Pipelines
Southern Gas Corridor project defies sceptics
16 April 2018
Azeri gas will be flowing into Europe via a new route by the summer
Iraq considers oil export options
6 April 2018
As plans are made to rebuild its oil pipeline to Turkey, Iraq is hoping to open export routes to Iran and Jordan
Pipeline fight splits Canada
1 March 2018
Alberta is trying to transform its image and pry open new markets
Jordan eyes Iraqi crude for expanded refinery
14 February 2018
The country has approved in principle a plan for a pipeline to import Iraq's oil
Uganda leading pipeline race
13 February 2018
The country's oil-export pipeline will make progress. Tanzania's LNG plans probably won’t
Forties crude flows again, but safety concerns linger
9 January 2018
Continuing investigations by UK authorities into the temporary closure of a key North Sea pipeline network could signal further safety worries
Fading Canadian pipeline ambition
5 January 2018
The revival of Keystone XL and Canada's tricky pipeline politics doomed Energy East
Russia's TMK prepares IPO for US division
19 December 2017
The pipeline maker is seeking to capitalise on a profit recovery in its North American operations, driven by the upturn in the shale sector
TransCanada gets Keystone XL approval—but there’s a catch
21 November 2017
Nebraska regulators rejected the pipeline builders preferred route, but ok’d an alternative, handing the company a complicated victory
Nord Stream 2: Pay your money, take your choice
6 October 2017
The pipeline faces a tough financing climate and continued opposition
Uganda-Tanzanian pipe dream
10 August 2017
The Uganda-Tanzania oil pipeline route is close to becoming a reality. Kenya will have to go it alone
Gazprom's low cash flow, high spending
7 June 2017
Russia's gas behemoth continues to sink money into projects of dubious value
Keystone XL's first hurdle passed
10 May 2017
The challenges are not over for the pipeline which will run from Alberta to the Gulf Coast
In the US northeast, more pipes and more gas
29 March 2017
New infrastructure will unleash new supplies from the Marcellus and Utica. It could temper the recent price rally
Turkey gears up
22 March 2017
The country must cross several hurdles before it can channel significant gas supplies to Europe
Canada's dearth to deluge
1 March 2017
Not long ago the oil sands looked hemmed in by a lack of pipeline capacity. Now they may have too much
Odebrecht's trail of destruction
20 February 2017
The builder's region-wide corruption scheme has endangered energy projects across Latin America, none more important that Peru's Southern Gas Pipeline
Tapping out
8 December 2016
The Trans-Alaska Pipeline—an economic lifeline for the state and an American oil industry icon—is under threat as output declines
America's pipeline wars
7 November 2016
Public opposition and shrinking growth opportunities have put the midstream in a tough spot. Expect more deal-making
Gazprom's commitments strain the budget
28 September 2016
The revival of a project to ship gas to Turkey puts more pressure on a company already struggling
Tanzania’s Ugandan oil coup
1 June 2016
East African producers now have a timetable for exports. Their oil will reach the sea by 2020
Tanga time
3 May 2016
Tanzania and Kenya fought hard to win Uganda’s approval for an oil-export route. Tanzania won
Uncertainties persist over African pipeline route
19 January 2016
A pipeline to ship oil from Kenya and Uganda to Africa’s east coast has become essential, but agreements on the route are far from settled
Glimmers of promise in Ukrainian gas, for now
13 January 2016
Don't expect a new Gazprom-Naftogaz crisis out this year. At least that's the message from Kiev
Norway completes Polarled line under budget
20 October 2015
Work on the 26.6bn cm/yr Polarled line is now done. It is the first pipeline on the Norwegian continental shelf to cross the Arctic Circle
Gazprom signs long-term contracts with manufacturers
8 October 2015
Gazprom CEO Alexei Miller has signed long-term agreements with Russian equipment and pipeline manufacturers