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INGAA Appoints Amy Andryszak as New President and CEO

The Interstate Natural Gas Association of America (INGAA) announced on Wednesday the appointment of Amy Andryszak as the association's new President and CEO.

Equitrans on Track to Finish Mountain Valley Pipeline in Early 2021

Equitans Midstream said on Tuesday that it remains on track to finish its nearly $6 billion Mountain Valley natural gas pipeline by early 2021.

LDCs Own Residential, Commercial Sectors but Pipelines Fuel Power: EIA

A new government report on the U.S. natural gas industry shows that local distribution companies (LDCs) supply 90% of natural gas to U.S. residential and commercial sectors, but pipeline companies handle the biggest volumes through direct delivery to electric power and industrial customers

Adjusting Costs with Large-Diameter Tapping Tees

Since 2011, Peoples Gas has been pursuing an aggressive system modernization program, including the replacement of 2,000 miles (3,200 km) of cast iron and ductile iron mains operating at 7 inches (178 mm) water column with modern polyethylene operating at 22 psi (1.5 bar).

Part 2: Background of the Ukraine’s Mega-Challenges

Since 2014, Ukraine has undertaken considerable reforms to reinforce macroeconomic stability and bolster the foundations of growth. After a significant contraction in 2014-2015, economic growth has picked up (2.4% in 2016-2017, 3.5% in 2018-2019). However, higher sustained economic growth is needed to deliver a durable improvement in living standards.

Norway’s Gas Field Fairy Tale

Norway has given its big gas field in the Barents Sea a fairy tale name: Snøhvit (Snow White). Now the fairy tale continues with the next phase of development called Askeladd.

Natural Gas Efficiency Programs Pay Off in Reduced Costs, Emissions

North American natural gas utilities have been spending nearly $4 million a day for programs to help residential, commercial and industrial customers make more efficient use of fuel.

Amid Challenges, Natural Gas Remains Growing Part of Energy Mix

According to S&P Global Market Intelligence, 120,498 MW of gas-fired capacity came online between 2008 and Aug. 1, 2019. Twenty percent of that was in 2018 and 2019 alone, and roughly 200 new gas plants have been proposed or are in development right now.

EPA Drops Methane Emissions Rule

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced it is dropping rules established in 2016 to limit methane emissions from oil and gas production and pipelines, a move that was applauded by the American Petroleum Institute but may have little effect on much of the industry.

ConocoPhillips Pulls Flaring Permit Extension Request at 41 Texas Sites

ConocoPhillips has withdrawn a request for Texas energy regulators to extend faring permits for 41 production sites in the state.

LNG Investments Vanish in 2020 as Coronavirus Slashes Oil and Gas Prices

For the first time in nearly two decades, some analysts believe that no new LNG export projects could be approved this year as the global coronavirus pandemic has destroyed oil and gas prices.

GMRC Report: Rotating to the Future – Relevance Today and a Revolutionary Tomorrow

While change in the natural gas industry is happening at an accelerated pace, GMRC is thriving by embracing flexibility, adaptability and facilitating learning in action.

Death Toll from Bangladesh Gas Explosion Rises to 24

The death toll from a gas pipeline explosion in a mosque outside Bangladesh’s capital rose to 24 on Sunday while authorities were examining how a leakage caused the accident during evening prayers.

Gas Pipeline Blast Injures Dozens Praying at Bangladesh Mosque

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An explosion from an underground gas pipeline burned dozens of worshippers at a Muslim mosque in Bangladesh on Saturday.

Hungary Signs Gas Deal with Shell, its First in the West

Hungary has signed a six-year deal to purchase 250 million cubic meters of LNG from Shell, its first gas deal with a western company.

Chevron Delays Restart of Gorgon LNG Train for Additional Repairs

Chevron is delaying the restart of Train 2 at its Gorgon LNG plant in Western Australia until October to allow for additional repairs.

Police Investigating Bomb Hoax at Texas Pipeline Construction Site

State and federal law enforcement officials are investigating a device made to look like a bomb that was placed near a construction site for Kinder Morgan's Permian Highway Pipeline in Texas.

San Mateo Midstream Provides Pipeline, Black River LNG Updates

San Mateo midstream provided updates on Tuesday to several of its ongoing pipeline projects as well as on the expansion of its Black River LNG plant in New Mexico.

U.S. Department of Interior Requests Expedited Environmental Reviews for Energy Projects from Trump Administration

The U.S. Department of Interior has asked the Trump Administration to fast track environmental reviews for several major energy and infrastructure projects, including LNG facilities and pipelines.

Enbridge Restores Offshore Pipelines After Hurricane Shutdown

Enbridge has restored operations on two of its offshore natural gas pipelines in the U.S. Gulf of Mexico after Hurricane Laura prompted shutdowns last week.

Texas Authorities 'Neutralize' Suspicious Package Near Pipeline Construction Site

Authorities in Texas removed a suspicious package near a construction site for Kinder Morgan's Permian Highway Pipeline on Tuesday.

Energy Transfer Announces Completion of Lone Star Express Pipeline Expansion Project

Energy Transfer has completed the expansion of its Lone Star Express natural gas liquids pipeline.

Brazil's Lower House to Vote on End to Petrobras Virtual Gas Monopoly, Encourage Pipelines

The lower house of Brazil's parliament is set to vote soon on legislation that would end the state-owned energy company Petrobras' virtual monopoly of the natural gas industry, opening up the sector, including pipelines, to private investment.

Cheniere Says no Storm Major Damage to Sabine Pass Facility, Pipelines

Cheniere Energy, the largest U.S. LNG producer, said on Monday that the company's Sabine Pass LNG facility and pipeline assets were not significantly damaged by Hurricane Laura.

Storm Knocks Out U.S. Gulf of Mexico Natural Gas Pipeline

Enbridge reported on Monday that the company's natural gas pipeline which serves four offshore production platforms in the U.S. Gulf of Mexico remained out of commission after Hurricane Laura devastated the area.

High Storage Levels Mean Weak Gas Prices Expected for European Winter

Analysts are expecting weak gas prices in the European market over the winter season as storage levels are already nearly full due to a sharp drop in demand early this year as countries went into lockdown to prevent the spread of the coronavirus.

Russia's Lukoil Suspends Uzbek Gas Exports to China Due to Weak Demand

An official from Russia's Lukoil said in a conference call on Friday the company has suspended gas deliveries to China from its projects in Uzbekistan due to weak demand amid the coronavirus pandemic.

U.S. Energy Exports Severely Disrupted by Hurricane Laura

Hurricane Laura severely impacted U.S. oil and gas exports this week as the Category 4 storm forced the closure of several facilities on the country's Gulf Coast.

Hydrogen Delivers New Future for Holland’s Pipeline Network

The European Union’s ambitious decarbonization policies and plans for a green economic recovery will have repercussions on the continent’s pipeline networks, none more so than Holland’s.

Europe Faces High Hurdles to Make Hydrogen Hype Reality

The European Union's goal to increase the use of zero-carbon hydrogen faces steep challenges as the move would require billions in investments from countries already reeling from the economic fallout of the coronavirus pandemic.