Regions

US Grants NFG 35-Month Extension to Build Northern Access Natural Gas Pipeline

U.S. regulators have given National Fuel Gas Co. (NFG) more time to build its proposed Northern Access natural gas pipeline project in Pennsylvania and New York.

Canada Sees Repsol LNG as Fastest Way to Boost Gas Supply to Europe

Canada's East Coast has only enough natural gas supply to accommodate one new LNG export facility, and the project that would boost shipments to Europe the fastest is Repsols, Canada's environment minister told Reuters.

Tellurian Commissions Baker Hughes for Driftwood Pipeline Project

Tellurian's subsidiary, Driftwood Pipeline, has commissioned Baker Hughes to provide decarbonization technology for its upcoming Lines 200 and 300 projects in southwest Louisiana.

Kinder Morgan Green Lights Permian Natural Gas Pipeline Expansion Project

Pipeline operator Kinder Morgan has given the greenlight to financing expanded capacity on the 428-mile Permian Highway Pipeline, which currently carries 1.2 Bcf/d from the Permian Basin of West Texas and New Mexico.

Williams to Move Forward with Louisiana Natural Gas Project in Haynesville Basin

U.S. energy company Williams Co. Inc. has reached a final investment decision to build its proposed Louisiana Energy Gateway project to gather natural gas produced in the Haynesville shale basin, the company said on Wednesday.

Shell Prelude LNG Loading Disrupted Until At Least Mid-July, Worsening Global Supply

Shell Plc said LNG shipments from its Prelude floating facility off northwest Australia would be disrupted for at least two weeks due to work bans by unions fighting for better pay.

Spain Restarts Natural Gas Flows to Morocco on Maghreb-Europe Pipeline

Natural gas has started flowing from Spain towards Morocco through a pipeline that stopped flowing in November amid a diplomatic row between Morocco and Algeria, data from Spanish gas grid operator Enagas showed on Wednesday.

Equinor, Fluxys Plan to Build 620-Mile Pipeline for Offshore Carbon Capture and Storage

Norway's Equinor and Belgium's Fluxys plan to build a 1,000-km (620-mile) pipeline to transport CO2 captured on the European continent for storage underneath the North Sea, the two companies said on Wednesday.

Russia Looks to Lure Asian Buyers with Higher Quality Crude Oil

Russia has been improving the quality of its flagship Urals crude oil export, making the heavily-discounted grade even more attractive to buyers in Asia who have been snapping it up, data obtained by Reuters showed.

US Authorities Stop Oil Tanker Traveling from Russia to Verify Origin

U.S. authorities have stopped an oil tanker traveling from Russia to New Orleans to check whether it is Russian in origin, Reuters reported on Tuesday.

PetroChina May Divest from Australian Natural Gas Projects to Curb Losses – Sources

PetroChina may sell out from natural gas projects in Australia and oil sands in Canada to stem losses and divert funds to more lucrative sites in the Middle East, Africa and central Asia, two people with knowledge of the matter said.

EU Prepares to Curb Demand as Russian Gas Cuts Intensify

A "serious disruption" to the European Union's gas supplies from Russia is likely, the bloc's energy chief said on Monday as she urged countries to update their contingency plans for supply shocks and use other fuels where possible to conserve gas.

Running Short of Gas: Russia's Pipeline Repair Has Europe Worried

When Russia turns off the gas through the Nord Stream 1 pipeline for maintenance in July, Europe is starting to worry that it won't turn it back on again.

Greece Looking to Secure Deal with Italy for Gas Storage

Greece has been in talks with Italy to see whether it can store gas in the neighboring country as part of efforts to secure supplies if Russian flows are disrupted, Greece's energy regulator said on Monday.

Operators Seek Extension to Complete Mountain Valley Natural Gas Pipeline

The joint venture building the Mountain Valley natural gas pipeline from West Virginia to Virginia asked federal regulators for four more years until October 2026 to complete the long-delayed project.

