Baltic pipeline news
Four leaks discovered in Nord Stream gas pipes
A new leak has been discovered on the Nord Stream 1 and 2 gas pipelines in the Baltic Sea, bringing the total number of ruptures to four.
Sabotage likely in leaking Russian gas pipelines
Any deliberate disruption to the EU's energy infrastructure would meet a "robust and united response".
Nord Stream leaks cause 1 km of gas bubbles
Leaks on Nord Stream pipelines are forming area of natural gas bubbles 1 km in diameter in the Baltic Sea.
Natural gas imports from Russia are halted
Natural gas supplies to Finland under Gasum’s supply contract have been cut off.
NTSB responds to PHMSA’s valve and rupture detection rule
The National Transportation Safety Board has reviewed PHMSA’s new rule for automatic shutoff valve installation and minimum rupture detection standards.
Engineering experts manufacture pioneering flowmeter technology
Pioneering advancements made to Venturi flowmeters.
Watch Mike LaMont’s keynote presentation from Integrity 2021
Integrity 2021 keynote rewind: watch Mike LaMont’s (TRC Companies) presentation from Integrity 2021.
World Pipelines’ Integrity 2021 starts tomorrow
Join over 1300 pipeline professionals on 28 & 29 April 2021 - 14:00 BST for this online conference focusing on oil and gas pipeline integrity management.
Nord Stream 2: impacts of construction in Swedish waters were minor, local and short-term
New knowledge was obtained on higher frequency noise emanating from vessels moving in the Baltic Sea.
Framework agreement announced for Baltic Pipe Project
Nova has secured a major contract for a significant role in the ongoing Baltic Pipe Project operated by Gaz-System S.A.