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Saipem Enters Negotiations to End Arctic LNG 2 Project Contracts

Saipem is in talks to end two contracts related to Russia's $21-billion Arctic LNG 2 project led by Moscow-listed gas producer Novatek, the Italian energy services group said in its interim financial statement.

Eni Acquires Floating Liquefaction Facility to Produce LNG in Congo Republic

Energy group Eni said on Friday it had acquired Tango FLNG to produce and export LNG from the Republic of Congo, as Italy rushes to find alternative supplies to Russian gas.

Enterprise to Build Two Natural Gas Plants, Expand Shin Oak Pipeline System in Permian

Enterprise Products Partners LP has unveiled plans to build two natural gas processing plants and expand the Shin Oak natural gas liquid pipeline system in the Permian Basin to further support ongoing production growth in the basin.

Sunbridge Energy Services Launches Natural Gas Compression Station in Permian Basin

Helping to meet Permian operators’ emission reduction goals, the company’s natural gas compression station will come online on Aug. 31 in the North Midland Basin with a capacity of 50 million cubic feet per day.

Exxon Mobil Awards TechnipFMC Contract for Gas to Energy Project in Guyana

TechnipFMC has been awarded a contract by an Exxon Mobil affiliate to provide engineering, procurement, construction and installation of subsea risers and pipelines for its gas-to-energy project in Guyana.

Energy Group MPLX Boosts Pipeline Throughput by 6% in Second Quarter

U.S. midstream oil and natural gas company MPLX LP said Tuesday it had increased total pipeline throughputs by 6% in the second quarter of 2022 and terminal throughput by 4%, compared with year-ago levels.

Magellan's Permian-Houston Crude Pipelines Volumes Drop

Volumes on Magellan's 450-mile (724-km) Longhorn crude oil pipeline from West Texas to Houston averaged about 200,000 barrels per day (bbl/d) in the three months ended June 30 compared with 260,000 bbl/d in the same period last year.

Sakhalin Energy Asks LNG Buyers to Pay Via Moscow Bank

Russia's Sakhalin Energy Investment Co. has asked its LNG customers to pay for supplies via a Moscow unit of a European bank, a source familiar with the matter told Reuters on Friday.

Italy's Eni Expects to Replace Russian Gas by 2025

Italian energy group Eni believes it will be able to completely replace Russian gas imports by 2025 as uncertainty over Moscow's energy supplies to Europe forces countries to seek alternative sources.

Enbridge Set to Invest $1.5 Billion in Pacific Energy's Woodfibre LNG Project

Canada's Enbridge Inc. said on Friday it will invest $1.5 billion in the joint construction and operation of the Woodfibre LNG project and also said it will spend an additional $2.1 billion on new projects, including expansions of its British Columbia and Texas gas pipeline systems.

CapturePoint Submits Proposal to Build Carbon Capture Facility in Louisiana

Privately-backed CapturePoint LLC has applied to build a carbon capture storage facility in Rapides Parish, Louisiana, roughly 90 miles north of Lafayette, according to a filing with the Environmental Protection Agency.

TC Energy Hikes 416-Mile Gas Pipeline Cost 70% to Nearly $9 Billion

TC Energy Corp. said it expects its Coastal GasLink pipeline project to cost $8.72 billion, nearly 70% higher than initially budgeted. First announced in 2018, the 416-mile pipeline is being built to transport natural gas across Canada.

Algeria, Niger and Nigeria Sign Deal for $13 Billion Saharan Gas Pipeline

Algeria, Nigeria and Niger have signed a memorandum of understanding to build a natural gas pipeline across the Sahara Desert, Algeria's energy minister said on Thursday.

PetroChad Makes First Oil Export to Chad-Cameroon Pipeline

Following the recent acquisition of PetroChad Mangara by Perenco, PCM announced the successful export of its first barrel to the Chad-Cameroon pipeline, within a month of being under new ownership.

PM Sanchez: Spain Has Capacity to Become Gas Hub in Europe

Spain has the capacity to become a gas hub for Europe to help support regional efforts to curb dependence on Russian gas, Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez told a news conference with his Polish counterpart on Wednesday.

