Natural gas
1 September 2008
Taxing times in the Rockies
1 February 2008
New pipeline capacity is urgently needed to bring gas from the US' Rocky Mountains to market, writes Anne Feltus
Malacca alternative
1 February 2008
A crude pipeline that avoids the bottleneck of the Malacca Straits has plenty of appeal for Mideast Gulf producers shipping oil to east Asia. But any such project faces significant hurdles, writes Martin Clark
New gas pipe quashed
25 November 2007
In a move seen as demonstrating her green credentials, the country's new energy minister has turned down StatoilHydro's planned further development of the Troll field – a decision that has led to the cancellation of plans for a new gas export pipeline to Europe, Martin Quinlan writes
Laying the pipes
1 October 2007
To fulfil its ambitions to create a single, united energy market supplied by a diversity of gas exporters, the EU needs infrastructure in place. Derek Brower looks at what is being built and where
Gas grid for the Gulf
1 August 2007
To help meet unprecedented gas-demand growth in the Mideast Gulf, two large supply projects are on the verge of start-up after a series of delays. However, while the Dolphin project is now on track, the Salman scheme remains deadlocked over gas price, writes Alex Forbes
Gazprom wins again
1 August 2007
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