Projects

Argentina Announces Tender to Build New Vaca Muerta Gas Pipeline

Argentina has launched a tender process to build a new 563-km (350-mile) gas pipeline out of its huge Vaca Muerta shale formation that is estimated to cost $1.5 billion and take about 18 months of work to complete.

New Fortress Eyes $3 Billion Investments in Mexico

U.S. firm New Fortress Energy is considering various investments in Mexico's energy sector that could be worth $3 billion, according to President Lopez Obrador who said the potential projects could include a LNG facility.

Poland Could Build Second Unit to Receive LNG amid Czech, Slovak Interest

Poland could build a second floating storage and regasification unit next to an already planned installation because the Czech Republic and Slovakia are interested in buying more LNG, the Polish climate minister said.

Nigeria Okays Next Step for New Gas Pipeline via Morocco to Europe

The new gas pipeline from Africa to Europe will be 5,660 km (3,517 miles) long and construction will be in phases covering 25 years. The pipeline is expected to be built both onshore and offshore.

Czechs Ready to Invest in Pipeline Upgrade to Replace Russian Oil

Czechs Ready to Invest in Pipeline Upgrade to Replace Russian Oil, Genesis to Build 105-Mile Pipeline to Expand Deepwater GOM Footprint, Leader Confident MidCat Gas Pipeline Will Be Built This Decade, MPLX Advancing with Pipeline Expansions in Permian, Bakken and more.

Shell Greenlights $2.5 Billion Crux Gas Project Off Australia

Construction is expected to start in 2023 with first gas expected in 2027, which will feed the 3.6 million tonne a year Prelude floating liquefied natural gas facility, the oil and gas major said in a statement.

Spain Expects EU to Pay for Gas Connections with Neighbors

Spain and Portugal, which have little dependence on Russian energy supplies, want an additional gas pipeline to be built between Catalonia and France so the Iberian countries can regasify imported LNG and send it on to central Europe.

Enbridge Advancing Construction of Natural Gas Pipeline to Venture Global's LNG Facility

Enbridge said its Gator Express Meter and Venice Extension projects would supply about 1.5 Bcf/d of gas to Plaquemines, and expects the Gator Express pipeline to enter service in 2023 and the Venice Extension in 2024. The estimated cost for both projects is $400 million.

Venture Global Decides to Build Louisiana Plaquemines LNG Export Plant

Venture Global has closed on the $13.2 billion project financing for the initial 13.33 million tonnes per annum phase of the project and associated Gator Express pipeline.

Enagas CEO: Third Spain-France Gas Link Could Be Ready in 2 1/2 Years

A third gas link between Spain and France could be completed in two and a half years at a cost of 600-700 million euros ($640.14-$746.83 million) if the process was accelerated, the CEO of Spain's gas grid operator said on Wednesday.

S.Korean Court Dismisses Plea to Block Loans to Fund Deep-Sea Gas Pipeline in Australia

A South Korean court has dismissed an application from a group of Indigenous Australians that said they were not properly consulted on the Barossa project and the planned 260-km (162-mile) pipeline that will connect offshore gas facilities to an existing pipeline that runs to Darwin.

Sempra Signs Carbon Capture Deal for Proposed Louisiana Project

Houston-based Sempra said the proposed project, Hackberry Carbon Sequestration, could potentially store up to 2 million tonnes of carbon dioxide per year if approved, utilizing the Cameron LNG Phase 1 and 2 export terminals as the anchor source for the captured and sequestered carbon dioxide.

Iran to Revive Gas Pipeline Project to Oman

Iran's oil minister has agreed to revive a long-stalled project to lay an undersea pipeline to carry gas to Oman. The pipeline, which has been in the works since 2013, was delayed due to price disagreements and U.S. pressure on Oman to find other suppliers.

EnLink Moves Forward with Permian-Houston Natgas Pipeline Project

EnLink Midstream will move forward with the construction of the Matterhorn Express Pipeline, a Permian-to-Houston pipeline that will transport up to 2.5 Bcf/d of natural gas through about 490 miles of pipe.

UGI Commits Funding for Renewable Natural Gas Projects in South Dakota

The first set of projects, known as a cluster, will be built at three farms located north of Sioux Falls, SD, and is expected to generate approximately 300 million cubic feet of RNG annually once completed in calendar year 2024.