Howard Energy to Expand South Texas Natural Gas Transportation System

Through a combination of ongoing enhancements to existing systems and new greenfield pipelines, Howard Energy Partners plans to nearly double throughput capacity to a total of up to 2 Bcf/d from the Austin Chalk and Eagle Ford shale plays in and around Webb County, Texas.

Ukraine Says Gazprom Spiked Gas Pipeline Pressure Without Prior Notice

Russian gas giant Gazprom has sharply increased pressure in the Urengoy-Pomary-Uzhgorod pipeline that delivers Russian gas to Europe without prior notice, the Ukrainian state pipeline operator company said on Tuesday.

Sources: ConocoPhillips Eyes Gulf of Mexico Exit to Strengthen Permian Position

ConocoPhillips is exploring a sale of its stake in the Ursa platform and Princess subsea well in the Gulf of Mexico in what would mark its exit from deepwater energy production off the U.S. Gulf coast, sources told Reuters on Wednesday.

Czech Gas Storage Reaches 80% of Capacity Ahead of Winter Season

The Czech Republic's gas stores are 80% full, Prime Minister Petr Fiala said on Monday, as the country and other European Union member states continue to boost storage to protect against risks of a halt to Russian supplies.

Snam, Edison Team Up to Develop Small-Scale LNG Market in Italy

Italy's gas infrastructure group Snam and France's EDF unit Edison said on Monday they signed a memorandum of understanding to work together to develop small-scale LNG.

Gazprom Says Sanctions Still Hamper Nord Stream 1 Pipeline Maintenance

Russian natural gas giant Gazprom said on Monday that sanctions were still hampering maintenance of the Nord Stream 1 gas pipeline, a strong signal that energy supplies to Europe remain at risk unless the West eases sanctions imposed over Ukraine.

Sempra, Mexico Team Up to Build Gas Infrastructure, Restore 500-Mile Sonora Pipeline

Sempra Energy and Mexico's Federal Electricity Commission have signed deals to further develop gas infrastructure projects, including a possible LNG terminal in Oaxaca and restoring service at the Guaymas-El Oro pipeline in Sonora.

EU Pursuing Gas from Nigeria in Preparation for Russian Supply Cuts

The European Union is seeking additional gas supplies from Nigeria as the bloc prepares for potential Russian supply cuts, Matthew Baldwin, deputy director general of the European Commission's energy department, said on Saturday.

Delfin Asks FERC for Extension on US Gulf of Mexico LNG Export Project

U.S. LNG developer Delfin LNG has asked federal regulators to extend the amount of time it has to put the onshore part of its proposed Gulf of Mexico floating LNG export project off Louisiana into service until September 2023.

Pipelines Flow Small Amounts of Natural Gas to Shuttered Freeport LNG Plant in Texas

Small amounts of natural gas were flowing from interstate pipelines to Freeport LNG's shuttered liquefied natural gas export plant in Texas this week.

Eni to Receive Increased Gas Volumes from Gazprom

Eni said on Thursday it would receive about 36 million cubic meters of gas from Russia's Gazprom, up from the daily average volumes of the last 10 days.

Harvest Midstream Acquires Louisiana Pipeline System

Harvest Midstream announced the closing of a transaction to purchase the remaining interest of Arrowhead Gulf Coast Holdings LLC, which includes nearly 300 miles of crude and condensate pipelines and terminal assets in South Louisiana.

South Africa’s Fuel Switch and the Pipeline Market

South Africa’s drive to achieve net-zero carbon emissions by 2050 would require huge investments in a phased fuel switch by industrial and domestic consumers, which could diversely impact the country’s pipeline market.

Portugal's Sines Port Set to Ship LNG to Rest of Europe

Portugal's Sines port is ready to start onward shipment of LNG, which arrives in large tankers and will be transferred to smaller vessels to head to other European states, a government spokesman said on Tuesday.

Russia Completes Maintenance on Nord Stream 1 Pipeline, Restarts Gas Exports

Russian gas flows via the Nord Stream 1 pipeline are seen restarting on time on Thursday after the completion of scheduled maintenance, two sources familiar with the export plans told Reuters.