Gas

Deadly Explosion Rocks Hotel in Cuba, Gas Leak Suspected

A deadly explosion hit a well-known hotel in downtown Havana on Friday, tearing a gash several floors high into the side of the building, killing at least eight people and sending another 30 to hospital, witnesses and Cuban state media said.

Denmark to Boost North Sea Gas Production to Quit Russian Supply

Denmark's government on Tuesday said it aimed to temporarily increase production of natural gas from its fields in the North Sea, in a move to rapidly become independent of Russian supplies.

Southwest Gas Holdings to Consider Sale After Another Acquisition Bid

Icahn has sought to gain control of the company's board after the company adopted a shareholder rights plan in October to stop the investor's push to make the company abandon its $2 billion takeover of Questar Pipelines.

US To Resume Oil, Gas Drilling on Public Land Despite Biden Campaign Pledge

The plan calls for the government to lease fewer acres for drilling than initially proposed, charge steeper royalties to oil and gas companies, and assess the climate impact of developing the acreage.

Mexico Plans Three Gas Liquefaction Facilities, Eyes Tender Process

Mexican wants to build new gas liquefaction facilities to export excess gas and will put the plants out to tender if he does not get commitments for their construction within a month, President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador said on Friday.

Israel-Turkey Gas Pipeline an Option for Russia-Wary Europe — Sources

A Turkey-Israel gas pipeline is being discussed behind the scenes as one of Europe's alternatives to Russian energy supplies, but it will take complicated maneuvering to reach any deal.

Russian Gas Flows to Europe Remain Stable

Russian gas deliveries to Europe on three main pipeline routes were stable on Monday, with the Yamal-Europe pipeline continuing to flow eastwards from Germany into Poland.

Indigenous Australians Ask S.Korea Court to Block Loans to $3.6 Billion Gas Pipeline Project

A group of Indigenous Australians has gone to court in South Korea seeking to block the country's export credit agencies from funding a deep-sea gas pipeline for the $3.6 billion Barossa gas project off northern Australia.

Argentine Gas Suppliers Say New Pipeline Will Reverse Deep Energy Deficit

The pipeline is estimated to take 18 months to build with public investment of $1.59 billion and will unlock more domestic capacity from the Vaca Muerta Formation.

Gazprom Books 22.1 MMcm/d in Gas Export Capacity at Slovakia-Ukraine Border for April

Russian state gas pipeline monopoly Gazprom booked around 22.1 million cubic meters per day (MMcm/d) of gas transit capacity for exports to Europe.

Russian Gas Flows to Europe Broadly Steady

Russian gas deliveries to Europe on three key pipeline routes were steady overall on Monday, rising via the Nord Stream 1 and easing via Ukraine, while reverse flows on the Yamal-Europe pipeline rose.

Germany, Qatar Discuss Long-Term Gas Deal to Reduce Russian Dependence

Germany and Qatar are negotiating a long-term energy partnership, government officials from both sides said Sunday, as Europe's biggest economy seeks to become less dependent on Russian energy sources.

Shell Releases New Plan for North Sea Gas Field Development

In the new environmental development plan of the Jackdaw field, Shell said that it aims to start production from the field, which will supply 6.5% of Britain's gas output, by Q3 or Q4 2025.

Eni Pledges More Gas for Europe to Help Cut Reliance on Russia

Italian energy group Eni said on Friday it could provide extra gas to Europe to help reduce reliance on Russian supplies after Moscow's invasion of Ukraine.

US Natgas Slides Over 2% On Rising Output, Mild Weather

That U.S. price decline came even as global demand for gas to replace Russian fuel after its invasion of Ukraine keeps U.S. LNG exports near record highs and European gas prices about seven times over U.S. futures.

Snam Working on Infrastructure Projects to Boost Gas Supplies

Snam manages some 33,000 km of pipeline in Italy and has stakes in key pipelines that brings Algerian and Azeri gas to Italy as well as the TAG pipeline that transports Russian gas.

Russian Gas Flows Via Nord Stream 1 Dip in Line with Requests

Russian gas deliveries to Europe via the Nord Stream 1 pipeline declined from normal levels, but were in line with requests for gas, while the Yamal-Europe pipeline remained in reverse mode for a third consecutive day.

For Dutch Province, Ukraine War Is a Call to Pump Natural Gas

The Groningen field contains roughly 450 Bcm of recoverable gas. That's nearly three years' worth of European imports from Russia, according an expert at the Netherlands Organization for Applied Science.

ICGB Nears Completion on Greece-Bulgaria Pipeline

The activities on the linear part are in the final phase, the construction of the above-ground facilities is well progressing and 50% of the activities for construction of block valves have already been completed.

Linde Debuts Plant for Extracting Hydrogen from Natural Gas Pipelines

Linde Engineering started a full-scale pilot plant in Germany to showcase how its HISELECT powered by Evonik membrane technology can extract hydrogen from natural gas pipelines, contributing to a decarbonized industry.

Russian Gas Will Continue to Flow Through Ukraine to Europe, Ukrainian Official Says

Russian gas will continue to flow to Europe through Ukraine as long as the operators of Ukraine’s gas networks are able to function, the head of Ukraine's state energy firm Naftogaz said.

CERAWeek: No Short-Term Solution for European Gas Crisis, Says Tellurian CEO

Europeans are very lucky that it was a warm winter, panelists said at a CERAWeek session on Wednesday, referring to an ongoing natural gas crisis that start long before Russia invaded Ukraine.

US Natgas Up 2% on Big Storage Draw, Near Record LNG Exports

U.S. natural gas futures gained around 2% on Thursday as near-record LNG exports caused utilities to pull more of the fuel from storage than expected last week.

US Push to Export LNG Amid Ukraine Crisis Slowed by Climate Concerns

White House efforts to boost U.S. LNG exports and cut Europe's reliance on Russian gas after the invasion of Ukraine are proceeding slowly, because of concerns about the impact on climate change.

Exxon Sues US Over Taxes Related to Gas Project in Qatar

Exxon Mobil Corp. filed a suit against the U.S. seeking a partial refund of $2.1 billion in taxes and penalties tied to a Middle East gas project in Qatar, according to a filing in U.S. district court in Dallas.

Europe Must Urgently Cut Dependence on Russian Gas, Portugal Says

Europe must urgently diversify its natural gas supply sources to reduce its dependence on Russia, Portugal's energy secretary of state said, pointing to alternatives such as the U.S. and Qatar.

US Natgas Futures Ease with Drop in Global Oil, Gas Prices

The U.S. market continued its three-day streak of following sharp moves in European gas and global oil prices with the Russia-Ukraine conflict stoking energy supply concerns.

Russian Gas Flows Via Yamal Pipeline to Germany Halt, Bids Remain

Russian gas accounts for some 40% of European gas demand, while the Yamal-Europe pipeline usually accounts for about 15% of Russia's westbound supply of gas to Europe and Turkey.

TotalEnergies Could Lose S.Africa License If No Output Plan by Sept

TotalEnergies could see its license to develop a major offshore South African gas find scrapped if it does not submit a production plan by September.

Eastbound Gas Flows to Poland Resume Via Yamal-Europe Pipeline

A section of the Russian Yamal-Europe pipeline resumed eastbound gas delivery to Poland following normal, westbound supplies overnight, data from German network operator Gascade showed.