Mexico’s natural gas pipeline network got a huge boost when state power company Comisión Federal de Electricidad (CFE) and Esentia Energy Systems signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) to jointly invest $300 million to expand the national grid.
With mounting geopolitical problems in the European theater, the cognoscenti have been pondering just where Europe would access hydrogen in quantities that would make the undertaking viable.
In a move that could ease the way for Europe's transition to hydrogen as a fuel source, Portugal's REN has started adapting its high-pressure natural gas grid to allow it to carry an up to 10% share of green hydrogen as early this year, the company said last week.
Israel's abundant natural gas reserves, located in the eastern Mediterranean, have grown by 40% over the past decade due to increased drilling and exploration activities, an industry report said.
Gas production is carried out by four wells connected by two 18-inch, 73-mile subsea tiebacks to a natural gas processing platform located 10 km offshore Dor, Israel.
Alan Armstrong, CEO of Williams Companies, announced at the Reuters Global Energy Transition conference that Williams will complete two natural gas pipeline projects in New Jersey and Louisiana by the end of 2024
A new centrist government in Cyprus has fundamentally revised plans for bringing Mediterranean natural gas to Europe.
As relayed by Reuters, rather than the 2,000 km EastMed pipeline to continental Europe, the new government is proposing a much shorter one linking Cyprus to fields off the coast of Israel. Once in Cyprus, the gas could be converted to LNG and shipped to Europe.
Alan Armstrong, President and CEO of Williams Companies, the American energy infrastructure enterprise operating nearly 50,000 - km of pipelines in the United States, said during a Financial Times interview that natural gas, a fossil fuel, is key to bringing about the planet's clean energy future and warding off the worst effects of climate change.
NATO will seek to establish a new unit for the improved protection of pipelines and other critical infrastructure in the oceans, especially, naturally, the Atlantic. The unit will serve as a strengthened maritime presence for deterrence and for the defense of NATO countries.
Putting back into operation the 970-km, 450,000 bpd Iraq - Turkey Oil Pipeline, shut down by Turkey last March after disputing an arbitration ruling by the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) in favor of Iraq, will headline negotiations between Iraq and Turkey in Baghdad on 19 June.
Russia's gas strategy was long predicated on the continued, uninterrupted flow of gas to Europe through the Yamal and Nord Stream pipelines, the 'big two' of twelve pipelines bringing gas from Russia into the West.