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Day 12 of Ukraine invasion: No breakthrough in talks as attacks continue and humanitarian crisis worsens

Efforts to establish evacuation corridors for non-combatants have failed in recent days, even as the assault left hundreds of thousands of residents without water, heat or natural gas. Ukraine has accused Russia of disrupting two attempts to allow civilians to leave over the weekend and allow much-needed supplies to arrive. …

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Argentina invites tenders for the construction of the first phase of the VacaMuerta gas pipeline project

Argentina is inviting bids for the construction of the proposed gas pipeline project from Vaca Muerta shale gas reserves in Neuquen province, Reuters reported. The government has now launched tenders to acquire 656 km of pipelines for the construction of the first stage of the project, the cost of which …

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Russian gas transit via Ukraine remains low – Business & Economy

MOSCOW, February 21. /TASS/. Demand for Russian gas transit through Ukrainian territory remains low, equaling the level of mid-January, according to data provided by Ukraine’s Gas Transmission System (GTS) operator. Gas transit through Ukraine has been falling since the beginning of the month, standing at around 46.5 million cubic meters …

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Pipeline expansion would increase natural gas flow in northwest

A Canadian company is proposing a project to increase the capacity of its pipeline carrying natural gas through the Northwest. TC Energy wants to modify compressor stations along the Gas Transmission Northwest pipeline in Oregon, Washington and Idaho to move about 150,000 additional decatherms of gas through the region per …

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Reviews | The Mountain Valley pipeline can never be completed – it’s time for everyone to admit it

The first tree should never have been cut down, the ground never disturbed. This was held by the Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit February 3 decision on Mountain Valley Pipeline, LLC. Every act of resistance to the Mountain Valley Pipeline (MVP) in the past seven years is validated …

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How Ukraine could reshape Europe’s dependence on Russian natural gas

Which EU countries import the most Russian gas Country’s share of natural gas imports from Russia, 2020 Proportional boom width to the country’s gas share exports from Russia. Which EU countries import the most Russian gas Country’s share of natural gas imports from Russia, 2020 Arrow width proportional to share …

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3 TSX energy stocks with high dividend yields above 5% to buy today

Image source: Getty Images When the stock market got choppy recently and all those overvalued high-growth tech stocks fell, investors fled to value stocks. They are blue-chip, large-cap companies with good balance sheets, strong cash flow, steadily increasing profitability and dividends with a long and consistent payout history. Fortunately for …

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LNG import fails to alleviate gas crisis

The government imported expensive liquefied natural gas (LNG) to alleviate the growing gas crisis in different industrial sectors, but this failed to solve the problem. Recently, the gas crisis has become so acute that 25% of the capacity of local textile mills has gone unused over the past three months, …

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Whistler Pipeline Expansion to Add Gas Processing Connectivity and Boost Utilization

Strong points Extends the Midland Lateral by 36 inches in Martin County, Texas Rise for oil and gas production growth in the Midland Basin Could increase use of Permian-Gulf Coast main line The expansion of the Midland Basin lateral of Whistler Pipeline, recently announced by the owning consortium, promises to …

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Enbridge Sees Unusually High Options Volume (NYSE:ENB)

Enbridge Inc. (NYSE:ENB) (TSE:ENB) saw unusual options trading activity on Wednesday. Investors bought 20,216 put options on the company. This is a 1,036% increase from the average volume of 1,779 puts. NYSE:ENB shares opened at $41.26 on Thursday. The stock has a market capitalization of $83.60 billion, a P/E ratio …

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Iran Leads Middle East Mid-Level Project Launch by 2025, GlobalData Says

Iran is expected to start operating 27 mid-size oil and gas projects between 2021 and 2025, representing 22% of upcoming mid-stage projects in the Middle East, according to GlobalData, a leading data and analytics company. GlobalData’s latest report, “Middle East Midstream New-Build and Expansion Projects Outlook, 2021-2025,” points out that …

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Alexey Miller: 2021 was Gazprom’s record year

January 2, 2022 We have received operational data on the performance of the Company during the year 2021. For Gazprom, it was a record year. In 2021, we produced 514.8 billion cubic meters of gas. This is the best result of the last 13 years. It topped the 2020 result …

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Which utility stock is a better buy?

Brookfield Infrastructure Corporation, based in New York (BIPC) owns and operates regulated natural gas transmission networks in Brazil. The company is also engaged in the regulated distribution of gas and electricity in the United Kingdom. In comparison, Archaea Energy Inc. (LFG), headquartered at Canonsburg, Pennsylvania, is a producer of renewable …

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North Macedonia provides update on Azerbaijani gas reception project

December 28, 2021 02:55 PM (UTC + 04: 00) 169 Through Tendency So far, the feasibility study, cost-benefit analysis, environmental and social impact assessment and final project design are prepared for the gas interconnection between North Macedonia and Greece, which will guarantee access to Azerbaijani gas, said the Ministry of …

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Transco and Columbia ask FERC to quickly review brownfield extensions to serve VNG

Strong points Would add around 100,000 Dt / d to reach Southeast Virginia Source of supply of VNG after the cancellation of the ACP project Transcontinental Gas Pipe Line and Columbia Gas Transmission have applied to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission for permission to enter the early review process for …

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Enbridge (NYSE: ENB) Receives New C $ 60.00 Price Target at Royal Bank of Canada

