A public hearing on the revised EU Gas Directive in ITRE. Pipelines

EU debate on gas pipeline directive heats up

The debate on whether to extend the EU Gas Directive to cover pipelines coming from third countries such as Russia has intensified.

By Andreas Walstad 23 February 2018
Pipelines

Argentina’s summer imports are 100% Bolivian

Argentina does not appear to have imported an LNG cargo since October 2017 – and has ramped up imports of cheap Bolivian gas.

12 February 2018
Gas to Power

UK capacity market sets clearing price

The UK’s T-4 capacity auction for delivery in 2021/2022 concluded on Thursday.

9 February 2018
Pipelines

Nord Stream will start construction this year – Warnig

Construction work on the Nord Stream 2 pipeline will start this year, project developer Nord Stream 2 AG said on Thursday.

9 February 2018
Pipelines

Chinese gas imports ease after record December

China imported 7.77 mt of pipeline gas and LNG in January 2018, down from a record 7.87 mt in December 2017.

9 February 2018
Pipelines

PNP launches open season on Texas to Mexico gas deliveries

PNP has launched an open season on its pipeline from the US to Mexico.

9 February 2018
An LNG carrier at Balhaf. Pipelines

Secessionists’ rise presents new challenges in Yemen

Moves by Yemen’s southern secessionists pose a further threat to the country’s gas and LNG infrastrucure.

9 February 2018
Gas to Power

YPF reaches deal on power generation stake sale

Argentina’s state-owned giant YPF has reached a deal to sell a 24.99% stake in its power generation unit to GE.

8 February 2018
Pipelines

Mexican fuel thieves drilling 28 pipeline taps per day

Thieves in Mexico drilled 10,363 illegal taps into state-owned pipelines in 2017 – an average of about 28 illegal taps every day

8 February 2018
Pipelines

Algeria brings new pipeline online

Algeria has started pumping gas through a new pipeline to take output from the Reggane North, Touat and Timimoun fields.

8 February 2018
Pipelines

Gazprom increases Turkish Stream budget to $7 bln

Gazprom has increased its estimated budget for the Turkish Stream pipeline from $6 billion to $7 billion.

8 February 2018
Pipelines

Ineos restarts Forties pipeline after shutdown

UK chemical giant Ineos has restarted the Forties Pipeline System after a feed-control valve closed at the Kinneil facility on Wednesday.

8 February 2018
The Brigg gas-fired power station. Storage

Gas faces competition from low-tech energy storage

Gas will face challenges from energy storage technologies as it seeks to provide a backup for renewables over the coming years.

8 February 2018
Gas to Power

Midway Resources to build gas-fired plant in Lamu

Midway Resources International has announced its interest in building a 50-200 MW gas-fired plant on Lamu island in Kenya.

7 February 2018
Storage

PetroChina storage depots supplying 84 MMcm/d

PetroChina’s 10 underground gas storage depots are supplying a total of 84 million cubic metres per day

7 February 2018
Storage

Ukraine has enough gas in storage for winter – Naftogaz

Ukraine has 12.2 billion cubic metres of gas in its storage facilities, 2.4 bcm more than at the same time last year.

7 February 2018
Pipelines

Strong demand drives Chinese gas prices

Reduced supplies from Central Asia and strong heating demand pushed China’s average ex-plant LNG price up last week.

7 February 2018
Gas to Power

Dominican Republic to launch gas purchase tender in mid-2018

The Dominican Republic will launch a gas-purchase tender from the middle of 2018.

6 February 2018
Pipelines

PetroChina targets 58 bcm of West-East Pipeline sales in 2018

PetroChina’s West-East Pipeline subsidiary is targeting 58 billion cubic metres of gas sales this year.

6 February 2018
Pipelines

African piped gas exports to Europe up on all lines

North African pipeline exports to Europe rose by 5.7% week on week in Week 5, as deliveries through all pipelines linking the continents increased.

6 February 2018
The port of Tema in Ghana. Pipelines

Ghana’s LNG plans looking increasingly fraught

A new report suggests Ghana may have missed out on its chance to secure cheap supplies of LNG.

5 February 2018

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