Gas pipelines

Polish watchdog to appeal after court overturns Gazprom fine – Reuters

Lawsuits against Gazprom and five other companies (Engie Energy, Uniper, OMV, Shell and Wintershall) were launched in May 2018. Maxim Shipenkov/PAP/EPA Poland’s Office for Competition and Consumer Protection (UOKiK) has announced it will appeal a Polish court ruling overturning fines imposed on Russian natural gas giant Gazprom and five companies …

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North American natural gas can help alleviate the energy crisis

North America’s abundant natural gas resources can meet three challenges facing the global energy industry today, including tackling high prices, energy security by exporting gas to Europe , reducing reliance on Russian gas, and third, replacing high-emitting forms of energy to help drive the decarbonization effort forward. Building more pipelines …

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Why Washington needs a friendlier approach to major gas producers

In September, a bipartisan group of United States officials called on the United States Secretary of State to impose sanctions on the People’s Democratic Republic of Algeria, saying a $7 billion arms deal with the Russia was violating the Countering American Adversaries Through Sanctions Act of 2017 (CAATSA).The group’s action …

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CORENERGY INFRASTRUCTURE TRUST, INC. MANAGEMENT REPORT AND ANALYSIS OF FINANCIAL POSITION AND OPERATING RESULTS (Form 10-Q)

The following discussion should be read in conjunction with the unaudited consolidated financial statements and notes thereto included in this Report on Form 10-Q ("Report") of CorEnergy Infrastructure, Inc. ("the Company," "CorEnergy," "we," "our" or "us"). The forward-looking statements included in this discussion and elsewhere in this Report involve risks …

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Gas prices set to rise in Pakistan

ISLAMABAD: Gas utilities Sui Northern Gas Pipelines Limited (SNGPL) and Sui Southern Gas Company (SSGC) have demanded a massive increase in gas prices, ARY News reported on Tuesday. According to the details, the gas companies have filed a petition with the Oil and Gas Regulatory Authority (OGRA), asking for a …

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Gas pipeline works hit roadblock in Mysuru

By Prakash VL The delay in the payment of fees by a company that digs roads to lay pipes is slowing down the project The pipeline operates in Mysore sparked a political battle within the BJP. BJP MP Pratap Simha was opposed to the locals Nagendra MP and the two …

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The United States faces a costly energy crisis this winter

This opinion column was submitted by Terry Jarrett, an attorney and energy consultant who has served on both the board of the National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners and the Missouri Public Service Commission. Americans know that inflation has hit hard. Food prices alone have risen by 10% this year. …

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Russia faces ‘serious consequences’ if Putin uses nukes in Ukraine, UK FM warns

British Foreign Secretary James Cleverly on Monday warned Russia of “serious consequences” if President Vladimir Putin chooses to use nuclear weapons in Ukraine. Cleverly warned that the leader of the Russian Federation was “exerting revenge” on civilians in Ukraine. He went on to say that Russia resorts to turning to …

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Russia says British forces blew up Nord Stream; UK denies allegation | Russo-Ukrainian War

British naval ‘specialists’ sabotaged critical gas pipelines last month, according to the Russian Defense Ministry, but the UK says Moscow is ‘making up stories’. Last month, British navy personnel planted explosives and blew up Nord Stream gas pipelines, the Russian Defense Ministry said, a claim London has dismissed as false …

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‘Support Green Activists’: Coalition slams Tanya Plibersek’s defense of $9.8m budget funding for climate groups

The Coalition stepped up its attack on Labour’s funding of environmental groups after Tanya Plibersek said the money would help “poor farmers”. The Albanian government’s first budget on Tuesday night revealed that Labor would give nearly $10 million over four years to restore funding to the Environmental Defenders Office (EDO) …

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Taming oil thieves with app tracker, pipeline monitoring – The Sun Nigeria

By Adewale Sanyaolu Whether Modest progress in recent weeks against the crude-stealing monsters in the Niger Delta holds, Nigeria’s oil production figures and revenues currently below a million barrels a day could resume a rebound. Industry watchers who believe the oil thieves sabotaging the country’s economic fortunes are human, have …

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U.S. FERC Says Winter Natural Gas Prices Will Be Higher Than Past Years

