Onshore pipeline news
GlobalData: Trunk pipelines to dominate midstream project starts to 2027
Trunk pipelines to dominate upcoming midstream project starts in US during 2023 - 2027, finds GlobalData.
Corinth Pipeworks awarded contract for Alexandroupolis FSRU pipeline
Corinth Pipeworks awarded contract by Saipem S.p.A for the development of an offshore and onshore natural gas pipeline by Gastrade.
Pipeline Technique acquires Global Project Services
Pipeline Technique shares that it has acquired Global Project Services (GPS) from Global Energy Group (GEG).
AGA members ready to implement new valve requirements
AGA members stand ready to implement new requirements for automatic and remotely controlled shut-off valves as part of their ongoing commitment to enhancing safety.
PHMSA announces requirements for pipeline shut-off valves
New rule will help improve public safety and reduce greenhouse gas emissions following pipeline failures.
Pantheon Resources plc: Theta West #1 testing update
Pantheon is pleased to provide the following update.
Leading fuel pipelines and terminals operator joins EEMUA
EEMUA has welcomed the British Pipeline Agency as its newest Corporate Member.
ConocoPhillips announces agreement to sell Indonesia assets for US$1.355 billion
ConocoPhillips (NYSE: COP) on 8 December 2021 announced two transactions intended to core up the important Asia-Pacific segment of its diverse global portfolio.
United Energy announces major acquisition update
The company has signed a purchase agreement for a 140 mile natural gas pipeline in Wagoner County, Oklahoma, formerly owned by Red Fork Energy.
Rystad Energy: onshore pipeline project costs set to increase
The costs associated with onshore pipeline projects are likely to increase by between 4% and 6% globally by the end of 2022 against current levels, a Rystad Energy analysis reveals.