Pipelines
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
Tough times for services industries
16 July 2015
Service companies are especially vulnerable when oil prices fall, as orders dry up and they have little to hedge with in the short term
Gasunie and Gazprom look to partner on Nord Stream pipeline
9 July 2015
The companies met in July to discuss collaborating on the Nord Stream pipeline
Gazprom cancels Saipem pipeline contract
9 July 2015
The company will no longer lay the first line of subsea pipeline South Stream
Gazprom revives Nord Stream boost
19 June 2015
Three European companies will back the doubling of the Nord Stream gas line
Pemex to upgrade creaky infrastructure in $900m deal
24 April 2015
The deal will work on a natural gas pipeline project to expand the company's infrastructure
Croatia and Montenegro to connect to TAP gas pipeline
19 March 2015
The line will link Azerbaijani gas to Europe, but Balkan want some for their own energy resources
China-Myanmar oil pipeline starts flowing
9 February 2015
Test runs have begun on the pipeline which cost $1.5bn to build over five years
New Silk Road to bind China and Central Asia with rail and pipelines
11 December 2014
Rising gas supplies are at the centre of a burgeoning new regional relationship
South Stream pipeline halt throws focus back on Ukraine
3 December 2014
An alternative route for Russian gas could carve through Ukraine into the rest of Europe
Gazprom and OMV forge pipeline through Austria
25 June 2014
Each will hold a 50% stake in a new company that will build the South Stream pipeline
Israel heads for pipelines instead of LNG hub
10 June 2014
Investment plans scrapped and domestic opposition to a land based hub means Israel will focus on a regional pipeline network
Russia pushes to revive western China gas route
5 June 2014
With the ink still drying on a landmark gas trade contract, Russia is already pushing a second deal with China that would revive a proposal to build a pipeline from Russia's West Siberia gasfields into northwestern China, according to president Vladimir Putin's chief of staff Sergei Ivanov
Western conflict with Russia could seal China gas supply deal
17 March 2014
Western threats against Russian energy give China the perfect chance to seal a long-term gas supply deal on good terms
Alberta’s oil on the cusp of new era as export routes emerge
7 March 2014
The oil sands’ pipeline bottleneck is starting to ease. But cost inflation remains a problem
Contradictions in US climate and energy policy
18 February 2014
The latest developments in the tortuous Keystone XL pipeline review highlight the contradictions in US energy and climate change policies
Optimism high for Russia and China gas supply deal
18 February 2014
Experts believe Gazprom and China National Petroleum Corporation (CNPC) will reach a deal this year
East African refined products pipeline firms up
5 February 2014
The governments of Uganda, Kenya and Rwanda are planning to construct an East African refined products pipeline, in a move to end the unreliability of truck supplies to inland East Africa
Russia still dominates European pipelines
11 September 2013
The Trans-Adriatic Pipeline is too small to make a strategic difference to European gas supplies, especially as Russian firms move to gain more control of Caspian energy exports, writes Audrey Dubois-Hebert, a researcher at Strategic Analysis
Canada sidesteps KXL with Energy East
12 August 2013
Faced with growing oil-sands production and delays to export pipelines to the US, Canada is moving ahead with a 1.1 million barrel a day (b/d) link from Alberta to the Atlantic coast
Shah Deniz gas to be transported by Trans Adriatic Pipeline
28 June 2013
The Nabucco project has failed to be chosen to transport Caspian gas to Europe
Canada looks to Venezuela's territory in the US Gulf Coast
31 May 2013
As the debate over the proposed Keystone XL pipeline has raged, one voice has been notable for its absence: Venezuela's