Gas pipelines

U.S. gas exports to Mexico near record highs for temperatures and capacity gains

Strong points Cross-border flows approach record 7 Bcf / d in April Modeled energy use in Mexico hits record 4.6 Bcf / d U.S. gas exports to Mexico could reach record levels over the next two weeks, fueled by rising temperatures south of the border and recent capacity additions on …

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Trans Mountain ordered to halt pipeline expansion to protect hummingbird nests

The Canadian government has ordered Trans Mountain Corp to halt work on a section of its oil pipeline expansion project in Burnaby, B.C., for four months to protect hummingbird nests, a door said on Monday. word of the government. The $ 12.6 billion (US $ 10.17 billion) Trans Mountain (TMX) …

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Canada’s Trans Mountain Orders Stop Oil Line Expansion To Protect Hummingbird Nests

CALGARY, Alta. (Reuters) – The Canadian government has ordered Trans Mountain Corp to halt work on a section of its oil pipeline expansion project in Burnaby, B.C., for four months to protect hummingbird nests a government spokeswoman said on Monday. The C $ 12.6 billion ($ 10.17 billion) Trans Mountain …

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NextDecade, Project Canary launches GHG measurement, the certification framework

NextDecade Corp. and Project Canary have formed a joint pilot project for independent third party monitoring, reporting and measurement and certification of the greenhouse gas (GHG) intensity of liquefied natural gas (LNG) for sale from NextDecade’s Rio Grande LNG export facility in the Port of Brownsville, Texas. Project Canary is …

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Fuel of the future? Inside the UK’s first hydrogen-powered homes | UK News

The UK is testing how hydrogen can be delivered to homes via the existing gas network at a leading research site visited by Sky News. But engineers say the role of hydrogen in efforts to cut emissions and fight climate change is still unclear and depends on the government’s commitment …

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Neptune Energy produces natural gas from the Merakes project in Indonesia

04/26/2021 Neptune Energy announced that the operator, Eni, said production has started from its Merakes development in the East Sepinggan block off Indonesia. Jangkrik floating production unit The Merakes development consists of five subsea wells, linked to the Jangkrik Floating Production Unit (FPU). The gas is collected at the subsea …

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Taliban raise nearly $ 1 billion through control of Afghan businesses – Middle East

Taliban Raise Nearly $ 1 Billion Through Control Of Afghan Businesses Running a business in Afghanistan has one unwritten rule: pay the Taliban. Abdul Ahad Wahidi learned this the hard way when insurgents blew up a pipeline last year that supplies the country’s only fertilizer plant after its operator refused …

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AltaGas sells non-core natural gas transportation and storage assets in the United States for $ 344 million

CALGARY – The shares of AltaGas Ltd. are on the rise after announcing the sale of its transportation and storage operations in the United States for $ 344 million in order to better focus on its core energy infrastructure business and pay down debt. AltaGas announced the agreement to sell …

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Putin vows to join climate action, but Moscow targets still low

The Kremlin. Credit: uuseesti.ee Speaking at an international summit convened by the White House last week, President Vladimir Putin pledged that his country, the world’s fourth-largest emitter, is determined to meet its obligations to fight climate change. Putin’s appearance at the virtual rally via video link marked a rare moment …

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Aramco suspects sale of stake in gas pipelines

LONDON / DUBAI / CAIRO (April 26): Saudi Aramco is considering selling a stake in its extensive pipeline network to help free up money and attract more international investors to the kingdom, sources familiar with folder. The state-owned power producer is holding preliminary discussions on the potential move, people said, …

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