Enbridge

Enbridge Testing Support for 1 Bcf of Peak Natural Gas Storage Service at Dawn Hub

Enbridge Testing Support for 1 Bcf of Peak Natural Gas Storage Service at Dawn Hub

Enbridge Inc.’s utility subsidiary has launched an open season for up to 1 Bcf of peak natural gas storage capacity at its Dawn Hub in southwestern Ontario. Enbridge is seeking a three-year commitment from shippers for the storage services, which could begin in April 2024. The expansion would give “shippers unparalleled flexibility to meet their…

August 9, 2023
Enbridge Bullish on North American Natural Gas Storage, Long-Term Export Demand

Enbridge Bullish on North American Natural Gas Storage, Long-Term Export Demand

Enbridge Inc. is bulking up its natural gas storage capabilities and betting big on long-term demand for North American exports of LNG, viewing the super-chilled fuel as a key source of energy for decades to come. “Natural gas and oil will remain critical components of our energy supply in all energy transition scenarios that balance…

August 8, 2023
Enbridge Gauging Support to Boost Dawn’s Daily Capacity by 91,200 MMBtu in Late 2027

Enbridge Gauging Support to Boost Dawn’s Daily Capacity by 91,200 MMBtu in Late 2027

Enbridge Inc.’s natural gas subsidiary is testing support through mid-July to boost firm transportation service capacity for up to 96,000 GJ/d (91,200 MMBtu/d) at the Dawn Hub in Eastern Canada. If there is enough demand, the Enbridge Gas Inc. expansion could launch by Nov. 1, 2027. Service could begin sooner, depending on support, Enbridge noted. …

June 7, 2023
Tres Palacios Natural Gas Storage Project Snags Favorable FERC Environmental Assessment

Tres Palacios Natural Gas Storage Project Snags Favorable FERC Environmental Assessment

FERC staff said approval of a planned expansion of the Tres Palacios natural gas storage facility in Matagorda County, TX, would not significantly affect the quality of the human environment, with appropriate mitigating measures. In the Environmental Assessment (EA) issued earlier this month, Federal Energy Regulatory Commission staff assessed the potential environmental effects of the…

May 24, 2023
Enbridge Expanding Natural Gas Storage, Pipeline Empire as North American Exports Grow

Enbridge Expanding Natural Gas Storage, Pipeline Empire as North American Exports Grow

Enbridge Inc. is advancing multiple expansion projects on its vast North American natural gas network ahead of expected growth in LNG and pipeline exports from the continent. During a call to discuss first quarter earnings, CEO Greg Ebel highlighted the recently announced acquisition of a 93.8% controlling interest in the Aitken Creek natural gas storage…

May 10, 2023
Enbridge’s Blue Ammonia Project in South Texas May Partner with Yaro

Enbridge’s Blue Ammonia Project in South Texas May Partner with Yaro

Norway’s Yara International ASA has signaled it may join Enbridge Inc. to develop a blue ammonia project on the Texas coast near Corpus Christi.  Adjacent to the Enbridge Ingleside Energy Center (EIEC), the Calgary-based midstream giant is designing a low-carbon ammonia facility and export project. Blue ammonia is manufactured from nitrogen and hydrogen derived from…

April 5, 2023
Enbridge ‘Diverts’ $1B to Feed RNG Market

Enbridge ‘Diverts’ $1B to Feed RNG Market

Calgary-based pipeline giant Enbridge Inc. has agreed to spend $1 billion in a U.S. development with Divert Inc. to turn food waste into renewable natural gas (RNG).  The investment is part of a plan to develop facilities in major U.S. regions within 100 miles of 80% of the population, according to the companies.  “The infrastructure…

March 28, 2023
Another Enbridge Line 5 Permitting Delay Pushes Construction to 2026

Another Enbridge Line 5 Permitting Delay Pushes Construction to 2026

Enbridge Inc. said the start of construction on its Line 5 natural gas liquids and oil pipeline could be delayed until 2026 after the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers moved to extend the permitting process for its Michigan project. The Army Corps made the decision to extend the permitting process for the four-mile Great Lakes…

March 28, 2023

Contractor Expects Mozambique LNG Work to Resume in July – The Offtake

Italian engineering contractor Saipem SpA said this week it has agreed to restart work in July on TotalEnergies SE’s Mozambique LNG project. The 12.9 million metric tons/year project was suspended in 2021 amid rising violence in the area.

March 2, 2023
Enbridge, Chippewa Tribe Ordered to Cooperate on Spill Risk Plan for Line 5 Conduit

Enbridge, Chippewa Tribe Ordered to Cooperate on Spill Risk Plan for Line 5 Conduit

After rejecting a call in September to shut off Enbridge Inc.’s cross-border Line 5, a federal court in Wisconsin has directed the pipeline company and the Lake Superior Chippewa’s Bad River Band to work together on a spill risk reduction plan for the 540,000 b/d oil conduit. U.S. District Court Judge William Conley of the…

December 5, 2022