Projects

Tellurian Commissions Baker Hughes for Driftwood Pipeline Project

Tellurian's subsidiary, Driftwood Pipeline, has commissioned Baker Hughes to provide decarbonization technology for its upcoming Lines 200 and 300 projects in southwest Louisiana.

Kinder Morgan Green Lights Permian Natural Gas Pipeline Expansion Project

Pipeline operator Kinder Morgan has given the greenlight to financing expanded capacity on the 428-mile Permian Highway Pipeline, which currently carries 1.2 Bcf/d from the Permian Basin of West Texas and New Mexico.

Williams to Move Forward with Louisiana Natural Gas Project in Haynesville Basin

U.S. energy company Williams Co. Inc. has reached a final investment decision to build its proposed Louisiana Energy Gateway project to gather natural gas produced in the Haynesville shale basin, the company said on Wednesday.

Equinor, Fluxys Plan to Build 620-Mile Pipeline for Offshore Carbon Capture and Storage

Norway's Equinor and Belgium's Fluxys plan to build a 1,000-km (620-mile) pipeline to transport CO2 captured on the European continent for storage underneath the North Sea, the two companies said on Wednesday.

PetroChina May Divest from Australian Natural Gas Projects to Curb Losses – Sources

PetroChina may sell out from natural gas projects in Australia and oil sands in Canada to stem losses and divert funds to more lucrative sites in the Middle East, Africa and central Asia, two people with knowledge of the matter said.

Operators Seek Extension to Complete Mountain Valley Natural Gas Pipeline

The joint venture building the Mountain Valley natural gas pipeline from West Virginia to Virginia asked federal regulators for four more years until October 2026 to complete the long-delayed project.

Canada’s Trans Mountain Oil Pipeline ‘No Longer Profitable,' Says Watchdog

The Canadian government-owned Trans Mountain oil pipeline is no longer profitable after cost over-runs and delays to its expansion project, the country's parliamentary budget officer (PBO) said on Wednesday.

Finland Plans to Build Hydrogen Pipeline Network

Finland announced plans on Wednesday to build a hydrogen transmission network to help reduce carbon emissions. Construction is set to start in southeastern Finland near the Russian border with a 15-km (9-mile) hydrogen pipeline.

Algeria, Niger, Nigeria Take Steps to Build $13 Billion Trans-Saharan Gas Pipeline

Algeria, Niger and Nigeria have set up a task force to build the 2,565-mile Trans-Saharan gas pipeline that has been in the works for more than 40 years, Niger's oil ministry said on Wednesday.

Cheniere to Move Forward with Texas Corpus Stage 3 LNG Plant Expansion

Cheniere Energy Inc. on Wednesday said its Board of Directors had decided to go forward with the expansion of the Corpus Christi export plant in Texas and told Bechtel Energy to continue with its construction.

CenterPoint Energy Launches Green Hydrogen Project in Minnesota

CenterPoint Energy has launched its green hydrogen project in Minneapolis, which uses renewable electricity to safely split hydrogen from water, and the zero-carbon hydrogen is then blended at low concentrations with natural gas into the utility's local distribution pipeline system.

BP Buys 41% Stake in Australian Wind, Solar, Hydrogen Mega-Project

BP plc has agreed to buy a 40.5% stake and become operator of an Australian renewable energy project that could become one of the world's biggest producers of green hydrogen, the global oil major said.

DOE Awards $504 Million Loan Guarantee to Utah Hydrogen Storage Project

The U.S. Department of Energy closed on a $504.4 million loan guarantee to help finance the construction of the Advanced Clean Energy Storage I project in Utah, the world’s largest industrial green hydrogen storage facility.

Gas Interconnection Poland–Lithuania Pipeline Project Completed

Construction of the 315-mile (508-km) Gas Interconnection Poland–Lithuania (GIPL) pipeline has been completed, and partial capacity will be available beginning May 1, according to operator Amber Grid Corp.

Rethinking Practices Can Reduce Carbon Footprint for Pipeline Projects

The push to reduce global greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions is at the forefront as we continue to close in on our 2050 net-zero targets set by the Paris Agreement. Governmental agencies for countries pledged to the cause are clamping down on companies to aid them in their efforts.

