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Oceaneering conducts Freedom AUV pipeline inspection pilot for TotalEnergies

TotalEnergies and Oceaneering International, Inc. announced that the Freedom™ autonomous underwater vehicle (AUV) has completed a pipeline inspection industrial pilot, demonstrating its capabilities for sustainable commercial pipeline inspection missions.

Argentina government unblocks key Petrobras gas shipment amid supply cuts

Argentina's government, facing domestic gas shortages and targeted service cuts, has unblocked the unloading of a key Petrobras gas shipment, which it added should stabilize local supply.

U.S. natgas prices slide 3% on rising output, high stockpiles

U.S. natural gas futures slid about 3% on Wednesday on signs some drillers were starting to pull more gas out of the ground and worries about the tremendous oversupply of gas still in storage.

Congo Brazzaville becomes an LNG exporting country

After years of either declining or stable domestic natural gas production, the Republic of the Congo began exporting LNG for the first time when the first phase of a two-phase FLNG project began operating in February 2024.

TES, OQ Alternative Energy sign JSA for an e-NG facility in Oman

TES and OQ Alternative Energy announced that they have entered in a Joint Study Agreement to assess the development of an e-NG facility in Oman.

Hess shareholders sign off on $53 B sale to Chevron

Hess shareholders approved the proposed $53 B merger with Chevron that paves the way for the No. 2 U.S. oil company to gain a prize asset and a foothold in rival ExxonMobil's massive Guyana discoveries.

Aethon Energy to buy Tellurian upstream assets for $260 MM

Aethon Energy will acquire Tellurian's upstream assets for $260 MM and purchase 2 MMtpy of LNG from its Driftwood LNG plant, the companies said on Wednesday.

Pinon Midstream increases sour gas treating capacity in Delaware Basin, New Mexico (U.S.)

Piñon Midstream announced the commissioning of its third 450-gpm amine treating unit, which is now in service at its sour natural gas treating and carbon capture facility, the Dark Horse Treating Facility, New Mexico.

Veolia, Waga Energy and ENGIE collaborate to develop renewable natural gas industry in France

With the growing need to develop local, low-carbon energies, Veolia, a leader in bioenergies, Waga Energy, a global expert in the production of renewable natural gas (RNG) from landfills, and ENGIE, a world leader in low-carbon energy and services, have created an unprecedented partnership to take a significant step forward in the development of the RNG industry in France.

UK's National Grid seeks buyer for Europe's biggest LNG terminal

British energy infrastructure operator National Grid said it is looking to sell its Grain liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminal in Britain, Europe's largest such facility, in a bid to streamline operations.

Norway's Nyhamna gas plant evacuated due to fire

Norway's Nyhamna natural gas processing plant, which supplies Britain through a pipeline under the North Sea, was evacuated on Tuesday following a fire.

Russia's January–April natural gas output up 7.8%

Russia's natural gas output for January to April rose 7.8% yr-on-yr to 253.3 Bm3 thanks to a rising domestic demand and eastbound exports.

EU approves law to hit gas imports with methane emissions limit

European Union countries approved a law on Monday to impose methane emissions limits on Europe's oil and gas imports from 2030, pressuring international suppliers to cut leaks of the potent greenhouse gas.

Finland’s Gasgrid has sold 95% of 2024 LNG terminal capacity

The LNG terminal operated by Gasgrid in Inkoo has already sold 95% of its reservation capacity for this year.

Energy Transfer expands Permian presence with $3.25-B acquisition of WTG Midstream

Energy Transfer said it will buy WTG Midstream Holdings in a deal valued at about $3.25 B, the latest acquisition in the midstream sector aimed at expanding transportation and processing network in the Permian Basin.

Asian spot LNG prices at five-month high on firm demand, geopolitical risks

Asian spot liquefied natural gas (LNG) prices surged to a five-month high, marking the fourth consecutive week of gains.

Equinor to invest more than $1.1 B to further develop gas infrastructure in the Troll West gas province

Equinor and the Troll partners have decided to invest just more than $1.1 B to further develop the gas infrastructure in the Troll West gas province.

Indian refiners’ use of crude tankers to export diesel slows in May

Indian refiners' use of crude oil vessels to ship refined fuels such as diesel to key European markets has diminished in May after volumes neared two-year high levels last month

Ohmium selected to provide 10-MW PEM electrolyzers for green H2 project in Croatia

Ohmium International was selected to equip the first green H2 project in Croatia with a PEM electrolyzer.

Energy Workforce responds to U.S. Energy Secretary's testimony on LNG export permit pause

Energy Workforce responds to U.S. Energy Secretary's testimony on LNG export permit pause

U.S. natgas prices jump 6% to 4-month high as rising LNG feedgas boosts demand

U.S. natural gas futures jumped about 6% to a four-month high on Wednesday on lifted forecasts for weekly demand and as more gas was flowing to liquefied natural gas (LNG) export plants with flows to Freeport LNG’s plant in Texas up to an 11-month high.

Australian natural gas industry seeks policy repairs to boost investment

Australia's natural gas industry executives are seeking more measures to restore an investment environment they say has been damaged by a series of state interventions to boost domestic supply and curb soaring energy prices.

Tecnimont, Baker Hughes awarded an EPC contract for Hassi R'mel (Algeria) gas gathering system upgrade

MAIRE announced that a consortium composed by its subsidiary Tecnimont Integrated E&C Solutions and Baker Hughes has been awarded by SONATRACH an EPC contract for the implementation of three gas boosting stations and the upgrading of the gathering system, located at the Hassi R’mel gas field, 550 km south of Algiers.

JERA warns of switching investment from Australia unless it gets govt support

Japan's top power generator JERA warned on Thursday it could consider fuel purchases and investments in Asia, the Middle East and the U.S. if Australia does not provide sufficient financial support.

Youth climate-change lawsuit targets Alaska LNG project

Eight young Alaska residents sued the state on Wednesday seeking to block a major natural gas project, the latest in a string of climate-change related lawsuits by youths arguing that government policies promoting fossil fuels violate their rights.

bp pauses gas-field talks with Venezuela as license expires

Oil major bp has paused discussions with Venezuela on the development of a gas project on the maritime border with Trinidad and Tobago following the expiration of a U.S. license to Venezuela in April.

ADNOC to acquire 10% equity stake in major LNG development in Mozambique

ADNOC announced the acquisition of Galp’s 10% interest in the Area 4 concession of the Rovuma basin in Mozambique, entitling ADNOC to a share of the LNG production from the concession, which has a combined production capacity exceeding 25 MMtpy.

Gato Negro Permitium Uno seeks U.S. DOE approval to ship gas to Mexico

Gato Negro Permitium Uno is seeking U.S. permission to export gas to Mexico, turn it into LNG and send it to countries with U.S. free-trade agreements.

Firm building QatarEnergy-Exxon LNG plant in Texas (U.S.) files for bankruptcy

The lead contractor building a Texas LNG plant for QatarEnergy and ExxonMobil on Tuesday filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection, citing challenges at the project.

Lead contractor building Golden Pass LNG plant in Texas files for bankruptcy

On Tuesday, the lead contractor building a Texas liquefied natural gas (LNG) plant for QatarEnergy and ExxonMobil filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection, citing challenges at the project.