Infrastructure

Influential Women , Infrastructure

Women in Energy: Tania Ortiz-Mena, Sempra Infrastructure

Today's featured 25 Influential Women in Energy honoree is Tania Ortiz-Mena, group president of clean power and energy networks at Sempra Infrastructure.

January 30, 2023

Infrastructure , Joint Ventures , Pipelines

Perma-Pipe International Holdings, Saudi Arabia Form Joint Venture

Perma-Pipe International Holdings will hold 60% of the joint venture, while Zamil Industrial Investment subsidiary Gulf Installation Group will hold the remaining 40%.

January 9, 2023

Infrastructure , Energy Transition , Pipelines

Hydrogen Initiatives Expand Opportunities for Midstream, But How Will Operators Respond?

Midstream investments face an uphill battle over supply and demand dynamics, permitting headaches and a lack of direct CCS incentives.  

January 5, 2023

Infrastructure , Health, Safety & Environment , Technology

Cyber Pirates, Hackers Threaten US Offshore Operators

Cyberattacks could potentially trigger a Deepwater Horizon scale disaster but the Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement has been slow to act, a federal report found.

December 16, 2022

International , Infrastructure , Pipelines

Germany, Norway Want NATO to Protect Subsea Infrastructure after Nord Stream Attacks

European countries have stepped up vigilance around critical installations after the Nord Stream 1 and 2 pipelines ruptured in September. Russia denies sabotaging the pipelines and sought to blame Britain for the incident. London denied involvement.

December 1, 2022

Crude Oil , Infrastructure , Construction

Enterprise’s Deepwater SPOT Project Receives Conditional Green Light

Enterprise’s Sea Port Oil Terminal could export 2 MMbbl/d from nearly 30 miles offshore of the Houston area directly onto VLCCs.

November 23, 2022

Liquefied Natural Gas , Infrastructure , Midstream

Freeport LNG Yet to Submit Texas Plant Restart Request, Source Says

Freeport LNG on Nov. 18 said it was targeting a mid-December restart for its Texas export plant. However, a lack of a full request has raised questions about the company’s ability to meet its latest restart timeline.

November 22, 2022

Liquefied Natural Gas , Infrastructure , Construction

Delfin Gets More Time to Build US Gulf of Mexico LNG Export Plant

In September 2017, FERC authorized Delfin to put its project into service by September 2019. Since then, FERC has granted several one-year extensions to complete the project.

November 21, 2022

Markets , Infrastructure , Midstream

White House Announces $13 Billion in Funding to Modernize Power Grids

The $1.2 trillion infrastructure law, passed last year, provides $10.5 billion to harden power systems against growing threats like extreme weather and climate change, the DOE said, and a further $2.5 billion to help build new transmission lines.

November 18, 2022

Liquefied Natural Gas , Infrastructure , Midstream

US Energy Regulators Unanimously Approve Commonwealth LNG Terminal

The Commonwealth LNG project, expected to export 8.4 million tonnes a year of LNG from Cameron, Louisiana, was the first to be approved by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) in more than two years.

November 18, 2022