ADNOC Awards Fujairah LNG FEED Contract to McDermott

McDermott has been awarded a contract by ADNOC to provide front-end engineering design services for the new Fujairah LNG facility, which is located approximately 155 miles (250 km) from Abu Dhabi, UAE.

Chevron to Launch Carbon Capture Project in San Joaquin Valley

Chevron Corp. said on Wednesday it was launching a carbon capture and storage (CCS) project aimed at reducing the carbon intensity of its operations in San Joaquin Valley, California.

Tallgrass Energy Plans to Convert Natgas Pipeline into CO2 Transport System

Tallgrass Energy said it will convert its Trailblazer natural gas pipeline, which runs through Nebraska, Colorado and Wyoming, into a 400-mile carbon dioxide system capable of transporting over 10 million tons of CO2 per year.

Canacol Nears Construction Phase for $560 Million Colombian Gas Pipeline Project

Colombian gas producer Canacol is on track to begin construction on the Jobo-Medellín natural gas pipeline having received final binding offers from four interested contractors in March.

Alberta Premier Says Canada Could Boost Oil Export to US, Calls for Major New Pipeline

Canada could add over a million barrels per day of oil export capacity to the U.S. over the next two years, Alberta Premier Jason Kenney told a U.S. Senate committee. He also discussed building a major new cross-border oil pipeline to further ensure U.S. energy security.

EIA Update: Last Year, 14 Liquids Pipeline Projects Completed In US

Last Year, 14 Liquids Pipeline Projects Completed In US, Crude Oil Prices Increased as Global Demand Outpaced Supply and Interstate Gas Pipeline Capacity Additions Decrease in 2021.

Marcellus, Utica Operators Post Victories, Recalibrate

To be sure, it has not been an easy road, but of all the projects that have been completed this year, the Mariner East system may be midstream’s most satisfying – it certainly has been for those in the Marcellus and Utica shale plays of Pennsylvania, West Virginia and Ohio.

Freeport LNG Seeks Extension to Build 4th Liquefaction Train at Texas Plant

Freeport LNG has asked federal regulators to extend the amount of time it has to construct a fourth liquefaction train at its export plant in Texas until August 2028.

Kinder Morgan’s Gulf Coast Pipeline Launches Open Season for Expansion Project

Gulf Coast Express Pipeline LLC has launched an open season to solicit commitments for an expansion project on its system, which will increase natural gas deliveries from the Permian Basin to South Texas markets.

Chevron Says World's Largest Carbon Capture Project Has 'A Ways to Go' to Meet Goals

Chevron Corp.'s Gorgon carbon capture and storage project in Australia is working at only half its capacity nearly three years after starting up and the company has no timeframe for delivering on targets.

Latest Venture Global LNG Deals Advance Second Louisiana Facility

The long-term supply deals struck this week with Exxon and Petronas by Venture Global LNG put its second Louisiana LNG facility on the verge of construction and financing approval.

Technip, Saulsbury Win Contract for Exxon Mobil Carbon Capture Expansion Project

Technip Energies and Saulsbury Industries have been awarded a contract for the engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) to expand the carbon capture and storage at Exxon Mobil’s LaBarge, Wyoming facility.

Snam Signs Deal to Study Spain-Italy Gas Pipeline

Italian gas group Snam has agreed with Spain's Enagas to explore the construction of an offshore pipeline between the two countries, as Europe scrambles to diversify its energy supply mix and wean itself off Russian gas.

Ottawa Approves $7.7 Billion Loan Guarantee for Trans Mountain Pipeline Expansion

Canada's government-owned Trans Mountain Corp. has secured C$10 billion ($7.7 billion) in financing to help cover the expansion of a pipeline that will bring more crude from landlocked Alberta to the Pacific Coast.

Enbridge, Humble Midstream to Develop Low-carbon Hydrogen, Ammonia Export Facilities

Enbridge Inc. and Humble Midstream LLC have announced the joint development and marketing of a low-carbon hydrogen and ammonia production and export facility which will be located at the Enbridge Ingleside Energy Center, near Corpus Christi, Texas.