Projects

Flags of Hungary and Serbia (© Shutterstock/Aritra Deb)
Flags of Hungary and Serbia (© Shutterstock/Aritra Deb)

Serbia Targets 2025 Start for Serbia-Hungary Oil Pipeline Project

Serbia's government has announced plans to begin construction on a 128-kilometer oil pipeline connecting the country to Hungary in 2025.

The project, valued at 150 million euros ($163.9 million), aims to secure a new route for Russian oil imports.

Skyline of Singapore (© Shutterstock/Natnan Srisuwan)
Skyline of Singapore (© Shutterstock/Natnan Srisuwan)

Vopak and Air Liquide Partner to Develop Ammonia & Hydrogen Infrastructure in Singapore

Tank storage company Vopak said Monday it has signed a deal with industrial gas giant Air Liquide to develop infrastructure for importing, processing and distributing ammonia and hydrogen

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

Uganda Considers Oil Pipeline from Tanzania as Talks with Kenya Stall

Ugandan private fuel importers are backing a government proposal to build a pipeline with Tanzania, offering an alternative route for fuel imports amid a continuing deadlock with Kenya.

Close-up on Euro notes (© Shutterstock/Valentin Si)
Close-up on Euro notes (© Shutterstock/Valentin Si)

Nord Stream Seeks Over €400 Million from London Insurers for 2022 Pipeline Ruptures

Nord Stream AG, the operator of pipelines that transported Russian natural gas to Europe, is suing its insurers for more than €400 million ($436 million) over explosions in September 2022 that ruptured the pipelines.

Flag of Pakistan (© Shutterstock/A Kisel)
Flag of Pakistan (© Shutterstock/A Kisel)

Pakistan Begins Work on Iran-Pakistan Gas Pipeline Segment Despite US Sanctions

Pakistan has begun construction on an 80-kilometer (49-mile) section of the Iran-Pakistan (IP) gas pipeline within its territory, despite concerns from the United States over violating sanctions on Iran.

Prime minister of India, Narendra Modi addressing to the nation in 2020 (© Shutterstock/Amit.pansuriya)
Prime minister of India, Narendra Modi addressing to the nation in 2020 (© Shutterstock/Amit.pansuriya)

Prime Minister Modi Inaugurates Oil India's Flagship Pipeline Projects in Assam

Prime Minister Narendra Modi, on Saturday, March 9, inaugurated two key Oil India pipeline projects in a ceremony held in Jorhat, Assam.

The first project involved the upgrade of the pumping capacity along the 756 km Barauni-Bongaigaon-Guwahati sector of the Naharkatiya-Barauni Crude Oil Pipeline. 

Crew Onboard Arctic Sunrise in the Pacific Ocean (© Tomás Munita/Greenpeace)
Crew Onboard Arctic Sunrise in the Pacific Ocean (© Tomás Munita/Greenpeace)

Greenpeace Expedition Discovers Vibrant Ecosystem in Path of TC Energy Pipeline

An expedition led by marine scientist Javier Bello has revealed a vibrant marine ecosystem in the path of a proposed natural gas pipeline off the coast of Veracruz, Mexico, BNN news reported on Sunday, March 3, 2023.

Map of Afghanistan, Turkmenistan and Pakistan (© Shutterstock/Kent Weakley)
Map of Afghanistan, Turkmenistan and Pakistan (© Shutterstock/Kent Weakley)

Taliban Announces Readiness to Begin Work on Afghan Portion of TAPI Gas Pipeline Project

The Taliban has announced its readiness to begin construction on the Turkmenistan-Afghanistan-Pakistan-India (TAPI) gas pipeline project, Daryo reported on February 28, citing a report by Etilaatroz.

Grangemouth Refinery, Scotland (© Shutterstock/orxy)
Grangemouth Refinery, Scotland (© Shutterstock/orxy)

Scotland’s Finnart Pipeline Repairs Extension Impacts Grangemouth Refinery Operations

Repairs to the Finnart oil pipeline, which supplies Scotland's only refinery, are expected to take longer than initially anticipated and extend into April.

Initially, the pipeline was originally expected to be back online in March operating at its normal capacity of 150,000 barrels per day.

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

Denmark Ends Probe into Nord Stream Pipeline Sabotage Due to Lack of Evidence

Denmark has concluded its investigation into the 2022 explosions on the Nord Stream pipelines, joining Sweden in dropping the case due to insufficient evidence for prosecution, authorities said Monday, Feb. 26, 2024.