Natural Gas

Enbridge Receives Approval to Begin Service on Louisiana Venice Gas Pipeline Project

Canadian pipeline operator Enbridge's Texas Eastern Transmission subsidiary received approval on Thursday from U.S. energy regulators to commence service of a natural gas pipeline associated with its Venice extension project in Louisiana.

Baker Hughes, Snam Partner to Decarbonize Italian Gas Network with Hydrogen-Ready Technology

Baker Hughes has secured a contract with Snam, Europe’s primary operator in natural gas infrastructure, to provide advanced technology aimed at decarbonizing the Italian gas network.

Court Upholds FERC's Authority in Gas Pipeline, LNG Project Deadline Extensions

(P&GJ) — A recent court ruling upheld FERC's authority to extend deadlines for approved natural gas projects, despite opposition from environmental groups. The cases in question involved the Northern Access Pipeline in Pennsylvania and the expansion of Cheniere's Corpus Christi Liquefaction LNG facility in Texas.

Shell Seeks Longer U.S. License Before Committing to Venezuela Gas Project

Oil major Shell is seeking a long-term license from the U.S. before making a final investment decision on the Dragon natural gas project in Venezuela, four people familiar with the matter said.

Enterprise Expands Permian Operations with New 300 MMcf/d Gas Processing Plant

Enterprise Products Partners will build a natural gas processing plant in Texas to expand its operations in the Permian Basin, the U.S. energy firm said on Wednesday.

Lunate Acquires 40% Stake in ADNOC Pipeline Assets from BlackRock and KKR

Abu Dhabi investor Lunate said on Wednesday it had bought a 40% stake from private equity firms BlackRock and KKR in the entity that leases Abu Dhabi National Oil Company's (ADNOC) oil pipelines.

Cheniere's Reduced Output Leads to Decline in U.S. LNG Demand

There was a significant decline on Tuesday in the amount of U.S. natural gas being liquefied for export with a drop in demand from Cheniere Energy's Corpus Christi plant in Texas and its Sabine Pass operation in Louisiana, according to data from financial firm LSEG.

Canada's Indigenous Community Eye Big Energy Deals, Await Trudeau Loan Promise

Canada's First Nations are eyeing their biggest opportunities yet to invest in multi-billion-dollar energy projects such as pipelines, hinging on Prime Minister Justin Trudeau keeping a promise this spring to make the deals easier to finance.

Nopetro Renews Florida's Energy Landscape with Landfill Gas-to-RNG Facility

Nopetro Renewables has announced that it broke ground on Southern Florida's first landfill gas to renewable natural gas (RNG) facility in Indian River County.

SLB to Buy ChampionX for $8 Billion in Growing Deal-Making in U.S. Energy Sector

Top oilfield services company SLB said on Tuesday it will buy smaller rival ChampionX in an all-stock deal valued at $7.75 billion, amid growing consolidation in the North American energy sector.

Summit Midstream Launches Open Season on Natural Gas Pipeline

Pipeline operator Summit Midstream Partners on Monday launched a non-binding open season to gauge interest for services of a natural gas pipeline running from the Delaware Basin in New Mexico and Texas to the Waha hub in West Texas.

GCL Revives Gas Business After Offloading Solar, Sets Sights on LNG Ambitions

Privately-run Chinese power company GCL Holdings is rebuilding a natural gas business after offloading hundreds of solar installations to set up gas import capacity and a trading operation, company executives told Reuters.

Pembina Pipeline Completes Enbridge Interest Acquisition, Boosts 2024 Guidance

Pembina Pipeline Corp. has finalized its acquisition of Enbridge’s interest in the Alliance, Aux Sable, and NRGreen joint ventures.

Kimmeridge Ready to Negotiate Proposed Offer for SilverBow After Rebuff

Kimmeridge Energy Management said on Monday it remained ready to engage with SilverBow Resources over its takeover bid, days after the U.S. oil and gas producer rejected the latest offer that valued it at $2.1 billion including debt.

