Maria van der Hoeven, a retired Dutch politician and leader of the IEA from 2011 to 2015, says there's time for Canada to compete in a field led by players from the Middle East, Australia, Russia and, increasingly, the United States.

The newest natural gas pipeline in Mexico is aimed at improving electricity generation in the popular tourist cities in the area, including Cancun, according to Mexico’s president.

The Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration, which regulates domestic LNG facilities, reports that the number of domestic LNG facilities has grown to 157 in 2018 from 122 in 2010, with storage volume growing to 55.7 million barrels in 2018 from 45.4 million barrels in 2010.

Along with expansion of an LNG export complex in Corpus Christi, three of the terminals would be located at the Port of Brownsville, providing an economic boost to one of the poorest regions in the nation.

Natural gas for B.C. and the Pacific Northwest passes within 3 km of Merritt’s western boundary, Merritt City Council heard Tuesday night during the regular Council meeting.

Chief Human Resources Officer at Rosatom Tatyana Terentyeva told Egypt Today that her corporation plans to train about 2,000 people of operational and maintenance personnel who will work in Al Dabaa Nuclear Power Plant starting early 2020.

According to U.S. Energy Information Administration tracking records reviewed by 10/12 Industry Weekly, seven natural gas pipelines have already been completed this year in Louisiana.

Vladimir Putin has never shied from using Russia’s near monopoly on European gas supplies to coerce dependent countries — shutting off oil and gas supplies or inflating prices, overnight and at whim.

Justin Trudeau will hold individual meetings with the four opposition leaders between Tuesday and Friday of this week to hear their priorities for Canada’s new minority Parliament, which is expected to focus much of its attention on environmental and economic issues.

Ali Akbar Salehi, head of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran (AEOI), and deputy chief of Russia's nuclear agency Rosatom, Alexander Lokshin, launched the new stage at a ceremony where concrete was poured for the reactor base.