Pipeline Business

Kuwait on the map (© Shutterstock/JPstock)
Kuwait on the map (© Shutterstock/JPstock)

Kuwait Oil Company Declared State of Emergency Over Land Oil Spill Caused by Pipeline Leak

The Kuwait Oil Company announced on Monday, March 20, that it had declared a state of emergency after an oil spill occurred on land due to a pipeline leak, as environmental activists criticized the incident as a "recurring problem" in the Gulf state, France 24 reported.

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Flags of China and Russia (© Shutterstock/Vitalii Vodolazskyi)

Russia and China Reach Agreement on Power of Siberia 2 Gas Pipeline

Moscow, Russia - Russian President Vladimir Putin announced on Tuesday that Russia and China had reached an agreement on the Power of Siberia 2 gas pipeline. The new pipeline will connect Siberia to northwest China and will be a 2600-km pipeline originating in the Bovanenkovo and Kharasavey gas fields in Yamal.

Bangalore on the map of India (© Shutterstock/Zarko Prusac)
Bangalore on the map of India (© Shutterstock/Zarko Prusac)

Gas Leak from GAIL Pipeline Causes Explosion, Injuring Three People in Bangalore

Three people were seriously injured in an explosion caused by a gas pipeline leak in the HSR Layout 7th sector of Bangalore on Thursday.

According to a report published by Free Press Journal, the incident occurred when the Bangalore Water Supply and Sewerage Board (BWSSB) accidentally broke the pipeline while digging a road, causing gas to leak into nearby homes.

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Flag of Mongolia infront of a statue of Genghis Khan (© Shutterstock/Pises Tungittipokai)

Mongolia to Decide on Russia-China Gas Pipeline Route after Cost Agreement Reached

Mongolia's Prime Minister Luvsannamsrain Oyun-Erdene stated on Wednesday, March 15, that the country would determine the route of the proposed Russia-China gas pipeline through its territory once its neighbours agree on costs, Reuters reported yesterday.

Sensirion Connected Solutions & Intero - The Sniffers Partner toTackle Methane Emissions (© Intero - The Sniffers)
Sensirion Connected Solutions & Intero - The Sniffers Partner toTackle Methane Emissions (© Intero - The Sniffers)

Sensirion Connected Solutions & Intero - The Sniffers Partner to Tackle Methane Emissions

Sensirion Connected Solutions, a provider of sensor-based monitoring solutions, and Intero - The Sniffers, an environmental and integrity service provider, have partnered to help the oil and gas industry reduce methane emissions and comply with voluntary initiatives and new standards, Intero - The Sniffers announced through a press release on Thursday, March 16.

Kazakhstan with flag embedded on the surface of the earth (© Shutterstock/Harvepino)
Kazakhstan with flag embedded on the surface of the earth (© Shutterstock/Harvepino)

KazTransOil to Send Tons of Oil to Germany via Druzhba Pipeline for the Third Time

Kazakhstan's oil transportation company, KazTransOil, plans to transport another 20,000 tons of oil to Germany via the Druzhba oil pipeline in April, according to Kazakh Energy Minister Bolat Akchulakov.

The announcement about the transportation of the third batch was made on the sidelines of the government meeting on March 14, as reported by Kazinform.

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The Union Jack of the United Kingdom (© Shutterstock/STILLFX)

Worley to Deliver Pre-FEED and Technical Survey for East Coast Hydrogen Pipeline

Global provider of professional project and asset services, Worley, has been awarded the contract to deliver the pre-Front End Engineering Design (pre-FEED) and technical survey for the East Coast Hydrogen Pipeline (ECHP) project, H2 Bulletin reported on Tuesday, March 14, 2022.

Logo of Wolf Carbon Solutions on a screen infront of the website (© Shutterstock/T. Schneider)
Logo of Wolf Carbon Solutions on a screen infront of the website (© Shutterstock/T. Schneider)

Wolf Carbon Solutions Delays Pipeline Construction Schedule

Wolf Carbon Solutions' attorney, Amanda James, on Tuesday, March 14, informed Iowa state regulators that the company may not be able to meet its initial plan of constructing its carbon dioxide pipeline in Iowa in the second quarter of 2024, as initially planned.

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Azerbaijan on the map (© Shutterstock/Yusuf Ucuz)

Azerbaijan to Expand Natural Gas Pipeline to Meet Growing European Gas Demand

Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev yesterday announced plans to increase the capacity of the country's natural gas pipeline to meet the growing demand in Europe.

According to Azernews, President Aliyev discussed the expansion during meetings with heads of leading German companies in Berlin.

Map of Canada with all 10 provinces and territories (© Shutterstock/Pyty)
Map of Canada with all 10 provinces and territories (© Shutterstock/Pyty)

Pembina Pipeline's Cedar LNG Project Secures British Columbia's Environmental Approval

Pembina Pipeline Corporation announced yesterday that its Cedar LNG project had received environmental approval from the British Columbia government, Reuters reported on March 14.

Cedar has also been granted its first permit from the province's energy regulator for an approximately 8.5-kilometer pipeline connecting the project to the Coastal GasLink pipeline.

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A pile of 100 US Dollar bills (© Shutterstock/RomanR)

Canadian Trans Mountain Pipeline Expansion Cost Increases by 44% to $22.35 Billion

After a cost estimate hike last month, Trans Mountain pipeline faces yet another price hike of 44% from last year's estimated cost, Trans Mountain Corporation (TMC) announced.

According to a Reuters report on Friday, the cost of the government-owned Trans Mountain oil pipeline expansion has increased to $22.35 billion (C$30.9 billion).

Logo of Inpex on a screen infront of the website (© Shutterstock/T. Schneider)
Logo of Inpex on a screen infront of the website (© Shutterstock/T. Schneider)

Japan's Inpex to Test BTC Pipeline with a Batch of Kashagan Crude

A Japanese oil company, Inpex Corporation, will send a test batch of 7,000 tonnes of Kashagan crude from Kazakhstan through the Baku-Tbilisi-Ceyhan (BTC) pipeline this month, the pipeline's operator, KazTransOil, said on Friday, March 10, CAN reported.

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Colombia on a 3D rendered map (© Shutterstock/HACK_CG)

Colombia's Promigas and TGI to Inaugurate Pipeline Interconnection Project

Colombian energy companies, Promigas and TGI, announced on Thursday that they would strengthen gas supply to the country's northern region by inaugurating a pipeline interconnection project later this month, BNamericas