The government of Panama is partnering with energy companies to develop advanced biorefinery that will increase low-carbon aviation fuel supply to help achieve the government's goal of net-zero carbon emissions by 2050.
The project is aimed at increasing natural gas deliveries to the South Texas markets.
Ottawa has held talks with European countries about ways to boost energy exports to the continent. However, Canada does not have any East Coast LNG facilities and only one under construction on its west coast.
The expansion project will increase the Permian Highway Pipeline’s capacity of natural gas takeaway from the Permian Basin to the Gulf Coast by nearly 650 MMcf/d.
TC Energy and GreenGasUSA are collaborating to develop transportation hubs for natural gas, including renewable natural gas, in an effort to make natural gas and renewable energy sources more economically viable.
Russian steel and nickel imports required to build U.S. LNG export facilities are reaching higher prices, which could decrease returns but shouldn't halt the construction projects, according to analysts.
Summit’s project, backed by Continental Resources, is meant to capture millions of tons of CO₂ from 32 Midwest ethanol plants and pipe it nearly 2,000 miles to an underground storage site in North Dakota.
The consortium—which includes Dow, Fluxys, Partners Group and Buss Group—is planning to build the zero-carbon emission LNG terminal at Dow’s industrial park in Stade, Germany, by 2026.
TotalEnergies recently became the leading exporter of U.S. LNG, most of which has been exported to Europe in recent times, contributing to the continent’s security of energy supply, CEO Patrick Pouyanné says.