Infrastructure

Argentina’s YPF Aiming to Sanction LNG Export Project by End-2023

Argentina’s YPF Aiming to Sanction LNG Export Project by End-2023

Argentina’s YPF SA is aiming to sanction an LNG export project by the end of 2023, according to CFO Alejandro Lew. Lew and CEO Pablo Iuliano hosted a call earlier this month to discuss the 51% state-owned oil and gas company’s third-quarter results. YPF and Malaysian national oil company Petronas signed a memorandum of understanding…

November 28, 2022
TC Energy Touts ‘Transformative Year’ in Mexico, Improved Collaboration with CFE

TC Energy Touts ‘Transformative Year’ in Mexico, Improved Collaboration with CFE

TC Energy Corp. is strengthening its commercial ties with Mexico’s largest natural gas consumer and working toward the completion of multiple pipeline projects in the country. The consumer is state power company Comisión Federal de Electricidad (CFE), whose demand averages about 4 Bcf/d, nearly all of which comes from the United States. In a call…

November 21, 2022
Natural Gas Infrastructure Projects Said Major Growth Opportunity in Mexico

Natural Gas Infrastructure Projects Said Major Growth Opportunity in Mexico

Mexico’s biggest growth opportunities include “natural gas and natural gas processing at the top of the list, including storage and completing the supply chain, such as the development of processing centers for LNG in ports,” Jorge Pedroza, energy director at PwC Mexico, told NGI’s Mexico GPI. “There is a window of opportunity that won’t last…

November 18, 2022
After Record Quarter, Enterprise Sees ‘Significant Momentum’ in Permian for 2023

After Record Quarter, Enterprise Sees ‘Significant Momentum’ in Permian for 2023

Enterprise Products Partners LP transported record volumes on its pipeline systems during the third quarter of 2022, buoyed by the natural gas gathering and processing business it acquired from Navitas Midstream Partners LP earlier this year. However, management acknowledged that pipeline capacity in the Permian Basin is tight, and more negative gas pricing may be…

November 4, 2022
Tallgrass Turbocharging Lower 48 Natural Gas System for ‘Cleaner Energy Future’

Tallgrass Turbocharging Lower 48 Natural Gas System for ‘Cleaner Energy Future’

Tallgrass Energy Partners is set to install dozens of turboexpander systems capable of responding to variable temperatures, pressures and flow rates across its natural gas network in partnership with Sapphire Technologies Inc. and Evolve Holdings Ltd. The trio is expected to install more than 72 of Sapphire’s FreeSpin In-line turboexpanders (FIT) across the Tallgrass natural…

October 28, 2022
Mixed Natural Gas Price Trends Seen for November Baseload amid Winter Risk, Robust Supply

Mixed Natural Gas Price Trends Seen for November Baseload amid Winter Risk, Robust Supply

With hints of chillier weather arriving in the Lower 48 in November, along with an expected rise in LNG demand, baseload natural gas prices for November were trending higher, according to NGI’s Bidweek Alert (BWA). Northeast locations swung from a discount to a premium over benchmark Henry Hub prices as brief blasts of frigid air…

October 26, 2022
Kinder Morgan Touts ‘Enormous Opportunity’ for Natural Gas Exports to Mexico, World

Kinder Morgan Touts ‘Enormous Opportunity’ for Natural Gas Exports to Mexico, World

Kinder Morgan Inc. is forecasting substantial growth in U.S. natural gas exports, including to Mexico via pipeline and the global market via LNG, over the coming years.  KMI expects net U.S. natural gas exports to Mexico to reach 7 Bcf/d by 2030, up from around 6 Bcf/d in 2021, according to internal and Wood Mackenzie…

October 24, 2022
Proposed Louisiana Petrochemical Projects Facing Hurdles from Residents, Court

Proposed Louisiana Petrochemical Projects Facing Hurdles from Residents, Court

Two major petrochemical projects planned for Louisiana’s St. James Parish are facing permitting obstacles following recent decisions that may affect them moving forward. A court ruling has stalled FG LA LLC’s plan to build a massive $9.4 billion plastics facility. The affiliate of global conglomerate Formosa Group has had the Sunshine Project on the drawing…

September 16, 2022
Montney NGL System OK’d in Split Decision by Canada Regulators

Montney NGL System OK’d in Split Decision by Canada Regulators

The NEBC Connector, which would move around 98,000 b/d of Montney Shale liquid byproducts, has cleared a court hurdle erected last year that stiffened protection of Indigenous territory in northeastern British Columbia (BC). NorthRiver Midstream NEBC Connector GP Inc., a subsidiary of Brookfield Infrastructure LP, was seeking approval by the Canada Energy Regulator (CER) to…

September 2, 2022
Natural Gas Infrastructure Deemed ‘Critical’ in Texas Required to Weatherize by Dec. 1

Natural Gas Infrastructure Deemed ‘Critical’ in Texas Required to Weatherize by Dec. 1

Natural gas infrastructure considered “critical” by the state will be required to weatherize operations under rules approved Tuesday by the Railroad Commission of Texas (RRC).  Objections by consumer and watchdog groups failed to sway the three-member commission, which enacted the rules unanimously.  Critics in comments sent to RRC and in person at the open meeting…

September 2, 2022
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