Gas

Ukraine Says it Will Not Offer Extra Interruptible Gas Transit Capacity for October

Ukraine's gas pipeline operator will not offer additional interruptible transit capacity for Russian gas to Europe for October as supplier Gazprom has not booked any extra guaranteed capacity, the operator said on Thursday.

Soaring Gas Prices Ripple Through Heavy Industry, Supply Chains

Global record high natural gas prices are pushing some energy-intensive companies to curtail production in a trend that is adding to disruptions to global supply chains in some sectors such as food and could result in higher costs being passed on to their customers.

Why a Crisis Over European Gas Prices Caused Panic About CO2 Supplies

Britain struck a deal with a major producer of fertilizer and carbon dioxide to restart two plants which had halted operations due to soaring prices for natural gas. The closures had led to fears that the production of a wide range of food and drinks could be shut down within days.

Spire Gets More Time to Operate Missouri St. Louis NG Pipeline

U.S. natural gas company Spire Inc. got permission from federal regulators on Tuesday to keep operating its STL natural gas pipeline in Missouri for another 90 days while regulators consider the next steps for the pipe.

Lebanon to Get Egyptian Gas via Pipeline in Plan to Ease Crisis

Egyptian natural gas will be piped to Lebanon via Jordan and Syria to help boost its electricity output under a plan agreed by the four governments on Wednesday to ease a crippling power crisis.

Papua New Guinea Hands Pandora Gas Field to State-Owned Kumul

The Papua New Guinea government has awarded Kumul Petroleum rights to develop the Pandora gas field, estimated to hold 1 trillion cubic feet of gas, rejecting other bids to keep control of PNG's resources within the country.

China's Zhenhua Oil Seeks Tie-Up with Local Firm for First Gas Terminal

China's Zhenhua Oil is in advanced discussions to join a provincial government-backed firm to build a natural gas receiving terminal in east China, the first import facility the state-run trader will own a stake in.

U.S. NatGas Soars Over 7% to 32-Month High on Small Storage Build, Hot Weather

U.S. natural gas futures soared over 7% to a 32-month high on a much smaller than expected storage build during hot weather last week.

WhiteWater Announces Acquisition of Sendero’s Gateway Pipeline

WhiteWater announced the acquisition of Sendero’s Gateway Pipeline. The 24-inch Gateway Pipeline is connected to WhiteWater’s Agua Blanca natural gas pipeline system.

China's LNG Import Surge to Cool in Winter as High Prices Bite

Pipeline gas will continue to ramp up to provide a supply cushion during winter, which includes supplies from Russia, which is scheduled to increase the amount of gas pumped via the Power of Siberia pipeline by 50% by the end of the year versus August levels.

Brazil in Talks with Argentina for Gas Pipeline from Vaca Muerta

Brazil is negotiating with Argentina on the construction of a billion-dollar pipeline from the Vaca Muerta shale gas reserves, Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro said.

Ukraine Offers Extra 15 Mcm/Day of Gas Transit Capacity for October

Ukraine is offering guaranteed extra transit capacity for Russian gas to Europe at 15 million cubic meters per day for October, the head of the country's gas pipelines operator told Reuters.

Australia Faces ‘Precarious’ Gas Supply in 2022, Watchdog Warns

Australia's southern states could face a gas shortfall in 2022 unless LNG exporters offer more gas into the domestic market, the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission said.

U.S. Treasury to Oppose Development Bank Financing for Most Fossil Fuel Projects

The Treasury said it would oppose upstream natural gas projects, but could support midstream and downstream natural gas projects in poor countries that meet the World Bank's International Development Association targets.

EIA Flags Below Average U.S. NatGas Stocks Going into Winter

The U.S. Energy Information Administration said high level of natural gas exports this year, coupled with relatively flat output have led to below average injection of the fuel into storage going into the winter heating season.

Russia's Gazprom Meeting Obligations for Yamal-Europe Gas Exports

Russian state gas company Gazprom is meeting gas delivery obligations via the Yamal-Europe gas pipeline in full, its export arm, Gazprom Export, said.