Oct 20 (Reuters) – Natural gas prices at major U.S. commercial hubs for the coming winter are expected to remain higher than in recent years, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) said on Thursday. Even if domestic gas production grows faster than domestic demand, “forecasts predict that continued growth in …

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Russian LNG sales to EU jump 50% as Moscow cuts pipeline flows

The EU has increased its purchases of Russian LNG this year, as Moscow drastically cuts pipeline gas supplies. Russian LNG imports totaled 15 billion cubic meters through September, up 50% from last year. Europe is scrambling to replace reduced pipeline flows with LNG purchases, which has allowed Moscow to extract …

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NNPC and security agencies discover another illegal pipeline used to steal crude oil – The Whistler Newspaper

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News from Russia: Nikolay Petrunin, Putin loyalist and former energy industry executive, dies mysteriously

A senior energy industry executive died in suspicious circumstances after Russia invaded Ukraine. Millionaire Nikolay Petrunin, 46, dubbed Russia’s ‘gas whiz’, entered politics after a career building gas pipelines in Siberia, The sun reported. A deputy of pro-Russian President Vladimir Putin was in a coma for a month and had …

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Germany struggles to adapt to a new era – POLITICO

Ivo Daalder, former US ambassador to NATO, is chairman of the Chicago Council on Global Affairs and host of the weekly “World Review with Ivo Daalder” podcast. Russia’s invasion of Ukraine created a deep identity crisis in Germany. The first shots of the war effectively shattered Berlin’s longstanding security, energy …

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Did Macron just accuse Biden of blowing up Nord Stream pipelines

Europe’s top leader, French President Emmanuel Macron, has suggested the EU begin a coordinated effort to ensure the safety of undersea gas pipelines. The proposal was made after Nord Stream pipelines experienced a fourth gas leak following severe pressure drops late last month. Macron said the European Union must come …

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Nord Stream investigation reveals evidence of explosions, Swedish police say

Swedish security service says ‘gross sabotage’ indicated Investigation shows detonations on Nord Stream 1 and 2 pipelines Russia says it was not asked to participate in investigation HELSINKI/STOCKHOLM, Oct 6 (Reuters) – A crime scene investigation of the Nord Stream 1 and 2 gas pipelines linking Russia with Europe found …

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Russia could disrupt Nord Stream leak probe

One of the favorite plot twists in any murder mystery playbook is when the detective turns out to be the murderer. This old scenario may be playing out in the Baltic Sea right now. The explosions in the Nord Stream 1 and Nord Stream 2 pipelines last Monday were serious …

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Italy steps up surveillance of gas pipelines after Nord Stream leaks

ROME, Sept 30 (Reuters) – Outgoing Prime Minister Mario Draghi’s government has tightened naval surveillance and controls on pipelines bringing gas to Italy from the south and east, two senior officials told Reuters. The move comes after leaks were discovered on Nord Stream pipelines this week. EU states say they …

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Canada adds to alarming rise in global pipeline construction

While a new report is expected to reveal a massive increase in pipeline construction around the world, an analyst says Canada is running counter to public opinion and broader international trends by making the problem worse. The global construction of the pipeline, documented by Global Energy Monitor (GEM) in an …

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Telehandler Market to Record Further Growth of $1.73 Billion – Construction Segment to Generate Maximum Revenue

NEW YORK, September 23, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The global telehandler market is fragmentary in nature. The market is highly competitive and is dominated by vendors such as JC Bamford Excavators, Manitou and Oshkosh. Most of the major vendors in the market are headquartered in Europe. Established vendors focus on increasing …

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La Plata County to Host Oil and Gas Land Use Code Workshops – The Durango Herald

Presentations will educate residents on state rules while soliciting feedback for local revisions La Plata County will host two workshops next week detailing the process of rewriting Chapter 90 of the land use code while receiving feedback from community members. (Durango Herald file) La Plata County will host two topic-based …

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Fund targets transition for large industrial polluters

Hundreds of billions of dollars will be needed for heavy industries – such as steel, cement and chemicals – if they are to swap fossil fuels for clean energy and help the world avoid catastrophic climate change. And providing that funding is the goal of a one-of-a-kind fund from Canadian …

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Dear John Kerry, African oil belongs to Africa. So shut the F**K UP

Africa has started to understand the importance of self-sufficiency following the global protectionism caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. Moreover, the crisis caused by Europe’s overwhelming dependence on Russian energy has only served to motivate African nations to begin shifting their allegiances away from the West. The conditions are in place …

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Armenia and Azerbaijan clash again as foreign peace efforts intensify

Join now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register Armenia and Azerbaijan blame each other for fighting Deadliest violence since 2020 Armenia says 105 of its soldiers were killed in two days Russia and the United States are making diplomatic efforts TBILISI, Sept 14 (Reuters) – Fresh clashes erupted between …

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Will Xcel Energy’s plan for natural gas leave Colorado customers on the hook? State regulators decide.

