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 Texas (© Shutterstock/patrice6000)

Texas Pipeline Operators Bracing for Severe Winter Conditions, Regulator Issues Advice

Texas oil regulator, Railroad Commission of Texas (RRC), on Jan. 29, 2023 issued a notice advising oil and gas pipeline operators to ensure their facilities and equipment were secure following forecast for severe weather several days ahead.

Nizwa Fort, Sultanate of Oman (© Shutterstock/Jahidul-hasan)
Nizwa Fort, Sultanate of Oman (© Shutterstock/Jahidul-hasan)

Study Proposes a 1000 Km-long Pipeline to Deliver Hydrogen Gas from South to North Oman

A key feasibility study commissioned by Asyad Group,  an integrated logistics provider of the Sultanate of Oman, envisions the development of a 1000 Kilometer-long dedicated pipeline transporting hydrogen from areas of production in southern and central parts of the country to consumer endpoints in the north, Conrad Prabhu.

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Flag of Spain (© Shutterstock/cgstock)

Spain to Supply About 2.5Mn tpa Green Hydrogen to EU’s Markets Via H2Med Pipeline by 2030

Spain could be the leading supplier of renewable fuel to meet the future demands of industrial users within the EU, the country’s grid operator Enagas said last Thursday during the company’s hydrogen event in Madrid, Upstream reported on Wednesday, January 25, 2023.

Flag of Canada (© Shutterstock/Tatohra)
Flag of Canada (© Shutterstock/Tatohra)

Expanded Trans Mountain Pipeline to Begin Filling by End-2023, MEG Energy Says

An oil shipper on Canada's Trans Mountain Expansion (TMX) project said on Monday, January 23, that the filling of oil in the new pipeline extension would begin late this year (2023), with the pipeline expected to be fully operational in early 2024, Reuters reported.

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

German Gascade and Belgian Fluxys Speed up Plans for North Sea Hydrogen Pipeline

Pipeline operators Fluxys and Gascade, said they have applied for fast-tracked approvals and funding from the European Commission to help speed up the implementation of a green hydrogen pipeline in the North Sea, Reuters reported.

Flag of cameroon and national flag of equatorial guinea (© Shutterstock/esfera)
Flag of cameroon and national flag of equatorial guinea (© Shutterstock/esfera)

The Planned Central African Pipeline System Project in Progress

Equatorial Guinea's Minister of Mines and Hydrocarbons, H.E. Gabriel Mbaga Obiang Lima, this month provided an exclusive update on the Central African Pipeline System (CAPS) project's timeline and implementation progress during a meeting organised by the African Energy Chambers.

Gascade website on a smartphone screen (© Shutterstock/T. Schneider)
Gascade website on a smartphone screen (© Shutterstock/T. Schneider)

Increased Eastwards Gas Flow through Yamal-Europe Pipeline

Data from a pipeline operator Gascade, showed a significant increase in eastbound gas flow through the Yamal-Europe pipeline to Poland from Germany. Similar to Russian supplies to Europe via Ukraine in the morning of Monday, January 23, 2023, Reuters reported.

BP display stand with company redesign logo (© Shutterstock/Tommy Lee Walker)
BP display stand with company redesign logo (© Shutterstock/Tommy Lee Walker)

BP to Set up a Hydrogen Hub in Germany's Wilhelmshaven, Existing Pipelines to be Used

A British multinational oil and gas supermajor, Bp, is planning to explore the feasibility of constructing a new hydrogen hub in Wilhelmshaven, Germany, with pipelines connections used to supply heavy industrial customers in Ruhr and other areas, the company announced on Wednesday, January 18, through a press release.

Pipeline in the sunset (©Shutterstock/Dabarti CGI)
Pipeline in the sunset (©Shutterstock/Dabarti CGI)

Geopolitical Intrigues Decimated a Planned Uganda-Kenya Pipeline for EACOP: Report

The famously known East African Crude Oil Pipeline (EACOP) is a clone of the never-implemented Uganda-Kenya Crude Oil Pipeline (UKCOP), shaped by political intrigues within the EAC bloc,  a report published on ScienceDirect by Brandon Cannon and Stephen Mogaka reveals.