Capacity

Qatar Petroleum Secures Bulk of Capacity at Europe’s Largest LNG Import Terminal

Qatar Petroleum Secures Bulk of Capacity at Europe’s Largest LNG Import Terminal

Qatar Petroleum (QP) has secured roughly 40% of the capacity available at Europe’s largest liquefied natural gas (LNG) import terminal in the UK, solidifying the state-owned company’s role as the region’s dominant supplier. QP said an affiliate signed a 25-year agreement for 7.2 million tons (Mt) of storage and regasification capacity annually at National Grid…

October 14, 2020
Mexico’s CFE Touts ‘Aggressive’ Plan to Monetize Excess Natural Gas Capacity

Mexico’s CFE Touts ‘Aggressive’ Plan to Monetize Excess Natural Gas Capacity

Mexico state-owned power company Comisión Federal de Electricidad (CFE) is implementing an “aggressive policy” to monetize its excess natural gas transport capacity on each side of the U.S.-Mexico border, according to the head of the two natural gas marketing units. Subsidiary CFE International is the 14th largest natural gas marketer by volume in North America,…

September 10, 2020
Mexico Must Make More Natural Gas Pipeline Capacity Available, Experts Say

Mexico Must Make More Natural Gas Pipeline Capacity Available, Experts Say

Mexico’s authorities and state-owned energy companies must coordinate to make more firm natural gas pipeline capacity available for the electric power and industrial segments, according to panelists at the 6th Mexico Gas Summit organized by Industry Exchange LLC. Natural gas accounts for about 65% of Mexico’s power generation, said Francisco Xavier Salazar, founding partner of…

September 9, 2020
Rover Pipeline Says Able to Increase Appalachian Capacity at No Cost

Rover Pipeline Says Able to Increase Appalachian Capacity at No Cost

Energy Transfer LP affiliate Rover Pipeline LLC wants to slightly increase capacity on the 713-mile system that serves natural gas producers in the Marcellus and Utica shales.

January 22, 2020
Rover Pipeline Says Able to Increase Appalachian Capacity at No Cost

Rover Pipeline Says Able to Increase Appalachian Capacity at No Cost

Energy Transfer LP affiliate Rover Pipeline LLC wants to slightly increase capacity on the 713-mile system that serves natural gas producers in the Marcellus and Utica shales.

January 22, 2020

Natural Gas to Trail Wind, Solar in New Electricity Generation This Year, EIA Says

The United States will add 42 GW of new electricity capacity to commercial operations this year, with 9.31 GW (22%) coming in the form of natural gas-burning facilities, but the largest additions will be wind and solar generation, according to the Energy Information Administration (EIA).

January 14, 2020

FERC Directs PJM to Expand Minimum Offer Price Rule to Address Subsidized Fuels

Saying it was acting “to protect the competitive capacity market” administered by PJM Interconnection, FERC Thursday directed the grid operator to expand its current minimum offer price rule (MOPR) to address state-subsidized electric generation resources.

December 19, 2019

Streamlined Pipeline Shipping Rules Eyed for North Dakota E&Ps

The North Dakota Industrial Committee (NDIC) plans to hold a public hearing in November to evaluate changes to pipeline shipping statutes to streamline how oil and gas producers contract firm shipping capacity.

October 24, 2019

Gulf Coast Supply, Demand Growth Puts Natural Gas Pipeline Grid at Risk, Experts Say

The U.S. natural gas pipeline grid is not sufficient to handle the swift changes occurring in both supply and demand, and significant operational and commercial challenges may occur without additional midstream buildout, executives said Tuesday in New Orleans.

October 16, 2019
Thailand Pursues LNG Trading Hub Ambitions

Thailand Pursues LNG Trading Hub Ambitions

Thailand Energy Minister Sontirat Sontijirawong ordered state-owned oil and gas major PTT last week to accelerate its gas business so that the country can become a liquefied natural gas (LNG) trading hub in Southeast Asia.

October 15, 2019
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