Regulators are considering Xcel Energy’s proposed natural gas price hike of $188.6 million. Critics say it will be too heavy a burden on taxpayers. In this file photo from 2010, workers are installing a section of gas pipeline in Burgdorf. Craig F. Walker Archive/Denver Post As state regulators review Xcel …

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Sustainability of a Renewed Nigeria: European Union Energy Trade Relations

The recent visit of the European Union (EU) Energy Platform Task Force to the Nigerian Minister of State for Petroleum Resources, Timipre Sylva, is a development that should be of interest and concern to policy makers in Nigeria and around the world. EU. For Nigeria, it is the prospect of …

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Capturing emissions | Pipelines of the world

This emissions recovery system exceeds expectations for pipeline depressurization, says Adam Murray, vice president of performance products, WeldFit, USA. Like many other pipeline operations, when a midstream operator in the central plains of North America had to make updates and tie-ins to a newly acquired 136-mile section of 16-inch gas …

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UGI Invests in New Renewable Natural Gas Project in Upstate New York

By NAP Staff September 7, 2022 See profile IGU Corp. announced on September 6 that Cayuga RNG has reached an agreement to develop its fourth renewable natural gas (RNG) production project in upstate New York. Cayuga RNG is a joint venture between UGI Energy Services LLC (UGIES), a subsidiary of …

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95% of the production of Nigeria’s main oil hub is stolen

For decades, the illicit oil and gas market has plagued the energy industry. Around the world, rising energy and oil prices have led to an increase in fuel smuggling. Just a few years ago, fuel smuggling from Colombia to Venezuela across the porous border became rampant, reversing decades of cheap …

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Oil workers plan sector shutdown

Nigeria’s major oil and gas industry unions are organizing a major national action to protest the exponential theft of oil in the country. LEADERSHIP can exclusively report that major mobilization towards this action is at an advanced stage following their resolve to expose those behind the crime. Escalating oil theft …

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The Eastern Mediterranean unties the Gordian knot of Europe’s energy dependence

Eager to show some political achievements at the postponed second Russia-Africa summit in mid-June 2023, the Russians are rushing to lay the first concrete for the second unit of the El Dabaa nuclear power plant in the Arab Republic of Egypt. Russia has signed on to build nuclear power plants …

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APA eyes more solar farms, but faces climate crisis over gas plan expansion

Publicly listed gas infrastructure company and power producer APA Group has – in just a few hours of presentations to analysts – highlighted the impossible dilemma facing the Australian gas industry: how to do well for the future. while his own research shows his current strategy is stuffed if the …

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Ukrainian Naftogaz backs Scholz bid for Canadian LNG ahead of trip

Shortly before his two-day trip to Canada, German Chancellor Olaf Scholz received support for his interest in Canadian liquid natural gas to help replace Russian gas imports from an unexpected ally: Ukraine’s state-owned gas company Naftogaz. Kyiv is at odds with Berlin over its gas import policy: first over its …

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Biden’s new climate law is about to meet a fierce enemy

FILE – President Joe Biden in the East Room of the White House, Aug. 10, 2022, in Washington. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci) “It’s not true that we have to undermine our environmental protections in order to develop green energy,” said Mahyar Sorour, deputy legislative director of Beyond Dirty Fuels at the …

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Bulls Parade Beyond $9 As Production Dips Again; Detect gas surges on persistent heat

After a solid rally throughout Monday’s session, natural gas futures extended their streak on Tuesday as maintenance activity further weighed on production. The September Nymex gas futures contract climbed 60.1 cents day/day to settle at $9.329/MMBtu. October futures rose 59.9 cents to $9.311. In short : Northeast leads production declines …

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Energy provisions in the Inflation Reduction Act

