Gas transmission

EU Sees No Need to Extend Deal on Russian Gas Transit via Ukraine

The European Union sees no need to extend an agreement to transport Russian gas to Europe via Ukraine, ahead of the contract's planned expiry at the end of the year, the bloc's energy policy chief said on Thursday.

Equinor Signs 15-Year LNG Deal with India's Deepak Fertilizers

Norway's Equinor said on Monday it had signed a 15-year agreement to supply liquefied natural gas (LNG) to India's Deepak Fertilizers from 2026.

El Niño Drives Real U.S. Gas Prices to Multi-Decade Low

Inflation-adjusted U.S. gas prices have fallen to the lowest level for over 30 years as a mild winter and continued production growth leave the market carrying a growing surplus of inventories.

Pipeline Operator TC Energy Beats Profit Estimates on High Gas Demand

North American pipeline operator TC Energy beat fourth-quarter profit estimates on Friday, boosted by high demand for transporting natural gas.

U.S. Regulators Approve Mexico Pacific LNG's Saguaro Connector Pipeline

U.S. energy regulators on Thursday approved a cross-border pipeline that would export about 2.8 billion cubic feet per day of natural gas from Texas to Mexico Pacific's Saguaro LNG export plant on Mexico's west coast.

Spotlight on Mexico: Sierra Madre Pipeline Signals Nation’s Future

Mexico’s state of Chihuahua and the U.S. company Mexico Pacific have signed an agreement to construct the Sierra Madre Gas Pipeline (STGN). The pipeline will extend 155 miles (250 km) from the Waha Basin in Texas to the border at Chihuahua, then 497 miles (800 km) to Puerto Libertad in Sonora.

Venture Global LNG Presses Regulators to Approve CP2 LNG Project

U.S. liquefied natural gas (LNG) developer Venture Global LNG on Thursday asked federal regulators to approve construction of its controversial Calcasieu Pass 2 export plant at their meeting next month.

U.S. House Set to Vote on Bill Reversing Biden's LNG Export Pause

The U.S. House was expected to vote on Thursday on a bill that attempts to strip the power of President Joe Biden's administration to freeze approvals of liquefied natural gas exports.

Spotlight on Bakken: Gas Expansions Offer Alternative to Permian Constraints

Fueled primarily by U.S. production growth concentrated around the oil-generating geology of North Dakota, the Williston Basin’s midstream footprint has expanded according to the region’s evolving needs.

Williams Companies Beats Profit Estimates, Forecasts Higher 2024 Core Profit

Williams Companies beat estimates for fourth-quarter profit on Wednesday, as it benefited from strength in its transmission and Gulf of Mexico unit, and the pipeline operator also forecast a higher core profit for this year.

Iran's Main Gas Pipeline Hit by Sabotage, Oil Minister Says

Two explosions along Iran's main south-north gas pipeline network on Wednesday were caused by sabotage, the Iranian oil minister told state TV, without naming any suspects.

EIG’s MidOcean Energy Acquires 20% Stake in Peru LNG, Including 254-Mile Pipeline

EIG's MidOcean Energy secures 20% stake in Peru LNG, which includes a natural gas liquefaction plant, a 254-mile pipeline, storage tanks, a marine terminal, and a truck loading facility.

Chesapeake Energy Signs LNG Export Deal with Gunvor, Delfin

Chesapeake Energy has entered a long-term LNG export deal with Delfin LNG and global energy trader Gunvor Group, the U.S. natural gas producer said on Tuesday.

Russia Extends Permit for LNG Supplies to Germany's SEFE Until 2040

The Russian government has extended a permit for its Yamal LNG plant to supply LNG to German nationalized gas importer and trader SEFE until Dec. 31, 2040, according to a government document published on Friday.

EIA Expects Big Boost for U.S. LNG Terminals with New Pipelines

More than 20 Bcf/d of natural gas pipeline capacity is under construction, partly completed, or approved to deliver natural gas to five U.S. liquefied natural gas (LNG) export terminals that are currently under construction, according to the U.S. EIA’s Natural Gas Pipeline Project Tracker.

