Infrastructure

Latest U.S. Natural Gas Resource Appraisal Bucks 14-Year Trend

Latest U.S. Natural Gas Resource Appraisal Bucks 14-Year Trend

Since the dawn of the shale revolution, periodic estimates of technically recoverable U.S. natural gas resources have trended upward. Until now. That is a key takeaway from the latest installment of the “Future Supply of Natural Gas in the United States,” an authoritative assessment issued biennially by the Potential Gas Committee (PGC). Last week, the…

October 24, 2021
Mexico Energy Reform Could Spark Legal Controversies, Deloitte Energy Head Says

Mexico Energy Reform Could Spark Legal Controversies, Deloitte Energy Head Says

The energy law proposal “opens a delicate door because, in the future, the Mexican government could face claims of direct or indirect expropriation of investments, which could mean the state has to compensate for certain damages,” Valeria Vázquez, Energy and Resources Industry leader at Deloitte in Mexico and Central America, told NGI’s Mexico GPI. “To…

October 22, 2021
Mississippi Chosen As Site for Massive Green Hydrogen Hub

Mississippi Chosen As Site for Massive Green Hydrogen Hub

Hy Stor Energy LP and Connor, Clark & Lunn Infrastructure (CC&L) are partnering to develop what they claim will be the first-ever zero-carbon green hydrogen storage hub in the United States. The proposed Mississippi Clean Hydrogen Hub reportedly will be up to 10 times larger than any other U.S. green hydrogen project and rank among…

October 22, 2021
NOAA’s Winter Weather Outlook a Mixed Bag for Natural Gas Demand

NOAA’s Winter Weather Outlook a Mixed Bag for Natural Gas Demand

Looming winter freezes could drive elevated demand for natural gas in parts of the northern United States, while festering drought conditions in the Southwest could fuel consumption when weather heats up next spring to offset lighter hydropower. Elsewhere, demand could prove lighter than normal. These were among the takeaways from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric…

October 21, 2021
Pennsylvania Court Orders Release of Emails by Energy Transfer Regarding ME Pipeline

Pennsylvania Court Orders Release of Emails by Energy Transfer Regarding ME Pipeline

The Delaware County Court of Common Pleas in Pennsylvania last week ordered the public release of emails between Energy Transfer LP, which is expanding the Mariner East (ME) natural gas liquids (NGL) pipeline system, and officials in a county township. Since 2016 ME has carried increasing NGL volumes from processing facilities in the Marcellus and…

October 21, 2021
Kinder Morgan’s Focusing on Natural Gas Growth Today, with Slow Transition to Low-Carbon Projects

Kinder Morgan’s Focusing on Natural Gas Growth Today, with Slow Transition to Low-Carbon Projects

As natural gas demand continues to outstrip supply, Kinder Morgan Inc. is in preliminary discussions with Texas regulators and other stakeholders about expanding storage capabilities outside its current market area, CEO Steven Kean said Wednesday. Kean joined other members of the executive team to discuss with investors the third quarter results. Kean said the additional…

October 21, 2021
Quebec Premier Calls for Banning Hydrocarbon Production, LNG Exports

Quebec Premier Calls for Banning Hydrocarbon Production, LNG Exports

Foreshadowed for years, French Canada said it plans to ban fossil fuel production by rejecting exploration and production development and liquefied natural gas (LNG) exports. “The government of Quebec has taken a decision to renounce, definitively, extraction of hydrocarbons in its territory,” said Premier Fancois Legault. He announced the move in an annual State of…

October 21, 2021
Venture Global Lands Deals to Supply China’s Sinopec from Plaquemines LNG Export Project

Venture Global Lands Deals to Supply China’s Sinopec from Plaquemines LNG Export Project

Venture Global LNG Inc. has signed two long-term sales and purchase agreements to supply state-owned China Petroleum & Chemical Corp., aka Sinopec, with liquefied natural gas (LNG) from its Plaquemines export terminal under development in Louisiana.  Sinopec agreed last month to purchase 2.8 million metric tons/year (mmty) on a free-on-board (FOB) basis in one deal…

October 20, 2021
Baker Hughes Eyeing More LNG Orders into 2022 as Customers Look to Build Global Supplies

Baker Hughes Eyeing More LNG Orders into 2022 as Customers Look to Build Global Supplies

Baker Hughes Co. expects to score a few orders for liquefied natural gas (LNG) equipment before year’s end, with a double-digit growth forecast for 2022, CEO Lorenzo Simonelli said Wednesday. Simonelli and CFO Brian Worrell shared a microphone to detail for investors the 3Q2021 performance. Some “challenges” hit the bottom during the quarter, Simonelli said,…

October 20, 2021
Chesapeake Utilities Ohio RNG Pipeline Set to Ramp Up

Chesapeake Utilities Ohio RNG Pipeline Set to Ramp Up

Chesapeake Utilities Corp. has completed construction of its Noble Road Landfill renewable natural gas (RNG) pipeline project in Ohio and is projected to flow gas by the end of the year. The 33.1-mile pipeline is designed to transport RNG generated from the Noble Road landfill in Shiloh, OH, to subsidiary Aspire Energy’s pipeline system. The…

October 20, 2021
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