Supreme Court’s Uinta Basin Rail Case Raises Stakes for LNG, Pipelines

The lawsuit, involving crude transport via railway in the Uinta Basin, is part of a larger intragovernmental fight that could have implications for how FERC decides pipeline and LNG plant permitting.

Honeywell Bags Air Products’ LNG Process, Equipment Business for $1.8B

Honeywell is growing its energy transition services offerings with the acquisition of Air Products’ LNG process technology and equipment business for $1.81 billion.

Golden Pass LNG’s not so Golden Days

The $9.25 billion Golden Pass LNG project is arguably not having a golden moment at eight months behind schedule and some $2 billion over budget. Owners QatarEnergy and Exxon Mobil Corp. have begun damage control.

Freeport LNG Readying Operation Restart After Hurricane Beryl, Sources Say

The facility is not expected to resume shipments of LNG until the port of Freeport, which is operating under vessel transit restrictions, fully reopens.

Diversified to Buy East Texas NatGas Assets from Crescent Pass

Diversified Energy’s $106 million deal with Crescent Pass Energy comes during a prolonged dip in natural gas prices that some analysts expect to rebound as demand ramps up for LNG exports and power demand.

BPX Expands Its US Shale Game

BPX CEO Kyle Koontz delves into development plans in the Permian, Eagle Ford and Haynesville.

Offshore Guyana: ‘The Place to Spend Money’

Exxon Mobil, Hess and CNOOC are prepared to pump as much as $105 billion into the vast potential of the Stabroek Block.

Shell Trinidad Takes FID at Manatee Offshore Gas Field

Shell Trinidad and Tobago Ltd. has taken FID on the Manatee cross-border gas field. Manatee will start production in 2027 and at its peak add 104,000 boe/d or 604 MMcf/d of natural gas to Trinidad’s production profile.

Darbonne: The Tesla, the Airport, a Scandal and a Swimming Pool

The summer of 2024 won’t be powered by an EV. And it won’t be in the Anthropocene epoch.

Gulf Coast Ports Slowly Reopening to LNG After Beryl Strikes

With more than 2 million without power in the Houston area following Hurricane Beryl’s July 8 landfall, and little information on outages from CenterPoint Energy, a workaround can be found using the Whataburger app.