U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) poses with lawmakers after inflation signing … [+] Reduction Act after the House of Representatives voted 220-207 to pass it at the US Capitol in Washington, DC on August 12, 2022. – US lawmakers passed the sweeping climate, tax and healthcare plan on August …

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Where the EU gets its natural gas

Russia has fueled the energy crisis in Europe by reducing the capacity of the Nord Stream 1 gas pipeline by 20% But the continent also receives gas supplies from Azerbaijan, North Africa and the North Sea. Many countries also import gas by ship, which passes through liquefied natural gas ports. …

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APA begins work on the WORM gas pipeline project

APA begins work on the WORM gas pipeline project Australian energy infrastructure company APA began work on the Western Outer Ring Main (WORM) gas transmission project on August 2 which will transport greater volumes of gas to Victoria’s Iona underground storage facility for use during peak demand. “Once completed, the …

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Pipeline Transportation Market to Reach USD 26.74 Billion by 2026, Growing at a CAGR of 9.7%

Reports and data Market size – USD 12.65 billion in 2018, market growth – CAGR of 9.7%, market trends – low operating costs and environmentally friendly. NEW YORK CITY, NEW YORK, USA, Aug. 3, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — The global pipeline transportation market is expected to reach USD 26.74 billion by …

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Democrats reach agreement on budget bill with package of oil and gas provisions

The senses. Joe Manchin (DW.Va.) and Chuck Schumer (DN.Y.), along with several other Democrats, reached an agreement July 27 on a “budget reconciliation bill” with far-reaching provisions for oil and gas companies that be costly, but also aim to keep development opportunities available on federal lands. If the bill becomes …

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Behind schedule Mountain Valley Pipeline wants permit extension / Public News Service

Developers of a more than 300-mile gas pipeline that would cross North Carolina, Virginia and West Virginia are seeking a permit extension until fall 2026 to complete its main line. The permit is due to expire in October. Ridge Graham, North Carolina field coordinator for Appalachian Voices, said the proposal …

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Two-Day Conference: Fundamentals of the U.S. Natural Gas Industry Today – Houston, USA – September 20-21, 2022 – ResearchAndMarkets.com

DUBLIN–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Fundamentals of Today’s US Natural Gas Industry training has been added to from ResearchAndMarkets.com offer. This comprehensive and clearly explained program is aimed at professionals who seek to understand today’s North American natural gas industry and who want to be ready to make intelligent and prudent trading and buying …

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Congress explores the possibility of moving hydrogen through existing gas pipelines

WASHINGTON — Congress is considering whether the nation’s existing gas pipeline system should be used to move hydrogen, allowing its use as a transportation fuel. In a Senate hearing this week, lawmakers questioned energy industry officials about the feasibility of blending hydrogen and natural gas and whether the government needs …

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US pipeline companies eye natural gas infrastructure for growth

The headquarters of U.S. energy exporter and pipeline operator Kinder Morgan Inc. is seen in Houston, Texas, U.S. September 27, 2020. REUTERS/Gary McWilliams/File Photo Join now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register NEW YORK, July 20 (Reuters) – U.S. midstream companies have set their sights on gas pipelines and …

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How a Conservative American Network Undermined Indigenous Energy Rights in Canada | Environment

A US-based libertarian coalition has spent years lobbying the Canadian government to limit the extent to which indigenous communities can push back energy development on their own lands, newly revised strategy documents reveal. The Atlas Network has partnered with an Ottawa-based think tank – the Macdonald-Laurier Institute (MLI) – which …

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Vancouver’s inability to build housing is impacting Kelowna, Poilievre says – Kelowna News

Photo: The Canadian Press Pierre Poilievre The likely next leader of the federal Conservative Party crossed the Okanagan on Friday. Pierre Poilievre, who garners around 50% of the Conservative polls, met with party loyalists, local MPs and business leaders before leaving for Vancouver. Poilievre took a few minutes Friday to …

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Ethanol blending in fuel crucial for energy security: minister

Union Minister Rameswar Teli said increasing the blend of ethanol in fuel was key for the country’s energy security as it would help reduce the import of fuels. Teli said oil and natural gas exploration will soon start in Meghalaya and other northeastern states, adding that the Union government …

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How Europe became so dependent on Putin for its gas

Comment this story Comment Russian gas attracted Europe because it was easy to transport and almost always available. Its importance has increased in recent years as some countries have decided to end coal and nuclear power generation and production from their own gas fields has declined. Russia’s state-controlled Gazprom supplied …

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Beware of exaggerated ‘benefits’ of carbon pipelines

Silvia Secchi is a professor in the Department of Geographic Sciences and Sustainability at the University of Iowa. One of the companies proposing pipelines in Iowa to sequester CO2 from ethanol production commissioned a report from a private firm, Ernst & Young, that grossly overestimates the economic benefits of the …

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Power outages are back. Was it inevitable?

