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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Pipeline valve with manometer (© Shutterstock/Krasowit)
Pipeline valve with manometer (© Shutterstock/Krasowit)

Oil Supply to Parts of Europe through the Druzhba Pipeline Temporarily Suspended

Tougher times for Europe following a temporary suspension of oil supply through the Druzhba pipeline to parts of Eastern and Central Europe announced by oil pipeline operators in Slovakia and hungury, Reuters reported on November 15, 2022.

President of Kazakhstan Kassym-Jomart Tokayev (© Shutterstock/lev radin)
President of Kazakhstan Kassym-Jomart Tokayev (© Shutterstock/lev radin)

Kazakhstan Seeks to Reduce Dependence on Caspian Pipeline Using Alternative Export Routes

Kazakhstan president Kassym-Jomart Tokayev has called for the establishment of alternative routes for the country’s oil exports to reduce its dependence on Russia.

Flag of Kuwait (© Shutterstock/Dmytro Balkhovitin)
Flag of Kuwait (© Shutterstock/Dmytro Balkhovitin)

Kuwaiti Firm Wins a $140 Million Deal for Supply and Construction of Oil Pipelines

Kuwait, one of the member states of OPEC producers, has awarded a local company a multimillion project contract for the construction of pipelines worth 42.5 million Kuwaiti dinars ($140 million) to link up the country's oilfields in the South and East, a local newspaper reported on Monday, November 7, 2022.

Flag of the People's Republic of China (© Shutterstock/Tatoh)
Flag of the People's Republic of China (© Shutterstock/Tatoh)

China's Gas Demand May Drop for the First Time in 20 Years - State Energy Officials Say

China's total gas demand is likely to plunge for the first time in two decades amid the dwindling economy as the country moves closer to winter, which will see energy demand rise modestly than it has been in previous years.

Libyan National Oil Corporation (NOC) Building (© Hussein Eddeb / Shutterstock.com)
Libyan National Oil Corporation (NOC) Building (© Hussein Eddeb / Shutterstock.com)

Libya’s National Oil Corporation Studying Gas Pipeline Ideas to Connect Greece and Egypt

Libya’s National Oil Corporation (NOC) is studying potential gas pipeline Ideas connecting to Greece and Damietta in Egypt in addition to the current pipeline between Libya and Italy, NOC chairman, Farhat Bengdara, said on Tuesday, November 1, 2022.

Nigeria on the Map (© Shutterstock/hyotographics)
Nigeria on the Map (© Shutterstock/hyotographics)

Nigeria Bets on Service Firms to Deliver Big-ticket Pipelines

The prevailing natural gas crisis in Europe has presented a new urgency to the Nigerian government's prospects to ramp up gas production through big-ticket projects such as the AKK and the Trans-Saharan Pipeline already under consideration.

Gas valve against the flag of Texas (© Shutterstock/Sega_K)
Gas valve against the flag of Texas (© Shutterstock/Sega_K)

West Texas Gas Price Drops Below Zero as Pipeline Outages Disrupt Supply

The natural gas spot price in west Texas fell below zero, forcing the producers to foot up the unloading fee, World News Era reported on October 26, 2022. The events came at a time when Europe is grappling with record-high energy prices following a supply decline by the Russian state-owned supplier, Gazprom.

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

DNV Takes Leadership Roles in Three Energy Transition Safety JIPs

DNV, a Norway-headquartered international accredited registrar and classification society, on October 24, 2022, announced it was taking up a leadership role in three parallel Joint Industry Projects (JIPs) to improve the existing KFX software. This software simulates gas dispersion, fire, and explosions.

Flag of Spain and banknotes (© Shutterstock/Marian Weyo)
Flag of Spain and banknotes (© Shutterstock/Marian Weyo)

Spain's Enagas Looks Into Assets Disposal To Fund New Gas Pipelines

Enagas SA, one of Spain's major gas network operators, could sell some of its assets to fund new pipeline projects in Europe to help Europe wean off Russian energy that the Kremlin has been accused of using to influence global geopolitics. Tallgrass stakes could be part of the long-term disposal.