Latvia and Finland to continental Europe will begin operating in the second half of 2022 after a delay of almost a year, the Lithuanian energy minister said.

U.S. Appalachian Gas Pipeline Projects Go by the Wayside

Many of the proposed pipelines to deliver gas to the Appalachian region have been scuttled in recent years, running into opposition to fossil-fuel infrastructure, regulatory problems, or protests from environmental groups.

Enbridge Announces Low-Carbon Fuel Deals with Vanguard, Shell

Enbridge Inc. said on Tuesday it had signed partnerships with Royal Dutch Shell and Vanguard Renewables to make low-carbon fuels, as the Canadian pipeline operator aims to cut its greenhouse gas emissions.

Tallgrass to Track, Measure Emissions on U.S. Interstate NatGas Pipeline

Tallgrass Energy Partners will begin monitoring emissions, including methane and other greenhouse gases, on its Rockies Express Pipeline, making it the first U.S. company to do so an interstate natural gas pipeline.

PennEast to End Development of Pennsylvania-New Jersey Natural Gas Pipeline

PennEast Pipeline said on Monday it would cease development of the natural gas pipeline it had proposed to build from Pennsylvania to New Jersey in part because the project has not yet received all the required permits.

Vitol CEO Sees Global Gas Market Set for Reasonably Bullish 5-Year Outlook

Global gas prices are at "extreme levels" due to low inventories and strong demand in Europe and China, and the market is set for a reasonably bullish five-year outlook, said Russell Hardy, CEO of Vitol.

Hungary Accuses Ukraine of Meddling as Hungary Signs Russia Gas Pact

Russia, which used to ship natural gas primarily through Ukraine, has diversified export routes, constructing the undersea Nord Stream pipelines direct to Germany and the TurkStream link from Russia to Turkey.

Texas Railroad Commission: Statewide Gas Flaring Falls to Lowest Rate in Years

In July, the statewide flaring rate in Texas fell to its lowest rate in years according to Railroad Commission data, falling by more than 75% since August 2019.

U.S. NatGas Futures Rise on Cooler Weather, Rising Heating Demand

U.S. natural gas futures climbed to a one-week high on Friday as some parts of the country start to crank up their heaters with the coming of cooler weather and as near record global gas prices keep demand for U.S. LNG exports high.

Sources Say U.S. Gas Producer Gulfport Energy Explores Sale

Gulfport is currently seeking to renegotiate two contracts with pipeline companies. Scrapping them could help it save money.

U.S. NatGas Futures Rise on Soaring Global Prices, Low Output

U.S. natural gas futures rose from a two-week low on Thursday as soaring global gas prices kept demand for U.S. LNG exports high and output remained sluggish after Hurricane Ida in late August.

Ukraine Says it Will Not Offer Extra Interruptible Gas Transit Capacity for October

Ukraine's gas pipeline operator will not offer additional interruptible transit capacity for Russian gas to Europe for October as supplier Gazprom has not booked any extra guaranteed capacity, the operator said on Thursday.

Cheniere Louisiana Sabine 6 LNG Export Unit Moves Closer to Entering Service

U.S. energy regulators on Wednesday gave Cheniere Energy Inc. permission to introduce feedgas to commission parts of the sixth liquefaction train at the U.S. LNG company's Sabine Pass LNG export plant in Louisiana.

Soaring Gas Prices Ripple Through Heavy Industry, Supply Chains

Global record high natural gas prices are pushing some energy-intensive companies to curtail production in a trend that is adding to disruptions to global supply chains in some sectors such as food and could result in higher costs being passed on to their customers.

Why a Crisis Over European Gas Prices Caused Panic About CO2 Supplies

Britain struck a deal with a major producer of fertilizer and carbon dioxide to restart two plants which had halted operations due to soaring prices for natural gas. The closures had led to fears that the production of a wide range of food and drinks could be shut down within days.

UK has Plans to Protect Consumers from Soaring Gas Prices – Business Minister

Britain has plans in place to protect the market and consumers from soaring global gas prices, business minister Kwasi Kwarteng said on Sunday following a meeting with the head of energy regulator Ofgem.

Norway to Raise Gas Exports to Europe as Prices Soar

Norway will allow state-controlled Equinor and its partners to increase gas exports from two offshore fields for the next 12 months amid concerns over a shortage of European gas supplies that have sent prices soaring.

Syria Says Gas Pipeline at Deir Ali Power Station Resumes After Islamic State Attack

The gas pipeline at the Deir Ali power station has returned to operation after completion of repairs, the Syrian Ministry of Oil announced on Saturday, according to Syrian state TV.

Group of EU Lawmakers Seeks Probe of Gazprom's Role in Gas Price Surge

A group of European Parliament lawmakers has asked the European Commission to investigate Gazprom's role in soaring European gas prices, saying the company's behavior had made them suspect market manipulation.