Bangladesh has 100% electricity coverage and over 50% excess generation capacity. Yet ordinary people are losing their sleep over daily power outages, as total electricity generation lags behind peak demand. On July 3, the country resorted to 1,500 MW of load shedding when a cut of 1,273 MW was planned. …

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Gas: NLNG and stakeholders reveal how they plan to boost Nigeria’s gas supply

Nigeria’s liquefied natural gas company, NLNG, said it plans to boost Nigeria’s gas production by looking at supply, then infrastructure, as well as the business or economic framework needed to approach pipeline construction, through the ongoing NLNG train. 7 project. This is in addition to the gas to power initiative …

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Honeywell International, Pure Technologies, PSI AG, Yokogawa Electric, Siemens – Designer Women

The latest competent intelligence report released by WMR with the title “An increase in demand and opportunities for the global oil and gas pipeline theft detection market 2022“Provides a sorted picture of Oil & Gas Pipeline Theft Detection industry by analyzing the research and information collected from various sources that …

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Tax Breaks, Trans Athletes, More: Tennessee Laws Take Effect | Tennessee News

By KIMBERLEE KRUESI and JONATHAN MATTISE, Associated Press NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — As Tennesseans prepare to enjoy fireworks and barbecues over the long weekend, a long list of new state laws affecting transgender athletes, whose books may be in school libraries , homeless camps and harsh criminal penalties will go …

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Policy makers and individuals can act to mitigate potential health risks from natural gas

Every day, millions of Americans depend on natural gas to power appliances such as ranges, furnaces and water heaters, but until now there has been very little data on the chemical makeup of the gas once it is used. it reaches consumers. Natural gas used in homes in the Greater …

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Funding remains Nigeria’s main constraint in the oil and gas sector – Sylva

Nigeria’s Minister of State for Petroleum, Chief Timipre Sylva, said financing remains the main constraint to unlocking the potential of Nigeria’s oil and gas sector. The Minister revealed this during the African Energy Chamber (AEC) Roundtable in Johannesburg, South Africa this weekend. According to him, Nigeria, like most oil-producing countries …

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The repair of the Russian pipeline worries Europe

When Russia shuts off gas through the Nord Stream 1 pipeline for maintenance in July, Europe begins to fear it won’t turn it back on. This week, Russia cut gas flows to Europe to 40% of pipeline capacity, blaming delays in repairing equipment and leaving Germany and other European states …

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Global Natural Gas Pipeline Transportation Market 2022 Industry Outlook – ABB, GE Oil & Gas, Saipem, Technip – Journal l’Action Régionale

MarketsandResearch.biz published a revised version Global gas pipeline transportation market from 2022 to 2028 research that provides critical and up-to-date information on developing engines, trend setting and outlook. Natural gas pipeline transportation provides important information for the years 2022-2028 as a result of extensive expert research. Over the projected period, …

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Azerbaijan becomes one of Europe’s main energy suppliers

BAKU, Azerbaijan, June 21. The growing role and opportunities of Azerbaijan, which successfully hosts important events, the participants of which discuss global issues, in particular in the field of European energy security, are internationally recognized. The IX Baku World Forum on “Challenges to the World Order”, held under the auspices …

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Expert Panel, Energy News, ET EnergyWorld

New Delhi: A government-appointed panel has suggested that India has sufficient potential to produce hydrogen from domestic coal and the country should strongly pursue this option. This is gaining prominence following Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s announcement of the hydrogen mission on India’s 75th Independence Day. Hydrogen is a clean fuel …

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Energy leaders at transition conference still betting on fossil fuels

NEW YORK, June 14 (Reuters) – At a global transition conference, energy company executives insisted on Tuesday that fossil fuels, particularly natural gas, are still needed at a time when markets are struggling with tight energy supplies and skyrocketing prices. Oil and gas supplies have become tight in many countries …

