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Carbon+Intel: Top US Oil States Vie for Carbon Capture Oversight to Speed Up Permits

Companies are proposing carbon capture and storage hubs to sequester greenhouse gas emissions from refineries, chemical and natural gas plants, a move that could help slow global warming.

TotalEnergies Withdraws Completely from Myanmar

Before now, the company's decisions have been to halt all ongoing projects, but to continue to produce gas from the Yadana field, which is essential for supplying electricity to the local Burmese and Thai population.

Kinder Morgan Profit Tops Expectations on Higher Gasoline, Jet Fuel Volumes

Kinder Morgan beat Wall Street expectations for fourth-quarter profit, as the U.S. pipeline operator transported higher volumes of gasoline and jet fuel with demand rising.

Associations in the News January 2022

INGAA Names New VP Environment   Jones The Interstate Natural Gas Association of America (INGAA) has named Julia Jones as its vice president of Environment. She brings to INGAA nearly two decades of experience as an environmental attorney.    Prior to joi..

Companies in the News January 2022

San Diego-based engineering firm Kleinfelder has acquired Century Engineering of Hunt Valley, Maryland. Century provides a multitude of engineering services including transportation planning, design, and inspection; information and spatial solutions (GIS).  ..

People in the News January 2022

People  Weaver Pipeline infrastructure company Interflow has named Daniel Weaver as its new managing director, marking the fourth generation of family leadership at the Sydney, Australia-based firm. His father, former CEO Geoff Weaver, will remain as chair..

What's New January 2022

What's new in products and services from Saint-Gobain, NDT Global, Vermeer, Netzsch, Ralston, and Brooks.

Enbridge to Expand Natural Gas Pipeline for Transport to Texas LNG Brownsville

Texas LNG Brownsville and Enbridge have executed a pipeline transportation precedent agreement for the expansion of the Valley Crossing Pipeline.

Inaugural P&GJ Awards Winners Honored at In-Person Houston Gala

An elite group of midstream professionals gathered in Houston on November 18th to attend the inaugural Pipeline & Gas Journal Awards gala, which honored the midstream industry’s leading innovations and outstanding personal contributions.

Mega-Field of Zama Draws Big Investment in Mexico

Although Pemex has yet to present a development plan for the Zama oil field, exploration company Talos Energy recently said its value, regardless of operator and equity splits, will be in “multiples of invested capital to date.”

Clearfork Midstream Secures $400 Million Commitment, Plans to Acquire Azure Midstream

Clearfork Midstream announced it has secured a $400 million commitment from EnCap Flatrock Midstream and will acquire Azure Midstream Energy.

Kazakh Ex-Leader's In-Laws Leave Key Energy Sector Jobs

Two members of former Kazakh president Nursultan Nazarbayev's extended family have resigned from the leadership of state oil and gas shipping companies.

Indian Oil to Invest $944 Million on Gas Sales Network in Nine New Areas

Indian Oil Corp, the country's top refiner and fuel retailer, aims to invest 70 billion rupees ($944.02 million) to build gas sales network infrastructure, including pipelines.

Aramco Oil Pipelines Investors Miss Funding Goal With $2.5 Billion Bond Sale

A group of institutional investors that took a stake in Saudi Aramco's oil pipelines network sold $2.5 billion in dual-tranche amortizing bonds, significantly below the amount sought.

Harvest Midstream Signs Agreement to Acquire Arrowhead ST Holdings

Harvest Midstream announced the signing of a purchase and sale agreement to acquire the remaining interest in Arrowhead ST Holdings, LLC from its joint venture partner.

UGI to Acquire Stonehenge Appalachia Midstream Natural Gas Gathering System

UGI Corporation announced that its subsidiary, UGI Energy Services, agreed to acquire Stonehenge Appalachia for approximately $190 million.

Mexico Attorney General Seeks Up to 39 Years Prison for Ex-Pemex Boss

Mexico's attorney general has requested a prison sentence of up to 39 years for the former chief executive of state oil company Petroleos Mexicanos for his role in a corruption scandal.

Enterprise Products to Buy Navitas for $3.3 Billion to Boost Natural Gas Pipeline Network

Pipeline operator Enterprise Products Partners said on Monday it would buy Warburg Pincus-owned Navitas Midstream for $3.25 billion in cash.

Williams Delivers Record Volumes Through Expanded Transco Gas Pipeline System

Williams announced that it recently delivered a record amount of natural gas on its Transco interstate pipeline, due to continued expansions on the pipeline.

Up to $3 Billion Worth of Shell's Nigerian Oil Assets Attract Interest from Local Firms

At least five Nigerian oil and gas companies are preparing to submit bids this month for Royal Dutch Shell's onshore oilfields in a sale that could fetch up to $3 billion.

TC Energy's 590,000-bpd Keystone Pipeline Resumes Operations

TC Energy's 590,000-barrels-per-day Keystone oil pipeline resumed operations after it was shut the previous evening for unplanned maintenance.

Uniper Secures $11 Billion of Credit to Cope with Gas Volatility

German utility Uniper has secured credit facilities worth 10 billion euros from parent Fortum and bank KfW in a move to cope with unprecedented volatility in energy markets.

Nord Stream 2 Go-Ahead Could Come in Mid-2022 - Uniper CEO

The Nord Stream 2 pipeline, which is to transport Russian gas to Germany, could get approved in the middle of the year.

Oil Rises Above $78 on Optimism About 2022 Outlook

Oil gained some support from an outage in Libya. Oil output will be cut by 200,000 barrels per day for a week due to pipeline maintenance.

Venture Global to Sell LNG to China National Offshore Oil Corp

Venture Global LNG said it has signed a 20-year deal to sell liquid natural gas to a unit of China National Offshore Oil Corp.

Norway's Aker BP in $14 Billion Deal to Buy Lundin Energy's Oil and Gas

Norway's Aker BP will buy the oil and gas business of Sweden's Lundin Energy, forming the second-largest listed petroleum firm on the Norwegian continental shelf.

Gazprom Expects Dividend on 2021 Results at More Than 45 Roubles/Share

Russian energy giant Gazprom expects to pay dividend on 2021 results of more than 45 roubles ($0.6087) per share thanks to high oil and gas prices.

RWE Zeroing in on Green Hydrogen Production Plans

Germany’s RWE, signed a contract with professional services firm Jacobs to study the production and supply of green hydrogen at the Pembroke Power Station in Wales.

Proteum Energy and Istmo Energy to Produce Low-Cost Hydrogen in the Permian Basin

Proteum Energy entered a Memorandum of Understanding with Istmo Energy for Proteum to provide low cost, low carbon intensity hydrogen to Istmo for production of "ultra-low sulfur diesel" and clean hydrogen.

BP to Buy Out US Pipeline Partnership in $723 Million Deal

BP will acquire the remaining stake in its U.S. pipelines partnership BP Midstream Partners LP that it doesn't already own in a more than $700 million deal.