US Natural Gas Futures Hold Near 11-Week Low as LNG Exports Decline

U.S. natural gas futures held near an 11-week low on Friday as forecasts for hotter weather, higher demand and less output than last month offset a drop in LNG exports due to the extended shutdown of the Freeport LNG export plant in Texas.

Russia’s War on Ukraine Rippling Through Latin America

In Latin America, the effects of the war in Ukraine are having a major impact on the fragile economies that are still gradually recovering from the pandemic.

EU, Norway Agree to Increase Gas Deliveries as Russian Cuts Deepen

The European Union and Norway agreed on Thursday to cooperate to bring more gas from western Europe's biggest producer to the EU's 27 countries, nearly half of which are now grappling with cuts to Russian gas supplies.

Canada’s Trans Mountain Oil Pipeline ‘No Longer Profitable,' Says Watchdog

The Canadian government-owned Trans Mountain oil pipeline is no longer profitable after cost over-runs and delays to its expansion project, the country's parliamentary budget officer (PBO) said on Wednesday.

Finland Plans to Build Hydrogen Pipeline Network

Finland announced plans on Wednesday to build a hydrogen transmission network to help reduce carbon emissions. Construction is set to start in southeastern Finland near the Russian border with a 15-km (9-mile) hydrogen pipeline.

Algeria, Niger, Nigeria Take Steps to Build $13 Billion Trans-Saharan Gas Pipeline

Algeria, Niger and Nigeria have set up a task force to build the 2,565-mile Trans-Saharan gas pipeline that has been in the works for more than 40 years, Niger's oil ministry said on Wednesday.

Cheniere to Move Forward with Texas Corpus Stage 3 LNG Plant Expansion

Cheniere Energy Inc. on Wednesday said its Board of Directors had decided to go forward with the expansion of the Corpus Christi export plant in Texas and told Bechtel Energy to continue with its construction.

BP Buys 41% Stake in Australian Wind, Solar, Hydrogen Mega-Project

BP plc has agreed to buy a 40.5% stake and become operator of an Australian renewable energy project that could become one of the world's biggest producers of green hydrogen, the global oil major said.

DOE Awards $504 Million Loan Guarantee to Utah Hydrogen Storage Project

The U.S. Department of Energy closed on a $504.4 million loan guarantee to help finance the construction of the Advanced Clean Energy Storage I project in Utah, the world’s largest industrial green hydrogen storage facility.

Canada Seeking Pathway to Enable German Gas Flow Amid Russian Sanctions

Ottawa is evaluating options to help restore German gas supplies as a crucial Nord Stream 1 pipeline part is stranded in Canada due to Russian sanctions, the Canadian Natural Resources Minister said in an interview with Bloomberg on Tuesday.

Denmark Issues 'Early Warning' on Russian Gas Supply

Denmark's energy agency said on Monday it had activated the first step of a three-stage emergency gas supply plan, which effectively means a tighter monitoring of the market, due to uncertainty about gas supplies from Russia.

US Exported Record Amounts of LNG in 2021

U.S. exports of LNG set a record high in 2021, averaging 9.7 Bcf/d (275 MMcm/d) according to our most recent Natural Gas Monthly. U.S. LNG exports increased by 50% from 2020.

Gas Interconnection Poland–Lithuania Pipeline Project Completed

Construction of the 315-mile (508-km) Gas Interconnection Poland–Lithuania (GIPL) pipeline has been completed, and partial capacity will be available beginning May 1, according to operator Amber Grid Corp.

India Moves to Modernize, Expand Gas Pipeline Network

Indian government says that it foresees an increase in the share of natural gas in the country’s energy mix – from 6% in 2021 to 15% by 2025. A total of $60 billion of new investment planned in the country’s natural gas infrastructure by 2024, with most of that coming from the private sector.

Exxon Joins Oil Majors Eni, Conoco in Qatar's Mega-LNG Expansion Project

QatarEnergy on Tuesday signed a deal with Exxon Mobil Corp. for the Gulf state's North Field East expansion, the world's largest LNG project, following agreements with TotalEnergies, Eni and ConocoPhillips.