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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Court gavel on the Russian flag (© Shutterstock/Serhii Yevdokymov)
Court gavel on the Russian flag (© Shutterstock/Serhii Yevdokymov)

Russian Court Orders Halt to Caspian Oil Pipeline, but Exports Still Flow

A Russian court has ordered the Caspian Pipeline Consortium (CPC), one of the world’s largest pipelines that take oil from Kazakhstan to the Black Sea, to suspend its activities for 30 days, adding to global concern over oil supplies.

Flags of the G7 states in 2022 (© Shutterstock/Maxx-Studio)
Flags of the G7 states in 2022 (© Shutterstock/Maxx-Studio)

G7 Leaders Closer to Propose Price Cap on Oil and Gas from Russian Pipelines

The Group of Seven leaders, which met in Schloss Elmaus, Germany, agreed to explore a price cap on the Russian oil and pipeline gas to increase pressure on the Russian regime by slashing its revenues while reducing inflationary pressure in the west.

The Netherlands and North Sea (© Shutterstock/Captian.N)
The Netherlands and North Sea (© Shutterstock/Captian.N)

ExxonMobil, Neptune, Rosewood, and EBN Collaborate on L10 Carbon Capture and Storage

Neptune Energy, Rosewood Exploration Ltd, EBN Capital BV, and ExxonMobil subsidiary XTO Netherlands Ltd last week, announced signing a cooperation agreement to progress L10 large-scale offshore carbon capture and storage project in the Dutch North Sea.

Flag of Turkey (© Shutterstock/Pavlo Lys)
Flag of Turkey (© Shutterstock/Pavlo Lys)

Turkey Lays the first Pipes to Begin Pumping Black Sea Gas in Q1 of 2023

Turkey has laid the first pipes for the undersea pipeline network to transport onshore natural gas from the Black Sea to help slash the country’s dependence on energy imports. The pipelaying exercise which took place, which took place on Monday, June 13, via a video link, was witnessed by The Turkish president, Recep Tayyip Erdogan.

Entrance to the University of Stavanger
Entrance to the University of Stavanger

Researchers Run the First Gas Turbine Propelled by Pure Hydrogen

Researchers from the University of Stavanger operate heat and electricity-producing micro gas plant in South-West Norway using the first-ever gas turbines. The gas turbine also supplies hot water for heating the laboratory buildings in the surrounding area.

A pipeline in the Australian Outback (© Shutterstock/Anne Greenwood)
A pipeline in the Australian Outback (© Shutterstock/Anne Greenwood)

Work Started on Northern Goldfields Interconnect Gas Pipeline in the Outback of Australia

The construction of the 580 kilometers pipeline in Western Australia has started. The $460 million worth of pipeline will transport natural gas from the Perth basin to resources projects in the state’s Goldfield.

Tank with the logo of Air Liquide (© Shutterstock/Oliver Hoffmann)
Tank with the logo of Air Liquide (© Shutterstock/Oliver Hoffmann)

Air Liquide Inaugurates its World’s Largest Liquid Hydrogen Production Facility in the US

French gas firm Air Liquide on Tuesday, May 24, commissioned its largest liquid hydrogen facility in North Las Vegas, Nevada.

According to the company, the facility, which cost the firm $250 million, will supply the growing demand for hydrogen mobility in California and nearby states and position Nevada as a leader in hydrogen energy production and supply.