Canada

Ksi Lisims LNG chooses Siemens Energy for low-carbon electrical compression design

The Ksi Lisims LNG project has awarded Siemens Energy a contract to assist with designing the project’s liquefaction compression and associated electrical systems.

Equitrans weighing options as court blocks U.S. Mountain Valley project

U.S. energy company Equitrans Midstream said it is evaluating all legal options, including an emergency appeal at the U.S. Supreme Court, after an appellate court halted construction of the West Virginia-Virginia Mountain Valley natural gas pipeline in the Jefferson National Forest.

Canada's first LNG terminal in 'encouraging' talks with British Columbia on electrification

The CEO of LNG Canada, the Shell-led liquefied natural gas export project in British Columbia, said discussions with the province about electrifying a second phase of the terminal have been "encouraging" but building new power transmission infrastructure remains a long way off.

Enbridge sees Canada Woodfibre LNG export plant in service in 2027

Enbridge Inc's Woodfibre LNG partnership in British Columbia was on track to enter service in 2027, says Cynthia Hansen, president of gas transmission and midstream at the Canadian energy company.

FERC approves TC Energy's US-Mexico North Baja natgas pipe expansion

Canadian energy company TC Energy Corp's North Baja Pipeline LLC unit has received permission from U.S. energy regulators to put the North Baja natural gas pipeline expansion in Arizona and California into service.

Biden, McCarthy debt deal would speed up Mountain Valley gas pipeline

U.S. energy company Equitrans Midstream Corp's long-delayed $6.6-B Mountain Valley natural gas pipeline could win federal approval as part of Washington's debt limit deal.

Canada natgas exports to U.S. back at levels seen before Alberta wildfires

Canadian natural gas exports to the U.S. this week returned to levels seen before wildfires in Alberta and other western provinces over the past three weeks forced producers to shut oil and gas wells and cut the amount of fuel flowing in pipelines.

Alberta wildfires hit gas flow out of Canada to U.S., spiking prices

Abnormally hot and dry weather is set to return to Alberta after a couple of cooler days helped calm wildfires that have slowed the flow of natural gas out of Canada into the United States and lifted gas prices.

U.S. natural gas up 2% to two-month high as Canada wildfires keep exports low

U.S. natural gas futures rose about 2% to a two-month high as wildfires kept gas exports from Canada near a 25-month low.

Alberta producers restart oil and gas operations as wildfires temporarily ease

A number of oil and gas companies in Canada's main crude-producing province Alberta restarted shuttered production as wildfires that sparked widespread evacuations eased, although officials warned conditions could deteriorate.

Axens to provide tech for the complete gas treatment chain at CSV Albright Sour Gas Processing Plant in Canada

Axens has been selected to supply the technologies for the Acid Gas Removal unit and the Sulphur Recovery unit of the Albright Sour Gas Processing Plant to be constructed by CSV Midstream Solutions Corp. in Alberta, Canada.

Global gas markets rebalancing and remains tight in 2023

Global gas markets are gradually rebalancing but are expected to remain tight in 2023 amid lower Russian pipeline gas deliveries to Europe.

Enbridge acquires gas storage facility in British Columbia for $295 MM

Canadian pipeline operator Enbridge Inc said it would acquire Aitken Creek natural gas storage facility in British Columbia from FortisBC Holdings Inc for $294.68 MM.

Repsol scraps plans for east coast Canada LNG terminal

Repsol has decided against developing a liquefied natural gas terminal on Canada's east coast because it would cost too much to ship the gas to the terminal.

Canada's B.C. province sets high emissions bar for new LNG projects

British Columbia's decision this week to toughen emissions standards for new LNG projects creates one of the most robust climate plans in North America.

Cedar LNG receives B.C. environmental approval and signs memorandum of understanding with ARC Resources Ltd.

The Haisla Nation and Pembina Pipeline Corporation are pleased to announce that Cedar LNG today has received its Environmental Assessment Certificate from the B.C. Environmental Assessment Office and has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with ARC Resources Ltd. for a long-term liquefaction services agreement.

Energy firms bet big on carbon capture projects in U.S., Canada

Many energy companies in North America are investing in carbon capture technologies/projects. The following are several that are being implemented in the region.

Enbridge to invest $2.4 B in natural gas and renewable power in 2023

Enbridge will invest $2.42 billion in natural gas and liquids infrastructure and in renewable power this year.

Alberta offers to work with Trudeau on carbon capture—with conditions

Canada's Alberta province has offered to collaborate with the federal government to spur carbon capture utilization and storage (CCUS) investments, but only if Ottawa secures Alberta's consent on climate policies that impact oil and gas.

IEA convenes Special Ministerial on natural gas markets and actions to reinforce supply security

Some 40 countries will convene for a Special IEA Ministerial (International Energy Agency) on February 15 to review the state of natural gas markets and discuss actions to strengthen security of supply amid the global energy crisis.

Decarbonizing natural gas distribution pipelines

12/1/2022

ATCO Gas and Pipelines Ltd. (ATCO) is continuously innovating to reduce emissions and provide clean energy to its customers.