Argentina Pursues Gas Export Route to Brazil via Bolivia Amid Regional Supply Concerns

Energy companies from Argentina and Brazil have begun talks on reversing the southerly flow of a Bolivian natural gas pipeline network that connects the three countries as a regional gas deficit could force Brazil to pay up for alternative supplies of the fuel.

Eni Receives UK Government Approval for CO2 Pipeline Crossing England-Wales Border

The pipeline will facilitate the transportation of carbon dioxide from capture plants across the North West of England and North Wales to Eni's depleted natural gas reservoirs beneath the seabed in Liverpool Bay.

Chevron Begins Pipeline Transport of Leviathan Natural Gas to Ashdod Refinery

NewMed Energy LP, a partner in the Leviathan natural gas field offshore Israel alongside Chevron Mediterranean and other stakeholders, announced the commencement of condensate transportation from the field to the Ashdod oil refinery located in western Israel.

XCL Resources Seeks FTC Approval for Altamont Energy Acquisition

The application seeks approval from the agency for its proposed acquisition of Altamont Energy, LLC, an oil and gas operator in Utah's Uinta Basin region.

Mitsui Invests $740 Million in Developing Vietnam Gas Field

Japanese trading house Mitsui & Co. said on Friday it has reached a final investment decision to develop Vietnam's Block B gas field, with its share of development cost of about $740 million.

Colonial Pipeline Delays Shutdown of Baltimore Segment After Bridge Collapse

Colonial Pipeline will delay the shutdown of a small, underutilized section of its pipeline system that delivers fuel to North Baltimore from April 1 to May 1, according to a notice to shippers seen by Reuters.

New Jersey Residents 'Overwhelmingly' Prefer Natural Gas to Heat Homes, Survey Finds

A recent public opinion survey conducted by Affordable Energy for New Jersey indicates that the majority of New Jersey residents strongly favor natural gas as their preferred energy source for heating homes and powering appliances.

TotalEnergies Restarts Gas Production at Tyra Offshore Hub

The revamped hub is expected to produce 5.7 million cubic meters of gas and 22,000 barrels of condensate per day, reaffirming Denmark's self-sufficiency and status as a net exporter of natural gas.

SEFE Acquires Full Stake in WIGA from Wintershall Dea

WIGA holds sole ownership of German regulated gas transmission system operators GASCADE Gastransport GmbH and NEL Gastransport GmbH.

API Releases New Standard for Public Engagement in Pipeline Operations

The standard, titled API Recommended Practice (RP) 1185, Pipeline Public Engagement, aims to foster proactive, inclusive, and collaborative communication throughout the lifecycle of pipeline construction and operation.

EnCap Investments Plans Sale of Utah Oil Producer XCL Resources, Sources Say

EnCap Investments is looking to sell XCL Resources, two years after the private equity firm's plan to combine the oil and gas producer with a local rival was thwarted by U.S. antitrust regulators.

New U.S. Rules Aim to Curb Leaks from Oil and Gas Drilling on Public Lands

The policy complements efforts the Biden administration has made at other agencies to reduce emissions of methane, a potent greenhouse gas that tends to leak from drill sites and pipelines.

Colonial Pipeline Freezes Nominations on Baltimore Section Amid Port Shutdown

The Colonial Pipeline Company on Tuesday paused nominations to ship fuel on cycles 15 and 16 on Line 32, which delivers products to its Curtis Bay facility in the port of Baltimore, according to a notice seen by Reuters.

Takeaway on Upswing in Permian, Haynesville

According to Pipeline & Gas Journal’s recent construction report a total figure of 19,832 miles of pipeline either planned or under construction in North America.

Why Morocco Remains Keen on Pipeline Project with Nigeria

Morocco has re-affirmed its commitment to the construction of a new gas pipeline network along the West Africa coastline to promote intra-Africa natural gas trade, as well as to guarantee energy supplies to Europe.

CPS Energy to Acquire Gas Plants from Talen Energy for $785 Million

Utility firm CPS Energy said on Wednesday it would buy natural gas plants in Corpus Christi and Laredo in Texas from Talen Energy for $785 million.