Pipeline Business

Rendering of a pipeline with Libyan flags (© Shutterstock/Fly Of Swallow Studio)
Rendering of a pipeline with Libyan flags (© Shutterstock/Fly Of Swallow Studio)

Libya Resumes Gas Export to Italy via Key Pipeline after Brief Shutdown Due to Protests

Oil production at Libya's Wafa field and gas flows through a key pipeline to Italy resumed Monday after a brief shutdown sparked by a protest from the Petroleum Facilities Guard (PFG), sources told S&P Global Commodity Insights.

A judge's gavel and a statue of Lady Justice infront of the flag of North Dakota (© Shutterstock/Mehaniq)
A judge's gavel and a statue of Lady Justice infront of the flag of North Dakota (© Shutterstock/Mehaniq)

North Dakota Seeks $38 Million in Federal Court Over Dakota Access Pipeline Protests

A federal trial began last Thursday, examining North Dakota's claim that the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers mismanaged the Dakota Access Pipeline protests, leading to $38 million in state expenses.

North Dakota seeks to recoup the funds it spent on law enforcement and cleanup during the 233-day protests against the pipeline in 2016 and 2017.

Guyana on the map (© Shutterstock/hyotographics)
Guyana on the map (© Shutterstock/hyotographics)

Guyana Delays $1.9 Billion Gas-to-Power Project Until 2025, including 140 miles of pipeline

Guyana's ambitious gas-to-power project, aimed at reducing electricity costs and capitalizing on the country's energy resources, has been delayed until 2025, Reuters reported on Wednesday, Feb. 21, 2024.

Flags of the USA and Mexico (© Shutterstock/Jim Barber)
Flags of the USA and Mexico (© Shutterstock/Jim Barber)

US Approves Pipeline for Mexico Pacific LNG’s Connector Plan Despite Climate Concerns

U.S. energy regulators approved Mexico Pacific LNG’s Saguaro pipeline that would transport 2.8 billion cubic feet of natural gas per day from Texas to Mexico for export as liquefied natural gas (LNG).

Drone photo of C10 after both pipeline sections have been recovered (© ABL Group)
Drone photo of C10 after both pipeline sections have been recovered (© ABL Group)

ABL Completes Marine Surveys for German Offshore Gas Pipeline Project

ABL Group, a global energy and marine consultancy firm, has finished overseeing the transportation and installation of a subsea pipeline for GASCADE Gastransport's Ostsee Anbindungsleitung (OAL) project.

Rendering of a Shahed drone (© Shutterstock/Anelo)
Rendering of a Shahed drone (© Shutterstock/Anelo)

Russian Drone Strikes Damage Gas Pipeline in Southern Ukraine

Russian drone attacks overnight on Sunday damaged a gas pipeline and residential buildings in the southern Ukrainian city of Mykolaiv, the Irish Times news reported, citing information from Ukrainian military officials.

According to the report, at least one civilian was injured in the strikes, which targeted critical infrastructure and civilian areas.

South Dakota State Capitol Building in Pierre, South Dakota (© Shutterstock/Joseph Sohm)
South Dakota State Capitol Building in Pierre, South Dakota (© Shutterstock/Joseph Sohm)

South Dakota Lawmakers Grapple with CO2 Pipelines Regulations & Landowner Concerns

Landowners and legislators in South Dakota are locked in a heated debate over proposed regulations for carbon dioxide (CO2) pipelines, with concerns ranging from local control to the use of eminent domain.

Senator Casey Crabtree, a proponent of Senate Bill 201, believes his legislation could foster understanding between pipeline companies and landowners.

Construction of the Mountain Valley Pipeline near Camden, West Virginia (© Shutterstock/Malachi Jacobs)
Construction of the Mountain Valley Pipeline near Camden, West Virginia (© Shutterstock/Malachi Jacobs)

Muddy Spring Near Mountain Valley Pipeline Raises More Concerns in Virginia Community

Muddy water erupted from the ground near a natural spring in Sinking Creek, Virginia, raising concerns about potential contamination from the construction of the Mountain Valley Pipeline (MVP).

Flag with the logo of Bilfinger (© Shutterstock/360b)
Flag with the logo of Bilfinger (© Shutterstock/360b)

Bilfinger Secures New Contract for Forties Pipeline System Maintenance

Bilfinger, a leading industrial services provider, has been awarded a new contract by INEOS FPS to perform maintenance work across the Forties Pipeline System (FPS) for up to five years

The large-scale agreement, which began in January 2024, has an initial duration of three years with an option for a two-year extension.

Rendering of a pressure gauge on a hydrogen pipeline (© Shutterstock/r.classen)
Rendering of a pressure gauge on a hydrogen pipeline (© Shutterstock/r.classen)

Germany and Algeria Launch Joint Hydrogen Task Force to Secure Europe's Energy Future

Germany and Algeria, on Friday, February 9, signed a declaration of intent, establishing a joint hydrogen task force and outlining plans for closer cooperation on green hydrogen production, H2 View reported on Sunday, Feb. 12, 2023.

According to the report, the move aims to bolster Europe's energy security and accelerate the transition to Net Zero emissions.

 The national flag of Uganda and flag of Tanzania (© Shutterstock/esfera)
The national flag of Uganda and flag of Tanzania (© Shutterstock/esfera)

East African Crude Oil Pipeline Faces Insurance Hurdle as Major Companies Pull Out

The East African Crude Oil Pipeline (EACOP) project has suffered a significant setback as 28 insurance companies opted out of providing coverage, citing pressure from climate activists and concerns about environmental and human rights risks.

Flag of Tajikistan on the map (© Shutterstock/hyotographics)
Flag of Tajikistan on the map (© Shutterstock/hyotographics)

Central Asia-China Gas Pipeline Construction Stalled in Tajikistan Over Pricing Disputes

Construction of a key segment of the Central Asia-China gas pipeline in Tajikistan has been delayed due to pricing disagreements among participating countries, Energy Minister Daler Juma announced at a press conference.

 Azadi Tower in Tehran with flasgs of Iran (© Shutterstock/Kanisorn Pringthongfoo)
Azadi Tower in Tehran with flasgs of Iran (© Shutterstock/Kanisorn Pringthongfoo)

Iran Launches New Offshore Gas Pipeline at South Pars Field, Boosting Production

Iran has launched a new offshore gas pipeline at its South Pars Gas Field, marking a significant step towards increasing production and bolstering energy security.

As reported by MEHR News Agency on Tuesday, Feb. 6, 2023, the €130 million ($140.1 million) project, officially launched by Oil Minister Javad Owji, coincided with the 45th anniversary of the Iranian Revolution.

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau (© Shutterstock/Art Babych)
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau (© Shutterstock/Art Babych)

Trudeau Faces Challenges Selling Trans Mountain Pipeline Despite Indigenous Stake Offer

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's ambitious plan to sell the Trans Mountain pipeline, a key conduit for Canadian oil exports, faces mounting challenges, including cost overruns, unresolved Indigenous participation, and a looming election.

Flag of Nigeria (© Shutterstock/adaptice photography)
Flag of Nigeria (© Shutterstock/adaptice photography)

Nigeria Eyes Morocco Pipeline to Supply Gas to Europe as Trans-Sahara Plans Crumble

Gas-rich Nigeria is exploring a new route to deliver its vast natural gas reserves to Europe, turning its attention to a 5,600-kilometer pipeline to Morocco after diplomatic tensions scuttled a long-mooted project through Niger.