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Pipeline valve being opened (copyright by Shutterstock/Oil and Gas Photographer)
Pipeline valve being opened (copyright by Shutterstock/Oil and Gas Photographer)

Largest Pipeline in The United States Re-Opened By Colonial Pipeline

With some 60 percent of gas stations in metro Atlanta out of gasoline and 43 percent in Georgia and South Carolina overall without fuel, Colonial Pipeline began to restart the nation's largest operating pipeline of 8851-km as the Southeast United States began to get out from under.

3D image of a AUV over a pipeline (copyright by ROSEN)
3D image of a AUV over a pipeline (copyright by ROSEN)

ROSEN Leads The Pipeline Industry Underwater With The Autonomous Underwater Vehicle (AUV)

The Rosen Group, the world's premier provider of in-line inspections of pipelines, is one of nine companies participating in the CIAM ("Cooperative Development of a Comprehensive Integrated Autonomous Underwater Monitoring Solution") project during an online event on 30 April.

Honeywell HQ in Prague (copyright by Shutterstock/josefkubes)
Honeywell HQ in Prague (copyright by Shutterstock/josefkubes)

Methane Gas Emissions From Leaky Pipelines Are Taken On By Honeywell

Honeywell, a Fortune 100 technology company that delivers industry-specific solutions for buildings and industry, is introducing an automated methane monitoring solution to help European companies better address their climate goals.

 Steel pipes (copyright by Shutterstock/khan3145)
Steel pipes (copyright by Shutterstock/khan3145)

More Hydrogen Pipelines Needed In Europe

If Germany and the rest of Europe are to become climate-neutral by 2050 while maintaining their industrial might, they will have to import vast amounts of hydrogen.  To this end the Port of Rotterdam is already exploring how hydrogen can be imported from a large number of countries around the world.  It is also setting up Porthos, a carbon transport and storage system.  Porthos is being conside

Flags of Zambia and Angola (copyright by Shutterstock/esfera)
Flags of Zambia and Angola (copyright by Shutterstock/esfera)

Marathon Talks Concerning Products Pipeline End Between Oil-Rich Angola and Zambia

More than ten years of complex negotiations between Angola and neighboring Zambia have resulted in a $5 billion deal to build a products pipeline between Lobito and Lusaka.

At the signing ceremony in Luanda, the Zambian government was represented by Energy Minister Mathew Nkhuwa, with Angola represented by Petroleum Minister Diamantino Pedro Azevedo.

Waving flags of Denmark and Germany (copyright by Shutterstock/esfera)
Waving flags of Denmark and Germany (copyright by Shutterstock/esfera)

Green Hydrogen Market In Germany To Be Spurred By Energinet and Gasunie

Energinet and Gasunie have published a technical pre-feasibility study for transporting hydrogen via a 350-450 km pipeline from Esbjerg or Holstebro in Denmark to Hamburg in Germany. The study shows that such a connection can be established in a step-by-step and cost efficient fashion by repurposing existing gas pipelines.

Pipeline in the mountains (copyright by Shutterstock/BILD LLC)
Pipeline in the mountains (copyright by Shutterstock/BILD LLC)

Looking Increasingly Untenable - The Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL)

Dakota Access oil pipeline's operators plan to ask the U.S. Supreme Court to intervene in its ongoing legal battle to keep the 570,000 barrel-per-day line open, according to a court filing on Thursday.
 

Piñon Midstream logo (copyright by Piñon Midstream)
Piñon Midstream logo (copyright by Piñon Midstream)

Newly Formed Piñon Midstream Solves the Sour Gas Problem in the Permian Basin

Piñon Midstream, LLC (“Piñon”), today announced its greenfield Dark Horse Sour Gas Treating and Carbon Capture Facility (“Dark Horse Facility”) and associated pipeline infrastructure are under construction in Lea County, New Mexico (Piñon was formed in 2020 by midstream veterans Steven Green and Justin Bennett to provide a viable solution to the sour gas problem in the northeastern Delaware Bas