LNG developer Tellurian announced this week that its Driftwood Pipeline subsidiary had submitted a formal application to the US Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) to construct and operate a dual pipeline in Louisiana.
A new report has found that the cost of supplying US LNG to Asia rose this year, but US production of the fuel is still anticipated to hit record highs.
US pipeline companies are facing a deadline for compliance with a cybersecurity directive issued last month by the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) following a ransomware attack on Georgia-based Colonial Pipeline.
Limetree Bay Ventures cites financial strains as the reason for its decision to suspend operations indefinitely at its refinery near St. Croix.
Mexico's customs service has declared that Pemex is now the only company that will be allowed to secure new permits or to renew existing permits for the import and export of petroleum products.
Petrobras, the national oil company (NOC) of Brazil, revealed last week that its appeal of a court decision concerning the ownership of a large natural gas field in Bolivia had been successful.
Ricardo Monreal, the majority leader of Mexico’s Senate, does not expect President Lopez Obrador to have an easy time securing the passage of a constitutional amendment that gives CFE advantages over private suppliers.
Kenya’s KenGen is set to modify its hydropower projects in a bid to make them resilient to climate change.
Adenia Partners, a private equity firm investing in Africa, has acquired a majority stake in Herholdt’s, a leading distributor of solar systems and low-voltage electrical products in South Africa, its first acquisition in the country.
South Africa’s exports to Europe could be negatively affected when the European Union imposes carbon taxes on imports, as the country is heavily reliant on coal-fired electricity.
The African Development Bank (AfDB) has approved an €83mn loan to finance the second phase of Egypt’s Electricity and Green Growth Support Programme.
Canadian oil sands production has rebounded and is now exceeding pre-pandemic levels, but the region is grappling with longer-term uncertainty.
According to Hess, ExxonMobil and its partners in the Stabroek block offshore Guyana are coming close to naming the Uaru-Mako complex as their fifth development target.
Bolivia’s national oil company (NOC) YPFB expects natural gas exports to neighbouring Argentina to remain at the level of 14mn cubic metres per day this winter.
Gasnorp, a subsidiary of the Colombian gas transportation company Promigas, will use software from Open International, a US-based company that develops solutions for utilities, to support a gasification project in Peru.
Brazil’s Petrobras revealed earlier this week that it had disqualified US-based Excelerate Energy from proceeding with its bid for the right to lease an underutilised LNG import terminal in Bahia State.
Australian independent Vintage Energy has encountered promising signs at its two drilling programmes in the Cooper Basin.
Australian integrated energy company Origin Energy is preparing to hold a production test at its shale gas play in the Northern Territory’s Beetaloo Sub-Basin.