Mexico’s commitment to developing a natural gas pipeline system was based on economic sense and is expected to prime the country for growth.
CERAWeek panel expresses concern over the ability to serve regions if projects cannot move forward.
Alaska lawmaker and Enbridge CEO offer solutions to issues blocking North American infrastructure projects.
Shipowners are expected to rely on refiners to comply with IMO’s low-sulfur fuel rules that will take effect in 2020.
LNG sellers may push back, but Stratas Advisors says that momentum is clearly on the buyers' side and has been for some time.
Alliance aims to move away from long-term contracts and gain flexibility
Second terminal on Baltic Sea presented as an alternative to a planned pipeline to Norway.
The U.S. started exporting gas from the Lower 48 in February 2016, when the first vessel left Cheniere Energy's Sabine Pass export terminal in Louisiana.
TransCanada Corp's chief operating officer, Alex Pourbaix, is retiring from the company in May, a TransCanada spokesman said March 28.
Local authorities had sought to move landfall of natural gas line from Azerbaijan.
Norwegian bank DNB has sold its share of loans funding the Dakota Access pipeline, it said on March 26.
Canadian crude-by-rail exports to the U.S. rose 48% in October vs. the previous month, National Energy Board (NEB) data showed on Jan. 11, as volumes recovered from a steep slump earlier in the year.
Energy companies that had planned to ship crude on the Dakota Access Pipeline will turn to rail, a transport method that poses its own risks to the environment and local communities, Reuters reported.
Watco To Acquire Additional Bulk Terminals From Kinder Morgan
Transport Minister Marc Garneau confirmed the plan in an interview with CBC Radio's "The House," the broadcaster said on its website.