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Japan & South Korea on the map under the magnifying glas (© Shutterstock/sasirin pamai)

Japan & South Korea to Establish Joint Supply Network for Carbon-Neutral Fuels

Japan and South Korea are working to establish a joint supply network for carbon-neutral fuels such as hydrogen and ammonia.

The framework for the network will be announced by Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida and South Korean President Yoon Suk Yeol on Nov. 17 during the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) meeting in the United States.

Mahmoud Farhadiroushan at ADIPEC 2023 (© Silixa/Mahmoud Farhadiroushan)
Mahmoud Farhadiroushan at ADIPEC 2023 (© Silixa/Mahmoud Farhadiroushan)

Current Developments in Well and Pipeline Monitoring: Distributed Acoustic Sensing Technology

During ADIPEC 2023 we met with Garth Naldrett, Chief Product Officer of Silixa and talked about current developments in Well and Pipeline Monitoring.

As oil becomes harder to find, many reservoirs are located at greater depths and further offshore, and there is an increasing need for reliable mechanisms for transmitting sensor signals over long distances deep underseas.

Economic Affairs Minister Robert Habeck presents the plans for a German hydrogen core network (© BMWK / Susanne Eriksson)
Economic Affairs Minister Robert Habeck presents the plans for a German hydrogen core network (© BMWK / Susanne Eriksson)

German Gas Pipeline Operators To Build A Core Hydrogen Pipeline Network of 9 700-km In The Country

German gas transmissions operators have presented plans for an 9 700-km 'core' hydrogen pipeline network crisscrossing the country. The Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Climate Action (BMWK), in a Twitter post, explained that 60% of the pipelines in the network will consist of existing, repurposed natural gas pipelines, with the remaining 40% built from scratch.

Entrance to the ExxonMobil world headquarters located in Irving, Texas (© Shutterstock/Katherine Welles)
Entrance to the ExxonMobil world headquarters located in Irving, Texas (© Shutterstock/Katherine Welles)

ExxonMobil Launches $75M Pipeline Tender to Boost Oil Output in Argentina’s Vaca Muerta

ExxonMobil has launched a tender for a $75 million project to build a massive oil pipeline in Argentina to increase oil production in the Vaca Muerta shale play, the company’s spokesperson reported on Wednesday, November 8, 2023.

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Flag of Nigeria covered in oil (© Shutterstock/Mehaniq)

Nigeria Loses $13 Million in Crude Oil Due to Rampant Pipeline Vandalism, NEITI Reports

The federal government has unveiled alarming statistics revealing the loss of $12.74 million worth of crude oil in 7,143 pipeline vandalism cases over the past five years.

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Niger on the map (© Shutterstock/hyotographics)

Niger Commissions 2,000-kilometre Crude Oil Pipeline Despite Sanctions

Niger’s military leaders have commissioned a 2,000-kilometer-long crude oil pipeline linking the country’s oilfield at Agadem to Benin port of Seme.

The pipeline positions Niger, one of the world's poorest nations, to enter the international crude oil market for the first time.

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The flag of Australia (© Shutterstock/esfera)

Funding for Mount Morgan Pipeline Project Secured

The Federal and Queensland Labor Governments have partnered with the Rockhampton Regional Council to finance the ambitious $88.2 million Mount Morgan Pipeline Project in Australia’s northeast.

The pipeline project is a transformative initiative to ensure enduring water security for Mount Morgan in Central Queensland.

The Santos Place building in Brisbane, Australia (© Shutterstock/Marlon Trottmann)
The Santos Place building in Brisbane, Australia (© Shutterstock/Marlon Trottmann)

Santos Vows to Defend Barossa Gas Pipeline Project Against Environmental Group’s Petition

Santos has vowed to contest the legal proceedings initiated by the Environmental Defenders Office (EDO) aimed at preventing the commencement of pipeline work at its Barossa gas project, situated off the northern coast of Australia.

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

Coastal GasLink Completes Contentious 670-Kilometer Pipeline in Northern British Columbia

Coastal GasLink has successfully completed its 670-kilometer natural gas pipeline across Northern British Columbia after five years of construction.

In a statement issued on Monday, Coastal GasLink confirmed the successful conclusion of pipeline construction, including welding along the entire route from northeastern B.C. to Kitimat.

Permian Basin oil and gas pipeline construction (© Shutterstock/G B Hart)
Permian Basin oil and gas pipeline construction (© Shutterstock/G B Hart)

US Energy Company Expands NGL Operations with Pipelines to Meet Soaring Demand

Enterprise Products, an energy pipeline operator based in Houston, has unveiled ambitious expansion plans in a strategic move to meet the growing global demand for natural gas liquids (NGLs).

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The flag of Brazil in the wind (© Shutterstock/Leonidas Santana)

Petrobras Awards Subsea7 Major Contract Amendment for Mero 4 Field Development

Subsea7, a global leader in offshore energy services, on Tuesday, October 31, announced the award of a major contract amendment granted by Petrobras for the development of the Mero 4 field.

Logo of TC Energy on a screen infront of the website (© Shutterstock/Wirestock Creators)
Logo of TC Energy on a screen infront of the website (© Shutterstock/Wirestock Creators)

TC Energy Explores Multibillion-Dollar Asset Sale to Reduce Debt and Fuel Growth

Canadian pipeline operator TC Energy is reportedly considering a substantial asset sale plan to reduce its debt load and generate more funding for new investment ventures.

The company is actively pursuing the sale of a minority stake in ANR Pipeline, estimated to be worth $3 billion in enterprise value.

Rugged Pacific Coast along Santa Barbara Shores Park with Island and Offshore Drilling Platform in Background (© Shutterstock/Readin Wilson)
Rugged Pacific Coast along Santa Barbara Shores Park with Island and Offshore Drilling Platform in Background (© Shutterstock/Readin Wilson)

ExxonMobil Subsidiary Withdraws New Pipeline Application in Santa Barbara County

Pacific Pipeline Company ("PPC"), a subsidiary of ExxonMobil, has officially announced the withdrawal of its application to construct a new pipeline in the Santa Barbara County region.

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Turkmenistan on a political world map (© Shutterstock/Yusuf Ucuz)

Turkmenistan Revives Trans-Caspian Gas Pipeline Prospect to Send Gas to Europe

Turkmenistan has revisited the prospect of constructing a Trans-Caspian pipeline connecting its extensive gas fields to the European market to plug the gap left by Russian gas supplies to the Western nations.

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Skyline of Singapore (© Shutterstock/Natnan Srisuwan)

Malaysia & Singapore Firms Partner for Hydrogen Pipeline Project

Gentari Sdn Bhd and Singapore's primary gas provider, City Energy, have officially signed a joint feasibility study agreement.

The partnership aims to explore the construction of a hydrogen pipeline stretching from Malaysia to Singapore, bolstering the region's commitment to sustainable energy solutions.

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Court gavel infront of the Australian flag (© Shutterstock/Zerbor)

Australia Reviews Emergency Application to Halt $3.6 Billion Gas Pipeline Project

The Australian government has initiated a review of an emergency application submitted by an indigenous group aiming to block the construction of Santos' massive $3.6 billion (A$5.7 billion) Barossa gas pipeline project, situated off the northern coast of Australia.

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The national flag of Uganda and flag of Tanzania (© Shutterstock/esfera)

The Multibillion East Africa Crude Oil Pipeline Inches Closer to Final Investment Decision

The Uganda-Tanzania crude oil pipeline project is nearing its final funding decision, following the resolution of a long-standing issue between Tanzania and Chinese financiers.