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

Tenaris Awarded Coating Services Contract for Brazil's Mero 4 Oil and Gas Project

Tenaris, a provider of steel tubes and related services, has been awarded a contract to supply thermal insulation coating for the Mero 4 oil and gas project in Brazil's Campos Basin.

The company announced last Tuesday it will coat 81 kilometers of risers and flowlines with its TenCoat™ Marine 5LPP Solid and Syntactic coatings.

Flag of Saudi Arabia (copyright by Shutterstock/adidas4747)
Flag of Saudi Arabia (copyright by Shutterstock/adidas4747)

Saudi Arabia’s GAS Secures $159.4 Million EPC Contracts for Saudi Gas Pipelines

Gas Arabian Services Company (GAS) has signed two engineering, procurement, and construction (EPC) contracts with the state-owned Saudi Power Procurement Company (SPPC), the company announced on Sunday, March 3, 2023.

The contract is 598.01 million Saudi riyals ($159.46 million) in a combined project value.

A offshore oil rig in the North Sea (© Shutterstock/Frode Koppang)
A offshore oil rig in the North Sea (© Shutterstock/Frode Koppang)

Gassco Submits Decommissioning Plan for Knarr Gas Pipeline Section in UK’s North Sea

Norwegian gas pipeline operator Gassco has submitted a decommissioning program to the UK government for a section of the Knarr Gas Pipeline (KGP) located in UK waters in the North Sea.

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.

State Seal of the State of South Dakota, in the Black Hills, near Mount Rushmore National Memorial (© Shutterstock/Joseph Sohm)
State Seal of the State of South Dakota, in the Black Hills, near Mount Rushmore National Memorial (© Shutterstock/Joseph Sohm)

South Dakota’s Bill Regulating Carbon Pipelines Inches Closer to Becoming Law

South Dakota’s senate bill seeking to regulate pipelines and surcharging companies has passed the House Commerce and Energy Committee, inching closer to becoming a law.

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.

Rendering of a pipeline with Libyan flags (© Shutterstock/Fly Of Swallow Studio)
Rendering of a pipeline with Libyan flags (© Shutterstock/Fly Of Swallow Studio)

Libya Resumes Gas Export to Italy via Key Pipeline after Brief Shutdown Due to Protests

Oil production at Libya's Wafa field and gas flows through a key pipeline to Italy resumed Monday after a brief shutdown sparked by a protest from the Petroleum Facilities Guard (PFG), sources told S&P Global Commodity Insights.

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.