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.

By Verity Ratcliffe 17 April 2018
Gas to Power

Time for a gas-powered internet?

Society is wising up to the internet’s power-guzzling nature. Web giants are slowly waking up to potential financial and environmental savings from gas, but it’s unlikely they’ll make the fuel a cornerstone of energy policies.

17 October 2012
Pipelines

CNPC breaks ground on WEP III

China National Petroleum Corp. (CNPC), the country’s largest natural gas producer, started construction of the third West-East Gas Pipeline (WEP III) on Tuesday, the official Xinhua news agency reported the same day.

16 October 2012
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Tamar partners sign $3.5 billion supply contract with Dorad Energy

The Tamar consortium signed a $3.5 billion gas supply contract with independent power producer Dorad Energy on Monday for the sale of 11.2 billion cubic metres of gas. Deliveries under the 16-year contract will start in the second half of 2013 when the Tamar field comes onstream.

15 October 2012
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Low prices help US power sector tick emissions boxes

Gas prices’ impact on coal plant retirements is dwarfing the expected effects of air quality regulations.

15 October 2012
Pipelines

Hungary joining South Stream this month – Gazprom

Hungary will take a final investment decision on its participation in the South Stream project by the end of October, Gazprom chairman Alexei Miller said on Tuesday following a summit in Budapest with Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban.

12 October 2012
Pipelines

Peruvian pipelines to be doled out in 2013

Local press in Peru has reported that gas transmission projects worth $700 million in the country will be awarded in the first half of next year, although Interfax was not able to confirm the news at the time of going to press.

12 October 2012
Pipelines

Petrochina to add third, fourth and fifth trunk line to West-East Gas Pipeline network

PetroChina will push ahead with plans to add a third, fourth and fifth trunk line to the West-East Gas Pipeline network, Chairman Jiang Jiemin said in an interview with the state-run People’s Daily newspaper published on Wednesday.

11 October 2012
Pipelines

Shah Deniz 2 gas may remain mostly in Turkey

Gas deliveries under phase 2 of Azerbaijan’s Shah Deniz project could mostly end up in Turkey, not in the rest of Europe as originally thought, according to delegates at the Gastech conference.

11 October 2012
Pipelines

TANAP project consistent with Azerbaijan's export plans – president

The Trans-Anatolian gas pipeline project (TANAP) is being implemented on the initiative of Azerbaijan, President Ilham Aliyev said on Wednesday at a cabinet meeting focused on the country's socioeconomic development in the first nine months of 2012.

11 October 2012
Pipelines

India scraps Reliance’s pipeline project because of lacking supply

The Indian government has cancelled Reliance Industries’ permits to build four gas pipelines on the eastern coast, a source close to the company confirmed Interfax on Thursday.

11 October 2012
Pipelines

More than just a pipe dream?

The second line of Nord Stream has launched and talk has already begun over the possibility of a third and fourth line. But with the current pipes operating far below capacity, the participants and markets for these are unclear.

10 October 2012
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Argentina squeezes gains from power plants

Argentina will have 420 megawatts of extra gas-fired power capacity in 2014, after the conversion of two gas-fired power plants into combined units.

10 October 2012
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Gas exports from Iraq expected by 2020, if not earlier- IEA

The International Energy Agency (IEA) expects Iraq to start exporting gas to Turkey and Europe by 2020, maybe even earlier if politicians reach a consensus soon on a federal hydrocarbons policy, Maria van der Hoeven, the agency’s head, said at the launch of the Iraq Energy Outlook on Tuesday.

9 October 2012
Pipelines

Nabucco to sign Shah Deniz equity deal this month

The Vienna-based Nabucco consortium expects to close a preliminary equity deal with sponsors of the Shah Deniz project in Azerbaijan by the end of October, Rheinhard Mitschek, the project’s managing director, told reporters following a political summit on Monday.

9 October 2012
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Tokyo Gas set to build additional gas-fired power capacity

Tokyo Gas will expand its generation capacity at its gas-fired Ohgishima power station, the company announced on Tuesday.

9 October 2012
Pipelines

Nord Stream's second branch starts up

Commercial supply of gas through the second branch of the Russian-German Nord Stream pipeline started on Monday.

8 October 2012
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First Gen secures funding for third Philippine gas-fired power plant

First Gen, owner of two operational gas-fired power plants in the Philippines, has secured a $420 million loan which will be used to help fund a third, the company announced on Thursday.

5 October 2012
Pipelines

Chelyabinsk-Astana pipeline to cost more than $1.3 bln

The planned gas pipeline from the Chelyabinsk region of southern Russian to the Kazakh capital Astana will cost more than $1.33 billion to build, Kazakh Prime Minister Serik Akhmetov said on Friday.

5 October 2012
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UK’s dependence on imported gas will grow – Ofgem

Falling coal-fired and nuclear generation capacity is set to increase the UK’s dependence on imported gas, potentially exposing the country to higher prices, according to regulator Ofgem’s electricity capacity assessment, released on Friday.

5 October 2012
Pipelines

Blast halts Shah Deniz supply to Turkey - BP

BP has halted supplies of gas to Turkey from its giant Shah Deniz field in Azerbaijan because of an explosion on a Turkish section of the South Caucasus Pipeline.

4 October 2012

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