Projects

Ørsted Plans Large-Scale Green Hydrogen Project in Denmark

Renewable energy firm Orsted on Tuesday said it intends to invest in a large-scale facility in Denmark to produce green hydrogen, considered a cornerstone of the shift to cleaner energy. The first stage of the investment in the so-called Power-to-X facility is estimated at somewhere between $141-$705 million.

Consortium Seeks First Proposals for Carbon Capture Shipping Project

A consortium of global energy and shipping organizations said on Tuesday it was seeking proposals to study ways to offload captured carbon dioxide from ships during port calls. The call for proposals is part of the world's first project aimed at building and testing a full-scale carbon-dioxide capture system aboard an oil tanker.

XRI Commences Construction of 230-Mile Water Pipeline System in Permian Basin

(P&GJ) — When the Evolution Pipeline system is completed, the combined system will comprise 230 miles of pipeline infrastructure with recycling facilities and produced water disposal wells covering much of the Permian Basin. The pipeline has already secured long-term contracts from operators Chevron, Exxon, XTO Energy and Pioneer Natural Resources.

Germany Plans 1,118-Mile Hydrogen Pipeline Network by 2027

Germany plans to develop a 1,800-km (1,118-mile) hydrogen energy pipeline network by 2027 with state participation, according to an economy ministry draft strategy paper seen by Reuters on Friday.

TAL Approves Pipeline Upgrade to Help Czechs Ditch Russian Crude

Owners of the Transalpine Pipeline (TAL) shipping crude from the Mediterranean to central Europe approved a plan on Wednesday to upgrade the link, which is key for the Czech Republic to wean itself off Russian oil, the Czech Finance Ministry said.

TC Energy Hires Allseas to Lay 445 Miles of Offshore Gas Pipeline

TC Energy Hires Allseas to Lay 445 Miles of Offshore Gas Pipeline, Pipeline Operator Plains All American Raises 2022 Profit Forecast, Open Season Launched for NG Storage Services at Freeport Hub, Enbridge Approves Expansion of Southern B.C. Pipeline System and more.

Canada's TC Energy Gets Approval to Expand NGTL Gas Pipeline System

The West Path Delivery 2023 (WP2023) project will add about 40 km (25 miles) of new natural gas pipeline to the existing 25,000-km (15,534 miles) NGTL system, which ships gas across Canada and to U.S. markets.

Spain's Cepsa to Invest $3.1 Billion in Green Hydrogen Project

Spanish oil company Cepsa plans to invest $3.1 billion in a green hydrogen project in Andalusia, southern Spain, CEO Maarten Wetselaar said on Thursday. The project will consist of two electrolyzers of 1 gigawatt each in the port cities of Algeciras and Huelva.

Mexico’s New Puerta al Sureste Gas Pipeline

(P&GJ) — The Puerta al Sureste gas pipeline project is being carried out by the Canadian company TC Energía in conjunction with the Mexican state-owned company Comisión Federal de la Electricidad (CFE).

Contract Awarded for Construction of 48-Mile Pipeline Near Buenos Aires

(P&GJ) — The Argentine operator Camuzzi Gas has awarded the Bahisa company a contract to build a 48-mile (72-km) gas pipeline from the city of Trenque Lauquen, west of Buenos Aires, to the city of America.

Israel's NewMed Energy Leaning Towards Floating LNG Expansion

Israel's NewMed Energy said on Thursday it was leaning towards building a floating liquefied national gas terminal to further develop its Leviathan gas field off Israel's Mediterranean coast.

Italian City of Piombino Challenges LNG Terminal Project

The Italian city of Piombino has launched a legal challenge against a government-backed project for a new LNG terminal in the Tuscan port that is seen as key to helping wean Italy off Russian gas.

New Fortress Finalizes Deal to Develop Lakach Gas Project in Mexico

New Fortress Energy said on Tuesday it had finalized agreements with Mexican state oil company Pemex for the development of an LNG project associated with the country's Lakach offshore gas field.

Malaysia's Petronas Interested to Join Abadi LNG Project

Malaysian state oil and gas company Petronas has expressed interest to participate in Indonesia's takeover of Shell's stake in the Abadi LNG project, Indonesia's upstream oil and gas regulator told a parliamentary hearing on Wednesday.

New Fortress to Sign Deal for Mexico's Lakach Gas Project Next Week

U.S. company New Fortress Energy expects to sign an agreement next week with the Mexican government for the development of a LNG project associated with Mexico's Lakach offshore gas field, a company executive said on Wednesday.

