South Point Energy Center in Arizona. The US is already on its way to lower emissions. (Calpine) Companies & Finance

Will Paris damage Brand USA?

Will the United States’s withdrawal from the Paris agreement make LNG importers wary of ‘Made in America’? Experts are divided.

By The Wildcat 8 June 2017
Policy & Regulation

Canadian court rules NEB must reconsider Prince Rupert pipeline jurisdiction

Canadian regulator the National Energy Board must reconsider whether the proposed Prince Rupert Gas Transmission pipeline in British Columbia falls under provincial or federal jurisdiction, Canada’s Federal Court of Appeal ruled this week.

21 July 2017
Pipelines, Storage & Power

US gas-for-power demand hits highest level so far this year

Gas-for-power demand in the United States reached its highest daily level so far this year over the past week, the EIA has said.

21 July 2017
Companies & Finance

Canada’s Hydro One buys Avista for $5.3 bln

Toronto-based utility Hydro One has acquired Washington-based gas and power transmission company Avista Corp.

20 July 2017
LNG

Canada could miss out on global LNG opportunities – NEB

Canada will miss opportunities in the global LNG market if its export projects are not completed, the country’s regulator, the National Energy Board, has said.

19 July 2017
LNG

US plans to fast-track LNG export permits – Perry

The United States government is aiming to fast-track LNG export permits, the country’s Energy Secretary Rick Perry said on Tuesday.

19 July 2017
Companies & Finance

Trump nominates FERC chair

United States President Donald Trump has nominated energy lawyer Kevin McIntyre to lead the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission.

17 July 2017
Exploration & Production

North Dakota breaks gas production records in May

Gas production in North Dakota broke an all-time record in May, with an average of 52.5 million cubic metres per day produced.

17 July 2017
LNG

Alaska Kenai LNG plant to be mothballed in autumn

Alaska Kenai, the first US LNG export plant, is to be shut down this autumn, ConocoPhillips has confirmed.

14 July 2017
Exploration & Production

US offers 30 mln hectares in massive offshore auction

The United States Department of the Interior is offering 30.7 million hectares comprising 14,220 unleased blocks in the Gulf of Mexico.

14 July 2017
Supply & Demand

US LNG exports see strong growth in 2017

United States LNG exports will average 53.8 MMcm/d in 2017, up from 14.2 MMcm/d in 2016, according to the EIA.

12 July 2017
Companies & Finance

Apache to complete withdrawal from Canada in three deals

Houston-based Apache has announced it will complete the company’s exit from Canada with the closing of three deals.

10 July 2017
LNG

Trump outlines foundations for Polish LNG supply deal

United States President Donald Trump has attempted to lay the foundations for a long-term LNG supply deal with Poland.

7 July 2017
LNG

Kogas signs MOU for Alaska LNG

State-owned Alaska Gasline Development Corp. has signed a nonbinding memorandum of understanding with South Korea’s Kogas.

7 July 2017
LNG

Japan’s JGC will help build Jordan Cove LNG plant in the US

Japan’s JGC has been selected alongside United States-based companies Kiewit and Black & Veatch to build the Jordan Cove LNG plant in Oregon.

7 July 2017
Policy & Regulation

Alberta could create 24,000 oil and gas jobs – CAPP

The Canadian province of Alberta could create more than 24,000 jobs in the energy sector and increase the value of its economy by nearly $5 billion if it works with the federal government.

6 July 2017
Supply & Demand

Canadian provinces may need LNG and unconventionals to meet future demand

The decline in offshore and onshore gas production in Nova Scotia and New Brunswick will conflict with rising demand in the Canadian provinces over the next 20 years, a CERI study claims.

5 July 2017
Policy & Regulation

FERC down to just one panel member

The five-member panel of the United States Federal Regulatory Energy Commission will be down to one commissioner after one of the last two members leaves this Friday.

4 July 2017
Policy & Regulation

White House sets out policies for ‘energy dominance’

United States President Donald Trump has said he will pursue a programme of "American energy dominance".

4 July 2017
Pipelines, Storage & Power

Enbridge suspends permit application for Access Northeast pipeline

Calgary-based midstream company Enbridge and utility partners Eversource Energy and National Grid have suspended federal permitting for the $3.2 billion Access Northeast pipeline.

3 July 2017
LNG

Woodside and Sempra subsidiaries sign Port Arthur MOU with Kogas

Sempra Energy and Australia’s Woodside Petroleum have signed an MOU with South Korea’s Kogas for development of the proposed Port Arthur LNG project.

30 June 2017

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