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Carbon capture and underground storage (© Shutterstock/Dmitry Kovalchuk)
Carbon capture and underground storage (© Shutterstock/Dmitry Kovalchuk)

Carbon Capture Will Require Construction of a Massive Network of Pipelines

Carbon capture and sequestration pipelines could cause a potential risk to many US communities if carbon capture sequestration technology is widely deployed, Dan Zegart, CIC senior investigator and report author, told the Journal last week.

Route of the West Macedonian pipeline (© DESFA)
Route of the West Macedonian pipeline (© DESFA)

DESFA Awards Corinth Pipeworks Contract for a 163km Pipeline of West Macedonia in Greece

DESFA, the Hellenic Gas Transmission System Operator, on Thursday, February 3, awarded Corinth Pipework’s contract for the construction of a 163km long West Macedonia pipeline in Greece, the company said in a press release.

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

Uganda And Tanzania Have Finalized Crude Oil Pipeline Terms, Drilling to Begin Soon

Tanzania and Uganda signed a deal with French and Chinese oil firms last week, finalizing a $10 billion pipeline and drilling project. While the project supporters say the pipeline project will boost the two countries economic growth, Ugandan activists said the complaints from the families affected by the government's project hadn't been taken into consideration.

Cyprus on the map (© Shutterstock/Dmitrijs Kaminskis)
Cyprus on the map (© Shutterstock/Dmitrijs Kaminskis)

Cyprus Could Export Gas through Pipelines or Shipping it in the form of LNG

ExxonMobil Cyprus arm said Tuesday, February 1, 2022, the country could transport the vas natural gas reserves found off the east Mediterranean island nation to the markets through pipelines or as liquefied natural gas (LNG) as natural gas remains an important source of energy through 2050.

European Union flag infront of the European Commission (© Shutterstock/symbiot)
European Union flag infront of the European Commission (© Shutterstock/symbiot)

Russia's Nord Stream 2 Pipeline On Hold For A Compliance Review, According To EU

Russia's Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline is on hold as the European Commission is looking into the pipeline's compliance with Europe's energy policy, European Commission Vice President Valdis Dombrovskis said on Monday, January 31, 2022.

Hacker trying to breach a security system (© Shutterstock/Pira25)
Hacker trying to breach a security system (© Shutterstock/Pira25)

Shell Re-Routes Oil Supplies To Other Depots After A Cyberattack On Marquard & Bahls

Shell, one of the world's leading oil suppliers, announced on Tuesday, February 1, it was re-routing its supplies following the January 29 cyberattack on two German subsidiary firms, Marquard & Bahls.

Nord Stream land-based facility at Lubmin (© Shutterstock/Maren Winter)
Nord Stream land-based facility at Lubmin (© Shutterstock/Maren Winter)

German Part of Nord Stream 2 Pipeline's Subsidiary Established

Nord Stream 2 AG on Wednesday, January 26, announced funding a German subsidiary gas company. The new company will own and operate the 54-kilometer section of Germany's side of the Nord Stream 2 pipeline and the land-based facility at Lubmin.

Building of the Technical University of Munich (© Shutterstock/frantic00)
Building of the Technical University of Munich (© Shutterstock/frantic00)

Revolutionary Neutron-Based Technique Can Help Detect Pipeline Clogs Non-Destructively

Oil and gas transported through pipelines over hundreds to thousands of miles are essential to the industries and the consumers who depend on them. With some of the longest pipelines, such as Nord Stream 2 stretching thousands of miles underwater, it's not uncommon for them to be clogged over time.

World’s first full-scale pilot plant in Dormagen, Germany (© Linde Engineering)
World’s first full-scale pilot plant in Dormagen, Germany (© Linde Engineering)

Linde Engineering To Extract Hydrogen From Natural Gas Pipelines Using Membrane Technology

German Linde Engineering announced on Thursday, January 20, that it had officially started the world’s first-ever full-scale pilot plant to showcase how the company can use Linde’s HISELECT® powered by Evonik membrane technology to separate hydrogen from natural gas streams flowing through pipelines.

The flag of the USA (© Shutterstock/Graeme Dawes)
The flag of the USA (© Shutterstock/Graeme Dawes)

A Total Of 14 US Petroleum Liquids Pipeline Projects Were Completed In 2021

Pipeline infrastructure companies completed 14 liquid pipeline projects in the United States last year, an updated Liquids Pipeline Projects Database from the US Energy Information Administration (EIA) shows. Seven of the 14 projects are for crude oil pipelines, while the other seven are for hydrocarbon gas liquids.