Daniel Onyango

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Daniel is a versatile online journalist with a knack for writing news reports covering a wide range of subjects across industries, including disruptive technology, energy, renewables, sustainability, politics, business, innovations, health, aviation, and IoT. He worked with Empire Media Group Inc., Magnetic Media, and Which-50 Media before joining the ptj Editorial Team.

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Flags of Iran & Pakistan (© Shutterstock/esfera)
Flags of Iran & Pakistan (© Shutterstock/esfera)

Work on First Phase of Iran-Pakistan Gas Pipeline approved by Pakistani Government

Pakistan on Friday approved construction of the first phase of the long-delayed Iran-Pakistan gas pipeline project within its borders, aiming to avoid a potential $20 billion penalty.

A judge's gavel and a statue of Lady Justice infront of the flag of North Dakota (© Shutterstock/Mehaniq)
A judge's gavel and a statue of Lady Justice infront of the flag of North Dakota (© Shutterstock/Mehaniq)

North Dakota Seeks $38 Million in Federal Court Over Dakota Access Pipeline Protests

A federal trial began last Thursday, examining North Dakota's claim that the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers mismanaged the Dakota Access Pipeline protests, leading to $38 million in state expenses.

North Dakota seeks to recoup the funds it spent on law enforcement and cleanup during the 233-day protests against the pipeline in 2016 and 2017.

Logo of Equitrans Midstream on a screen infront of the website (© Shutterstock/T. Schneider)
Logo of Equitrans Midstream on a screen infront of the website (© Shutterstock/T. Schneider)

Mountain Valley Pipeline Completion Delayed— Cost Increases Due to Weather

U.S. energy firm Equitrans Midstream has announced a delay in the completion of its Mountain Valley natural gas pipeline from West Virginia to Virginia due to adverse weather.

The project’s completion has been pushed back to the second quarter of 2024, citing adverse weather conditions in January.

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

Pilbara Hydrogen Hub and Pipeline Receives $140 Million Boost to Become Green Energy Gateway

The Pilbara region of Western Australia is poised to become a clean energy powerhouse with a $140 million investment from the federal and Western Australian governments to build a hydrogen hub.

Envisioned as a major center for green hydrogen production and export, the Pilbara Hydrogen Hub will potentially serve as an international gateway for Australian-made green steel and iron.

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

EACJ to Hear Appeal on Jurisdiction in East African Crude Oil Pipeline Case

The East African Court of Justice (EACJ) will consider an appeal challenging a lower court's decision to dismiss a case against the controversial East African Crude Oil Pipeline (Eacop), offering a procedural victory for environmental activists.

Guyana on the map (© Shutterstock/hyotographics)
Guyana on the map (© Shutterstock/hyotographics)

Guyana Delays $1.9 Billion Gas-to-Power Project Until 2025, including 140 miles of pipeline

Guyana's ambitious gas-to-power project, aimed at reducing electricity costs and capitalizing on the country's energy resources, has been delayed until 2025, Reuters reported on Wednesday, Feb. 21, 2024.

Bottles of sunflower oil infront of a field of sunflowers (© Shutterstock/Andrey Gorgots)
Bottles of sunflower oil infront of a field of sunflowers (© Shutterstock/Andrey Gorgots)

Ukraine-Poland Edible Oil Pipeline Decision Still Pending Amid Legal and Technical Doubts

A decision on whether to build a 600-kilometer pipeline for transporting Ukrainian edible oil to Poland's Gdansk port remains on hold due to legal and technical uncertainties, Ukraine Business News reported on February 16, citing sentiments from Polish officials.

The Northern Endurance Partnership - Net Zero Teesside & Zerocarbon Humber (© OGCI)
The Northern Endurance Partnership - Net Zero Teesside & Zerocarbon Humber (© OGCI)

Net Zero Teesside CCS Project Recommended for Approval, including a CO2 pipeline

The Planning Inspectorate has approved a major carbon capture and storage (CCS) project in Teesside, northern England.

The project, known as Net Zero Teesside Power, aims to be the world's first commercial-scale gas-fired power station with full carbon capture, utilization, and storage (CCUS) utilizing a pipeline.

Flags of the USA and Mexico (© Shutterstock/Jim Barber)
Flags of the USA and Mexico (© Shutterstock/Jim Barber)

US Approves Pipeline for Mexico Pacific LNG’s Connector Plan Despite Climate Concerns

U.S. energy regulators approved Mexico Pacific LNG’s Saguaro pipeline that would transport 2.8 billion cubic feet of natural gas per day from Texas to Mexico for export as liquefied natural gas (LNG).

European Union flag with H2 hydrogen molecules (© Adobe Stock/Alexander Limbach)
European Union flag with H2 hydrogen molecules (© Adobe Stock/Alexander Limbach)

EU Approves €6.9 Billion for Hydrogen Infrastructure Project, Boosting Green Goals

The European Commission has approved a $7.4 billion (€6.9 billion) project to build a network of hydrogen infrastructure across Europe, the commission announced.