Gas transmission

Enterprise Launches Open Season for Expanded Diluent Service on TE Products Pipeline

Originating in Mont Belvieu, Texas, the pipeline stretches to the Chicago-area market, providing access to third-party pipelines facilitating diluent transport to Canada. The open season aims to accommodate heightened shipper demand without disrupting existing operations.

Luxfer Introduces G-Stor Hydrosphere for Advanced Hydrogen Transportation

Developed for safe and sustainable hydrogen transportation via virtual gas pipelines, the G-Stor Hydrosphere range offers significant capacity and energy delivery.

Verde Clean Fuels Taps Chemex Global for Natural Gas-to-Gasoline Facility Design

Verde Clean Fuels Inc. has enlisted Chemex Global LLC to lead the front-end engineering and design phase for a proposed natural gas-to-gasoline facility in the Permian Basin.

Russia's May Pipeline Gas Exports to Europe Surge 39%, Data Shows

Russian energy giant Gazprom's average daily natural gas supplies to Europe in May rose by 7.3% from April and 39% year on year, Reuters calculations showed on Monday.

Tokyo Gas Seeks More U.S. Natural Gas Assets, President Says

Japan's top city gas supplier Tokyo Gas is looking to add more U.S. natural gas assets, its president said on Monday, as it aims to expand its gas-related businesses in North America after its recent acquisition of a U.S. shale gas producer.

Chevron Australia Resumes Full LNG Production at Gorgon Facility

Chevron has resumed full LNG production at its Gorgon Gas facility in Australia, after a mechanical fault caused one production train to go offline in late April.

BP, Trinidad's NGC Receive U.S. License for Gas Development with Venezuela

British oil major BP and Trinidad and Tobago's state energy firm NGC have received a two-year license from the U.S. Treasury Department to negotiate and develop the Cocuina-Manakin gas fields with Venezuela, Trinidad's energy minister said on Wednesday.

Tellurian Plans to Use Gas Asset Sale Proceeds to Reduce Debt

LNG developer Tellurian will use most of the proceeds from the sale of its natural gas assets to Aethon Energy to pay off long-term debt, a company spokesperson said on Wednesday.

Aethon Energy to Acquire Tellurian's Upstream Assets for $260 Million

Aethon Energy said it would buy Tellurian's upstream assets for $260 million and signed a deal that could allow the investment firm to purchase two million tons per annum of LNG from Tellurian's Driftwood LNG plant.

Energy Transfer Adds 6,000 Miles of Pipeline with $3.25 Billion WTG Midstream Acquisition

WTG's assets include a 6,000-mile pipeline network that serves the Midland Basin, eight processing plants with a total capacity of 1.3 billion cubic feet per day, and two new plants that are under construction.

Italy's Gas Pipeline Renaissance: A Strategic Move Towards Energy Dominance

Italy plans to actively develop its gas pipelines’ network in years to come with the intention of serving as the biggest gas hub in Europe and the entire Mediterranean region.

Conduit Power and Riley Permian Expand Partnership for ERCOT Power Sales

Plans include the construction of 100MW natural gas-fueled generation and battery energy storage systems across multiple West Texas facilities, slated for commercial operations by 2025.

XCMG's Advanced Drilling Rig Overcomes Challenges in Serbia's Gas Pipeline Project

XCMG's advanced drilling rig, the XZ3600, triumphs in Serbia's gas pipeline project, conquering tough terrain and hard soil layers with ease.

OMV Warns Gazprom May Halt Gas Supplies

Austrian oil and gas group OMV said on Wednesday that gas supplies from Russia's Gazprom may be suspended in connection with a foreign court ruling, without identifying the case but assuring the market it would have replacement cover.

Mountain Valley Pipeline Expects WV-VA Natural Gas Pipe in Service by Early June

U.S. natural gas pipeline venture Mountain Valley Pipeline pushed back the target in-service date of its long-delayed pipe from West Virginia to Virginia to early June from the prior target of "prior to June 1".

