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Poland and Norway flag together (copyright by Shutterstock/Aritra Deb)
Poland and Norway flag together (copyright by Shutterstock/Aritra Deb)

Construction on Baltic Gas Pipeline to Start

Polish President Andrzej Duda heralded the beginning of a 900-km major gas pipeline from Norwegian waters of the North Sea of Norway, through Denmark, to landfall at Niechorze-Pogorzelica in Poland.  Duda proclaimed the Baltic Pipeline would be a "milestone" in giving Poland independence from Russian gas.

Enbridge Energy Headquarter (Copyright by Shutterstock/ JHVEPhoto)
Enbridge Energy Headquarter (Copyright by Shutterstock/ JHVEPhoto)

Texas Eastern Transmission Gas Pipeline Ruptures for a Second Time

Enbridge's accident-prone 30 inch diameter Texas Eastern Transmission Gas Pipeline, running 14,218-km from Texas and the Gulf Coast to the densely populated northeast of the United States, exploded on a hillside in eastern Kentucky.  Enbridge said that it has shut-in a section of the pipeline and secured the area.

Enbridge aims to build a pipeline under Lake Huron and Lake Michigan (JaySi - Shutterstock)
Enbridge aims to build a pipeline under Lake Huron and Lake Michigan (JaySi - Shutterstock)

Enbridge Aims to Build a Pipeline Under Lake Huron and Lake Michigan

Enbridge, the Canadian pipeline company, is interested in building a 6.4-km long tunnel beneath the Straits of Mackinac, the Michigan waterway that connects Lake Huron and Lake Michigan -- an ecologically sensitive area and popular tourist destination -- constituting two of the Great Lakes. The company had applied last Wednesday for state and federal authorization

Baltic Pipeline: Gaz-System Preparing Land in Denmark and Poland (Ververidis Vasilis / Shutterstock)
Baltic Pipeline: Gaz-System Preparing Land in Denmark and Poland (Ververidis Vasilis / Shutterstock)

Baltic Pipeline: Gaz-System Preparing Land in Denmark and Poland

Soon roads within the investment site in Denmark will be relocated. The contractor will reconstruct the layout of two local roads running withing the landing site of the Baltic Pipe in Denmark. One of them will become an access road to the construction site.

Construction on the Coastal GasLink Pipeline Picks Up  (Puffin's Pictures / Shutterstock)
Construction on the Coastal GasLink Pipeline Picks Up (Puffin's Pictures / Shutterstock)

Construction on the Coastal GasLink Pipeline Picks Up

The Pipeline Technology Journal has been following the development of negotiations between the Wet'suwet'en indigenous chieftains and the Canadian government on the construction of the 670-km Coastal Gaslink Pipeline and last week work resumed after a long hiatus, suggesting some kind of modus vivendi had been reached.

The Atlantic Coast Pipeline Expected to Receive a Green Light to the Finish Line (Copyright by Atlantic Coast Pipeline)
The Atlantic Coast Pipeline Expected to Receive a Green Light to the Finish Line (Copyright by Atlantic Coast Pipeline)

The Atlantic Coast Pipeline Expected to Receive a Green Light to the Finish Line

Last week the conservative majority of the U.S. Supreme Court seemed to favor the notion that the federal government had authority to grant a right of way for the proposed $7.5 billion Atlantic Coast Pipeline to cross under the Appalachian Trail in rural Virginia.

Pipe line and valves (faucets) with national flags of Russia and China (copyright by Shutterstock/Aksabir)
Pipe line and valves (faucets) with national flags of Russia and China (copyright by Shutterstock/Aksabir)

Gazprom Delivers 840 Million Cubic Meters Of Natural Gas To China

The 3,000-km “Power of Siberia” pipeline supplied China with 840 million cubic meters of natural gas since it launched in December last year. This amount is equal to 10 million cubic meters a day.

Chinese Pipeliners Resume Work in the Midst of the Corona Virus Pandemic (Copyright: alexmlx / Adobe Stock)
Chinese Pipeliners Resume Work in the Midst of the Corona Virus Pandemic (Copyright: alexmlx / Adobe Stock)

Chinese Pipeliners Resume Work in the Midst of the Corona Virus Pandemic

Construction on the gargantuan, transboundary East Route gas pipeline, with a 3000-km section in Russia and a 5,111-km part in China, has picked up again after the Corona virus last week ground work to a halt, as with much of China: In the middle section of the project more than 70 workers with 16 sets of mechanical equipment began building after their body tempera

The Growing Costs of the Coastal GasLink Pipeline in Canada (Copyright: Valmedia / Adobe Stock)
The Growing Costs of the Coastal GasLink Pipeline in Canada (Copyright: Valmedia / Adobe Stock)

The Growing Costs of the Coastal GasLink Pipeline in Canada

Indigenous Services Minister Marc Miller, who held talks with some indigenous communities on Saturday, told a talk show on Sunday the unrest and its impact on the economy amounted to a national crisis.  Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has cancelled a planned trip to Barbados to deal with the deteriorating situation.

Contentious Wrangling Over the Legality of the Coastal GasLink Pipeline (Copyright TC Energy)
Contentious Wrangling Over the Legality of the Coastal GasLink Pipeline (Copyright TC Energy)

Contentious Wrangling Over the Legality of the Coastal GasLink Pipeline

Backed by helicopters, heavy machinery and dogs, Royal Canadian Mounted Police dismantled a gate erected by activists and detained seven people fighting against the 670-km, $6.2 billion Coastal GasLink pipeline, CGL, which would transport natural gas from northeastern British Columbia to an export terminal at Kitimat, also in British Columbia.