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Husky Energy logo (copyright by Husky Energy)

Husky Energy pipeline shut-in after 900,000 litres of produced water leaks

Calgary-based integrated energy company Husky Energy has been forced to temporarily shut one of its north-western Albertan pipelines in response to a pipeline incident in low-lying wetland some 15 km south-east of Rainbow Lake.

Pipe-laying vessel “Academic Chersky” (copyright by Shutterstock/VladSV)
Pipe-laying vessel “Academic Chersky” (copyright by Shutterstock/VladSV)

The Akademik Cherskiy, A Russian Pipe Laying Vessel, to Complete Nord Stream 2

Over the past year, as pipeline company after pipeline company yielded to the threat of proposed U.S.sanctions on European companies participating in the construction of the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline, Russian President Vladimir Putin was calmly biding his time, saying that if the Europeans pull out his own pipe laying vessel, the Akademik Cherskiy, would enter the

Grane Field Location (copyright by Equinor)
Grane Field Location (copyright by Equinor)

TechnipFMC awarded EPCI contract by Equinor

Norwegian-based oil and gas major Equinor, has awarded British- based engineering services provider TechnipFMC ,with an engineering, procurement, construction and installation contract for the North Sea Breidablikk Pipelay project, located near the existing Grane platform off the coast from Stavanger, west Norway’s capital of oil.

Steel pipes (copyright by Shutterstock/khan3145)
Steel pipes (copyright by Shutterstock/khan3145)

Trans Adriatic Pipeline fills with Azeri gas

This October sees the completion of the filling up of the entire length of the 878-kilometer-long (545.5-mile-long) Trans-Adriatic Pipeline between the Greek/Turkish border and the pipeline receiving terminal at the heel of Italy, reports the project promoter Trans Adriatic Pipeline AG. It has just taken four-and-a-half years since the start of construction to reach this stage.

Spilled oil around the oil pipeline (copyright by Shutterstock / Leonid Ikan)
Spilled oil around the oil pipeline (copyright by Shutterstock / Leonid Ikan)

ONGC Oil Pipeline Springs A Leak in Tamil Nadu in Southern India

The Indian state - run Oil and Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC) transporting crude oil in an underground oil pipeline running through Tiruvarur District of the Tamil Nadu state in southern India, has sprung a leak damaging a large area with samba rice variety preferred by local Tamils

 The logo of Jemena (copyright  by Shutterstock/360b)
The logo of Jemena (copyright by Shutterstock/360b)

Big New Gas Pipeline Project Down Under

Leading Australian energy infrastructure company Jemena is proposing to extend its 797-km Eastern Gas Pipeline (EGP) by approximately 185-km from Horsley Park in Sydney to the Hunter Valley.  It is also planning to change the pipeline so the company can transport more gas to New South Wales and Victoria.

Pipe-laying vessel “Academic Chersky” (copyright by Shutterstock/VladSV)
Pipe-laying vessel “Academic Chersky” (copyright by Shutterstock/VladSV)

Yet Another Critical Move on the Nord Stream 2 Chessboard

The consortium of companies behind the beleaguered Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline, ever so close to end point Lubmin near Greifswald on the Baltic Sea with 160-km of pipeline left to lay, has been informed that the world's top ship insurers would no longer provide cover "for any activity involving or related to the Nord Stream 2 or Turkstream construction projects."  A

Turkmenistan map (copyright by Shutterstock/pavalena)
Turkmenistan map (copyright by Shutterstock/pavalena)

Rumblings that TAPI Will Commence in 2021

Turkmentistan announced over the weekend that it intends to begin construction on a gas pipeline from the Turkmenistan-Afghanistan border to the Herat offtake point in Afghanistan, a fundamental part of the long-awaited Turkmenistan, Afghanistan, Pakistan, India (TAPI) transboundary gas pipeline project.

Sunset on pipeline (Adobe Stock/tomas)
Sunset on pipeline (Adobe Stock/tomas)

When Will Gas Flow Through Bayer's Hazardous Materials' Pipeline?

Opponents of the Bayer company's 67-km pipeline between its Dormagen and Krefeld chemical plants, carrying the highly poisonous and invisible carbon monoxide (CO) gas, have at the Higher Administrative Court in Münster criticized the pipeline approval process conducted in 2009 as including an insufficient number of participants.