Pipelines
Russia stays one step ahead
1 June 2007
A gas-export deal between Russia, Turkmenistan and Kazakhstan tightens Gazprom's grip on Europe's efforts to diversify its energy supply, writes Derek Brower
Taking a stand
1 February 2007
Nord Stream's offshore route is unnecessarily expensive, environmentally dangerous and represents an opportunity for the EU to defend its ground against Russia, writes Robert Amsterdam
Iran listens for pipes of peace
1 February 2007
Tehran is hoping that its energy customers' need for oil and gas will override adverse circumstances – prices and politics are stalling progress, reports James Gavin
Elaborate, daunting plans
1 February 2007
Energy shortages are a growing threat in South America because pipelines are not being built fast enough to keep up with demand, writes Robert Cauclanis
Combating corrosion
1 February 2007
Industry backed legislation will lead to considerable investment in pipeline safety improvements in the US. Anne Feltus reports
New use for old pipes
1 February 2007
Disused oil and gas lines could play a useful role in carbon capture and storage – transporting CO2 from industrial plants for burial in oil and gas reservoirs. The North Sea is leading the way, writes Ian Lewis
Oil to flow east
1 January 2007
Russian plans to go east to replace the west in Asia
Natural gas
1 December 2006
Caspian: South Caucasus Pipeline ready
Nabucco loses its plot
1 November 2006
Russia's Gazprom remains one step ahead of the European Union's (EU) efforts to diversify its energy sources, the Nabucco pipeline could provide it.
Unlocking the gas trap
1 November 2006
Bear-faced cheek
1 October 2006
Whatever the real reason behind Russia's decision to cut off crude supplies to Lithuania through the Druzhba pipeline, the affair highlights the vulnerability of Central and Eastern Europe's refiners to oil supply disruptions, writes NJ Watson
Enbridge: aggressive but conservative
1 August 2006
Canada's oil and gas sector needs more infrastructure. Enbridge wants to supply it. Derek Brower talks to the company's chief executive, Patrick Daniel