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Flags of Japan and Venezuela (copyright by Shutterstock/NINA IMAGES)

Japan's Inpex Corp sells Venezuela gas and oil assets to Caracas-based Sucre Energy Group

A Japanese-owned Inpex Corp. sold its Venezuelan assets to Sucre Energy Group, based in Caracas. The new developments came as a string of multinational companies back from the crisis-hit OPEC nation.

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Flag of the People's Republic of China (copyright by Shutterstock/Tatoh)

China approves a multimillion pipeline system in the northern region of the county

According to China's National Development and Reform Commission statement dated Friday, September 3, 2021, the $143 million (960 million yuan) methane pipeline will link China's northern provinces, specifically Shaanxi and Shanxi.

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Flag of Nigeria (copyright by Shutterstock/adaptice photography)

Pipeline vandalism causes a massive fuel flood in Lagos, Nigeria

Hundreds of residents of Igando-Ikotun Road, Omoboriowo Street, around Pipeline bus stop, Lagos, and its surroundings escaped death on Friday, August 27, 2021, as an unprecedented fuel flood temporarily displaced the residents in the middle of the night.

Pipeline valve with manometer (copyright by Shutterstock/Krasowit)
Pipeline valve with manometer (copyright by Shutterstock/Krasowit)

Colonial Pipeline shut down some fuel networks As Hurricane Ida made a historic landfall

On Sunday, August 29, 2021, Colonial Pipeline announced a shutdown of some of its fuel pipeline networks following an “extremely dangerous category 4 hurricane” that blasted the U.S Gulf Coast.

Ida Hurricane blasted ashore close to Port Fourchon, Louisiana, at around noon, bringing pipeline transport using part of the company’s networks to a temporary halt.