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Doosan, Skyfire Consulting Partner for Long-Range Pipeline-Inspection Project

Skyfire Consulting, a public safety drone consultancy, has announced a partnership with Doosan Mobility Innovations to launch a long-range pipeline-inspection project with a major U.S. pipeline operator.

Putin: Nord Stream 2 Will be Finished by Q1 2021

Russian President Vladimir Putin said he hoped the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline would be completed by the end of the year or in the first quarter of 2021, after sanctions imposed by the United States delayed construction.

Belarus Halts Own Oil Exports to Germany, Russian Oil Transit Unaffected — Sources

Belarus' state oil company Belorusneft has suspended supplies of its own oil to Germany this month as Minsk needs to compensate for shortages of Russia-sourced oil amid a contract dispute with Moscow, four industry sources told Reuters on Friday.

Enterprise and Navigator Load First Vessel at New Ethylene Export Terminal

Enterprise Products Partners and Navigator Holdings announced that the first cargo of ethylene has been exported from their 50/50 joint venture marine terminal located at Morgan’s Point, Texas along the Houston Ship Channel.

A.Hak International Awarded Onshore Baltic Pipe Contract

Netherlands-based A.Hak International said it has been awarded a contract for construction of a Danish onshore section of the Baltic Pipe Project by Energinet.

Superior Pipeline Acquires Gathering and Compression Assets

Superior Pipeline Company announced that it has completed the acquisition of roughly 600 miles of gathering pipeline and compression in central Oklahoma.

Tumbleweed Acquires Ladder Creek Helium Plant, System from DCP

Newly established Tumbleweed Midstream announced it has acquired the Ladder Creek Helium Plant and its associated 730-mile gathering system in eastern Colorado from DCP Midstream.

Federal Appeals Court Tosses Permit for Atlantic Coast Pipeline Station

A federal appeals court has thrown out a permit for a natural gas compressor station on Dominion Energy's Atlantic Coast Pipeline.

FERC Approves Chesapeake Utilities Pipeline Expansion

Chesapeake Utilities has announced that FERC has issued an order approving the Company's proposed Del-Mar Energy pipeline project.

Edgewater Midstream Announces Initial Equity Commitment from EnCap Flatrock Midstream

Edgewater Midstream has secured an initial capital commitment of $400 million from EnCap Flatrock Midstream.

Oxy Separates Western Midstream in Debt-Reduction Move

Occidental Petroleum said it will make its Western Midstream business a standalone company, shedding $7.8 billion in debt with the former Anadarko pipeline business.

Enbridge May Re-file Application for U.S. Deepwater Oil Terminal

Enbridge Inc will consider re-filing its application for federal permits to build a crude export terminal off Freeport, Texas, if market demand picks up, a company spokesman said on Friday.

Mexico's President to Request Rerouting of Planned Gas Pipeline

Mexico's President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador said that he will ask for TC Energy Corp to be reroute its planned Tuxpan-Tula pipeline so it does not cut across lands considered sacred by communities in Puebla state.

Revolution, Mariner East to Resume after $30 Million Settlement

Pennsylvania fined Energy Transfer more than $30 million on Friday but will allow it to resume construction of its Revolution pipeline. The agreement also lifts a statewide construction ban, enabling work to resume on Mariner East.

Jordan Gets First Natural Gas Supplies From Israel

Texas-based Noble Energy has begun pumping the first supplies of Israeli gas to Jordan, Jordan's National Electricity Company (NEPCO) said on Wednesday, amid opposition in the Middle Eastern kingdom.

Just Energy Sells Georgia Gas Assets, Closes Sale of Irish Business

Just Energy Group said it has sold all of its customer contracts and natural gas in storage in the State of Georgia to Infinite Energy for approximately US$3.4 million and closed the previously announced sale of its Irish operations to Flogas Natural Gas.

Williams Completes Gateway Expansion Project Ahead of Schedule

Williams today said it has placed its Gateway Expansion into full service 11 months ahead of schedule through "expedited project execution and construction," boosting natural gas deliveries to the energy-hungry U.S. Northeast by 65,000 MMcf/d in time for the winter heating season.

Gibson Sanctions Million-Barrel Expansion at Hardisty Terminal

Calgary-based Gibson Energy Inc. said it has approved the construction of one million barrels of new tankage at its Hardisty Terminal.

EDP Closes Financing for El Salvador LNG-to-Power Project

Energía del Pacífico (EDP) said it has completed project financing for the LNG-to-power project currently under construction at the Port of Acajutla, El Salvador. It is the largest private investment ever made in the country, EDP said.

Enbridge Recovers Debris from Line 5 in Straits of Mackinac

Enbridge Inc. said Monday that it retrieved a 45-foot steel rod that was resting against an underwater oil pipeline where lakes Michigan and Huron converge.

First Pipe Segments Delivered for Canada's Coastal GasLink Project

TC Energy said the first segments of pipe for its Coastal GasLink pipeline project have been delivered to storage sites in Kitimat and Chetwynd, British Columbia, in anticipation of construction ramp-up next year for the 416-mile (670-km) project.

TC Energy Files to Reduce Toll on Canadian Mainline Pipeline

TC Energy Corp said on Friday its unit has reached a settlement with customers to reduce toll on the western part of its Canadian Mainline pipeline, making it cheaper to transport gas, and asked the Canada Energy Regulator for its approval.

Orsted Divests LNG Business to Glencore

Danish energy group Orsted said on Wednesday it has agreed to divest its liquefied natural gas business to trading house Glencore.

Noble Midstream Moves to NASDAQ from NYSE

Noble Midstream Partners announced that it will voluntarily transfer its stock exchange listing to the Nasdaq Global Select Market from the New York Stock Exchange, effective Dec. 27, 2019 after market close.

U.S. Sanctions Could Hit Nord Stream 2 Construction in Danish waters

Germany believes a new U.S. law imposing sanctions on companies building Russia's contested seabed Nord Stream 2 pipeline could affect ongoing construction works off the coast of Denmark, Bild newspaper said, citing a government document.

Tallgrass Energy Accepts Sweetened Buyout Deal from Blackstone

U.S. pipeline operator Tallgrass Energy said on Tuesday it accepted a sweetened offer from a Blackstone-led group that values the company at about $6.3 billion.

Honeywell Acquires Rebellion Photonics, a Developer of Gas Monitoring Solutions

Honeywell said it has acquired Houston-based Rebellion Photonics, a provider of intelligent, visual gas monitoring solutions for the oil and gas, petrochemical and power industries.

Israel Signs Egypt Gas Permit, Becomes Major Energy Exporter

Israel became a major energy exporter for the first time on Monday after signing a permit to export natural gas to Egypt. The announcement comes just days before a lucrative Israeli gas field in the Mediterranean Sea is expected to go online.

Epic Approves Second Greenfield Fractionator at Robstown Complex

EPIC Y-Grade will construct its second fractionator in Robstown, Texas, bringing the total fractionation capacity of the project to 270,000 bpd.

FERC Approves Site Prep for Tellurian's Driftwood LNG Export Plant

Federal regulators said Tellurian can begin site preparation at the site of its proposed $27.5 billion Driftwood LNG export project, a facility that calls for major pipeline construction projects in Texas and Louisiana.