Williams, Sempra Enter Deal to Develop LNG, Pipeline Projects in Texas and Louisiana

(P&GJ) — Williams and Sempra plan to form a joint venture to own, expand and operate the Cameron Interstate Pipeline and the the Louisiana Connector Pipeline. The pipelines are expected to deliver gas to the proposed Cameron LNG site in Louisiana and the Port Arthur LNG facility in Texas.

Germany Completes Construction of Wilhelmshaven Floating LNG Terminal

Germany on Tuesday completed construction of its first floating terminal for LNG at the North Sea port of Wilhelmshaven as it scrambles to secure more LNG and move away from Russian pipeline gas.

Snam to Invest $3.8 Billion in Italy's Gas Network, Including Proposed Adriatic Pipeline

Snam will invest $3.76 billion in Italy's gas network - including the proposed Adriatic pipeline project - to improve transport facilities from the south to the north of the country and boost supply from Africa, it said on Thursday.

Alaska State Company Proposes Hydrogen Hub, Eyeing Federal Funds

"The Alaska Hydrogen Hub concept anticipates using $850 million in DOE funding along with $3.75 billion in private-sector funds, backed by offtake agreements from hydrogen customers in the U.S. and Asia," the Alaskan state-owned AGDC said.

Uganda Says First Oil in April 2025, Eyes China for Pipeline Funding

Uganda aims to start commercially pumping its oil reserves in April 2025, with China being considered as a potential source of funds to develop an export pipeline, Uganda's energy minister said on Tuesday.

Italy's Emilia Romagna Region Backs $1 Billion Floating LNG Project in Adriatic Sea

Italy's Emilia Romagna region has approved a project for a new floating LNG terminal off the coast of Ravenna in the upper Adriatic Sea, it said on Monday, part of the country's broader efforts to replace dwindling Russian gas supplies.

Enbridge Approves $2.7 Billion Expansion of Southern B.C. Pipeline System

Enbridge Inc. on Friday sanctioned an expansion of the southern segment of its British Columbia (B.C.) pipeline system, a project that would cost up to $2.65 billion, after strong demand from crude oil producers.

Mitsui Says Russia's Sakhalin-2 Gas Project Can Cope Without Shell

The Sakhalin-2 LNG project in Russia has enough technical expertise to operate even without departed shareholder Shell, Mitsui & Co. CEO Kenichi Hori said on Wednesday.

Judge Questions New Water Permit for 303-Mile Mountain Valley Pipeline

A federal circuit court judge last week said West Virginia regulators haven't adequately explained how approvals for construction on the Mountain Valley Pipeline have been changed to avoid future water pollution, setting up another potential setback for the beleaguered natural gas pipeline.

Equitrans Wants US Legislation to Help Finish Mountain Valley Gas Pipeline

U.S. energy company Equitrans Midstream Corp. said on Tuesday that the best path to complete its Mountain Valley natural gas pipeline from West Virginia to Virginia by the second half of 2023 was through U.S. permitting reform legislation.

Sierra Club Says Mountain Valley Pipeline to Give Up on North Carolina Extension

Were it completed, the Southgate project would have added 75 miles (121 km) of pipeline from Southern Virginia into central North Carolina, the statement by Sierra Club read, adding that without the land, the extension is unlikely to ever be built.

Schlumberger, Linde to Collaborate on Carbon Capture Projects

(P&GJ) — Schlumberger and Linde have entered into a strategic collaboration on carbon capture, utilization and sequestration (CCUS) projects to accelerate decarbonization solutions across industrial and energy sectors.

Serbia's New Government Makes Energy Infrastructure Top Priority

The Serbian parliament appointed a new government on Wednesday whose main priorities are EU membership and investment in oil and gas pipelines and other energy infrastructure.

Spain: Barcelona-Marseille Pipeline Could Take 4-5 Years to Build

The planned underwater pipeline connecting the ports of Barcelona and Marseille is unlikely to help ease Europe's energy crisis in the short term, with Spain saying on Friday it could take at least four to five years to become fully operational.

Technip Energies Signs Deal to Fully Exit Arctic LNG 2 Project in 2023

Technip Energies expects to fully exit the liquefied natural gas project Arctic LNG 2 led by Moscow-listed gas producer Novatek next year, the French oil and gas services provider said on Thursday.