Gas

FERC Approves Summit Midstream Double E Pipeline

U.S. energy regulators have approved Summit Midstream's Double E pipeline project.

EU Considers Binding Methane Emissions Standards for LNG

The European Union has released a new draft of proposed standards on natural gas within the bloc in an effort to limit methane emissions.

DNV GL Leads Hydrogen Readiness Study for Italian Gas Network

Oil and gas research firm DNV GL has been hired by Italian utility company SGI to assess the feasibility of switching the company's gas distribution network to hydrogen.

BP Says Trans Adriatic Pipeline to be Ready by End of 2020

BP said it expects to begin shipping natural gas on the Trans Adriatic Pipeline by the end of 2020.

IEA Raises 2020 Gas Demand Forecast, Still Expects Record Fall

The International Energy Agency raised its forecast for global LNG demand this year but still expects to see the biggest fall on record due to the impact of the coronavirus pandemic.

Equitrans to Evaluate Mountain Valley Pipeline Cost, Timing

Equitrans Midstream said on Monday that the company will evaluate the cost and timing of completing the Mountain Valley natural gas pipeline based on current litigation and regulatory approvals.

U.S. Energy Companies Begin Restoring Oil and Gas Output After Hurricane

Several U.S. oil and gas companies began the process of restarting production at facilities along the country's Gulf Coast on Sunday, two days after Hurricane Delta hammered the area with 100 mph winds.

Gazprom Sees European Gas Glut in 2021

Gazprom said on Monday that it expects oversupply of the European gas market to continue into 2021.

NextDecade on Track for Rio Grande Facility FID in 2021

U.S. LNG company NextDecade said it is still planning to reach a final investment decision regarding it's Rio Grande LNG facility in 2021.

$56M Settlement Approved in Massachusetts Gas Explosions

A $56 million settlement has been approved in the case regarding a series of natural gas explosions and fires in Massachusetts in 2018.

T.D. Williamson Crews Isolate Burning NGL Pipeline for Repair

Crews at T.D. Williamson isolated a ruptured 14-inch NGL pipeline, while gas continued to flare off, enabling them to repair the system while it remained in service.

Glenfarne Gets 5 More Years to Build Magnolia LNG Plant

U.S. energy regulators have given Glenfarne Group an additional five years to construct its Magnolia LNG plant in Louisiana.

Polish Regulator Fines Gazprom $7.6 Billion Over Nord Stream 2 Pipeline

Polish energy regulators have fined Gazprom $7.6 billion for building the Nord Stream 2 natural gas pipeline without approval from Warsaw, the country's watchdog said on Wednesday.

Spain Approves Hydrogen Strategy to Spur Low-Carbon Economy

Spain has approved a plan to increase the country's clean hydrogen production which includes building enough infrastructure to give the nation a major role in Europe's clean energy ambitions.

New Gas Pipeline Could Heat up Azeri-Russian Rivalry

Strained Azeri-Russian ties are facing further pressure from the launch of a major gas pipeline this year that could squeeze Moscow's gas sales to Europe.

Gas Release from Kinder Morgan Pipeline in Texas

An undetermined amount of natural gas was released on Sunday from a Kinder Morgan owned pipeline which crosses under the Trinity River near Goodrich, TX outside of Livingston.

Morgan Stanley Sees Potential for $5 Natural Gas

A record decline in natural gas production and rebounding demand could create the tightest market in a decade and set the stage for Henry Hub prices up to $5/MMbtu with cold weather, according to a new Morgan Stanley forecast.

Ukraine Could Export Gas to Europe This Winter

Ukraine has collected a record volume of natural gas in storage this year and says it is open to exporting some of its stores to the European market if conditions are right.

TC Energy to Buy Rest of TC PipeLines in $1.48 Billion Deal

TC Energy has agreed to purchase the remainder of natural gas pipeline operator TC PipeLines in a deal valued at $1.48 billion.

Black Bear Transmission Sells Ozark Natural Gas Gathering Assets to Undisclosed Buyer

Black Bear Transmission has sold all the assets owned by Ozark Gas Gathering to an undisclosed buyer, six months after acquiring them from Enbridge.

Denmark Approves Nord Stream 2 Pipeline

Danish energy regulators have approved construction and operation of Russia's Nord Stream 2 pipeline, removing one of the largest remaining obstacles to the project.

Australia's Santos Wins State Green Light for $2.6 Billion Gas Project

The Australian state of New South Wales on Wednesday approved a long-delayed $2.6 billion (A$3.6 billion) gas project being developed by Santos.

Illinois Regulators Approve Report on Condition of Chicago Gas Distribution Network

Regulators in Illinois have agreed with the conclusion of a report that found a natural gas distribution network replacement program in Chicago from Peoples Gas will increase public and customer safety.

Jemena Reveals Plans to Extend Eastern Gas Pipeline

Australian pipeline firm Jemena has announced plans to extend its 500-mile Eastern Gas Pipeline.

Port Arthur Pipeline Announces Binding Open Season for Additional Capacity on Texas Connector Project

A component of Sempra LNG has launched an open season to solicit interest for capacity on a proposed pipeline to connect its proposed Port Arthur LNG facility to connecting pipelines and transport hubs.

East Mediterranean States Formally Establish Egypt-Based Gas Forum

Six Mediterranean countries signed a charter on Tuesday to formally establish a group that seeks to boost natural gas exports from the region.

Global LNG Demand to Rise for Next Few Decades, COVID Temporary Blip — Industry

Industry executives believe the global demand for LNG will continue to rise in the next several decades due to growing economies in Asia, with the coronavirus pandemic being a temporary setback.

Pandemic to Trim China's 2020 Gas Demand Growth — Report

Natural gas consumption in China is expected to grow at the slowest rate in five years according to a new report released by Beijing.

Sempra Says 6 Weeks Until Cameron LNG Plant in Full Service

Sempra Energy said it expects its Cameron LNG plant in Louisiana to be back in full service in six weeks after Hurricane Laura caused major power outages in the area.

PowerChina Eyes Rail Project to Transport Oil and Gas From Argentina's Vaca Muerta

Chinese energy firm PowerChina is in talks to finance a rail project to transport oil and gas from Argentina's Vaca Muerta shale play to the port city of Bahia Blanca,