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ENAGAS SA/ADR (OTCMKTS:ENGGY) notes a significant increase in short-term interest

ENAGAS SA/ADR (OTCMKTS: ENGGY – Get Rating) was the target of a significant increase in short interest in May. As of May 31, there was short interest totaling 10,300 shares, an increase of 232.3% from the May 15 total of 3,100 shares. Based on an average daily volume of 38,100 …

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Oil import bill rises 96% in current fiscal year – Latest News – The Nation

Percentage contribution of thermal energy, hydel power decreases in the national energy mix Islamabad – The country’s oil import bill jumped 96% to $17.03 billion in the July-April fiscal year 2022, from $8.69 billion in the same period of the year last. The percentage contribution of thermal power and hydropower …

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Stocks fall on rupiah and fiscal worries

KARACHI: A range-bound trading session took place on the Pakistan Stock Exchange on Tuesday due to further devaluation of the rupee against the dollar as well as growing investor concerns over new taxes in the upcoming budget, a report said. declared Arif Habib Ltd. The government is expected to set …

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New financial conditions, same climate calculation | Reviews | Eco-Enterprise

In its latest assessment, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change has offered a comprehensive overview of what it will take to keep global warming below 1.5° Celsius, compared to pre-industrial levels, according to to the 2015 Paris climate agreement. The bottom line is simple: greenhouse gas emissions must peak by …

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TC Energy (TSE:TRP) Earns “Hold” Rating from US Capital Advisors

TC Energy (TSE:TRP – Get a Rating) (NYSE:TRP)‘s stock had its “hold” rating restated by US Capital Advisors equity research analysts in a note to investors released Wednesday, Zacks.com reports. Several other stock analysts have also recently released reports on the company. Wells Fargo & Company cut its price target …

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EPA moves to empower states and tribes to potentially block gas pipelines and coal terminals

The pipeline used to transport crude oil is shown at Enbridge Energy’s terminal in Superior, Wisconsin, June 29, 2018. (AP Photo/Jim Mone, File) The Environmental Protection Agency said on Thursday it would seek to return powers to states to oppose gas pipelines, coal terminals and other projects that threaten lakes, …

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G7 unveils controversial ‘hydrogen action pact’ to tackle climate crisis and Russia’s dependence on gas

The Group of Seven (G7) industrialized economies have launched a new hydrogen pact to accelerate the development of blue and green hydrogen and hydrogen2 derivatives such as ammonia, in the hope that they can play a role in tackling the ongoing climate crisis and the energy crisis exacerbated by Russia’s …

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TC Energy Corporation – Consensus indicates 2.8% upside potential

TC Energy Corporation with ticker code (TRP) now have 9 analysts covering the stock with the consensus suggesting a ‘Hold’ rating. The range between the target price high and the target price low lies between 73.08 and 41.05 and has an average objective at 58.7. Now, with the previous closing …

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Meriden officials hope to expand food waste diversion program

MERIDEN — The city recently ended a four-month co-collection program to divert food waste from state landfills and asked to expand it to 2,300 additional homes. About 1,000 households in Meriden were the first in the state to participate in a food waste co-collection program in hopes of demonstrating how …

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The Metropolitan Council of the capital is outraged by the natural gas crisis

PESHAWAR: The Capital Metropolitan Council witnessed a lively discussion on the natural gas crisis in Peshawar on Wednesday with calls from members to raise the issue with affected wards. Members expressed their grave concern over the lack of Sui gas supply in most areas of the provincial capital when speaking …

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Iran-Oman gas pipeline project requires lifting of US sanctions

Iran’s official IRNA news agency reported that during Oil Minister Javad Owji’s visit to Oman, the two countries agreed to relaunch an offshore gas pipeline project. Neither Oman’s oil ministry nor the Omani media confirmed the deal after Saturday’s meeting. Iran and Oman signed a memorandum of understanding in 2003 …

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Forget LPG, Get Cheaper Piped Gas in TN by Year End – The New Indian Express

Express press service CHENNAI: As the price of a cylinder of cooking gas tops Rs 1,000 across Tamil Nadu, households in East Tambaram, Sholinganallur, Karapakkam, Semmencherry, West Tambaram and Perungudi may soon be able to switch to relatively cheaper natural gas connections. While the 24/7 supply of piped gas will …

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Armis Launches Critical Infrastructure Protection Program

