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)

Pembina Pipeline Downplays Investment in Trans Mountain Expansion Due to Toll Uncertainty

Canadian pipeline company Pembina Pipeline Corp. is hesitant to invest in the newly expanded Trans Mountain oil pipeline (TMX) due to uncertainty surrounding shipping tolls, Reuters reported on Friday, May 10, citing a company executive.

Map of West Africa made of wood (© Shutterstock/Olena Ilchenko)
Map of West Africa made of wood (© Shutterstock/Olena Ilchenko)

Nigeria-Morocco Gas Pipeline Project Moves Forward, Northern Section Survey Begins

The Nigeria-Morocco Gas Pipeline project has advanced a step forward following the commencement of topographic surveys in the northern section last week, according to ETAFAT, the company overseeing the project.

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

Argentina's YPF to Build $2.5 Billion Pipeline to Unlock Vaca Muerta Shale Oil Exports

Argentina's state-run energy giant YPF SA is moving forward with a $2.5 billion pipeline project crucial for exporting crude oil from the vast Vaca Muerta shale formation in Patagonia, Bloomberg reported on Friday, May 10, 2024.

Iran & Pakistan on the map (© Shutterstock/Claudio Divizia)
Iran & Pakistan on the map (© Shutterstock/Claudio Divizia)

Iran, Pakistan Exploring Ways to Complete Long-Delayed Gas Pipeline Project

Iran and Pakistan are exploring ways to complete a gas pipeline project stalled for over a decade due to sanctions concerns according to Iran's Consul General to Pakistan, Hassan Nourian.

Nourian told reporters in Karachi on Monday that Iran sees "political determination from Pakistan to complete the project."

Waving state flag of Louisiana - United States of America (© Shutterstock/Zerbor)
Waving state flag of Louisiana - United States of America (© Shutterstock/Zerbor)

Louisiana Carbon Pipeline Rupture Reignites Safety Concerns Amidst South Dakota Project

A recent carbon dioxide pipeline rupture in Louisiana has reignited safety concerns surrounding these pipelines, as a similar project in South Dakota faces ongoing opposition from landowners.

Hydrogen molecule (© Shutterstock/Corona Borealis Studio)
Hydrogen molecule (© Shutterstock/Corona Borealis Studio)

CIP & Uniper Partner to Deliver Green Hydrogen from Denmark to Germany Via Pipeline

Danish renewable energy investor Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners (CIP) signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with German energy firm Uniper on Wednesday, May 1, to supply 140,000 t

Shell logo on a wall (© Shutterstock/ricochet64)
Shell logo on a wall (© Shutterstock/ricochet64)

Shell Signs $100 Million Deal to Construct Natural Gas Pipeline Network in Oyo, Nigeria

Shell Nigeria Gas (SNG), a wholly-owned Shell subsidiary, has signed a $100 million agreement with Oyo State to develop a gas supply and distribution network for industrial and commercial users across the state.

 Entrance to the ExxonMobil world headquarters located in Irving, Texas (© Shutterstock/Katherine Welles)
Entrance to the ExxonMobil world headquarters located in Irving, Texas (© Shutterstock/Katherine Welles)

Exxon Mobil to Halt Guyana Production Temporarily between July and August for Pipeline Connection

Exxon Mobil Corporation is reportedly planning to temporarily shut down two offshore oil production projects in Guyana for two weeks each between July and August to facilitate the connection of a natural gas pipeline.