Infrastructure

India Plans $4.95 Billion Natural Gas Pipeline Network for Kashmir, Northeast Region

India expects investment of about $4.95 billion from companies to build natural gas pipeline infrastructure in its northeastern states and northern federal territories of Kashmir and Ladakh, a minister said on Monday.

Exxon to Complete Beaumont, Texas, Hydrocracker Overhaul by End of March, Sources Say

Exxon Mobil Corp. plans to finish an overhaul of the hydrocracker at its 619,024 barrel-per-day Beaumont, Texas refinery by the end of March, said people familiar with plant operations on Monday.

SCF Partners Acquires Flowchem, Val-Tex, and Sealweld, Leaders in Midstream Solutions

SCF Partners Inc. has acquired the Pipeline and Industrial Materials business from Entegris Inc., a leading supplier of advanced materials and process solutions for the semiconductor and other high-technology industries.

Sypris Awarded Contract for Gorgon Project's Carbon Capture and Storage Systems

Sypris Technologies, Inc., a subsidiary of Sypris Solutions Inc., has recently received an award to supply specialty high-pressure closures for use in the Gorgon Project to support the optimization of the existing carbon capture and storage facilities.

Valero Joins Summit's Carbon Capture Project, Extending Pipeline to 57 Ethanol Plants

Valero Energy is joining Iowa-based Summit Carbon Solutions' proposed carbon capture and storage project, which involves a pipeline spanning more than 2,000 miles across Iowa, North Dakota, South Dakota, Nebraska, and Minnesota.

Tellurian CEO Octavio Simoes' Term Not Extended, Company Eyes Asset Sale

LNG developer Tellurian said on Monday it would not renew or extend the employment term of CEO Octavio Simoes beyond June 5, and aims to sell its upstream business, sending its shares up as much as 3% before the bell.

TC Energy to Sell 295-Mile Portland Natural Gas Transmission System for $1.14 Billion

TC Energy said on Monday it has agreed to sell its Portland Natural Gas Transmission System to BlackRock and Morgan Stanley Infrastructure Partners for $1.14 billion.

Philippines' Top Energy Firms Collaborate on $3.3 Billion LNG Facility Project

Three top Philippine energy firms have partnered for the first time to form a large-scale integrated LNG facility, the companies said on Sunday, in a deal two of them valued at $3.3 billion.

MEG Energy Confirms Trans Mountain Pipeline Expansion to Begin Line Fill in April

Oil producer MEG Energy said on Friday that line fill on Canada's long-delayed Trans Mountain oil pipeline expansion would start from April.

Low U.S. Natural Gas Prices Pose Challenges for Tellurian Asset Sale Plans

Low U.S. natural gas prices will hurt Tellurian Inc's ability to sell Louisiana gas producing properties in order to pay off enough debt to salvage its LNG export project, analysts said.

New Fortress Energy Launches Barcarena LNG Terminal in Brazil

New Fortress Energy Inc. has announced the operational status of its 6 MTPA Barcarena LNG terminal in Pará, Brazil, with the Energos Celsius Floating Storage Regasification Unit now in operation on-site.

Egypt Inks $40 Billion Deals for Green Hydrogen Projects

Egypt has signed seven memoranda of understanding with international developers in the fields of green hydrogen and renewable energy in the Suez Canal Economic Zone that could lead to total investment worth around $40 billion over 10 years, a cabinet statement said on Wednesday.

Iqony Plans Three Hydrogen-Ready Gas Plants in Germany

German firm Iqony plans to build gas-fired plants at three existing sites, a company spokesperson said on Thursday, becoming the latest firm to seek a slice of the government's planned tender for 10 gigawatts (GW) of new capacity.

Snam Enters Exclusive Talks to Acquire Edison's Gas Storage Assets in Italy

Energy group Edison said on Monday it started exclusive talks with gas grid operator Snam over the sale of its natural gas storage assets in Italy.

BP Urges U.S. Regulators to Deny Venture Global's Permit Extension Request

BP Plc on Tuesday urged U.S. regulators to refuse Venture Global LNG's request for an extension of time to build its Calcasieu Pass export plant.