Armis announced the Critical Infrastructure Protection Program (CIPP) to help organizations supplying systemically important entities such as power, water, seaports and wastewater identify and fortify assets in need of urgent safety improvements. Under this new program, critical infrastructure providers in the United States and NATO-aligned countries will have free access …

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Why Rattler Midstream Stock Jumped Today

What happened Shares of Rattler in the middle of the current (RTLR 14.16%) jumped 14% on Monday after the midstream oil and gas company agreed to be acquired by Diamondback Energy (CROC -1.60%). So what Diamondback created Rattler Midstream in 2018 to house its energy-focused infrastructure assets. The Partnership owns …

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Five points: is talk of a recession justified? Follow the data

Breadcrumb Links PMN technology PMN Company Author of the article: Content of the article (Refiles to change number on last theme to 5 of 4. No other changes to text) A deluge of data from major economies comes at a pivotal moment in the debate over whether central banks are …

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Growth in natural gas production in the United States will exceed demand this summer: NGSA

Strong points Summer-to-summer daily production growth forecast at 3.6 Bcf/d Future production growth of 1 Bcf/d above demand growth U.S. natural gas production will increase significantly this summer compared to the summer of 2021, outpacing increases in demand, according to the Natural Gas Supply Association’s 2022 summer outlook. Not registered? …

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Voluntary Natural Gas Pricing Policy Receives Updates from FERC

Related practices and jurisdictions On April 21, 2022, the Federal Energy Regulatory Committee (FERC) revised its guidance regarding voluntary reporting of natural gas transaction prices by market participants to price index developers (e.g., NGI, S&P, OPIS, Argus, ICIS and others). Specifically, FERC issued a Revised Policy Statement (RPS) amending the …

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Tennessee passes bill that protects oil and gas industry : NPR

MICHEL MARTIN, HOST: As cities across the country pursue their climate change goals, some states are passing laws to protect the oil and gas industry. The Tennessee Legislature just approved a bill that prevents local governments from banning fossil fuel projects or even regulating pipeline safety. Caroline Eggers of member …

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Europe Is About to Ban Russian Oil: What Happens Next?

Russia’s decades-long dominance of the European energy market is crumbling, and the biggest blow is expected this week as the European Union moves towards a ban on Russian oil. Wednesday, European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen has proposed a complete ban on Russian oil imports with a phase-out of …

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Federal Regulators Nix Pipeline’s ‘Climate Friendly’ Gas Plan

US energy regulators have decided not to approve a definition of climate-friendly natural gas, rejecting a Kinder Morgan the subsidiary’s unique proposition to ship and market responsibly sourced gas along its 11,760-mile pipeline. The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission on Friday rejected a proposal by Tennessee Gas Pipeline Co., a unit …

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Egyptian officials: Militants blow up gas pipeline in Sinai

Egyptian security officials said suspected Islamic State militants blew up a gas pipeline in the restive northern part of the Sinai Peninsula on Saturday, causing a fire but no casualties. By ASHRAF SWEILAM Associated Press April 30, 2022, 10:35 p.m. • 2 minute read Share on FacebookShare on TwitterEmail this …

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Gas Pipeline Transportation Market Business Challenges and Critical Success Factors – themobility.club

In the recently released report, Market Reports provided a unique insight into the global market Gas pipeline transport market for the forecast period (2022-2031). The report has covered the important aspects which are contributing to the growth of the global market Gas pipeline transport market. The main objective of this …

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Europe denounces ‘blackmail’ as Russia cuts off gas to Poland and Bulgaria

Russian gas covers 40% of Europe’s gas needs Moscow calls sanctions an act of ‘economic warfare’ Poland and Bulgaria accuse Gazprom of breaking contracts EU says companies can pay without breaching EU sanctions The gas crisis fuels concerns about the general economic impact SOFIA/WARSAW, April 27 (Reuters) – Russia’s Gazprom …

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TVA seeks to replace its largest coal-fired power plant with cleaner natural gas production

America’s largest utility is looking to replace its largest coal-fired power plant with more energy-efficient and cleaner natural gas generation to meet the electricity needs of more than 1.1 million homes in Tennessee and Kentucky . The Tennessee Valley Authority released a draft environmental report on Monday that recommended the …

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Big greenhouse gas state takes biggest climate action yet

