GlobalData’s latest analysis of global planned and announced trunk/transmission oil and gas pipelines...
- Keystone XL is the longest planned pipeline in North America
- US leads globally with most planned and announced pipeline length additions
- Kinder Morgan launches operation of $500m Utopia pipeline in US
- TransCanada concludes Keystone XL open season
- Bonatti secures Area 51 Pipelines contract in Kazakhstan
Nyhamna Gas Plant Expansion
The Nyhamna onshore processing facility, located on the Nyhamna peninsula on Norway’s west coast, underwent an expansion to increase its capacity to receive gas from Aasta Hansteen field, as well as other new fields.
Fort Hills Oil Sands Project, Calgary, Alberta
The Fort Hills project is an integrated oil sands project that includes a mine that was approved in 2002 by Alberta Environment and the Alberta Energy and Utilities Board, as well as a bitumen extraction facility, situated 90mi north of Fort McMurray in Alberta (Athabasca oil sands region), Canada.
Sunbury Pipeline Project, Central Pennsylvania
Sunbury Pipeline is a 35mi (56km) long pipeline owned and operated by UGI Energy Services, through its subsidiary UGI Sunbury, to transport natural gas for domestic users and businesses in Central Pennsylvania, US.
Keystone XL is the longest planned pipeline in North America
GlobalData’s latest analysis of global planned and announced trunk/transmission oil and gas pipelines in North America for the period 2018 to 2022 shows that the Keystone XL Project oil pipeline in Canada is the longest planned pipeline with a length of 1,897km.
US leads globally with most planned and announced pipeline length additions
GlobalData’s latest analysis of the global planned and announced trunk/transmission oil and gas pipelines for the period 2018 to 2022 shows that the US has the longest planned pipelines length globally with 35,065km. India and Russia follow with 29,142 km and 26,566 km respectively.
Reggane North Development Project, Sahara Desert
Reggane North or Reggane Nord Development Project involves the development of six gas fields: Reggane, Azrafil Southeast, Kahlouche, South Kahlouche, Tiouliline and Sali in blocks 351c and 352c of the Reganne basin in the Algerian Sahara desert.
Kinder Morgan launches operation of $500m Utopia pipeline in US
North America-based energy infrastructure company Kinder Morgan has put the $500m, 50,000 barrels per day (bpd) Utopia pipeline into service in Ohio, US.
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