Pipelines

Multi-Dollar Price Gains Seen for December Baseload Natural Gas as Winter Arrives in Grand Fashion

Multi-Dollar Price Gains Seen for December Baseload Natural Gas as Winter Arrives in Grand Fashion

After a quiet start, Old Man Winter kicked in the door on the natural gas market and fueled massive gains for December baseload natural gas prices, according to NGI’s Bidweek Alert (BWA). Basis prices in the Northeast, particularly New England, were seen in the mid-teens as record-setting overnight temperatures and an eye-popping lake-effect snowstorm hit…

November 23, 2022
U.S. Pipeline Constraints Could Hinder Mexico LNG Projects

U.S. Pipeline Constraints Could Hinder Mexico LNG Projects

Mexico has big plans to become an LNG export powerhouse, but it might not have the pipelines or available capacity to do so, according to experts. “Is there enough capacity and pipelines to support these projects? I don’t think so,” said the head of the Gadex consultancy, Eduardo Prud’homme, on Monday at the LDC Gas…

November 15, 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
Why Are European LNG Prices Lower than TTF? Listen Now to NGI’s Hub & Flow

Why Are European LNG Prices Lower than TTF? Listen Now to NGI’s Hub & Flow

Click here to listen to the latest episode of NGI’s Hub & Flow. Spark Commodities CEO Tim Mendelssohn joins NGI’s Jamison Cocklin, editor of LNG Insight, to discuss the growing gap between the price of LNG landing in Europe and pipeline hubs on the continent like the Title Transfer Facility. The conversation also touches on…

October 21, 2022
In Landmark Deal, Enbridge Sells Stakes in Several Pipelines to Indigenous Partners

In Landmark Deal, Enbridge Sells Stakes in Several Pipelines to Indigenous Partners

A 23-tribe Indigenous investment agency agreed to pay C$1.12 billion ($840 million) for minority ownership of seven northeastern Alberta pipelines under an agreement with Enbridge Inc. Under the transaction, Enbridge would continue to operate the feeder conduits into its international Mainline oil system, while First Nations and Metis groups in newly created Athabasca Indigenous Investments…

September 29, 2022
Virginia Natural Gas Cutting Methane Emissions Through Pipeline Upgrades

Virginia Natural Gas Cutting Methane Emissions Through Pipeline Upgrades

Virginia Natural Gas (VNG) has cut methane emissions by more than 27% over the past decade through an ongoing pipeline modernization program, the Southern Company Gas-owned local distribution company (LDC) reported last week. “While our current system is safe and has performed well, as technology has advanced, it’s critical to continually upgrade our pipeline system,”…

September 26, 2022
Momentum Midstream Takes FID on 1.7 Bcf/d Haynesville Natural Gas Gathering, Carbon Capture Project

Momentum Midstream Takes FID on 1.7 Bcf/d Haynesville Natural Gas Gathering, Carbon Capture Project

Private equity-backed Momentum Midstream LLC said Thursday it is moving forward with the New Generation Gas Gathering (NG3) project in the Haynesville Shale. The project, which is meant to supply growing Gulf Coast and LNG export demand, is to have initial capacity of 1.7 Bcf/d, expandable to 2.2 Bcf/d. Momentum is a subsidiary of Encap…

September 26, 2022
Russian Natural Gas Production, Exports Continue to Drop Off

Russian Natural Gas Production, Exports Continue to Drop Off

Russia’s Gazprom PJSC again reported a slide in both natural gas production and exports as it has nearly cut off all deliveries to Europe in retaliation for sanctions against its war in Ukraine.  The state-owned company, which holds the world’s largest gas reserves and is among the largest exporters, said year/year deliveries to countries outside…

September 19, 2022
IRA, Permitting Reform Seen Possibly Boosting Natural Gas Infrastructure

IRA, Permitting Reform Seen Possibly Boosting Natural Gas Infrastructure

The Inflation Reduction Act of 2022 (IRA) and a related promise for energy permitting reform may have improved the outlook for natural gas infrastructure, according to industry stakeholders. Speakers at LDC Forums’ Mid-Continent Forum in Chicago were under no illusions about the continued challenges facing newbuild projects, especially interstate pipelines. However, recent events have offered…

September 16, 2022
Manchin’s Goal to Get MVP Natural Gas Conduit Completed Facing Opposition

Manchin’s Goal to Get MVP Natural Gas Conduit Completed Facing Opposition

An overhaul of natural gas pipeline permitting by Sen. Joe Manchin (D-WV) is set to be included in a congressional spending package this week, but some House Democrats are balking at the measure to clear the path for Mountain Valley Pipeline (MVP). Stopgap spending legislation, known as a continuing resolution (CR), is likely to be…

September 12, 2022
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