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    Gas News - January 28

    There are 18 news articles for this date.

    Mergers, Acquisitions & Divestitures

    Chesapeake Energy to Acquire Oil and Gas Producer Chief E and D
    US-based oil and gas company Chesapeake Energy Corp. (NASDAQ: CHK) hassigned definitive agreements to acquire US-based oil and natural gas exploration and production company Chief E and D Holdings, LP and associated non-operated interests held by affiliates of Tug Hill,
    Phoenix Park Energy Acquires NGL Terminal In Texas From Keyera Energy
    Deal In Brief Phoenix Park Gas Processors Limited (PPGPL), through its wholly owned subsidiary Phoenix Park Energy Marketing LLC (PPEM), has acquired natural gas liquids (NGL) terminal located in Hull Texas, the US, from Keyera Energy Inc. (KEI), a subsidiary
    Marketline - Deals


    EnergyAustralia’s Tallawarra power station reaches 1000 days injury free
    Jan. 28 -- EnergyAustralia issued the following news release: This month Tallawarra power station celebrated the significant milestone of 1000 days without any injuries. Ivan Currie, Tallawarra Asset Leader, says he’s proud of the achievement, which demonstrates a sustained effort
    Contify Energy News
    Support for hydrogen incentives falters in New Mexico
    SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) — State legislators gave a cold reception Thursday to a package of financial incentives aimed at scaling up hydrogen production using New Mexico's vast natural gas reserves. A state House panel voted 6-4 to indefinitely postpone
    By MORGAN LEE, Associated Press


    Grove Municipal Service Authority Board learns wholesale natural gas prices expected to rise
    The Grove Treasurer Lisa Allred told the Grove Municipal Services Authority the city’s natural gas supplier Southern Star has applied to the Federal Energy Commission for a price increase. Allred pointed out the city is already being billed a higher
    The American


    Chinese researchers propose catalytic approach to produce biogas straight from biomass
    In China, natural gas can be used as fuel for generating electricity, heating and powering transportation. It is also the raw material to manufacture hydrogen and ammonia. Currently, biogenic and thermogenic processes are the two widely accepted methods for natural
    Biofuels Digest
    Industry says ANP shutdown hurts new gas market
    Associations representing the industry and large energy consumers are asking the government to speed up nominations for the ANP (National Petroleum, Gas and Biofuels Agency) board, which today has only two members for the five vacancies on the board. They
    CE Noticias Financieras
    Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline project won’t move forward if Russia invades Ukraine: US
    Workers are seen at the construction site of the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline, near the town of Kingisepp, Leningrad region, Russia, June 5, 2019. (Reuters photo) The Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline project between Russia and Germany will not
    Press TV
    Rondônia enters the natural gas market
    The Minister of Mines and Energy, Bento Albuquerque, said today (27) that the opening of the natural gas market in Rondônia will enhance gas exploration in the Solimões and Amazon river basin, in the Amazon region. The statement was made
    CE Noticias Financieras
    ANP decides to go to STF against SP decree that favors Cosan group
    The ANP (National Petroleum, Gas and Biofuels Agency) has decided to go to the STF (Federal Supreme Court) to try to overturn the São Paulo government's decree favoring Compass, a natural gas company owned by the Cosan group, claiming that
    CE Noticias Financieras
    Azerbaijan to rev up gas supplies to Turkey after Iran halt
    [External Link] logo of Azerbaijan’s state oil company SOCAR is seen near Gori, Georgia, May 3, 2016. (Reuters Photo) Azerbaijan will be supplying additional natural gas to Turkey in February to meet its increasing demand amid harsh winter conditions, in a
    Europe can only partially replace Russian gas
    Russia furnishes over 40 percent of the natural gas Europe imports and in the event it invades Ukraine again those supplies could be at risk, throwing into question European countries's ability to keep the heat on in the dead of
    AFP World News
    Mitsubishi Power Europe and Kraftblock partner on sustainable energy solutions
    DUISBURG, Jan. 27 -- Mitsubishi Power, Ltd. issued the following news release: Mitsubishi Power Europe and Kraftblock GmbH have signed a cooperation agreement for the design and implementation of high-temperature energy storage systems in order to facilitate sustainable energy in
    Contify Energy News
    Peru bans Repsol execs from leaving country after oil spill
    LIMA, Peru (AP) — A Peruvian judge on Friday banned Repsol's Peru director and three other executives from leaving the country for 18 months while the government investigates an oil spill at a refinery run by the Spain-based company. Peru
    Associated Press
    German Nord Stream 2 subsidiary encounters first roadblock
    Berlin — A new subsidiary set up to operate the controversial Nord Stream 2 pipeline has run into difficulty regarding the staffing of its supervisory board. The German Foreign Office blocked former diplomat Dieter Walter Haller from becoming chairman of
    Singapore: Additional Electricity Contracts for Consumers
    Jan. 28 -- Energy Market Authority of Singapore issued the following news release: In recent months, global gas prices have risen to record levels due to unanticipated demand for gas and reductions in global gas supply. In Singapore, this has
    Singapore Government News
    Hitachi Energy wins ADNOC power transmission contract
    Samsung C&T Corporation has awarded Hitachi Energy a contract to connect ADNOC’s offshore operations to the onshore power grid in the UAE, which is owned and operated by Abu Dhabi National Energy Company (Taqa). According to a statement from Hitachi
    Jason Saundalkar
    Shell starts hydrogen production in China joint venture
    (Alliance News) - Oil major Shell PLC said on Friday it has started operations of its first hydrogen electrolyser in China. The 20 megawatts power-to-hydrogen electrolyser has started production of green hydrogen in Zhangjiakou City, Hebei Province. The device will
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