Pipeline Firm ONEOK Posts Higher Fourth-Quarter Profit on Strong Volumes

ONEOK, which has about 50,000-mile long network of pipelines, said its Rocky Mountain region natural gas liquids (NGL) raw feed throughput volumes rose by 20%, compared to last year.

Germany Plans to Expand Carbon Capture and Storage, Including Sub-Seabed Transport

Germany will change its carbon dioxide storage law to allow carbon capture and off-shore storage for certain industrial sectors as Europe's biggest economy aims to become carbon neutral by 2045, Economy Minister Robert Habeck said on Monday.

Denmark Ends Probe Into 'Deliberate' Nord Stream Pipeline Blasts

Denmark has dropped its investigation into the explosions in 2022 on the Nord Stream pipelines carrying Russian gas to Germany, police said on Monday, becoming the second nation to do so after Sweden closed its own inquiry.

Exxon, EnLink Midstream to Expand CCS Pipeline Transportation Along Gulf Coast

ExxonMobil and EnLink Midstream are exploring opportunities for EnLink to support ExxonMobil's carbon capture and sequestration (CCS) efforts beyond the southeast Louisiana Mississippi River Corridor into several additional Gulf Coast areas.

Scotland's Finnart Pipeline Repairs Projected to Continue Through April

Repair work on the Finnart pipeline that supplies Scotland's only refinery will take longer than expected to complete, five industry sources told Reuters, in the latest in a series of setbacks this year.

TotalEnergies Texas Refinery Operating at Minimal Rates Amid Upsets

TotalEnergies' 238,000-barrel-per-day refinery in Port Arthur, Texas, is operating at minimal production as it contends with multiple upsets, sources said on Wednesday.

CenterPoint Energy to Sell 12,000-Mile Pipeline Network in Louisiana, Mississippi for $1.2 Billion

CenterPoint Energy said on Tuesday it would sell its natural gas assets in Louisiana and Mississippi for $1.2 billion to Bernhard Capital Partners, as the electric and gas utility plans to focus on its regulated business.

Occidental Considers $18 Billion Sale of Western Midstream, Sources Say

Occidental Petroleum is exploring a sale of Western Midstream Partners, a U.S. natural gas-focused pipeline operator that has a market value of more than $18 billion, including debt, according to people familiar with the matter.

China's CNOOC Receives Approval for Second LNG Berth at Yancheng Port

Chinese state-owned CNOOC has received government approval to build a second berth at its LNG receiving terminal in Yancheng in eastern Jiangsu province, according to a statement from the Shanghai Petroleum and Natural Gas Exchange on Tuesday.

Equitrans Delays Mountain Valley Natural Gas Pipeline Again, Increases Projected Cost

U.S. energy firm Equitrans Midstream has delayed the estimated completion of its Mountain Valley natural gas pipeline from West Virginia to Virginia to the second quarter from the first quarter due in part to adverse weather in January.

U.S. Regulators Approve Mexico Pacific LNG's Saguaro Connector Pipeline

U.S. energy regulators on Thursday approved a cross-border pipeline that would export about 2.8 billion cubic feet per day of natural gas from Texas to Mexico Pacific's Saguaro LNG export plant on Mexico's west coast.

Tellurian Secures Three-Year Permit Extension for Driftwood LNG Plant Construction

Cash-strapped Tellurian Inc. on Thursday won a three-year permit extension to complete construction of its Driftwood LNG export plant, a boost for the long-delayed liquefied natural gas project.

Spotlight on Mexico: Sierra Madre Pipeline Signals Nation’s Future

Mexico’s state of Chihuahua and the U.S. company Mexico Pacific have signed an agreement to construct the Sierra Madre Gas Pipeline (STGN). The pipeline will extend 155 miles (250 km) from the Waha Basin in Texas to the border at Chihuahua, then 497 miles (800 km) to Puerto Libertad in Sonora.

Venture Global LNG Presses Regulators to Approve CP2 LNG Project

U.S. liquefied natural gas (LNG) developer Venture Global LNG on Thursday asked federal regulators to approve construction of its controversial Calcasieu Pass 2 export plant at their meeting next month.

Spotlight on Bakken: Gas Expansions Offer Alternative to Permian Constraints

Fueled primarily by U.S. production growth concentrated around the oil-generating geology of North Dakota, the Williston Basin’s midstream footprint has expanded according to the region’s evolving needs.