For LNG, 2023 is the New 2014

Recent announcements show it’s no cliché to say that LNG is heating up again.

Exclusive: Equitrans CEO – MVP’s Approval Can Be ‘Canary in the Coal Mine’

Equitrans CEO Tom Karam said he’s thrilled with the definitive approval of Mountain Valley Pipeline, which could lead to further reform of U.S. permitting regulations.

Passage of Debt Bill Clears Way for MVP, Swifter Permitting for Infrastructure

The MVP natural gas pipeline and a swifter permitting process win as debt ceiling legislation weathers resistance from senators.

SUPER DUG: Summit Carbon Solutions' Risky Approach to Midwest Carbon Express CCS Project

Summit Carbon Solutions' COO James Powell sat down with Hart Energy's Jennifer Pallanich at SUPER DUG to discuss the current status of the Midwest Carbon Express pipeline project and his company's high risk, high reward approach. 

OTC: Alaska Oil Pipeline Still Goes with the Flow

Pipeline has employed groundbreaking engineering to move oil from Alaska for 46 years.

CCS Project Paves Way to Gulf Coast Carbon Leadership, LSU Study Says

An LSU energy studies report cited Gulf Coast Sequestration’s planned CCS facility as a way for the region to build its carbon market.

Targa, EnLink, ONEOK Building Out in a Hurry

With natural gas flows on track to rise, Targa, EnLink and ONEOK are racing to keep up.

Energy Transfer’s Record Volumes Powered Strong Q4 Earnings

NGL transport led the way as Energy Transfer enjoyed a strong fourth-quarter 2022 earnings report.

TC Energy Reports Strong Growth, Despite Q4 Charges

Comparable income beat analyst estimates, but TC Energy took a Q4 loss due to charges with the Keystone pipeline spill and Coastal GasLink costs.

Argentina Inks Deal for Vaca Muerta Gas Infrastructure

The Vaca Muerta infrastructure plan, expected to be approved in March, aims to boost a pair of gas pipeline projects — La Carlota-Tio Pujio and Reversal del Norte —as well as build compression plants.