Safe Procedure Failure Led to Natural Gas Release, Fire in San Francisco Neighborhood

Kilford Engineering Inc.’s excavation crew’s failure to follow safe excavation practices near a pipeline contributed to a 2019 natural gas release and fire in a San Francisco neighborhood, the National Transportation Safety Board determined through an investigation.

Paradox Resources Completes Pipeline Connection and Deliveries of Navajo Helium Rich Gas

The gas delivery was made possible by the completion of a new pipeline connection by Paradox Resources, which unlocked bottlenecks impeding the Navajo Nation’s access to the Lisbon Valley Gas and Helium Processing Plant.

Texas Intrastate Whistler Pipeline Placed in Service

The Whistler Pipeline began full commercial service last month, providing approximately 2.0 Bcf/d of incremental natural gas transport capacity to the Texas Gulf Coast markets from the Permian basin, which will help ensure sufficient reliable gas takeaway and reduce natural gas flaring in the Permian basin.

Mexico Strikes Pact with Canada's TC Energy for Natural Gas Pipeline

Mexico's state power utility has struck a deal with Canada's TC Energy Corp to develop a natural gas pipeline in the country's south and consolidate the firm's contracts in the central region, the utility said.

Entergy Seeks to Build NatGas/Hydrogen Power Plant in Texas

U.S. electric company Entergy Corp wants to build a power plant in Texas capable of burning a combination of natural gas and hydrogen as more consumers seek to transition from dirty fossil fuels to carbon-free sources of energy.

Wintershall Dea Says Europe Needs More Gas from All Sources

Oil and gas producer Wintershall Dea, which has a 70% gas portfolio, said Europe needed multi-sourced gas to support decarbonization away from coal and to create a platform for future hydrogen production from carbon-free energy.

Gazprom Trunk Gas Pipeline Ablaze After Leak in Russia

A trunk pipeline belonging to Russian gas giant Gazprom leaked and caught ablaze in the Perm region on Monday, but no one has been hurt, the company said.

FERC to Hear TotalEnergies Alleged $214 Million NatGas Manipulation Case

An Administrative Law Judge will determine whether units and traders at French energy company Total, now TotalEnergies SE, manipulated the natural gas market in 2009-2012.

NG Energy Provides Construction Update on GTX Pipeline, Facilities

The company expects SORC Ingenieria, the contractor in charge of the buildout of the gas pipeline, to complete all pipeline facilities by the end of Q3 or beginning of Q4 2021.

Cost of Hydrogen Gas Leaks Worth Taking into Consideration

Despite hydrogen’s widespread appeal and many benefits, it is imperative to remember that it is still a potentially dangerous gas. It is colorless and odorless, making it naturally imperceptible to humans.

Excelerate Energy, Snam, and Albgaz to Pursue New Gas Pipeline

Excelerate Energy, Snam S.p.A, and Albgaz Sh.a signed a Memorandum of Understanding, in Tirana, Albania, to explore potential cooperation for the construction of a natural gas pipeline from the Albanian Vlora Terminal to other natural gas infrastructure opportunities in Albania.

Pennsylvania Fines Energy Transfer $1 Million for 2018 Gas Pipe Blast

The Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission approved a $1 million settlement with a unit of Energy Transfer LP for a pipeline explosion and fire at its Revolution natural gas pipeline in Western Pennsylvania in 2018.

Merkel, Biden Face Tough Talks on Russian Gas Pipeline, China

Chancellor Angela Merkel and President Joe Biden will hold talks at the White House on Thursday that experts say are unlikely to yield major breakthroughs on divisive issues like a Russian gas pipeline to Germany.

Company Exploring Options for Potential Gas Pipeline in Virginia

Chickahominy Pipeline LLC sent letters to residents throughout five counties in Virginia seeking permission to access their property to determine the feasibility of building a 24-inch gas pipeline.