Natural gas pipeline news
USDOT announces bipartisan PIPES Act proposal
PIPES Act aims to modernise pipeline leak detection rules, invest in critical American infrastructure, create jobs, and improve safety.
China continues to lead midstream project starts in Asia
China likely to witness start of operations of 89 midstream oil and gas projects from 2023 - 2027, accounting for 22% of total upcoming midstream project starts in Asia by 2027, says GlobalData.
APPEA introduces new Western Australian Director
Leading energy policy strategist is the new voice for Western Australia’s oil and gas industry.
Stonepeak completes acquisition of interest in KAPS
Stonepeak announces successful completion of previously announced transaction to acquire a 50% interest in Canadian NGL pipeline system.
India to lead midstream project starts in Asia
India’s new midstream oil and gas projects to account for 32% of total upcoming midstream project starts in the continent by 2027, says GlobalData.
Russia looks to companies beyond Gazprom to supply gas to China
Russia considers supplying natural gas to China by a pipeline from companies other than Kremlin-controlled Gazprom.
Advanced testing of materials for hydrogen
DNV’s new test chamber can be used to evaluate whether existing pipelines can safely transport hydrogen – either blended with natural gas or in pure form.
Tellurian project receives FERC certificate
FERC issues certificate granting authorisation for Driftwood Pipeline.
DNV grows energy testing capability in the Netherlands
New research centre combines deep industrial expertise with test capabilities to enable the upscale of hydrogen.
Wilde Lake Compressor Station sees gas for the first time
Coastal GasLink’s Wilde Lake Compressor Station, which achieved mechanical completion earlier this year, is officially ready to receive natural gas.