Piñon Midstream Boosts Sour Gas Capacity by 50% in Delaware Basin

Piñon Midstream has announced a significant increase in its sour gas treating capacity and an expansion of its infrastructure in the Delaware Basin.

Challenges to Growth Remain Key Story in Appalachian Basin

The Marcellus Shale and Point Pleasant-Utica Shale formations of the Appalachian Basin contain an estimated mean of 214 Tcf of undiscovered, technically recoverable continuous resources of natural gas, according to the United States Geological Survey.

Uzbekneftegaz in Talks to Join Azerbaijan's Shah Deniz Gas Project

Uzbek energy firm Uzbekneftegaz is in talks with Azerbaijan's SOCAR over joining a project to develop Shah Deniz, the largest gas field in the Azerbaijani section of the Caspian Sea, an Uzbek official said on Tuesday.

Phillips 66 to Acquire Pinnacle Midland for $550 Million

Pinnacle's assets include the Dos Picos natural gas complex with a processing capacity of 220 million cubic feet per day (MMcf/d), and 80 miles of pipelines.

UAE's ADNOC Acquires Stake in NextDecade's Rio Grande LNG Project

ADNOC has acquired an 11.7% stake in NextDecade's Rio Grande LNG export facility in Texas and entered a supply agreement, marking the UAE energy giant's first large investment in the United States.

Spotlight on Marcellus: Prolific Gas Play Keeps Rolling as Caution Persists

At the end of the first quarter of 2024, with natural gas prices depressed, the prolific Marcellus Shale gas play rolled along, albeit at a slower pace than usual with some producers cutting back production in March with a wait-and-see attitude toward prices.

Putin Suggests Potential for Oil Pipeline Alongside Planned Gas Link to China

Russia could deliver oil as well as gas to China along a planned route via Mongolia, President Vladimir Putin said on Friday. The project has taken on added urgency for Russia as it bids to ramp up gas shipments to China to make up for the collapse of its exports to Europe because of the war in Ukraine.

Williams Confident Louisiana Gas Pipeline Project Won't Be Halted by Rival Energy Transfer's Bid

The two companies have been in dispute over Williams' Louisiana Energy Gateway (LEG) Project, under construction in Texas and Louisiana, after Energy Transfer pushed back on the line for crossing its own systems.

TC Energy Ordered by Canada's Energy Regulator to Further Reduce Pressure on Gas Pipeline

The Canada Energy Regulator has issued an order to TC Energy's NOVA Gas Transmission Ltd. to further reduce the operating pressure for the Grande Prairie Mainline gas pipeline near Edson, Alberta.

Nigeria-Morocco Pipeline Investment Decision Postponed to Early 2025

A final investment decision on the Nigeria-Morocco natural gas pipeline is expected in early 2025, after being slated for December 2024.

Panama Canal Considers Expansion to Accommodate U.S. LNG Transit Surge

The Panama Canal is in talks with U.S. LNG producers on how to meet increased demand for crossings as water levels recover after a prolonged drought, the canal's administrator Ricaurte Vasquez told Reuters in an interview.

ONEOK Agrees to $280 Million Acquisition of Gulf Coast NGL Pipelines

ONEOK Inc. has agreed to acquire a system of natural gas liquids (NGL) pipelines from Easton Energy, a Houston-based midstream company, for approximately $280 million.

U.S. Gas Surplus Forecasted to Vanish by End of Winter 2024/25

U.S. gas inventories are nearing record highs for this time of year, propelled by exceptionally mild temperatures during the winter of 2023/24, attributed to the El Nino weather phenomenon.

Paraguay Pursues $1.5 Billion Gas Pipeline Linking Argentina and Brazil

Paraguay is advancing talks with energy firms and high-ranking government officials from Argentina and Brazil over a potential $1.5 billion gas pipeline to connect the three countries, sources told Reuters.

New Fortress Delays Start of Mexico's First LNG Plant to Late May

New Fortress Energy said on Wednesday it delayed the start of its Altamira LNG plant in Mexico to May and expects to export its first cargo in June after an incident a few days before the country's first LNG export plant was due to begin production.