Gas transmission

Kinder Morgan Expects Slight Profit Increase in 2020

U.S. pipeline operator Kinder Morgan on Thursday said it expects core earnings to increase slightly next year and signaled it would move to cut its debt load and increase its dividend.

Alder Midstream Announces New Initiatives

Alder Midstream (Alder), owned and operated by Glenfarne Group, has announced several new initiatives focused on building, owning and operating midstream assets in the U.S.

Billion-Dollar LNG Project in Southern Mozambique Expected in 2020

A final investment decision on a $3.15 billion liquefied natural gas (LNG) project near Mozambique’s capital will be taken around the middle of 2020, France’s Total and its partners in the project said on Wednesday.

Hungary Ready to Discuss New Gas Supply Deal with Gazprom — Minister

Hungary is ready to start talks with Russia’s Gazprom about a new long-term gas supply deal, Hungary’s Foreign Ministry said on Monday.

Turkey, Azerbaijan Mark Completion of TANAP Pipeline

Turkey and Azerbaijan formally marked the completion of the Trans-Anatolian Natural Gas Pipeline (TANAP) on Saturday, a milestone in a major project to help reduce Europe’s dependence on Russian gas.

Power of Siberia Natural Gas Pipeline Officially Begins Flows

Russian President Vladimir Putin and his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping officially launched the Power of Siberia pipeline on Monday that will transport natural gas from Siberia to northeast China.

Egypt Signs $430-million Natural Gas Deal With Noble Energy

Egypt said on Saturday it had signed a $430-million deal for Texas-based Noble Energy to pump natural gas through the East Mediterranean Gas Company's pipeline.

National Grid Lifts New York Moratorium, Commits to Pursue Alternate Solutions

National Grid has reached an agreement with the State of New York to immediately resume connecting natural gas service to customers in Brooklyn, Queens and on Long Island for approximately the next two years as the company pursues other long-term solutions to the shortage of natural gas in the region.

Ohio Power Siting Board Approves Natural Gas Pipeline Route

The Ohio Power Siting Board (OPSB) has approved a route for Duke Energy’s Central Corridor natural gas pipeline.

INGAA Renews Call for Bipartisan Pipeline Safety Reauthorization

Don Santa, President and Chief Executive Officer of the Interstate Natural Gas Association of America, issued a statement today in response to pipeline safety legislation introduced by the Chairmen of the House Energy and Commerce and Transportation and Infrastructure Committees:

Whistler Pipeline Consortium Announces Binding Open Season

Whistler Pipeline, LLC has announced a binding Open Season to solicit commitments for the remaining capacity on the Whistler Pipeline.

Poland Says it Will Stop Importing Russian Gas Unless it Secures Better Contract

Poland’s state gas company said Friday it will stop importing natural gas from Russia’s Gazprom when a long-term contract expires in three years, unless it can secure better commercial terms.

MoGas Pipeline Announces Open Season

MoGas Pipeline has announced an open season to solicit interest on its natural gas pipeline system in Missouri and Illinois.

How Rotating Equipment Enhances Efficiency in Pipelines

Today, pipeline operators face increasing challenges on multiple sides, from more complex regulatory processes to the need for safer and environmentally friend operations. Baker Hughes has introduced the NovaLT gas turbine family, which is pushing the boundaries of reliability, efficiency and operability in gas turbines range up to 27,000 Hp.

New York Governor Threatens to Revoke National Grid License

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo has given gas utility company National Grid 14 days to supply gas to over 1,100 customers or he will revoke the company’s license to operate.

Hungary Expects Gas from Russia's TurkStream by Late 2021

Hungary plans to be able to get natural gas from the TurkStream pipeline by the end of 2021, Prime Minister Viktor Orban said after hosting a meeting with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.

China's West-to-East Pipeline Throughput Hits 25 Bcm/Year

The supply of natural gas from the Tarim oilfield through the West-to-East gas pipeline has increased to 25 Bcf/year, according to the PetroChina Tarim Oilfield Company.

U.S. Development Agency to Finance Mexico Natural Gas Pipeline

The new U.S. International Development Finance Corporation (DFC) is investing more than $600 million in a natural gas pipeline in southern Mexico.

New Gas Pipelines Adding Capacity from U.S. South Central, Northeast

The United States is expected to add between 16 billion cubic feet per day (Bcf/d) and 17 Bcf/d of natural gas pipeline capacity in 2019, most of which was built to provide additional takeaway capacity out of supply basins.

Energy Transfer Expects Supertanker Facility in Service by 2023

Energy Transfer said on Thursday that it is expecting to have its offshore export facility in Texas capable of loading supertankers in service by early 2023.

Ukraine, Russia May Sign Gas Transit Deal in Late December: Minister

Ukraine's energy minister is expecting a gas transit deal to be signed with Russia by the end of the year.

Israel-Egypt Gas Pipeline Deal Closed “In Practice”

The EMED joint venture consisting of Noble Energy, Israel's Delek Drilling and Egypt's East Gas Co has all but completed its purchase of a 39% stake in the subsea EMG pipeline.

Ukraine to Develop Gas Transit Company in Effort to Bolster Talks with Russia

In an effort to improve its position in gas transit talks with Russia, Ukraine is developing its own transport company.

Putin, Hungary's Orban to Discuss TurkStream Pipeline

Russian President Vladimir Putin and Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban are hoping to agree on terms for the TurkStream Pipeline at a meeting this week.

Denmark Approves Nord Stream 2 Project

The Nord Stream 2 project has been approved by Denmark, the last remaining country needed to finish the pipeline.

Phillips 66 Beats Profit Estimates with Help from Midstream Assets

Phillips 66 midstream assets helped the company produce better than expected profits last quarter.

New Exxon Partner Prefers Arctic LNG Shipping to Alaska LNG Pipeline

A new company plans to partner with Exxon to ship liquefied natural gas from Alaska’s North Slope to Asian markets as an alternative to an Alaskan pipeline.

Bulgartransgaz Raises 50 Million Euros Above Target for TurkStream

Bulgartransgaz has raised 50 million euros more than it originally sought to finance its portion of the TurkStream pipeline.

Norway's Equinor Eyes Natural Gas Infrastructure in Brazil

Norway's Equinor is actively looking to install new natural gas infrastructure on the coast of Brazil to help facilitate the large amounts of gas being produced in the country.

Russia Says Bulgaria to Complete TurkStream Portion By 2020

Bulgaria has promised Russia that it will complete its portion of the TurkStream pipeline on schedule bringing it in service by early 2020.