“A conditional approval, as the state’s hearing officer recommended, would have satisfied the (DEQ’s) concerns … while meeting North Carolinians’ demand for natural gas,” MVP Southgate said in response.Read more
The president’s plans, part of a $2.25 trillion infrastructure and stimulus blueprint he is set to unveil in Pittsburgh on Wednesday, are meant to catalyze investments in a clean energy economy and encourage low-emission technology necessary to constrain global warming.Read more
On Wednesday, Blinken said he had told his German counterpart that U.S. sanctions against the pipeline from Russia to Germany were a real possibility and there was “no ambiguity” in American opposition to its construction.Read more
“As GIPL comes online, we expect to begin gas exports to Poland, similarly to what we did in Finland,” Ignitis Group CEO Darius Maikstenas told an online press conference on Monday.
“Potentially, most of the gas would be LNG from the port of Klaipeda,” he said.
Some of the LNG could be supplied via Poland to other markets, such as Ukraine, Maikstenas said.Read more
In practical terms, the oil sands revision clipped Exxon’s future growth prospects until oil prices rise, costs slide or technological advances make it profitable to drill those fields.Read more
2/19/221 (Reuters) — Texas oil refineries shut by cold-weather disruptions may take several weeks to resume normal operations, industry experts said on Friday, helping to push […]Read more
Virginia natural gas company RGC Resources Inc’s chief executive said the joint venture building the $5.8 billion-$6.0 billion Mountain Valley gas pipeline from West Virginia to Virginia expects to complete the project by the end of 2021.Read more
The head of the U.S. Senate energy committee, Joe Manchin, urged President Joe Biden to reverse his opposition to the Keystone XL pipeline, saying the project provides union jobs and is safer than transporting the oil via trucks and trains.Read more
Opponents of the Enbridge Line 3 replacement project, led by the Red Lake Band of Chippewa and White Earth Band of Ojibwe, said in their petition that construction would destroy land that is protected by treaty agreements and would violate cultural and religious rights.Read more
The total $38.7 billion project includes an 807-mile (1,300-km) pipeline with the capacity to transport about 3.3 billion cubic feet per day from the North Slope to a liquefaction plant in Nikiski on the Kenai Peninsula.Read more