Pipelines, Storage & Power

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Kiev targets new gas sources with TBP reverse flow

Ukraine’s transmission system operator has launched a plan for reverse flows along the Trans-Balkan Pipeline, but the scheme faces many difficulties.

6 April 2018
Pipelines

Pertamina admits its pipeline is source of East Kalimantan oil spill

Indonesia’s Pertamina has admitted that one of its pipelines is the source of the oil spill in Balikpapan, East Kalimantan.

5 April 2018
Storage

Hyundai to build Dangote LPG reservoirs

Hyundai Heavy Industries has signed a $58 million deal to install 15 LPG reservoirs in Nigeria

5 April 2018
Pipelines

Snam and Gazprom discuss new gas routes to Europe

Snam CEO Marco Alverà met Gazprom's Alexei Miller in Moscow to discuss potential cooperation in creating new routes for gas imports into Europe.

5 April 2018
Pipelines

TAP technicians attacked in Italy

Two technicians working for TAP AG, the developer of the Trans-Adriatic Pipeline, were attacked on Wednesday

5 April 2018
Pipelines

Pakistan’s gas sector attracts attention of IOCs

Pakistan has more LNG terminals planned than it needs, while its major gas pipelines are making slow progress.

5 April 2018
Pipelines

Trans-Korean pipeline still possible – minister

A thaw in relations between North and South Korea has revived the possibility of building a gas pipeline linking the two countries to Russia

4 April 2018
Pipelines

CNPC begins work on boosting Guangzhou-Nanning pipeline capacity

CNPC has started construction on a compression station in Wuzhou along the Guangzhou-Nanning spur of the second West-East Pipeline

4 April 2018
Pipelines

Gazprom will continue to transit gas via Ukraine – Miller

Gazprom Chief Executive Alexei Miller said in a TV interview on Tuesday that the Russian major will continue to transit gas via Ukraine.

4 April 2018
Pipelines

Europe sees increase in gas demand and imports

European gas imports increased by 10% in 2017 as a result of rising demand and falling domestic production.

4 April 2018
Pipelines

Turkmen subsidiary of CNPC supplies almost 6 bcm during winter

China National Petroleum Corp.’s Amu Darya River Gas Co. subsidiary in Turkmenistan has supplied 5.9 billion cubic metres of gas to China since 15 November

3 April 2018
Pipelines

Nigerian exports to Ghana remain weak

Nigeria’s exports to Ghana via the West African Gas Pipeline remain under half their contracted amount

3 April 2018
Pipelines

African pipeline exports to Europe down on all routes

Exports of pipeline gas from North Africa to Europe fell by 8.1% in Week 13 as deliveries declined via all connections.

3 April 2018
Gas to Power

Egypt’s EEHC secures loan to support Upper Egypt Electricity Production Co.

EEHC has secured a $90 million multi-currency loan from five local banks that it will use to perform maintenance on power plants held by UEEPC.

29 March 2018
Gas to Power

Chubu Electric plant has world’s most efficient CCGT

Chubu Electric’s Nishi-Nagoya power plant is the world’s most efficient combined-cycle gas turbine plant.

29 March 2018
Gas to Power

Trinidad utility owes National Gas Co. $900 mln

Trinidad and Tobago Electricity Commission owes around $900 million to the country’s National Gas Co.

29 March 2018
Gas to Power

Mozambique combined-cycle power station switches on first turbine

EDM has activated the first of two gas turbines at the Sumitomo-constructed Maputo combined-cycle power station.

29 March 2018
Pipelines

UK-Belgium transmission volumes up 20%

Gas transit between Belgium and the UK increased by 20% in 2017 compared with 2016.

29 March 2018
Gas to Power

GE aims to bring new Pakistani power plant onstream before summer

GE Power expects to carry out performance testing at the 1.2 GW Haveli Bahadur Shah power plant in Pakistan in April, with the aim of bringing the plant onstream before the summer

28 March 2018
The Baumgarten gas hub in Austria Pipelines

Progress continues on BRUA despite concerns

The 4.4 bcm/y Bulgaria-Romania-Hungary-Austria gas pipeline is making progress, but doubts are mounting over its economic rationale.

28 March 2018

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