Gas transmission

Russian Pipelaying Vessel Stops Near Nord Stream 2 Site

The Russian pipe-laying vessel Akademik Cherskiy stopped on Saturday near the construction site of the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline in the Baltic Sea, Refinitiv Eikon data showed on Saturday.

China Launches 685-Mile Section of Natural Gas Pipeline

Operations have started on the middle portion of the China-Russia East natural gas pipeline, allowing natural gas from the Power of Siberia system in Russia to be transmitted to a smog-prone region in northern China.

Gassco Changes Make Norway Gas Flows Harder to Gauge - Analysts

Norwegian gas pipeline operator Gassco launched a revamped data website this week that switches away from live physical flows, drawing criticism from analysts who say it has reduced transparency in a key energy market.

Belgium-UK Gas Interconnector Pipeline Reduces Capacity

The Interconnector gas pipeline will reduce capacity for immediate delivery flows from Belgium to Britain, effective Tuesday, the operator said.

Limited Pipeline Capacity in North American Regions Raises Winter Fuel Concerns

The United States has enough power generation to meet demand this winter, but extreme weather could challenge reliability in California and New England by putting fuel supplies at risk

Consumers Energy Completes 90-Mile Saginaw Trail Pipeline

Consumers Energy has completed construction of its $610 million Saginaw Trail Pipeline project, which replaced aging natural gas pipelines and related infrastructure across three Michigan counties.

Canada Regulators Support NOVA's Edson Pipeline Expansion

The Commission of the Canada Energy Regulator has recommended federal cabinet approval of NOVA Gas Transmission Ltd.'s Edson Mainline Expansion Project.

Williams Restructures Contracts with Bankrupt Chesapeake

Pipeline operator Williams Companies said on Monday it will take ownership of some of Chesapeake Energy Corp's assets in exchange for accepting lower gas gathering fees from the bankrupt shale producer.

Enbridge Adds Solar Facilities to Power Pipeline Operations

Enbridge is adding solar energy facility to help power its natural gas pipeline compressor stations, citing a recent pledge to green its operations.

Islamic State Claims Responsibility for Sinai Pipeline Blast

A blast struck the Al Arish-Al Qantara natural gas pipeline in Egypt's Sinai Peninsula on Thursday, and Islamic state later claimed responsibility without giving evidence.

Blast Strikes Natural Gas Pipeline in North Sinai

A blast struck the Al Arish-Al Qantara natural gas pipeline in Egypt's Sinai Peninsula on Thursday, three witnesses told Reuters.

Control Rooms Faced with Navigating the Pandemic

We asked over 300 controllers from 13 U.S. and Canadian control rooms for first-hand accounts of how their companies responded to the pandemic and controller needs.

China Bullish on Myanmar’s Gas Reserves, Pipelines

After many years of brokering deals and planning, China has managed to cement its place as the sole buyer of Myanmar’s massive Shwe Gas reserves. A new trans-Burma corridor now aims to secure oil imports from the Middle East and Africa.

Sonatrach to Expand Pipeline Network in New Contracts

Algeria’s national integrated oil and gas company Sonatrach’s short- to medium-term investment strategy has moved a notch higher after it signed contracts with six companies for construction of midstream, upstream and downstream projects

Interstates Worry About Inspecting Farm Taps

Will transmission pipelines now have to worry about complying with distribution pipeline regulations in addition to their own? That is the concern with one of the key provisions in a proposed rule from the Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (PHMSA).

WhiteWater, MPLX Substantially Complete Agua Blanca Expansion

WhiteWater Midstream and MPLX announced the substantial completion of their Agua Blanca pipeline system expansion, which is expected to be in full service in early 2021.

Russia's Gazprom Proposes Gas Price Rise for Poland

Poland's dominant gas company PGNiG said its biggest supplier, Russia's Gazprom , had proposed increasing prices for its gas in an existing long-term delivery deal, at a time of heightened tensions between Moscow and Warsaw.

INGAA's New CEO Stresses Great Industry Engagement

In this month's Executive Commentary, INGAA's new president and CEO, Amy Andryszak, shares her thoughts on her new job, new regulatory policies and the need for pipeline companies to engage the general public.

Russia's Gazprom Seeks More Capacity to Transport Gas Through Ukraine — Naftogaz

The head of Ukraine's state natural gas firm Naftogaz said Russia's Gazprom has approached them seeking to book more transport capacity on its natural gas pipelines to Europe.

TC Energy Sees Higher Costs for Coastal Gaslink Pipeline

TC Energy told investors on Thursday that it expects the cost for its Coastal Gaslink Pipeline in British Columbia to rise compared to previous estimates due to increased scope, permitting delays, and impacts from the pandemic.

China's Sinopec Completes Qingdao-Nanjing Gas Pipeline Construction

China's Sinopec announced on Tuesday it had completed construction of a natural gas pipeline connecting the Qingdao LNG terminal to Nanjing city in the Jiangsu province.

EQT Corp to Buy Chevron Appalachian Assets, Pipeline Stake, for $735 Million

EQT announced it has agreed to purchase assets from Chevron in the Appalachian basin, including a stake in Laurel Mountain Midstream, for $735 million.

TC Energy to Begin Construction on NGTL Expansion Project

TC Energy has received approval from the Canadian government for its 2021 NOVA Gas Transmissions Ltd. (NGTL) System Expansion Project.

DTE Energy to Spin Off Gas Pipeline Business

Michigan utility DTE Energy announced on Tuesday it is spinning off its gas pipeline business into a publicly-traded company.

Nord Stream 2 Pipe-Laying Vessel Nears Project Hub

A Russian pipe-laying vessel, expected to help complete the $11 billion Nord Stream 2 pipeline, is heading towards a pipeline storage yard for the project in Germany, according to ship-tracking data.

Kinder Morgan Permian Highway Still on Track as Profit Falls

U.S. pipeline operator Kinder Morgan told investors on Wednesday that its Permian Highway pipeline was still on track to begin service in 2021 even as quarterly profit fell 10% due to lower shipping volumes.

Explosion at Thai PTT Gas Line Kills Three, Injures 28

A gas pipeline exploded in Thailand on Thursday killing three people and injuring 28.

FERC Approves Kinder Morgan Acadiana Expansion Project

The U.S. Federal Energy Regulatory Commission has approved Kinder Morgan Louisiana Pipeline’s Acadiana Project.

Kleinfelder Completes Acquisition of Gas Transmission Systems

San Diego-based Kleinfelder Group said it has acquired utilities and pipeline services firm Gas Transmission Systems (GTS) for an undisclosed sum.

Fluor Awarded Pipeline Construction, Maintenance Contract in Peru

Fluor has been awarded a pipeline construction and maintenance contract in Peru by Compañía Operadora de Gas (COGA) under the Consorcio Mantenimiento de Gasoductos del Peru (CMgP) consortium.