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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Pembina logo on the website (© Shutterstock/Pavel Kapysh)
Pembina logo on the website (© Shutterstock/Pavel Kapysh)

CNOOC Wins, Canada’s CER Directs Pembina Pipeline Corp to Negotiate Terms in Good Faith

Canada Energy Regulator (CER) ruled that Canada's Pembina Pipeline Corp unjustly discriminated against Chinese oil major CNOOC Ltd by denying the company access to storage facilities Edmonton, Alberta, Reuters reported.

Kenya flag waving against clean blue sky (© Shutterstock/railway fx)
Kenya flag waving against clean blue sky (© Shutterstock/railway fx)

Kenya to Build a Gas Pipeline Linking Tanzania’s Dar es Salaam to Mombasa

Kenya is exploring the feasibility of constructing a gas pipeline linking Tanzania’s major coastal city of Dar es Salaam to Kenya’s coastal city of Mombasa and later extending it to Nairobi, Kenya’s capital, Africanews reported in October 2022.

Logo of DNV infront of the website (© Shutterstock/T. Schneider)
Logo of DNV infront of the website (© Shutterstock/T. Schneider)

DNV Awards Energinet Certificates of Conformity (CoC) for Baltic Pipeline Project

The independent energy expert and assurance provider, DNV, awarded Certificates of Conformity (CoC) to the Danish national transmission system operator for electricity and natural gas, Energinet, for the operation of its section of the Baltic Pipe project, DNV announced on its website.

Flags of Germany & Iraq (© Shutterstock/NINA IMAGES)
Flags of Germany & Iraq (© Shutterstock/NINA IMAGES)

Germany Holds Talks with Iraq for Potential Gas Imports to Help Wean Off Russian Energy

Germany is engaging in bilateral talks with Iraq over potential gas imports to help Berlin diversify its energy sources, Chancellor Olaf Scholz said on Friday, January 13, 2023, the Middle East Eye reported.

European Union flag infront of the European Commission (© Shutterstock/symbiot)
European Union flag infront of the European Commission (© Shutterstock/symbiot)

EU Innovation Fund Selects Four Belgian Companies for a Joint Decarbonization Project

The European innovation fund (Innovation Fund Small Scale) selected a consortium of four leading Belgian industrial players: Fluxys Belgium, Prefer, Orbix, and Lhoist to help decarbonize Belgian industry and offer a sustainable solution for the countries construction sector.

Mediterranean sea map (© Shutterstock/Porcupen)
Mediterranean sea map (© Shutterstock/Porcupen)

$435 Million Partnership Deal for Algeria-Italy Pipelines Finalised

Europe’s leading natural gas transmission operator, Snam, and a multinational energy company, Eni, have finalised an acquisition deal, transferring 49.9% of the equity interest held directly and indirectly by Eni in the two groups of companies that operate the Algeria- Italy gas pipelines, Snam announced on Tuesday, January 10, 2023.

Logos of RWE & Equinor (© RWE/Equinor)
Logos of RWE & Equinor (© RWE/Equinor)

RWE & Equinor Partner to Bolster Germany's Decarbonisation Efforts and Security of Supply

A German multinational energy corporation, RWE, and a Norwegian state-owned petroleum refining company, Equinor, on Thursday, January 5, 2022, entered a strategic partnership to develop a high-value supply chain for low-emission carbon to support Germany's decarbonization efforts while also bolstering the country's security of energy supply.

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

Norway Receives $30B Investment Pledge to Maintain High Gas Output for the Next 5 Years

Operators have pledged $30 Billion for developing new gas fields in Norway while extending the lifetimes of the actively producing fields, the Norwegian Petroleum Directorate said on Monday, January 9, 2023.

According to NPD, the investment pledge will help the country to sustain the current high volumes of gas production as it becomes Europe’s reliable gas supplier.

Map showing Barcelona and Marseille (© Shutterstock/Ulf Wittrock)
Map showing Barcelona and Marseille (© Shutterstock/Ulf Wittrock)

Spain Opts to Transport Hydrogen through the Barcelona-Marseille "H2Med" Subsea Pipeline

Spanish government has changed its plans for supplies flowing through the subsea pipeline between Barcelona and Marseille. Initially expected to transport gas in its first phase, the pipeline will only transport green hydrogen, giving it a new name, “H2Med”.

Battery of pumping trucks for hydraulic fracturing in Vaca Muerta, Argentina (© Shutterstock/Sobrevolando Patagonia)
Battery of pumping trucks for hydraulic fracturing in Vaca Muerta, Argentina (© Shutterstock/Sobrevolando Patagonia)

Argentina Secures Financing for Second Phase of Critical Natural Gas Pipeline System

Argentina secured financing for the second phase of the Néstor Kirchner natural gas pipeline system, the country's energy secretary Flavia Royon said during a conference held in Buenos Aires this week.