ESPO Pipeline Expansion Nears Completion, Asia-Pacific Counts for a Third of Russian Oil Shipments
Russia is about to complete a fresh expansion of its oil pipelines to the Pacific coast that will cement its role as a top Asian supplier and allow it to ship a third of its total oil exports to Asia-Pacific markets.
Nigerian Pipeline Shut Due to Sabotage
Nigeria's Nembe Creek oil trunk pipeline has been shut down due to sabotage, a spokesman for the operator Aiteo said on Tuesday.
TurkStream 2nd String to Cross Bulgaria, Serbia, Hungary
The second leg of the TurkStream gas pipeline is planned to go through Bulgaria, Serbia and Hungary, Russian Energy Minister Alexander Novak said, as Moscow prepares to phase out gas transit to Europe via Ukraine.
Germany Makes Legal Changes to Ease Nord Stream 2 Completion
Germany's parliament on Wednesday approved changes to the law governing the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline to make it compliant with European Union regulations, removing a hurdle to completion of the Russia-led project.
United Piping Dealing with Unplanned Pipeline Outages
In this Executive Q&A, Joel Bailer, vice president of Construction at Duluth, Minn.-based United Piping Inc, reflects on his career and discusses management of unplanned pipeline outages.
BP Midstream Partners Considers Expanding Mars Oil Pipeline
BP Midstream Partners LP is considering expanding its Mars crude oil pipeline to accommodate new volumes from offshore oil fields, Chief Financial Officer Craig Coburn said on Tuesday.
New York Governor Threatens to Revoke National Grid License
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo has given gas utility company National Grid 14 days to supply gas to over 1,100 customers or he will revoke the company’s license to operate.
U.S. Development Agency to Finance Mexico Natural Gas Pipeline
The new U.S. International Development Finance Corporation (DFC) is investing more than $600 million in a natural gas pipeline in southern Mexico.
New Gas Pipelines Adding Capacity from U.S. South Central, Northeast
The United States is expected to add between 16 billion cubic feet per day (Bcf/d) and 17 Bcf/d of natural gas pipeline capacity in 2019, most of which was built to provide additional takeaway capacity out of supply basins.
Saipem Wins $100 Million Equatorial Guinea Pipeline Contract
Italy's Saipem has won a $100 million contract to build a 43-mile subsea pipeline in Equatorial Guinea.