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Gazprom Books 22.1 MMcm/d in Gas Export Capacity at Slovakia-Ukraine Border for April

Russian state gas pipeline monopoly Gazprom booked around 22.1 million cubic meters per day (MMcm/d) of gas transit capacity for exports to Europe.

Whiptail Midstream Acquires 525 Miles of Pipeline in San Juan Basin

Whiptail Midstream has acquired DJR Energy's oil, gas, and water gathering assets in the Gallup oil window of the San Juan Basin, doubling the company's dedicated acreage, miles of pipeline and production flowing on its assets.

Russian Gas Flows to Europe Broadly Steady

Russian gas deliveries to Europe on three key pipeline routes were steady overall on Monday, rising via the Nord Stream 1 and easing via Ukraine, while reverse flows on the Yamal-Europe pipeline rose.

Germany, Qatar Discuss Long-Term Gas Deal to Reduce Russian Dependence

Germany and Qatar are negotiating a long-term energy partnership, government officials from both sides said Sunday, as Europe's biggest economy seeks to become less dependent on Russian energy sources.

Eni Pledges More Gas for Europe to Help Cut Reliance on Russia

Italian energy group Eni said on Friday it could provide extra gas to Europe to help reduce reliance on Russian supplies after Moscow's invasion of Ukraine.

NFE Announces LNG Agreements with Venture Global LNG

New Fortress Energy Inc. has entered two 20-year sale and purchase agreements with Venture Global LNG. Under the deals, Venture Global will supply 2 MTPA of LNG on a free on board (FOB) basis from its LNG facilities in Louisiana.

Snam Working on Infrastructure Projects to Boost Gas Supplies

Snam manages some 33,000 km of pipeline in Italy and has stakes in key pipelines that brings Algerian and Azeri gas to Italy as well as the TAG pipeline that transports Russian gas.

Russian Gas Flows Via Nord Stream 1 Dip in Line with Requests

Russian gas deliveries to Europe via the Nord Stream 1 pipeline declined from normal levels, but were in line with requests for gas, while the Yamal-Europe pipeline remained in reverse mode for a third consecutive day.

Infrastructure Rollout Will Enable Africa to Expand LNG Exports, Meet Global Demand

An increase in investment towards infrastructure development and gas E&P activities will enable Africa to position itself as a leading LNG exporter.

US Gulf of Mexico Brimming with LNG Tankers as Exports Rise

LNG export terminals are running near full capacity with U.S. exports in high demand amid Russia's invasion of Ukraine and Europe's drive to rebuild shrunken natural gas stocks.

Biden Administration Approves More LNG Exports to Europe

The Biden administration authorized additional exports of LNG from Cheniere Energy in a move that can likely help Europe deal with an energy crunch worsened by Russia's invasion of Ukraine.

Germany's E.ON Cuts Russia Exposure, Signals Nord Stream 1 Risk

E.ON has joined other energy firms in paring its Russian exposure, adding that a $1.2 billion stake it holds in the Nord Stream 1 gas pipeline could lose value as a result of Moscow's invasion of Ukraine

France, Spain in Talks to Resume Construction on MidCat Gas Pipeline Project

Launched in 2013, the gas pipeline project named MidCat (Midi-Catalonia) was meant to bring gas from Algeria, a country which already supplies 11% of the gas consumed in the European Union, up to northern Europe.

Ukraine Invasion Highlights Importance of Canadian Oil, Trans Mountain Pipeline Project

The expansion project is essentially a twinning of the existing 715-mile (1,150-km) pipeline, which was built in 1953 and continues to operate safely, between Strathcona County, Alberta, and Burnaby, British Columbia.

Eni Declares Force Majeure on Brass River Crude Exports Following Pipeline Blast

Italian energy group Eni declared force majeure on exports of Nigerian Brass River crude oil following a blast at a pipeline in Bayelsa state that a Nigerian industry body blamed on vandalism.

DNV Evaluating Hydrogen Readiness of Hungarian Gas Pipeline

GSZ Ltd., the owner and operator of the Hungarian high-pressure transmission natural gas pipeline system, commissioned DNV to assess the suitability for partial to full hydrogen transport of one of FGSZ’s pipelines.

ASCO Awarded Logistics Contracts at Waitsia Field

Logistics management company ASCO has been awarded two, five-year contracts with Mitsui E&P Australia for storage and camp management at the company’s Stage 2 Development campaign at the Waitsia gas field project.

Norway's Equinor Confirms Trading Halt in Russian Oil

Equinor said that it had contractual commitments which it struck prior to Russia's invasion of Ukraine, under which it was to receive four oil cargoes in March.

Russian Gas Will Continue to Flow Through Ukraine to Europe, Ukrainian Official Says

Russian gas will continue to flow to Europe through Ukraine as long as the operators of Ukraine’s gas networks are able to function, the head of Ukraine's state energy firm Naftogaz said.

Petrobras and EIG Near Deal for Bolivia-Brazil Gas Pipeline

State-run Brazilian oil company Petrobras is close to reaching an agreement to sell to U.S. private equity firm EIG Energy Partners control of a natural gas pipeline that connects Bolivia and southern Brazil.

Energean Enters Israeli Gas Purchase Agreement with IEC

Starting with the commencement of first gas production from Karish, the agreement will be valid for an initial one-year period with an option to extend subject to ratification by both parties.

Explorer Pipeline, U.S. Oil Complete Construction on North Dallas Pipeline Project

The recent completion of this 36-mile pipeline expansion project marks an exciting milestone for Explorer, which provides transportation service to major markets in Texas, Oklahoma, Missouri and Illinois.

Pine Wave Energy Partners to Sell Haynesville Acreage, Gathering Assets

The sale includes approximately 12,500 net acres and 100 million cubic feet per day of net production with 18 miles of gathering pipeline in east Texas and northwest Louisiana.

Denmark Resumes Construction of Norway-Poland Gas Link

Construction of the Danish part of Baltic Pipe, which will connect Poland to Norwegian gas fields, is resuming following a nine-month hiatus

Canada Looking at Boosting Oil Pipeline Flows to US, Says Minister

Canada is studying ways to increase pipeline utilization to boost crude exports to the U.S., with the aim of helping European countries that phase out imports of Russian oil.

CERAWeek: No Short-Term Solution for European Gas Crisis, Says Tellurian CEO

Europeans are very lucky that it was a warm winter, panelists said at a CERAWeek session on Wednesday, referring to an ongoing natural gas crisis that start long before Russia invaded Ukraine.

US Natgas Up 2% on Big Storage Draw, Near Record LNG Exports

U.S. natural gas futures gained around 2% on Thursday as near-record LNG exports caused utilities to pull more of the fuel from storage than expected last week.

Russian Piped Gas Deliveries to Europe Remain Stable

The Yamal-Europe pipeline usually accounts for about 15% of Russia's supply of gas to Europe and Turkey but from December 21 until recently had been operating in reverse, which helped drive up European gas prices.

Shell Faces $400 Million Writedown on Russian Downstream Assets

In February, the oil major quit its ventures in Russia with Gazprom and related entities including the flagship Sakhalin 2 LNG plant and the Nord Stream 2 pipeline project.

US Push to Export LNG Amid Ukraine Crisis Slowed by Climate Concerns

White House efforts to boost U.S. LNG exports and cut Europe's reliance on Russian gas after the invasion of Ukraine are proceeding slowly, because of concerns about the impact on climate change.