Daniel Onyango

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Daniel is a versatile online journalist with a knack for writing news reports covering a wide range of subjects across industries, including disruptive technology, energy, renewables, sustainability, politics, business, innovations, health, aviation, and IoT. He worked with Empire Media Group Inc., Magnetic Media, and Which-50 Media before joining the ptj Editorial Team.

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Flag of Nigeria covered in oil (© Shutterstock/Mehaniq)
Flag of Nigeria covered in oil (© Shutterstock/Mehaniq)

Nigeria's Oil Production Drops in March Due to Pipeline Issues and Maintenance

Nigeria's oil production fell to 1.23 million barrels per day in March. 

The decline is attributed to oil companies' pipeline problems and ongoing maintenance, according to the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) and Nigerian officials.

Court gavel on court desk (© Adobe Stock/BillionPhotos.com)
Court gavel on court desk (© Adobe Stock/BillionPhotos.com)

Disputed Enbridge’s Line 5 Pipeline Trespassing on Tribal Land in Wisconsin, US DOJ Says

The U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) has weighed in on a long-running court battle over an oil and gas pipeline in Wisconsin, arguing that a Canadian company has been trespassing on tribal land for over a decade. 

House of Parliament & clock tower housing Big Ben (© Shutterstock/Alexey Fedorenko)
House of Parliament & clock tower housing Big Ben (© Shutterstock/Alexey Fedorenko)

UK Gov. Approves Pipeline to Capture and Store Industrial CO2 Offshore

The UK government has approved plans for a 60-kilometer pipeline that will capture industrial carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions and store them offshore in depleted gas reservoirs.

 Rendering of a hydrogen pipeline (© Shutterstock/petrmalinak)
Rendering of a hydrogen pipeline (© Shutterstock/petrmalinak)

Germany Delays 9,700-km Hydrogen Pipeline Network to 2037 to Workout Financing Structure

Germany's ambitious plan for a €20 billion ($21.5 billion) hydrogen pipeline network has been pushed back five years to 2037, Hydrogeninsight reported on April 8, 2024.

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Flag of Croatia (© Shutterstock/adaptice photography)

Croatia Signs €533 Million Contract to Build 4 New Gas Pipelines

The plan to build four major gas pipelines in Croatia has entered the implementation phase after the government signed the contract with the gas pipeline operator, Total Croatia news reported on Monday, April 8, citing a report from 

North Sea under a cloudy sky (© Shutterstock/Aastels)
North Sea under a cloudy sky (© Shutterstock/Aastels)

North Sea European Nations Sign Agreement to Safeguard Underwater Pipelines and Cables

Six European countries bordering the North Sea signed an agreement Tuesday to bolster cooperation on protecting critical underwater infrastructure, including energy pipelines and communication cables due to concerns about potential sabotage by Russia.

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The flag of Australia (© Shutterstock/esfera)

Victorian Gas Pipeline Rupture Under Investigation as Authorities Seek Cause

The Australian National Offshore Petroleum Safety and Environmental Management Authority (NOPSEMA) is investigating a ruptured gas pipeline off the Victorian coast, which caused a visible sheen on the water's surface.