Pipeline

EPCM to Build Pipelines for South Africa's First Helium Plant

Renergen said it has commissioned South Africa’s first commercial LNG and liquid helium plant and appointed EPCM Bonisana to install the pipeline and manage the interface.

Pipeline Operators: Germany's Winter Gas Supplies Secure

Germany will have enough natural gas this winter, despite restrictions on transit routes Opal and TENP 1, as storage levels are close to 100%, pipeline operators' group FNB said on Monday.

Crude-by-Rail Contracts Cause for Alberta Forecast Budget Deficit

Alberta, Canada is forecasting a budget deficit for 2019-20 caused in large part by crude-by-rail contracts with midstream companies signed in the midst of pipeline congestion.

Crude Flows to Houston Slow as Permian Pipelines Shift to Corpus - Data, Traders

Crude flows from the Permian into Houston have slowed recently as prices flowing to Corpus Christi have dropped making it more attractive to shippers.

South Dakota, ACLU Settle Lawsuit Over Keystone XL 'Riot-Boosting' Laws

The state of South Dakota and the ACLU have reached a settlement over a controversial law designed to protect the state from excessive costs incurred from protestors who had been encouraged to "riot."

S.D. Board Approves Dakota Access Pipeline Pump Station

The Lincoln County Board of Commissioners in South Dakota voted to approve a permit for a pumping station needed as part of the Dakota Access Pipeline expansion project.

Bulgartransgaz Raises 50 Million Euros Above Target for TurkStream

Bulgartransgaz has raised 50 million euros more than it originally sought to finance its portion of the TurkStream pipeline.

Trans Mountain Concerns, Oil Industry Alienated After Trudeau Victory

The fate of Canada's Trans Mountain Pipeline, as well as that of the country's energy industry as a whole, was called into question on Tuesday after Liberal Prime Minister Justin Trudeau won the general election, but failed to form a majority government.

One Killed in Fire on Pertamina Pipeline in Indonesia - Fire Official

A Chinese construction worker was killed while working on an Indonesian oil pipeline after a fire broke out.

Ecuador State Oil Firm Reopens Oil Pipeline, Resumes Exports After Protests

Ecuador's state oil company has resumed shipping on a major oil pipeline after government protests forced it to declare a force majeure earlier this month.

Russia Says Bulgaria to Complete TurkStream Portion By 2020

Bulgaria has promised Russia that it will complete its portion of the TurkStream pipeline on schedule bringing it in service by early 2020.

Corps: No More Dakota Access Pipeline Study Needed

The Army Corps of Engineers has determined that no further environmental study is needed on the Dakota Access Pipeline.

TC Declares Force Majeure on Keystone Shipments after Storm

TC Energy Corp has declared force majeure on shipments on its 590,000-barrel-per-day (bpd) Keystone oil pipeline after a snow storm hit Manitoba over the weekend, disrupting operations.

Phillips 66 Sets Rates for Gray Oak Crude Pipeline

— Phillips 66 Partners LP set spot rates of $4.75 a barrel to ship crude on its new 900,000-barrel-per-day (bpd) Gray Oak crude pipeline within points in Texas, according to a filing this week.

Rangeland Midstream Canada Begins Construction of Marten Hills Pipeline System

Rangeland Midstream Canada has commenced the construction of its Marten Hills Pipeline System.

ARB Midstream Announces Start-up of DJ Basin Crude Oil Gathering System

ARB Midstream subsidiary DJ South Gathering announced a key expansion of its fast-growing crude oil gathering and transportation system in the DJ Basin in northeastern Colorado.

Trans Mountain Restarts Construction on Pipeline Expansion

Trans Mountain Corp restarted construction on parts of its pipeline to nearly triple the flow of crude from Alberta’s oil sands to the British Columbia coast roughly a year after the project’s latest regulatory setback.

Nebraska Supreme Court Affirms Alternative Keystone XL Pipeline Route

A court in Nebraska affirmed an alternative route in the Midwest state for TC Energy Corp’s Keystone XL oil pipeline in the latest chapter in the nearly 10-year legal fight over the Canada to Texas pipeline.

Enterprise to Expand ATEX Pipeline after Successful Open Season

Enterprise Products Partners will move ahead with the expansion of its Appalachia-to-Texas (ATEX) ethane pipeline after a successful 30-day binding open season.

TechnipFMC Awarded Significant Subsea Contract for Vietnam Gas Pipeline

TechnipFMC has been awarded a significant contract by PetroVietnam Gas for the Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) of the Nam Con Son 2 Phase 2 pipeline across Nam Con Son basin and Cuu Long basin in Vietnam.

National Grid Says it Will Reconnect Gas Customers After NY Order

National Grid Plc said on Monday it was taking steps to reconnect about 1,000 natural gas customers in New York City and Long Island following a state order after the utility previously refused to reinstate service, citing short supply.

Utility Finds Big Assist with Low-Pressure Issue

While psi levels vary depending on the application, real-time pressure monitoring is essential for utilities that supply natural gas to residential and commercial endpoints on their distribution networks.

Separating Pipeline Integrity Management’s Wheat from Its Chaff

Natural gas and hazardous liquids pipeline operators have been accumulating mass volumes of data for several years. But what to do with all this data? This is a question many natural gas pipeline operators are asking in advance of the highly anticipated Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration’s (PHMSA) proposed gas and gathering pipeline mega-rule.

New Diagnostics Technology Assesses Pipeline Pig Runs

Pipelines can require both scheduled and unplanned cleaning for many reasons, from the maintenance of throughput to preparation for inspections runs. The most common method for removing debris from pipelines is using pigs and scraper tools.

New York to Fight FERC Ruling on Constitution Pipeline

The New York regulatory agency that failed to act on a water quality certification for Williams’ planned Constitution Pipeline said it will fight a federal ruling that it waived the decision through inaction. In spite of the challenge, the project may move ahead to completion by 2021.

Laguna-Aguascalientes Gas Pipeline Propels Growth in Mexico

It is estimated that by 2026 in Mexico, natural gas demand will double the total amount of natural gas produced in 2012. Meanwhile, the current conditions suggest production will increase 2.8% annually.

Appeals Court Puts Mountain Valley Pipeline Permits on Hold

A federal appeals court has put a hold on two permits needed for construction of the Mountain Valley Pipeline.

Italy's Snam Looking to Raise Hydrogen Mix in Its Pipelines

Italy’s Snam is planning to inject more hydrogen into its gas pipeline network and will be able to count on the backing of Rome as the new government rolls out its new climate package.

Enbridge Offers Tribe At Least $24M to Settle Pipeline Lawsuit

Enbridge Energy has offered the Bad River Band of Lake Superior Chippewa at least $24 million to settle a lawsuit the tribe filed to shut down and remove the Line 5 pipeline from its reservation in northern Wisconsin.

NJ Denies Permits for Proposed Natural Gas Pipeline

New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy says his administration has rejected a proposed 120-mile long natural gas pipeline that would start in Pennsylvania and end in New Jersey.