Pipeline Project Spotlight

Here is a sample of over 400 new, planned, ongoing pipeline construction projects

Owner: East African Crude Oil Pipeline Company
Project: East African Crude Oil Pipeline (EACOP)
Type: TotalEnergies in discussions with a Chinese company after Russian supplier Chelpipe was hit by sanctions.
Length: 902 miles (1,443 km)
Capacity: 200,000 b/d
Start: 2022
Completion: 2025
Owner: National Fuel Gas Supply Corp.
Project: Northern Access Project
Type: FERC approved NFG’s request for a 35-month extension to build the project by end-2024.
Length: 97 miles (155 km)
Capacity: 490 mmcf/d
Start: 2022
Completion: 2024

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Spotlight on Brazil: Government Promotes Five New Gas Pipelines

(P&GJ) — A division of Brazil's Ministry of Energy recently published a document outlining a plan for $4 billion in investments to finance the construction of five gas pipelines focusing on gas flow from the Sergipe-Alagoas basin and gas from the pre-salt field.

FERC Moves Forward on Pipeline Rates, Affiliates

(P&GJ) — The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) recently moved forward with projected policies with gas pipeline implications. But their resolution is a bit up in the air now that former Chairman Richard Glick has left the commission after failing to be reconfirmed by the Senate.

Editor’s Notebook: Getting the CO2 Out

(P&GJ) — Navigator Heartland Greenway has voluntarily withdrawn its application for a certificate of authority to build a 250-mile portion of its CO2 pipeline through a part of western Illinois, but the company said it plans to refile soon.

Say ‘Aloha’ to New Trend of Hydrogen Blending with Hawaii Gas

(P&GJ) — While most of the naphtha is converted to methane, some hydrogen is produced in the steam reformer process, resulting in hydrogen concentrations of up to 10% to 15%. As natural gas utilities around the world look to hydrogen as a potential solution to decarbonization, the decades of experience Hawaii Gas already has with a hydrogen blend provide an insightful study into the performance of equipment using hydrogen blends.

East Africa Pipeline Project Kicks Up Climate Change Controversy

(P&GJ) — Construction of the 896-mile (1,443-km) cross-border East African Crude Oil Pipeline (EACOP) project continues to elicit objections, as well as strong arguments in its favor by the governments of Uganda and Tanzania. The main contentious issues are the possible adverse effects of the project might have climate change, and alleged human rights violations.

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Chad Zamarin

Tulsa-based pipeline operator Williams promoted Chad Zamarin to executive vice president of Corporate Strategic Development.

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Strike Construction, an established full-service provider of pipeline, facilities and energy infrastructure services in North America, announced the appointment of Matt McSorley as its new CEO.

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Corrosion Resistant Alloys announced that it has completed its acquisition of PipeSearch, a digital technology company powering global tubular solutions. 

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Thermoplastic fusion equipment designer and manufacturer McElroy announced the addition of a fourth campus in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma.  

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Texas Pipeline Association Elects New Chairman

Vincent DiCosimo, vice president of Government Affairs at Targa Resources, has been elected chairman of the Texas Pipeline Association (TPA), the largest state trade association in the United States that solely represents the interests of the intrastate pipeline network.

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