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Pioneer Natural CEO Calls Out Permian Basin Gas Flaring

The chief executive of Pioneer Natural Resources, Scott Sheffield, called on Permian Basin producers to limit natural gas flaring and to monitor for methane leaks.

Permian Pipeline Expansions Boost Plains' Q3 Volumes

Plains All American reported strong earnings in the third quarter of 2019 as growing demand for pipeline transport drove revenues higher. The results, however, fell short of earnings in last year's third quarter, when Plains benefited from the sale of an interest in BridgeTexas Pipeline.

Ukraine, Russia May Sign Gas Transit Deal in Late December: Minister

Ukraine's energy minister is expecting a gas transit deal to be signed with Russia by the end of the year.

Israel-Egypt Gas Pipeline Deal Closed “In Practice”

The EMED joint venture consisting of Noble Energy, Israel's Delek Drilling and Egypt's East Gas Co has all but completed its purchase of a 39% stake in the subsea EMG pipeline.

NGL Energy Partners LP Closes Acquisition of Hillstone

After acquiring Hillstone LLC, NGL Energy now has approximately 380 miles of water disposal pipelines serving the Delaware Basin.

Cheniere Targets Early Start of Texas LNG Exports: First Half 2021

Cheniere Energy Inc said on Friday it expects to reach substantial completion of the third liquefaction train at its Corpus Christi LNG export plant in Texas earlier than previously expected in the first half of 2021.

High on Earnings, TC Energy Plans C$1.2 Billion System Expansion

Fresh off of a 55% quarterly increase in liquids transportation earnings, Keystone pipeline operator TC Energy said it will proceed with another C$1.2 billion expansion to its pipeline system.

Tallgrass Energy Secures Oil Shipper Contracts for Pony Express Pipeline

Tallgrass Energy has secured additional shipper contracts on its Pony Express Pipeline as it recontracts parts of the line.

Denmark Approves Nord Stream 2 Project

The Nord Stream 2 project has been approved by Denmark, the last remaining country needed to finish the pipeline.

Palisade Pipeline Secures Funding for Permian Water Pipeline

Palisade Pipeline has secured funding to build a water pipeline from Lubbock, TX to the Permian Basin.

Enterprise Midland-to-ECHO Pipeline System Expansions to Add 450,000 bpd Each

Enterprise's CEO reported on the company's earnings call that upcoming expansions on 2 of its pipelines will add 450,000 bpd of capacity to each line.

EPIC Crude Oil Pipeline Announces Third Open Season

EPIC has announced a third open season on its 400,000 bpd EPIC Crude Pipeline.

Singapore Committed to Natural Gas Power

Natural gas will continue to play a dominant role in generating electricity in Singapore while the state plans to accelerate the use of renewable energy, primarily solar power, in the next decade to battle climate change, a senior government official said.

Small Oil & Gas Companies get Cold Shoulder from Big Banks

The largest banking lenders to the oil and gas sector are becoming more cautious, marking down their expectations for oil and gas prices that underpin loans in a move expected to put further financial stress on struggling producers, industry and banking sources said.

Dirty Oil Settlement Expected Between Lukoil, MOL

Russian oil producer Lukoil and Hungarian energy company MOL are reportedly set to sign a settlement deal over contaminated oil during Russian President Putin's visit to Budapest this week.

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.

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.

Norway's Equinor Eyes Natural Gas Infrastructure in Brazil

Norway's Equinor is actively looking to install new natural gas infrastructure on the coast of Brazil to help facilitate the large amounts of gas being produced in the country.

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.

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.

Gas Futures Rise on Permian Highway Delay

U.S. natural gas futures for the winter of 2020-2021 gained the most of any contracts on Thursday after Kinder Morgan delayed the projected in service date for its $2 billion Permian Highway gas pipe in Texas to early 2021.

Officials Study Fire at California Storage Site after Quake

Officials are trying to determine Wednesday if a 4.5 magnitude earthquake triggered an explosion at an ethanol storage facility in the San Francisco Bay Area that started a fire and kept thousands of people in their homes for hours because of potentially unhealthy air.

Woodside Targets FIDs on Browse, Scarborough Gas Projects

Australia's Woodside Petroleum has pushed out the final approval date for its mammoth Browse gas project but slightly brought forward plans to sign off on its smaller Scarborough project. Combined, the projects would require construction of 826 miles of subsea 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.

Pipeline Shipments from Kashagan Fall with Unplanned Maintenance

Pipeline shipments from Kazakhstan's giant Kashagan project have decreased since Oct. 6 due to unplanned maintenance, but the energy ministry said repairs were completed on Tuesday.

Kinder Morgan Reports 'Momentous' Third Quarter

Kinder Morgan reported what CEO Steve Kean described as a "momentous" third quarter Wednesday as the company achieved a 13% increase in natural gas transport volumes and the completion of major pipeline and LNG projects in the period ended Sept. 30.