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Western Desert, Fayoum, Egypt (copyright by Shutterstock/Nour Mostafa El-Desoky)
Western Desert, Fayoum, Egypt (copyright by Shutterstock/Nour Mostafa El-Desoky)

Egypt Commence the Construction of a 15 Million Cubic Feet Gas Pipeline in Western Desert

Egypt commences the construction of a major gas pipeline with an expected gas output of 15 million cubic feet per day, Egypt’s Petroleum Ministry said through a Facebook post on Saturday, October 9, 2021, citing the head of General Petroleum Corporation.

Nikola TRE FCEV - hydrogen-powered truck (copyright by Nikola Motor Company)
Nikola TRE FCEV - hydrogen-powered truck (copyright by Nikola Motor Company)

Nikola Partners With Pipeline Giant TC Energy To Develop Hydrogen Hubs For Fuel Cell Truck

Nikola Corporation (Nasdaq: NKLA), a global leader in pollution-free cell electric truck fuel and green energy infrastructure solutions, gets an enormous boost in a new partnership with one of the leading Pipeline giants in North America, TC Energy (TSX, NYSE: TRP).

Oil rig near the coast of California (copyright by Shutterstock/VDB Photos)
Oil rig near the coast of California (copyright by Shutterstock/VDB Photos)

A 13-Inch Tear In A Pipeline Was Likely The Cause Of The Catastrophic California Oil Spill

Authorities believe to have found the source of a massive oil spill off the coast of California on October 2, 2021. Catastrophic oil spills shuttered the coastal beaches, causing the worst ecological nightmare as dead sea animals floated to the shows.

A man in a business suit offers money (copyright by Shutterstock/Oleksandrum)
A man in a business suit offers money (copyright by Shutterstock/Oleksandrum)

Dominion Energy Agrees To Sell $1.9B Questar Pipeline To Southwest Gas

The Richmond-based company Dominion Energy Inc. has agreed to sell $1.9B worth Questar Pipeline to a Las Vegas’s Southwest Gas Holdings Inc., Fortune 500 utility announced Tuesday, October 5, 2021. The all-cash agreement between the two companies includes the assumption of debt of up to $430 million.

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Flags of Canada and the USA (copyright by Shutterstock/ruskpp)

Canada Invokes 1977 Pipeline Treaty With The US Over Long-Standing Line 5 Dispute

Canada, on Monday, October 4th, invoked the 1977 treaty with the US to push for bilateral negotiations over Enbridge Inc’s Line 5 pipeline network project halted many months ago. The move by the Canadian government is part of the efforts to end the long-standing dispute between the State of Michigan and the Canada’s oil export pipeline company, Enbridge.

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TSA seal on the US flag (copyright by Shutterstock/danielfela)

Urgently Needed Rules Laid Out For US Pipelines Spark Mixed Reactions

In July the US government issued a set of security guidelines to strengthen the security of the nation's critical energy pipelines to prevent a reoccurrence of devastating cyber-attack on pipelines' computerized systems. The May 7 attack on Colonial Pipeline sent US major cities into a panic mode, sparking an unprecedented fuel shortage and panic-buying of gasoline.

PHMSA logo (copyright by PHMSA)
PHMSA logo (copyright by PHMSA)

U.S. Department Of Transportation Grants Nearly $100 Million To Support Pipeline Safety

The U.S. Department of Transportation Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (PHMSA), on Wednesday, Sept. 29  announced the award of $98,800,117 grant to territories, tribes, and states to support pipeline and hazardous material safety programs.

The logo of the CEPA (copyright by CEPA)
The logo of the CEPA (copyright by CEPA)

CEPA 2021 Pipeline Performance Report Outlines Commitment To A Sustainable Energy Future

The Canadian Energy Pipeline Association (CEPA), on Tuesday, Sept. 28, released a pipeline transmission performance report revealing its members' commitment to environmental safety and operations safety in delivering a safe energy Canada and the entire world need.

Sudan on the map of Africa (copyright by Shutterstock/hyotographics)
Sudan on the map of Africa (copyright by Shutterstock/hyotographics)

Eastern Sudan Protesters Shut Down A Major Oil Import Pipeline

Eastern Sudan protesters shut down a major oil import pipeline that transports crude oil to the Country’s capital, Khartoum, citing a bad political and economic environment prevailing in the region. On Saturday, Sept.

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Flag of Syria (copyright by Shutterstock/H.studio)

ISIS claims responsibility for pipeline attack and power blackout in Syria

An attack on Syria’s major pipeline using explosives last Friday disrupted power supply, plunging some parts of the country into a power blackout before the situation was promptly restored, the electricity minister, Ghassan al-Zamel, revealed on Saturday.