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Enbridge energy logo on the website homepage (© Shutterstock/Casimiro PT)
Enbridge energy logo on the website homepage (© Shutterstock/Casimiro PT)

Multibillion Dollar Pipeline Expansion Project Approved By Enbridge

Enbridge, the international pipeline company based in Calgary, Alberta Canada, has approved the expansion of the southern segment of its British Columbia pipeline system, a project that would cost up to $2.65 billion after strong demand from crude oil producers.

Flag of Norway on military uniform (© Shutterstock/Bumble Dee)
Flag of Norway on military uniform (© Shutterstock/Bumble Dee)

Norway Deploys Armed Forces To Guard Its Vast Gas Pipeline Network

Norway took immediate action after the 26 September discovery of the severely damaged Nord Stream 1 & 2 gas pipelines in the Baltic Sea of the Danish and Swedish coasts to increase pipeline inspections on its 8,800-km pipeline network connecting Norway with continental Europe and Britain.

Russia-China pipeline (© Adobe Stock/alexmlx)
Russia-China pipeline (© Adobe Stock/alexmlx)

Russia Looks To China: Power Of Siberia Pipeline To Come Onstream in December

The Power of Siberia project is a unified gas transmission system (GTS) involving the development of a 4,000km-long gas pipeline to transfer natural gas from the Irkutsk gas production centers in the prolific Eastern Russia to the Far East and China. This week Gazprom announced that the Kovykta gas field, the largest in the region, is expected to come onstream in December.

Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic during a press conference in Brussels, Belgium on Jun. 24, 2022 (© Shutterstock/Alexandros Michailidis)
Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic during a press conference in Brussels, Belgium on Jun. 24, 2022 (© Shutterstock/Alexandros Michailidis)

Going Against The Grain, Serbia Builds 128-km Pipeline For Russian Oil

In a  proposed pipeline project that flies in the face of the conventional European consensus to lessen the continent's dependency on Russian oil after Russian President Putin's war of aggression in Ukraine, Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic announced this month the construction of a 128-km oil pipeline connecting the northern Serbian City of Novi Sad with Hungary.  

(From left) Spanish Prime Minister, Pedro Sanchez (L); French President, Manuel Macron, and Portuguese Prime Minister, Antonio Costa, pose for a photo at the beginning of their meeting in Brussels, Belgium, 20 October 2022. (© IMAGO / Agencia EFE)
(From left) Spanish Prime Minister, Pedro Sanchez (L); French President, Manuel Macron, and Portuguese Prime Minister, Antonio Costa, pose for a photo at the beginning of their meeting in Brussels, Belgium, 20 October 2022. (© IMAGO / Agencia EFE)

MidCat Pipeline To Be Replaced By New Green Energy Corridor

Green hydrogen molecule (© Shutterstock/Corona Borealis Studio)
Green hydrogen molecule (© Shutterstock/Corona Borealis Studio)

Germany Is The Site Of The World's Largest Green Hydrogen Project

Fortescue Future Industries (“FFI”) and Tree Energy Solutions (“TES”), both companies stacked with a very smart and far-seeing team, have agreed to develop the world’s largest green hydrogen integrated project "to help Europe mitigate its current energy and climate crisis and to bring green molecules to Europe," as TES says in a press release.

Flags of Gazprom and Russia flowing in the wind (© Shutterstock/rarrarorro)
Flags of Gazprom and Russia flowing in the wind (© Shutterstock/rarrarorro)

Gazprom Says A Big Section of the Nord Stream Pipelines Need To Be Replaced

Gazprom CEO Alexei Miller said late last week that a big section of the damaged Nord Stream 1 & 2 gas pipelines would need to be replaced.

"Experts say that in order to restore work after such a terrorist act, it is necessary to actually cut off a very large piece of pipe, at a great distance, and in fact build a new section on this section," Miller told a Russian TV station.

Route of Nord Stream 2 (© Shutterstock/MurzilA)
Route of Nord Stream 2 (© Shutterstock/MurzilA)

Danish, Swedish and Norwegian Authorities Continue to Investigate Nord Stream Explosions

Nord Stream AG, the Switzerland-based operator of the severely - damaged Nord Stream 1 & 2 gas pipelines, has been informed by Danish, Swedish and Norwegian authorities that it cannot conduct its own investigation until the official one concludes.