Gas transmission

Berkshire Hathaway Energy to Acquire Dominion Energy’s Gas Transmission and Storage Business

Berkshire Hathaway has agreed to purchase Dominion Energy's natural gas transmission and storage business for almost $10 billion.

Denmark Gives Nord Stream 2 Nod to Restart Pipeline Work

Denmark has given approval for the Nord Stream 2 pipeline to use pipelaying vessels with anchors to complete work on the natural gas pipeline in Danish waters.

Petrobras Enters Binding Phase in Sale of 10% Stake in NTS Gas Pipeline

Brazil's state oil firm Petrobras has begun the binding phase in the sale process of its 10% remaining stake in gas pipeline firm Nova Transportadora do Sudeste SA (NTS), it said in a securities filing on Friday.

Targa NGL Pipeline Company Launches Open Season

Targa NGL Pipeline Company has launched an open season to solicit shipper interest on a planned NGL pipeline from Kingfisher County, Oklahoma to Mont Belvieu, Texas.

Germany's Merkel Underlines Aim to Complete Baltic Pipeline

German Chancellor Angela Merkel has reaffirmed her country's commitment to completing the controversial Nord Stream 2 pipeline that has faced tough U.S. resistance.

India to Simplify Gas Pipeline Tariff to Boost Demand

India's oil minister announced the country is planning to simplify its gas pipeline tariff structure in order to attract further investment into the nation's gas infrastructure.

Align Midstream Partners Completes TOPS Pipeline

Align Midstream Partners has announced the completion of its TOPS Pipeline and the formation of a joint venture in the pipeline with Sabine Oil & Gas.

Chesapeake Asks to Cancel Pipeline Contracts Amid Bankruptcy Filing

Chesapeake Energy is looking to cancel more than $300 million worth of pipeline contracts as part of its Chapter 11 bankruptcy proceedings.

Black Bear Transmission Announces Purchase of Gas Pipeline Assets

Black Bear Transmission has announced the purchase of natural gas pipeline assets from Third Coast Midstream.

Austria's Verbund Bids for OMV's Stake in Gas Pipeline Operator

Austrian utility Verbund has made a binding offer for OMV’s 51% stake in gas pipeline operator Gas Connect Austria, it said on Monday.

Ukraine’s Big Bet: Upgrading, Expanding Gas Transmission Networks

The World Bank will spend $250 million to improve the efficiency of Ukraine’s Gas Transmission System Operator (GTSO). One key goal of this ambitious project is “to strengthen its technical and institutional capacity.”

Trans Adriatic Pipeline Enters Initial Testing Phase

The Trans Adriatic Pipeline has begun testing flows of natural gas on 2.5-mile section at the Greek-Albanian border as it moves toward European deliveries later this year, but the bidding phase was postponed due to the global market downturn.

Bulgaria's State Gas Firm Seeks Loans for Pipeline Construction

Bulgaria's state gas firm Bulgartransgaz is seeking up to 400 million euros ($453 million) to finance an extension of the TurkStream gas pipeline and other gas projects.

BP Turns Over Rights to Operate South Caucasus Pipeline

BP has turned over rights to operate the South Caucasus Pipeline (SCP), part of the network that is due to start carrying gas from Azerbaijan to Europe this year, to a unit of Azeri state energy firm SOCAR.

Algeria's Sonatrach Becomes Majority Shareholder in Medgaz Pipeline

Algeria's Sonatrach has acquired an additional 19.10% stake in the Medgaz Pipeline making it the largest shareholder in the offshore natural gas pipeline.

Bulgaria Still Aims to Complete TurkStream Pipeline Extension by Year-End — PM

Bulgaria's Prime Minister is hoping his country will complete its portion of the TurkStream pipeline by the end of 2020, despite construction delays brought about due to the coronavirus pandemic.

LNG Deliveries to U.S. Export Facilities Decline to Lowest Level Since 2019 - EIA

According to data released from the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA), deliveries of natural gas to U.S. export facilities fell during most of the month of May to levels not seen in almost two years.

Russian Gas Transit via Poland Has Nearly Stopped: Ifx

Flows of natural gas from Russia across Poland on the Yamal pipeline have almost completely stopped barely a week after a transit deal between the two countries expired.

TC Energy Completes Sale of Coastal GasLink Stake

TC Energy has completed the sale of a 65% stake in its Coastal GasLink pipeline.

EU Court Throws out Challenge from Nord Stream 2

The second-highest court in Europe has dismissed a challenge by the owners of the Nord Stream pipelines against Europen Union gas rules, leaving it up to individual countries to enforce them.

Petronas, China LNG Deal Calls for Distribution via ‘Virtual Pipelines’

Petronas and China's Clean Tiger Energy have agreed to an LNG supply deal with a provision that the Chinese company distributes the fuel to remote locations using ISO tanks.

Gazprom Reduced Gas Supplies to Germany, Turkey in March — Interfax

Data released from the Interfax news agency reported that Russia's Gazprom reduced its supplies of LNG in March to Germany and Turkey, two of its key partners.

Poland Expects Russia to Continue Gas Transit to Europe

Polish authorities expect that Russia's Gazprom will continue to transport gas through their country into Europe even after a transit deal between the two countries expired earlier this week.

Gazprom Begins Preparation for Power of Siberia-2

Russian gas giant Gazprom has begun a feasibility study for its Power of Siberia-2 natural gas pipeline.

Williams Discontinues New York Pipeline Project After Key Permit Denial

Energy regulators in New York have once again denied a key water permit for Williams controversial Northeast Supply Enhancement Project causing the company to indefinitely suspend the project.

Russian Pipelaying Vessel Moors at Nord Stream 2 Hub in Germany: Data

According to tracking data from Refinitiv, a Russian pipe-laying vessel that Gazprom may be planning to use to finish its Nord Stream 2 pipeline has docked near a German logistics hub in Mukran.

Poland, Russia to Cut Decades-Old Gas Transit Ties

Poland will not be renewing its gas transit deal with Russia's Gazprom once their current deal expires later this month.

Germany Denies EU Waiver for Nord Stream 2 Pipeline

Operators of the Nord Stream 2 pipeline were denied a waiver of EU regulations for the pipeline on Friday by German energy regulators.

Gazprom Natural Gas Exports Slump 19% in Q1 — Source

Citing weak demand, a source told Reuters that natural gas exports on Gazprom pipelines fell by nearly 20% in the first quarter.

More Pipelines Are Needed for India to Increase LNG Imports — EIA Report

Recent data released by the U.S. Energy Information Administration shows that in order to continue to increase its LNG imports, India needs to build more gas pipelines.