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Map of the Baltic states (© Shutterstock/Claudio Divizia)

Baltic Sea Gas Pipeline Operators Sign MoU to Speedup Hydrogen Infrastructure Development

Nine Baltic Sea-based natural gas Transmission System Operators (TSOs) around the Baltic Sea signed an MoU on Monday, June 17, 2024, to collaborate on developing hydrogen infrastructure and fostering a regional hydrogen market, Gascade announced in a press release.

EITEP Training course (© 2023 Ralph Thiele / EITEP)
EITEP Training course (© 2023 Ralph Thiele / EITEP)

ptc Organizer EITEP Institute Launches New Training Platform for Pipeline Professionals

The EITEP Institute (Euro Institute for Information and Technology Transfer in Environmental Protection), organizer of the Pipeline Technology Conference (ptc), has announced the launch of a dedicated training platform to cater to the evolving needs of energy and infrastructure professionals worldwide.

Judge's gavel on the table (© Shutterstock/FabrikaSimf)
Judge's gavel on the table (© Shutterstock/FabrikaSimf)

Appeals Court Reverts Enbridge’s Line 5 Pipeline Lawsuit Back to the State of Michigan

North American pipeline transmission and energy major Enbridge Energy has suffered a major setback after the federal appeals court ruled on Monday that the lawsuit challenging the company’s operation of Line 5 can proceed in a Michigan state court.

Hydrogen molecule (© Shutterstock/Corona Borealis Studio)
Hydrogen molecule (© Shutterstock/Corona Borealis Studio)

Meld Energy Cleared to Build £250 Million Green Hydrogen Production Facility in Hull

UK-basedgreen hydrogen developer Meld Energy has received approval from the East Riding of Yorkshire Council to build a £250 million ($318 million), 100-megawatt green hydrogen production facility at Saltend in Hull.

Pipeline valve being opened (© Shutterstock/Oil and Gas Photographer)
Pipeline valve being opened (© Shutterstock/Oil and Gas Photographer)

Mountain Valley Pipeline Cleared to Start Operations After Regulatory Delays

The largest natural gas pipeline under construction in the Northeast, the Mountain Valley Pipeline project, on Wednesday, June 12, received approval from the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) to begin operations.

Saudi Arabia on the map (© Shutterstock/Marcio Jose Bastos Silva)
Saudi Arabia on the map (© Shutterstock/Marcio Jose Bastos Silva)

Wood Completes Engineering Design for the World's Largest CCS Project in Saudi Arabia

Energy company Wood announced on Monday, June 10, 2024 that it has completed the front-end engineering and design (FEED) scope for the first phase of Saudi Aramco's Accelerated Carbon Capture and Sequestration (ACCS) project. 

British Columbia on the map (© Shutterstock/Tudoran Andrei)
British Columbia on the map (© Shutterstock/Tudoran Andrei)

Enbridge Proposes Expansion of B.C.'s Westcoast Pipeline to Meet Growing Gas Demand

North American Pipeline major, Enbridge Inc. has proposed an expansion of the Westcoast Pipeline in British Columbia to meet growing natural gas demand in the province and the U.S. Pacific Northwest.

Exterior view of the tower housing the headquarters of the oil company TotalEnergies, Courbevoie, France (© Shutterstock/HJBC)
Exterior view of the tower housing the headquarters of the oil company TotalEnergies, Courbevoie, France (© Shutterstock/HJBC)

TotalEnergies and Air Products Sign 15-Year Deal for Green Hydrogen Supply

Energy giant TotalEnergies (TOT) and industrial gas company Air Products (APD) announced a 15-year agreement for the annual supply of 70,000 tons of green hydrogen in Europe, start

TC Energy logo at the head office in Calgary, Canada (© Shutterstock/Brett Holmes)
TC Energy logo at the head office in Calgary, Canada (© Shutterstock/Brett Holmes)

TC Energy Shareholders Approve Spinoff of North American Liquids Pipeline Business

TC Energy Corp. shareholders voted overwhelmingly on Tuesday, June 4, to approve the spinoff of the company's liquids pipeline business, creating a new energy infrastructure company called South Bow Corp.

Rendering of a pressure gauge on a hydrogen pipeline (© Shutterstock/r.classen)
Rendering of a pressure gauge on a hydrogen pipeline (© Shutterstock/r.classen)

Germany, Austria and Italy Agree to Develop Southern Hydrogen Corridor Pipeline Project

Germany, Austria, and Italy signed a joint declaration of intent on Thursday, May 30, 2024, to develop the South Hydrogen Corridor, a pipeline project aimed at transporting renewable hydrogen to industrial centers across Europe.

A offshore oil rig in the North Sea (© Shutterstock/Frode Koppang)
A offshore oil rig in the North Sea (© Shutterstock/Frode Koppang)

European Gas Prices Spike After Pipeline Cracks Lead to Platform Shutdown in Norway

Norway's gas exports to Europe plunged on Monday after a crack discovered in a pipeline at the Sleipner offshore platform forced the shutdown of the Nyhamna onshore processing plant, according to pipeline operator Gassco. The outage sent European gas prices soaring to their highest level this year.

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Flag of benin and national flag of niger (copyright by Shutterstock/esfera)

Unresolved Niger-Benin Border Dispute Stalls Major West Africa’s Oil Pipeline Project

A meeting between Benin and Niger officials last week failed to resolve a border dispute that is hindering a planned oil pipeline project, according to statements from both countries. 

 Statue of Abraham Lincoln infront of the Illinois State Capitol building in Springfield, Illinois (© Shutterstock/Paul Brady Photography)
Statue of Abraham Lincoln infront of the Illinois State Capitol building in Springfield, Illinois (© Shutterstock/Paul Brady Photography)

Illinois Legislature Approves New Rules for Carbon Capture Pipeline Projects

In a last-minute legislative move, the Illinois state legislature has amended a proposal related to dental care, paving the way for carbon capture pipelines. 

South Sudan on the map (© Shutterstock/hyotographics)
South Sudan on the map (© Shutterstock/hyotographics)

South Sudan Oil Pipeline to Resume Operations Soon After Repairs of the February Damage

A key South Sudan oil pipeline that ruptured during fighting in February could resume operation within the next two weeks after undergoing repair, a South Sudanese oil ministry official told Reuters News on Tuesday, May 28, 2024.