Exxon Joins Oil Majors Eni, Conoco in Qatar's Mega-LNG Expansion Project

QatarEnergy on Tuesday signed a deal with Exxon Mobil Corp. for the Gulf state's North Field East expansion, the world's largest LNG project, following agreements with TotalEnergies, Eni and ConocoPhillips.

Hurdles of Acquiring ROW in Africa Pipeline Projects

In the recent past, Africa has announced major natural gas discoveries, particularly in Egypt, Mozambique, Tanzania, Senegal, Mauritania and South Africa, with analysts estimating the discoveries to be equivalent of 40% of the global discoveries, especially between 2011 and 2018.

ConocoPhillips Earns Stake in Qatar’s $30 Billion LNG Expansion Project

ConocoPhillips has signed a deal with QatarEnergy on Monday for a 3.12% stake in the North Field East expansion project, the world's largest LNG project, following agreements with TotalEnergies and Eni.

Russia's Novatek to Launch Construction on Arctic LNG 2 Project in 2023

Leonid Mikhelson, the chief executive of Russian gas producer Novatek, said on Friday that the company aimed to start the first line of its Arctic LNG 2 project in 2023.

Argentina Contracts Tenaris for 350-Mile Pipeline Project to Move Gas from Vaca Muerta

Energia Argentina has signed a contract with Tenaris to complete the 563-km (350-mile) Presidente Nestor Kirchner Gas Pipeline, which will transfer natural gas from the Vaca Muerta shale formation and allow Argentina to forgo costly LNG imports.

Qatar Advances Talks with China Over Investment in Gas Field Expansion Project

China's national oil majors are in advanced talks with Qatar to invest in the North Field East expansion of the world's largest LNG project and buy the fuel under long-term contracts, Reuters reported on Friday.

Philippines' First Gen Asks DOE for Extension on LNG Terminal Project

Philippine power producer First Gen Corp. has asked the Department of Energy to extend its permit to construct an offshore LNG terminal in the country by six months due to circumstances delaying the project.

Italgas Plans to Invest $4.7 Billion to Upgrade Gas Pipeline Network in Italy

Italgas plans to invest $4.7 billion to 2028 to complete the upgrade of its domestic Italian network, which includes 74,000 km (46,000 miles) of regulated gas pipelines, the company said on Wednesday.

Aemetis Completes 20 Miles of California RNG Pipeline, Gets OK for Final Stage of Construction

Aemetis Inc. has completed 20 miles of renewable natural gas (RNG) pipeline and received approval for construction of an additional 19 miles in Merced County, California, with project completion set for the fourth quarter of 2022.

DNV Confirms Feasibility and Maturity of EastMed Gas Pipeline

DNV has issued confirmation of the feasibility statement of the EastMed gas pipeline, a 2,000-km (1,242-mile) long onshore and offshore natural gas conduit project meant to connect offshore gas reserves from the Levantine Basin to Greece and further to southeastern European countries.

ONGC Expects Sanctions to Further Delay Russia's Sakhalin 1 Oil Project

Operations at Russia's Sakhalin 1 oil project will continue to face disruptions for 'a couple of months' as Western sanctions have hit insurance cover for ships to transport crude, according to India's ONGC Videsh, a stakeholder.

Tanzania Signs Gas Project Deal with Equinor, Shell

Tanzania has signed a framework agreement with Norway's Equinor and Britain's Shell that will bring closer the start of construction of a $30 billion LNG export terminal.

TotalEnergies Wins Stake in Qatar's LNG Expansion Project

TotalEnergies has signed a partnership deal with QatarEnergy for the North Field East LNG expansion project, which will include six LNG trains that will ramp up Qatar’s liquefaction capacity from 77 MTPA to 126 MTPA by 2027.

Mexico’s President Pledges New Gas Pipeline, Liquefaction Plant in Oaxaca

Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador has pledged to see through the completion of a gas liquefaction facility in Oaxaca as well as a new pipeline to serve the facility, committing an investment of $6 billion.

PG&E Commissions New Renewable Natural Gas Pipeline in California

Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) has partnered with Aemetis Inc. to officially commission the interconnection of a new renewable natural gas facility in Keyes, California.