Pipeline

San Mateo Midstream Announces Binding Open Season

A subsidiary of San Mateo Midstream has announced a binding open season to gauge interest for a proposed expansion project.

U.S. Senators Take Aim at German Port Over Russia Pipeline

Three U.S. Senators have threatened to impose sanctions on those involved in providing supplies to Russia's Nord Stream 2 pipeline project out of a small German port.

U.S. Department of Interior Approves Issuance of Permits for Alaska LNG Pipeline

The U.S. Department of the Interior has announced its decision to approve the issuance of rights-of-way permits for the Alaska LNG Pipeline Project.

TC Energy Announces $400 Million ANR Pipeline Enhancement Project

TC Energy has announced it will proceed with enhancements to its ANR natural gas pipeline transmission system.

Equitrans Confirms Early 2021 Startup for Mountain Valley Natural Gas Pipeline

Equitrans Midstream confirmed on Tuesday that the company plans to start up its Mountain Valley natural gas pipeline by early 2021.

Petroperu Resumes Pipeline Operations After Coronavirus-Related Halt

Peru's state-run energy firm Petroperu has restarted pipeline operations after being halted due to concerns over the coronavirus.

MPLX Sees $100 Million Earnings Hit if Bakken Oil Pipelines Shut

MPLX, the midstream branch of energy firm Marathon, announced it could begin losing $100 million a year if closures of two North Dakota pipelines were to take effect.

Poland Fines Gazprom $57 Million Over Nord Stream 2

Gazprom has been fined nearly $60 million by Polish energy regulators for failing to cooperate with requests regarding the Nord Stream 2 pipeline.

Brazil's Petrobras Forges Ahead with Midstream, Downstream Divestments

Speaking to investors on Friday, executives at Petrobras, Brazil's state-run oil firm, said the company is moving forward with the IPO of its gas pipeline assets and expects to conclude a deal for its RLAM refinery in the near future.

Dominion Takes $2.8 Billion Charge to Exit Atlantic Coast Project

Dominion Energy announced on Friday the company took a nearly $3 billion charge in the second quarter due to the cancellation of its Atlantic Coast natural gas pipeline.

U.S. Keen to Ensure Russian Pipeline Does not Threaten Europe — Pompeo

The U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo told lawmakers on Thursday that the U.S. will do everything it can to ensure Russia's Nord Stream 2 natural gas pipeline does not pose a security threat to Europe.

Trump Allows Keystone Pipeline to Ship More Canadian Oil After Expansion Stalls

President Donald Trump has issued a presidential permit to allow TC Energy's Keystone oil pipeline to ship nearly 30% more Canadian crude as the company's' proposed expansion of the pipeline has again been stalled by legal hurdles.

Enbridge Sees Improving Mainline Oil Volumes

Canadian pipeline operator Enbridge on Wednesday posted a quarterly profit slightly higher than analysts' estimates and said it sees volumes growing across the Mainline, North America's biggest oil pipeline network.

Pipeline Doubts put Bakken Shale Reboot on Hold

North Dakota oil producers face new pressures to delay bringing back more of their recently curbed output after a U.S. court ruling this month put in jeopardy the pipeline that transports most of the region's oil, executives and analysts said.

Work Completed on World’s Longest Hydraulically Inserted Pipe

The world's longest hydraulically inserted pipe has been installed nearly 100 feet below the Humber River in Northern England.

Pipeline Rupture Halts Gas Flows from Bulgaria to Greece

Gas flows on a pipeline in southern Bulgaria which transports Russian natural gas to Greece were halted on Monday due to a rupture in the pipeline.

Nord Stream Returns to Operations After Maintenance

Gazprom has returned its Nord Stream natural gas pipeline, which carries gas across the floor of the Baltic Sea from Russia to Germany, to service after performing routine maintenance on the line.

PipeChina to Take on $56 Billion of Pipelines to Boost Network Access

China is taking major steps to consolidate its midstream oil and gas sector with the newly formed state-owned PipeChina taking on more than $55 billion in assets.

Enbridge Contractor Vessels May Have Bumped Pipeline Support

Enbridge has reported the findings of its investigation into minor damage of its Line 5 pipeline that occurred last month revealing the possibility that a vessel operated by one of the company's contractors may have been responsible.

PetroChina to Sell Major Pipeline Assets to PipeChina for $38 Billion

China's state-owned oil firm PetroChina has announced it is selling its oil and gas pipelines and storage facilities to the country's new midstream company China Oil and Gas Pipeline Network (PipeChina) for nearly $40 billion.

Zurich Insurance Drops Coverage for Trans Mountain Oil Pipeline

Insurance company Zurich has declined to renew its coverage of the Trans Mountain oil pipeline.

Delayed Romanian Black Sea Gas Projects Pose Risk to Pipeline

Romania is looking to finalize plans to build a pipeline through Eastern Europe but delayed plans to extract gas from the Black Sea leave the project in doubt.

Petrobras Sells Remaining Stake in TAG to Engie Brasil, CDPQ

Petrobras, Brazil's state-owned oil company, has agreed to sell its remaining stake in natural gas pipeline company TAG Engie Brasil and Canadian investment fund Caisse de Depot et Placement du Quebec (CDPQ).

Williams Receives Approval for Mid-Atlantic Pipeline Expansion

The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission has approved capacity expansion on William's Leidy South natural gas pipeline.

Snam and Baker Hughes Test First Hydrogen Hybrid Turbine for Gas Transportation

Snam and Baker Hughes have announced the successful completion of testing for a new "hybrid" turbine that will allow pipelines to carry hydrogen along with natural gas.

Israel Approves Pipeline Deal to Sell Gas to Europe

Israel has approved an agreement with European countries to build the Eastmed pipeline to supply gas to Europe from the eastern Mediterranean.

Michigan Asks Enbridge to Pledge Funds in Case of Oil Spill

Michigan officials have asked Enbridge to set aside nearly $2 billion to cover the costs should a spill occur in the portion of its Line 5 oil pipeline which runs under the Straits of Mackinac.

Czech Gas Firm Scales Back Poland, Austria Interconnector Plans

Net4Gas, a Czech gas pipeline operator, has scaled back and delayed plans to build new pipeline connections with Poland and Austria according to the company's new investment plan.

U.S. Extends Sanctions on Companies for Work on Russian Pipelines

U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo announced on Wednesday that the country will be extending sanctions against companies working on two major Russian pipelines if the firms do not halt their work.

Total Seeks Buyers for Stake in North Sea Gas Pipeline — Sources

According to industry sources, French major Total is looking to sell it's 27.5% stake in the Shearwater Elgin Area Line (SEAL) natural gas pipeline.