Pipelines, Storage & Power

The Gate LNG terminal in the Netherlands Gas to Power

Green policies mark bright outlook for LNG in Europe

A shift away from coal and nuclear power in Europe could brighten the prospects for future LNG demand in the region.

25 April 2018
Storage

Jiangsu’s Liuzhuang UGS starts injecting gas

China National Petroleum Corp.’s Liuzhuang underground gas storage depot in Jiangsu province began gas injections on 18 April.

25 April 2018
Pipelines

Algeria opens gas pipeline to Tamanrasset

Algeria has opened a 530-km gas pipeline to supply the southern city of Tamanrasset with 700,000 cubic metres per day of gas.

25 April 2018
Pipelines

More pipelines from Russia to Europe possible – Medvedev

Europe may need new pipelines to receive Russian gas supplies in the future, including a third Nord Stream pipeline, Gazprom Deputy Chairman Alexander Medvedev has said

25 April 2018
Pipelines

Europe imports more gas to meet demand

European gas imports were up in 2017 as a result of increasing demand in the region.

25 April 2018
Pipelines

SHPGX LNG sales hit record high

LNG sales on the Shanghai Petroleum and Gas Exchange hit 92,940 tons last week after CNOOC sold 90,000 tons on 18 April.

25 April 2018
Storage

Shuangliu UGS has supplied 1.4 bcm since startup

China’s Shuangliu UGS depot has supplied 1.4 bcm of gas since going online in December 2016

24 April 2018
Pipelines

Ordos-Anping-Cangzhou gas pipeline set to start construction

Sinopec is ready to start building the first phase of the Ordos-Anping-Cangzhou gas pipeline.

24 April 2018
Pipelines

Uzbekistan to join TAPI pipeline project

Uzbekistan plans to join the Turkmenistan-Afghanistan-Pakistan-India pipeline project.

24 April 2018
Pipelines

Trans-Med volumes boost pipeline supplies to Europe

Deliveries from Algeria to Italy offset a decline in gas transit to Spain last week, with exports up by 1.8% overall.

24 April 2018
The gas regulator station in Beni Suef, Egypt Pipelines

Gas liberalisation prompts Cairo to look at UGS

As Egypt liberalises its gas sector, grid operator GASCO is seeing a growing need for storage facilities.

23 April 2018
Storage

Russian winter gas withdrawals second-highest on record

Russia withdrew 48.7 bcm of gas from underground storage depots in the 2017/2018 winter, the second-highest volume on record

20 April 2018
Pipelines

Three binding proposals made for Petrobras’s TAG pipeline company

Brazilian state-run giant Petrobras has received three binding proposals for its TAG gas pipeline company.

20 April 2018
Gas to Power

Porto de Sergipe LNG-to-power project reaches financial close in Brazil

Golar Power has reached financial close on the 1.5 GW Porto de Sergipe LNG-to-power project in northeast Brazil.

20 April 2018
Gas to Power

Court orders SSG to boost gas supply to K-Electric

The high court of Pakistan’s Sindh province has ordered SSG to supply 7.8 million cubic metres per day of gas to utility K-Electric

18 April 2018
Pipelines

Qinghai Oilfield provides 3.3 bcm to Gansu, Qinghai and Tibet

PetroChina’s Qinghai Oilfield subsidiary supplied 3.3 billion cubic metres of gas to Gansu, Qinghai and Tibet between mid-November 2017 and mid-April 2018

18 April 2018
Pipelines

Midcat pipeline may not be economically viable – EU report

The planned Midcat gas pipeline between France and Spain is unlikely to be economically viable, according to a new report

18 April 2018
Pipelines

Chinese LNG prices down as demand softens

Ex-works prices at Chinese LNG plants fell by 1.85% last week amid softer demand.

18 April 2018
Pipelines

Gazprom’s non-FSU exports hit nearly 8 bcm in early April

Strong heating-related demand saw Gazprom export 7.9 billion cubic metres of gas to non-FSU countries over the first 15 days of April,

17 April 2018
Pipelines

Spain offsets fall in Italy’s African pipeline gas imports

North African pipeline exports to Europe fell by 0.1% week on week in Week 15, to 634.8 MMcm.

17 April 2018

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