Sonatrach to Supply Germany with Pipeline Gas for the First Time

Germany will receive its first supplies of pipeline natural gas from Algeria under a medium-term contract signed between a subsidiary of trader VNG AG and state-owned oil and gas firm Sonatrach, the companies said on Thursday.

Norway's Equinor Open to More Long-Term Gas Deals

Norway's Equinor would welcome more long-term supply agreements for its natural gas production, after announcing several such deals last year, the head of its marketing, midstream and processing division said on Wednesday.

QatarEnergy and Petronet LNG Sign 20-Year LNG Deal

The deal will see Qatar supply 7.5 million metric tons per year of LNG to Petronet LNG on a delivered ex-ship basis (DES) from 2028 to 2048, according to a Petronet LNG statement.

Techint-SACDE Consortium Secures Contract for Northern Argentina Gas Pipeline Reversal

The joint venture Unión Transitoria de Empresas (UTE) has been awarded the contract to build a pipeline that will supply the provinces in northern Argentina with gas from Vaca Muerta, substituting gas imported from Bolivia, where production is already registering a major decline.

Venture Global and Grain LNG Ink 16-Year Deal for LNG Supply to UK

Under the agreement, Venture Global will have the ability to access 3 million tonnes per annum of LNG storage and regasification capacity at the Isle of Grain LNG receiving terminal for sixteen years beginning in 2029-equivalent of up to 5% of average U.K. gas demand.

Shell Commits to Developing Nigeria Gas Field to Supply Dangote Fertilizer Plant

Shell has made a final investment decision to build a gas supply facility in Nigeria to feed a fertilizer plant owned by Africa's richest man Aliko Dangote, the company said in a statement.

Guest Perspective: Aramco’s Best of Both Worlds

Saudi Aramco’s energy strategy should teach The West a lesson: invest in hydrocarbons now. Not only is oil and gas crucial for near- and medium-term energy security and affordability, but there is also a huge amount of money to be made that can be put toward the transition.

U.S. Says Allies 'Reassured' LNG Pause Does Not Affect Current Exports

U.S. allies concerned about steady supplies of LNG are reassured when they understand President Joe Biden's pause on LNG export approvals does not affect currently permitted shipments, a U.S. State Department official said on Monday.

TotalEnergies to Acquire OMV's Malaysian Gas Assets for $903 Million

TotalEnergies has entered into an agreement with OMV for the acquisition of OMV's 50% interest in SapuraOMV Upstream Sdn, a Malaysian independent gas producer and operator.

Poland's Gaz-System Chooses Mitsui O.S.K. Lines for LNG Regasification Unit

Polish pipeline operator Gaz-System has chosen Japan's Mitsui O.S.K. Lines to supply a floating storage and regasification unit (FSRU), it said on Thursday.

Using Dry Gas Sealing Solutions to Drive Energy Efficiency

Natural gas serves as the transitional fuel between hydrocarbons and renewables. Centrifugal compressors are crucial for efficiently transporting large volumes of natural gas, utilized across various industries from oil and gas to petrochemicals and LNG.

Algeria's Sonatrach, Britain's Grain LNG Sign 10-Year LNG Deal

Grain LNG said on Wednesday it had signed a 10-year deal with Sonatrach to extend the Algerian company's long-term storage and redelivery capacity at Europe's largest LNG import terminal beyond January 2029.

Former Sempra Energy Chief Behind Efforts to Salvage Driftwood LNG Project

U.S. LNG developer Tellurian chose a Lazard Inc. investment banker to right its struggling Driftwood LNG export project, the company's chairman told investors this week.

MPLX Exceeds Q4 2023 Expectations with Surge in Pipeline Volumes

Midstream energy company MPLX on Tuesday reported higher fourth-quarter earnings, beating expectations, as its pipelines transported an increased volume of energy products.

Russia’s Planned Gas Pipeline to China Faces Construction Delay

Mongolian Prime Minister L. Oyun-Erdene said construction of Russia's planned new Power of Siberia-2 gas pipeline to China, which was expected to start this year, may be delayed.