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TES, OQ Alternative Energy sign JSA for an e-NG facility in Oman

TES and OQ Alternative Energy announced that they have entered in a Joint Study Agreement to assess the development of an e-NG facility in Oman.

UK's National Grid seeks buyer for Europe's biggest LNG terminal

British energy infrastructure operator National Grid said it is looking to sell its Grain liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminal in Britain, Europe's largest such facility, in a bid to streamline operations.

Asian spot LNG prices at five-month high on firm demand, geopolitical risks

Asian spot liquefied natural gas (LNG) prices surged to a five-month high, marking the fourth consecutive week of gains.

Equinor to invest more than $1.1 B to further develop gas infrastructure in the Troll West gas province

Equinor and the Troll partners have decided to invest just more than $1.1 B to further develop the gas infrastructure in the Troll West gas province.

Energy Workforce responds to U.S. Energy Secretary's testimony on LNG export permit pause

Energy Workforce responds to U.S. Energy Secretary's testimony on LNG export permit pause

Australian natural gas industry seeks policy repairs to boost investment

Australia's natural gas industry executives are seeking more measures to restore an investment environment they say has been damaged by a series of state interventions to boost domestic supply and curb soaring energy prices.

Tecnimont, Baker Hughes awarded an EPC contract for Hassi R'mel (Algeria) gas gathering system upgrade

MAIRE announced that a consortium composed by its subsidiary Tecnimont Integrated E&C Solutions and Baker Hughes has been awarded by SONATRACH an EPC contract for the implementation of three gas boosting stations and the upgrading of the gathering system, located at the Hassi R’mel gas field, 550 km south of Algiers.

Gato Negro Permitium Uno seeks U.S. DOE approval to ship gas to Mexico

Gato Negro Permitium Uno is seeking U.S. permission to export gas to Mexico, turn it into LNG and send it to countries with U.S. free-trade agreements.

Phillips 66 to buy Pinnacle Midland for $550 MM

Phillips 66 agreed to acquire Pinnacle Midland, a midstream company owned by private equity firm Energy Spectrum Capital, for $550 million in cash, expanding the U.S. refiner's natural gas gathering and processing footprint in the Midland Basin.

China LNG imports could hit record levels in 2024, says PetroChina

According to PetroChina, domestic LNG imports could reach between 78 MMtpy-80 MMtpy this year, with the industrial and commercial sectors driving demand.

Australia gas producers endorse govt strategy, warn of shortages this decade

Australia's energy producers endorsed a government strategy to boost natural gas development, but warned the country still faces new gas supply shortfalls this decade while markets remain volatile due to global conflicts.

Gulfstream LNG export terminal (U.S.) receives FERC approval

Gulfstream LNG, under development in Plaquemines Parish, Louisiana, announced that it has received the U.S. Federal Energy Regulatory Commission approval to commence the pre-filing permitting process, kicking off the regulatory review for its proposed 4-MMtpy modular export facility.

ADNOC purchases stake/offtake from NextDecade LNG (U.S.)

ADNOC announced the acquisition of a 11.7% stake in Phase 1 of NextDecade's Rio Grande LNG, along with a 20-yr LNG offtake agreement from Train 4.

Russia and China to sign Power of Siberia-2 gas pipeline contract 'in near future'

Russia and China expect to a sign a contract "in the near future" on the Power of Siberia-2 gas pipeline, which will carry Russian gas to China.

Turkey signs LNG supply deal with ExxonMobil

Turkey's state pipeline company, BOTAS, and ExxonMobil signed an LNG supply agreement, as Turkey aims to diversify its energy sources.

Bulgaria starts operations on country's first hydrogen charging station

Funded through the Operational Program "Science and Education for Smart Growth" and the European Fund for Regional Development, the station is a testament to Bulgaria's inception of hydrogen electric mobility in the country.

STATS Group and National Gas win IGEM Product of the Year Award for innovative pipeline isolation technology

STATS Group and National Gas have been awarded the prestigious IGEM/EUA Gas Industry Award for Product of the Year for their collaborative work on substantially reducing emissions on a strategically important pipeline replacement project.

Oneok to acquire strategic U.S. Gulf Coast NGL pipelines for $280 MM

ONEOK will acquire a system of NGL pipelines from Easton Energy for approximately $280 MM.

Gazprom loss shows struggle to fill EU gas sales gap with China

Gazprom could face a long period of poor performance as it struggles to fill the gap of lost European gas sales with its domestic market and Chinese exports.

Investments surge on strong demand outlook for LNG bunkering

Drewry projects more than 1,000 LNG-fueled vessels to be in service by 2027. However, development of the bunkering infrastructure appears to be lagging in comparison to the growth in fleet as well as the potential demand, which could take a leap of 30 MMtpy by 2028.

NextDecade plans to take FID on LNG train 4 in 2H of this year

In the company's Q1 business update, NextDecade's Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Matt Schatzman, provided an update on the company's LNG terminal project in south Texas (U.S.).

Air Products to build network of H2 refueling stations in Alberta, Canada

Air Products announced in late April that it intends to build a network of permanent, commercial-scale multi-modal hydrogen refueling stations stretching from Edmonton to Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

AG&P LNG and Hai Linh begin commissioning of Cai Mep LNG terminal in Vietnam

Leading LNG terminals and downstream infrastructure company, AG&P LNG, a subsidiary of Nebula Energy, along with its partner, Hai Linh Co. Ltd., a prominent petroleum product import terminal and trader, have announced the start of the commissioning of the Cai Mep LNG terminal.

ConocoPhillips boosts processing efficiency with new Zia Hills Central Facility

ConocoPhillips’ newest central processing facility is significantly enhancing the company’s Zia Hills asset in New Mexico by optimizing operational costs, expanding processing capacity, reducing surface footprint and curbing emissions.

Karpowership and Petrobras forge strategic alliance to enhance integrated natural gas projects in the Americas

Karpowership and Petrobras have signed a Memorandum of Intent to combine their respective expertise in the natural gas and power sectors to guarantee supply and meet the demand of the energy industry across the Americas.

EU eyes Russia LNG transhipment ban, tighter control of sanction busting

The European Union is looking to enact harsher sanctions against Russia, including holding LNG owners more accountable for receiving Russian natural gas shipments.

Sinopec in talks with Pembina for LNG offtake of Cedar LNG project

China's Sinopec is in discussions with Pembina Pipeline Corp for a LNG offtake agreement and equity stake in the $4-B, 3-MMtpy Cedar LNG project in British Columbia, Canada.

First tanker in 12 days sets sail from Freeport LNG in Texas (U.S.)

The first tanker in 12 days set sail from Freeport LNG's Texas export terminal, signaling the resumption of gas processing after an outage this month.

Global pipelines construction outlook 2024: New LNG terminals sound call for more pipelines—Part 1

4/16/2024

Mike Reed, Editor-in-Chief, Pipeline & Gas Journal, provides an overview of capital investments in pipeline construction. Part 1 examines capacity builds in North America, and Central and South America.

U.S. natgas prices slide 2% on forecasts for milder weather, lower demand

U.S. natural gas futures slid about 2% on forecasts for milder weather and less heating demand next week than previously expected and ample amounts of gas in storage.