Infrastructure

Nord Stream Pipe Damage Sparks European Natural Gas Price Surge

Nord Stream Pipe Damage Sparks European Natural Gas Price Surge

European natural gas and power prices reversed a nearly week-long decline on Tuesday as news of potential damage to the Nord Stream 1 (NS1) and Nord Stream 2 (NS2) pipeline networks stoked concern about the future of Russian supply to the continent. The operator of NS1, Nord Stream AG, detected a drop in pressure late…

September 27, 2022
‘Continuing Headwinds’ Seen for Manchin Permitting Bill as Senate Vote Looms

‘Continuing Headwinds’ Seen for Manchin Permitting Bill as Senate Vote Looms

With the clock ticking, it remained unclear Tuesday whether Sen. Joe Manchin (D-WV) would secure the votes needed to pass a controversial permitting reform bill supported by the natural gas industry. The Senate Appropriations Committee released the text Monday evening of a continuing resolution (CR) to fund the federal government that must be passed by…

September 27, 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
API: European LNG Demand, Role of U.S. Natural Gas Outpaces Previous Estimates

API: European LNG Demand, Role of U.S. Natural Gas Outpaces Previous Estimates

The European Union has made significant progress to replace Russian natural gas, but an abrupt stop to pipeline flows could mean future U.S. LNG projects will be the key to rebalancing energy markets on the continent, industry groups highlighted in a new analysis. In a new report by Rystad Energy AS, conducted for the American…

September 26, 2022
Seven Midwest States Collaborating to Vie for Hydrogen Hub to Create Jobs, Lower Emissions 

Seven Midwest States Collaborating to Vie for Hydrogen Hub to Create Jobs, Lower Emissions 

A coalition of seven Midwest states plan to compete for a hydrogen hub designed to expand local economies, decrease emissions and reduce costs. The Midwest Hydrogen Coalition (M-H2) was formalized last week by the governors of Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, Minnesota, Ohio and Wisconsin. The aim is to snag a share of an $8 billion…

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
MVP Approval, Permitting Reforms at Stake as Senate Showdown Looms

MVP Approval, Permitting Reforms at Stake as Senate Showdown Looms

Sen. Joe Manchin (D-WV) unveiled the text Wednesday evening of a permitting reform bill that would streamline the review process for energy infrastructure and guarantee approval and completion of the 94% finished Mountain Valley Pipeline LLC (MVP) project. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) has said he would attach the bill to a continuing resolution…

September 22, 2022
Stabilis Working to Reach Overseas Customers with Small-Scale LNG After DOE Approval

Stabilis Working to Reach Overseas Customers with Small-Scale LNG After DOE Approval

The U.S. Department of Energy has authorized small-scale LNG provider Stabilis Solutions Inc. to export the super-chilled fuel across the world.  Stabilis has been cleared to export 51.75 Bcf of liquefied natural gas annually, or 140 MMcf/d, for a term of 28 years until Dec. 31, 2050.  “The DOE’s approval provides us with the ability…

September 22, 2022
CPV Proposes 1,800 MW Natural Gas Project Using CCS in West Virginia

CPV Proposes 1,800 MW Natural Gas Project Using CCS in West Virginia

Competitive Power Venture Inc. (CPV) has proposed a 1,800 MW combined-cycle natural gas power plant in West Virginia that could be the state’s first to utilize carbon capture and storage (CCS) infrastructure. CPV announced the potential $3 billion investment in Charleston, WV, earlier this month alongside Sen. Joe Manchin (D-WV). Maryland-based CPV also disclosed the…

September 22, 2022
Steel Reef Acquires 400 Miles of Bakken Natural Gas Gathering Assets

Steel Reef Acquires 400 Miles of Bakken Natural Gas Gathering Assets

Steel Reef Infrastructure Corp. has completed a $40 million purchase of natural gas gathering assets in North Dakota’s Burke and Mountrail counties from Summit Midstream Holdings LLC. The assets comprise 400 miles of gathering lines and six additional compressor stations adjacent to Steel Reef’s current infrastructure, the company said, adding it will pay for the…

September 22, 2022
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