HARRISBURG, Pa. — More than two years after starting work on it, Governor Tom Wolf is set to sign into law the centerpiece of his climate change plan, making Pennsylvania the first major fossil fuel state to adopt a carbon pricing policy – but that could be a short-lived victory. …

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Capito, EPW Republicans call USACE for political review of NWP 12

WASHINGTON DC — U.S. Sen. Shelley Moore Capito (RW.Va.), a ranking member of the Senate Environment and Public Works (EPW) Committee, today led her Republican colleagues on the committee in a letter to the Assistant Secretary of the Army for Civil Works Michael Connor expressing strong opposition to the United …

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NOSDRA confirms the leak and deplores the impact of the oil theft on the environment and the economy

April 17 (THEWILL) – The National Oil Spill Detection and Response Agency (NOSDRA) on Sunday confirmed an oil leak from a 12-inch Benisede-Brass Creek delivery line at Peretuorugbene in Bayelsa. The incident at the pipeline operated by Shell Petroleum Development Company of Nigeria (SPDC) was investigated by NOSDRA. The Spill …

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Saudi Arabia seeks to position NEOM as a leader in hydrogen

At the first-ever conference dedicated exclusively to decarbonized hydrogen in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA), attendees thoroughly explored the technical and financial complexities of initiating major projects. They covered projects announced by various consortia around the world, all in the early development stage. An exception appeared in the …

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GOP energy promises face limits in Pennsylvania governor’s race

HARRISBURG, Pa. — Republican Bill McSwain pledges to be a pro-energy governor by “turning on the natural gas tap.” Another hopeful, Dave White, says he wants Pennsylvania “to be the energy capital of the world.” A third candidate, Lou Barletta, says having a glut of natural gas in the ground …

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Fed law enforcement warns Russian hackers could target critical infrastructure in Wyoming

***For all things Wyoming, sign up for our daily newsletter*** By Jennifer Kocher, Cowboy State Daily Federal law enforcement officials warn that Russian hackers are targeting refineries, pipelines, power grids and other critical energy infrastructure in the United States, including in Wyoming. However, historically, the weather has posed a greater …

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Spotlight on Global Pipelines with OneBridge Solutions

World Pipelines Editor Elizabeth Corner speaks with Colin Scott, OneBridge Solutions, about compiling health data. In this featured session, we review OneBridge Solutions’ recent article for World Pipelines, “The Snowball Effect of Integrity Data Compilation,” written by Colin Scott. The article is published in the March 2022 issue of World …

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Germany depends on Russian gas, oil and coal: here’s why

Last year, Russia supplied more than half of the natural gas and about a third of all the oil that Germany burned to heat homes, fuel factories and fuel cars, buses and trucks. About half of Germany’s coal imports, essential for its steelmaking, came from Russia. Russian gas, oil and …

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Discover the Vermeer D220X500 S3 Versatile Horizontal Directional Drill

Customizable solution for large diameter trenchless installation projects In a fluctuating oil and gas pipeline construction industry, many contractors are looking to diversify the sectors they serve. Today’s industry sees tremendous growth opportunities in reinforcing electrical transmission lines; installing renewable energy; and replacing/expanding water supply, sewer, natural gas and carbon …

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In a David vs. Goliath battle between NGOs and a pipeline company, Goliath loses

David Sligh, Conservation Director at Wild Virginia Will Kerner Logistics accounts for 7.4% of US GDP. Pipeline transport represents only half a percentage point of this total of 7.4%. Proponents of pipelines argue that when pipelines are properly built and maintained they have fewer carbon emissions associated with transporting natural …

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India to lead transmission pipeline projects in Asia until 2026

Sudarshini Ennelli, Oil and Gas Analyst at GlobalData, comments, “India is striving to develop robust transmission pipeline infrastructure for greater oil and gas transportation to meet the ever-increasing demand for energy. The Kandla-Gorakhpur product pipeline is one of the key projects with a length of 2809 km and a cost …

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MPCL starts gas supply from Goru-B reservoir in Ghotki

Mari Petroleum Company Limited (MPCL) on Monday announced the start of the first gas supply from the Tipu compartment of the “Goru-B” reservoir located in Ghotki district of Sindh province. According to MPCL, initially approximately 20 mmscfd of pipeline grade gas will be supplied to Sui Northern Gas Pipelines Limited …

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