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Afghanistan's 30-Year Pipe Dream Could Bring Power, Industry

Afghanistan is pressing ahead with plans to turn natural gas from the $8 billion TAPI pipeline into economic development.

Coast Guard Still Investigating Cause of Line 5 Damage

The U.S. Coast Guard says it's still looking into what caused damage to underwater electric cables and oil pipelines in the channel that connects Lake Huron and Lake Michigan.

Kinder Morgan: Recent Events Confirm Trans Mountain Expansion May be Untenable

Kinder Morgan says recent events confirm an investment in the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion may be "untenable" and said Ottawa's pledge of financial support does not resolve political risk related to British Columbia's opposition.

API, Union Launch Pipeline Safety Training Program

Pipeline construction safety training program established that combines the best practices of both the U.S. oil and gas industry and building trades unions.

Oil Flow Resumes Through Damaged Great Lakes Pipelines

After being temporarily shut down due to harsh weather conditions, oil has resumed flowing again through Enbridge's Line 5.

Alberta Seeks to Cut Oil to British Columbia in Canada Pipeline Row

Alberta officials introduce legislation enabling the province to cut oil shipments to neighboring British Columbia because of an ongoing dispute concerning Kinder Morgan's Trans Mountain Expansion Project.

Indian Gas Pipeline Construction Ahead of Schedule

According to GAIL (India) Limited, phase 1 of the Jagdishpur-Haldia & Bokaro-Dhamra Natural Gas Pipeline Project is ahead of schedule.

DOE Offers $25 Million Cybersecurity Grant Following Pipeline Attacks

The U.S. Department of Energy is making $25 million available to enhance cybersecurity in America's energy sector.

Full Service Begins on Midland-to-Sealy Pipeline

Enterprise Products Partners has placed its 416-mile Midland-to-Sealy Pipeline in service with an expanded capacity of 540,000 bpd and capable of transporting batched grades of crude oil and condensate.

Underwater Vehicle to Inspect Damaged Great Lakes Oil Pipeline

Underwater vehicle to help Enbridge inspect recent Line 5 damage that may have been caused by a ship's anchor.

Trudeau Pledges Money, New Law for Trans Mountain

Canada's federal government takes steps to ensure Kinder Morgan's Trans Mountain Expansion Project is completed.

Chevron Greenlights Gorgon Expansion

Chevron to proceed with the second stage of construction for the Gorgon LNG project, which includes 11 new wells in the Gorgon and Jansz-Io fields and building offshore pipelines and subsea structures to transport gas to the nearby 15.6 million ton-a-year plant on Barrow Island.

Duke Energy Moves Forward with Ohio Gas Pipeline Application

Duke Energy Ohio moves forward with its application to construct the proposed Central Corridor Pipeline, a 13 mile, 20-inch natural gas pipeline designed to ensure the safe and reliable delivery of natural gas to customers in southwest Ohio.

Senator Wants Temporary Halt of Oil Flow Through Line 5

Michigan senator says the flow of crude oil through Enbridge's Line 5 should be suspended until authorities determine how severely it was damaged by what may have been a ship anchor strike.

ETP Launches Open Season for Texas Diesel Pipeline

Energy Transfer Partners, L.P. launches an open season for a diesel fuel pipeline in Texas.

Southeastern Trail Expansion Project Application Filed

Williams Partners L.P. files an application with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission seeking authorization for the Southeastern Trail Expansion Project.

Canada's Trudeau to Meet Provincial Premiers on Pipeline Dispute

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will break off a foreign trip to return to Ottawa for a meeting on Sunday with the premiers of two provinces arguing over an oil pipeline.

New DJ Basin Midstream System to Be Built

Outrigger Energy II LLC has commenced development of a tri-stream midstream system in Weld County, Colo.

Canada's Trudeau to Press British Columbia to Accept Pipeline

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to pressure British Columbia into dropping its resistance to Kinder Morgan's Trans Mountain Expansion Project.

Michigan Governor: Vessel Damaged Line 5

Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder says twin oil pipelines beneath the waterway linking two of the Great Lakes were damaged by the same vessel believed to have caused a recent 600-gallon (2,270-liter) coolant fluid leak from electric cables.

Mountain Valley Pipeline Proposes North Carolina Expansion

Mountain Valley Pipeline developers plan to extend the project to carry natural gas into North Carolina.

Alberta Premier Says Province Willing to Buy Trans Mountain Pipeline

Alberta says it could buy the Trans Mountain Expansion Project outright from Kinder Morgan Canada Ltd as Canada's federal government reiterated it was "100 percent" behind the build.

Subsea 7 Awarded Two Offshore Pipeline Contracts

Subsea 7 has received contracts for two offshore pipeline projects, BP's Alligin subsea development, located approximately 140 kilometers west of the Shetland Islands, and ExxonMobil's Production Uplift Pipeline, located off the coast of Nigeria.

Gazprom Says Gas Transit via Ukraine to Europe May Fall to 10-15 Bcm Per Year

Future Russian gas transit flows through Ukraine to Europe may decline significantly, Alexei Miller, head of gas giant Gazprom, says.

German Chancellor Seeks to Assure Ukraine on Russian Gas Link

German Chancellor Angela Merkel says she will consider the impact of a new Russian-German gas pipeline on Ukraine as plans progress.

Canada Considers Investing in Trans Mountain Expansion

Canada's natural resources minister says the federal government is considering investing in Kinder Morgan's controversial Trans Mountain pipeline expansion project in an effort to get the project completed.

TransCanada Further Expands NGTL System

TransCanada places the Sundre Crossover Project into service in central Alberta, increasing the company’s capacity to transport natural gas on the NGTL System to downstream pipelines and key markets in the Pacific Northwest and California.

Expansion of Canada's Trans Mountain Pipeline in Doubt

Kinder Morgan's Trans Mountain pipeline expansion project that would nearly triple the flow of oil from Canada's oil sands to the Pacific Coast in doubt after the company announces a suspension in all non-essential activities and related spending on the project.

Gazprom Gets Finnish Approval to Build Nord Stream 2 Gas Pipeline

Finland approves the construction of the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline through Finland’s economic zone.

Operators Race to Build Pipelines as Permian Nears Takeaway Capacity

Numerous crude oil pipeline construction projects are currently underway as the Permian Basin nears its takeaway capacity.