Enbridge (NYSE: ENB) (TSE: ENB) saw its target price cut by analysts at the Royal Bank of Canada from C $ 61.00 to C $ 60.00 in a research report released on Monday, Fly reports. The company currently has an “outperformance” rating on the shares of the pipeline company. Other …

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ONEOK – Consensus indicates downside potential of -11.8%

ONEOK with ticker code (OKE) now have 20 analysts covering the stock. Analyst consensus indicates a rating of “Hold”. The target price varies between 68 and 46 by calculating the average target price that we see 56.45. With the stock’s previous close at 64.01, that would imply a potential drop …

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Proposed school will be steps away from dangerous pipelines – NBC10 Philadelphia

After a year of being locked away in their Philly townhouse, Cameron and Brianna Stevens decided to buy a three-acre home in Delaware County. “I wanted to raise our children in a healthier, calmer and more peaceful environment,” Brianna Stevens said. The couple are expecting their first child. So when …

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SNGPL and SSGC execute 7 major projects to strengthen the gas transmission network

ISLAMABAD, (UrduPoint / Pakistan Point News – November 21, 2021): The two state-owned companies, Sui Northern Gas Pipelines Limited (SNGPL) and Sui Southern Gas Company (SSGC) are executing at least seven major projects to strengthen gas transmission and distribution networks in their respective areas. SNGPL is constructing a 12 kilometer …

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B.C. Pipeline Closes After Flood, Squeezing Suma Prices

Strong points Sumas futures surge after blackout The cold could drive up prices The shutdown of one of two natural gas lines in Westcoast Energy’s BC Pipeline, following severe flooding in the Vancouver, British Columbia area, pushed up prices in some regional price centers, and higher demand could cause prices …

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Fortis BC Says Gas Supply “Secure and Stable” As Weather Conditions Impact Pipelines

While there have been concerns on social media about possible problems for natural gas customers due to significant flooding in the province, Fortis BC says there are sufficient natural gas to meet current seasonal demand. “Between what we receive from the T-South line and our ability to tap into our …

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Strategic cooperation between Gazprom and ENGIE supported by long-term contracts

16 November 2021, 15:55 A working meeting of Alexey miller, Chairman of the Management Committee of Gazprom, with Jean-Pierre Clamadieu, Chairman of the Board of Directors of ENGIE, and Catherine MacGregor, Chief Executive Officer of ENGIE, took place today by conference call. It was noted that Russia has been a …

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TC Energy seeks to resolve dispute with LNG Canada “quickly” and sanctions electrical compression project for Columbia’s gas network

The management of TC Energy Corp. hopes to quickly resolve a dispute over rising costs related to the Coastal GasLink pipeline connecting Alberta’s gas supply to the massive liquefied natural gas (LNG) project underway in British Columbia (BC). ). In its second quarter earnings report released last week, the Canadian …

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Onshore Oil and Gas Pipeline Market (2021 to 2027) – Size and Forecast with Impact Analysis of COVID-19 – Natural Gas Pipeline Co. of America, Columbia Gas Transmission Co., Transcontinental Gas Pipeline Co., etc. – NeighborWebSJ

The latest research report on Global Onshore Oil and Gas Pipeline Market was conducted in a variety of industries in various regions to provide a report containing data exceeding 100+ pages. The report offers a mix of qualitative and quantifiable information by focusing on aspects such as key market developments, …

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LNG terminals: the open dream of the market

ISLAMABAD: Once again power cuts and a shortage of gas in the country. This time, it is the drydocking of Engro’s liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminal. Skeptics argue that better planning and coordination and timely decisions could have prevented or at least alleviated the problem. Engro will be able to …

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Fitch confirms GAIL (India) with a negative outlook

Fitch Ratings Confirmed GAIL (India) Limited’s Long Term Foreign Currency Issuer Default Rating at “BBB-” with a Negative Outlook New Delhi: Fitch Ratings has confirmed GAIL (India) Limited’s long-term default rating of foreign currency issuers at “BBB-” with a negative outlook. The utility rating is capped at the same level …

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FERC Notice of Inquiry into Interstate Pipeline Policy Statement Gets Industry Commentary | Morgan Lewis – Power and pipes

Nearly 200 comments were filed in response to FERC’s Notice of Investigation (IA) of February 18, 2021 which sought new information and insight on whether it should revise its policy statement on the certification of new interstate natural gas transmission facilities (policy statement). As we discussed in our February 19 …

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Minnesota Court of Appeals Confirms Line 3RP Reviewed SIEF, Certificate of Need, and Highway License

“After six years of community engagement, environmental review, regulatory and legal review, it is good to see confirmation of previous decisions regarding the Line 3 replacement project,” said Vern Yu, Executive Vice President and President of Enbridge Liquids Pipelines. “From the outset, the project was aimed at improving the safety …

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Rare FERC decision sparks heated debate over the commission’s role in assessing the climate impacts of pipelines

Dive brief: Federal energy regulatory commissioners reopened the debate on Thursday over whether federal regulators should take climate change into account when considering the environmental impacts of a pipeline project. The commissioners voted 3-2 to approve two pipeline projects proposed by the Northern Natural Gas Company in Minnesota and the …

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Enbridge Federal Court Case Receives Broad Support from Government, Business and Workers in Michigan, Canada and Across the Region | state

CALGARY, AB and LANSING, Michigan, May 12, 2021 / CNW / – The government of Canada and entities representing hundreds of thousands of businesses and workers across the Great Lakes region United States and Canada demonstrated its support for Enbridge’s case in Federal Court over the Line 5 easement in …

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