Pipeline Business

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Logo of Siemens Energy (© Siemens Energy)

Siemens Energy Secures a Deal to Deliver an Electrolyzer Plant to the European Energy

Siemens Energy has sealed a deal from Danish developer and green energy operator, European Energy, to deliver an electrolyzer plant for its world’s first high-volume e-methanol production facility project.

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Flags of Poland and Norway (© Shutterstock/Aritra Deb)

Norway-Poland Natural Gas Pipeline to be Operational by November, Says Polish PM

Operations of Norway-Poland gas pipeline construction through Denmark have resumed, and the project is expected to be ready for first shipments by November this year, Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki said in Tuesday’s press conference held in Oslo.

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Flag of the EU (© Shutterstock/ZoranKrstic)

EU Plans to Reduce the Block’s Dependency on Russian Energy

The European Union on Tuesday, March 8, 2020, unveiled new proposals that will enable the bloc to reduce its dependency on Russian gas by two-thirds this year and end it entirely by 2030, in the wake of the ongoing war in Ukraine.

The flag of Russia and Ukraine painted on a concrete wall with soldiers' shadows (© Shutterstock/Tomas Ragina)
The flag of Russia and Ukraine painted on a concrete wall with soldiers' shadows (© Shutterstock/Tomas Ragina)

Missiles Hit Gas Pipeline in Kharkiv and Oil Depot in Kyiv in the Ongoing Wave of Attacks

Russia's military on Sunday, February 27, hit an oil depot in Kyiv, and one of the critical gas pipelines in Kharkiv in a massive explosion took over the usually quiet city south of Kyiv. The Ukrainian government urged its residents to hunker down in homes, subway stations, and underground garages to protect themselves from the smoke following the strike.

Germany and Russia parting ways (© Shutterstock/Kittyfly)
Germany and Russia parting ways (© Shutterstock/Kittyfly)

Germany Bets on LNG, Nuclear, and Coal to Reduce Energy Dependence on Russia

Germany, Europe's largest consumer of Russian natural gas on Sunday, February 27, made a U-turn on the country's long-held energy policies, hinting at a possibility of running coal and nuclear plants for longer than initially planned.

Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) Headquarters in Washington, DC (© Shutterstock/Mark Van Scyoc)
Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) Headquarters in Washington, DC (© Shutterstock/Mark Van Scyoc)

FERC Includes Climate Change Scrutiny to Pipelines Infrastructure

The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC), on February 17, 2022, voted in party-line to start considering the potential effects of gas infrastructure projects on climate change and local communities, especially considering pollution as it weighs whether the project is in the interest of the public or not.

Route of the Trans Adriatic Pipeline (© Trans Adriatic Pipeline AG)
Route of the Trans Adriatic Pipeline (© Trans Adriatic Pipeline AG)

Trans-Adriatic Pipeline (TAP) Ready to Roll To Help Europe

Coming on the heels of Russia's announcement that it is prepared to divert gas supplies from Europe if punitive sanctions are imposed on its economy and leaders, Luca Schieppati, the Managing Director of the 870-km long Trans-Adriatic Pipeline (TAP), said that TAP is ready to expand its capacity one year in advance if needed to meet market demand.

Pipeline contruction side in the Permain Basin (© Shutterstock/G B Hart)
Pipeline contruction side in the Permain Basin (© Shutterstock/G B Hart)

Energy Transfer LP Joins the Race to Build the Next Permian Gas Pipeline

Energy Transfer LP, on Thursday, February 17, joined the race to build the next gas pipeline to transport natural gas from the Permian Basin—the largest shale basin in eastern New Mexico and West Texas, to export hubs located on the Gulf Coast.

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The flags of the USA and Russia on a damaged wall (© Shutterstock/Morrowind)

Russia Ready To Divert Gas Supplies If Required

In the event of war in the Ukraine and the imposition of sanctions on the Russian economy and its leaders by the United States and its NATO allies, et al., Russia would be ready to re-route gas supplies to other markets, Russian Finance Minister Anton Siluanov said this past week.

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Logos of RWE & Neptune Energy (© RWE & Neptune Energy)

German RWE Partners With Neptune Energy to Harness Offshore Wind Using Existing Pipelines

A German firm, RWE, has signed a partnership deal with Neptune Energy to establish a clean hydrogen-based demonstration project targeting an electrolyzer capacity of about 00 to 500 megawatts in the Dutch North Sea, the company said in a statement on Tuesday, February 15 explained.

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Russia-China pipeline (© Adobe Stock/alexmlx)

Power of Siberia 2 Pipeline Puts Ever More Pressure on Europe

Russia has agreed to a 30-year contract to supply gas to China via Power of Siberia 2, a new 2600-km pipeline originating in the Bovanenkovo and Kharasavey gas fields in Yamal,  bolstering an energy alliance with Beijing amid Moscow's strained ties with the West over Ukraine and other issues.

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Logo of Prisma Photonics (© Prisma Photonics)

Prisma Photonics Raises $20 Million from Partners for Critical Infrastructure Monitoring

The Israel-based award-wining deep-tech company,  Prisma Photonic, announced on Wednesday, February 9, 2022, it had raised a whopping $20 million in a Series B round led by venture capital firm Insight Partners, a New York-based global private equity.

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Algeria on the map (© Shutterstock/Naruedom Yaempongsa)

The United States Looks To Algeria As An Alternative To Russian Gas For Europe

With the prospect of war looming over the European continent, the US Government has begun asking Eni, TotalEnergies and other energy companies operating in Algeria to see if more gas can be sourced from the country, sources familiar with the matter said.

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Flag of Azerbaijan (© Shutterstock/Tatohra)

Azerbaijan and European Commission for Energy Reaffirms a Strategic Energy Partnership

Azerbaijan`s Minister of Energy, Parviz Shahbazov, and European Commissioner for Energy, Kadri Simson, have issued a joint press statement reaffirming their commitment to a strategic energy partnership between the European Union and Azerbaijan.

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Carbon capture and underground storage (© Shutterstock/Dmitry Kovalchuk)

Carbon Capture Will Require Construction of a Massive Network of Pipelines

Carbon capture and sequestration pipelines could cause a potential risk to many US communities if carbon capture sequestration technology is widely deployed, Dan Zegart, CIC senior investigator and report author, told the Journal last week.