Ameren Illinois to Provide Natural Gas Upgrades

Ameren Illinois is undergoing natural gas upgrades in Champaign, Illinois.

Southern Company Leads Hydrogen R&D Effort to Achieve Net-Zero Goals

Southern Company is starting research and development for hydrogen and natural gas blending.

Supreme Court to Hear New Jersey Natural Gas Pipeline Case

The Supreme Court will hear an appeal involving a 116-mile natural gas pipeline to be built on state-controlled land.

Report: Gas Pipeline Builder Changed Plans Without Approval

A report found that Vermont Gas made several changes to an approved construction plan for a gas pipeline without informing the Public Utility Commission.

Court Upholds Order for Dakota Access Environmental Review

A court order requires an environmental impact review to assess the environmental concerns surrounding The Dakota Access pipeline.

EQT and Project Canary Partner on Certified Responsibly Sourced Natural Gas Pilot

EQT partnered with Project Canary to develop a responsibly sourced natural gas pilot.

National Grid Requests Gas Price Increase for Repairs

National Grid seeks a price increase for gas customers to pay for repairs.

PG&E Will Pay to Clean Harbor Polluted by Gas Plant

Pacific Gas & Electric has agreed to pay to clean up a San Francisco marina that was polluted by a gas plant.

ICC Approved Ameren Illinois’ Natural Gas Modernization Plan

Ameren Illinois has been approved for its natural gas modernization plan which will increase the company's technology usage and pipeline replacements.

Nicor Gas Reaches 2.2 Million Meter Modernization Milestone


Nicor Gas installs over 2.2 million upgraded meters with its new program.

WATT Fuel Cell and Peoples Gas Announce Milestone in Residential Fuel Cell Program

WATT Fuel Cell and Peoples Gas have reached a milestone in the partnered residential fuel cell program.

Regulators Get Plan for Undoing the Atlantic Coast Pipeline

The developers of the canceled Atlantic Coast Pipeline have disclosed plans to restore disturbed land due to the project.

CenterPoint Energy Receives Approval for Made-In-Minnesota RNG

CenterPoint Energy has received approval to open its Minnesota RNG distribution system.

Natural Gas Compressor Given Go-Ahead by Feds to Operate

A natural gas compressor station owned by Enbridge has been given the go-ahead to begin operating.

Consumers Energy's Application for Natural Gas Pipeline Approved

Consumers Energy’s has been approved to build a wider natural gas pipeline to replace the existing line that is beginning to erode.

Top Gas Utility Companies Collaborate on Hydrogen Blending Demonstration Program

Southern California Gas and San Diego Electric are working together to create California's first Hydrogen Blending Demonstration Program.

Consumers Energy Completes Four-Year Saginaw Trail Pipeline Project


Consumers Energy completed the construction of the Saginaw Trail Pipeline to upgrade 90 miles of natural gas pipelines and infrastructure in Michigan.

SoCalGas and the Yorba Linda Water District Install Natural Gas Generators to Support Emergency Water Service


Southern California Gas and the Yorba Linda Water District install a new natural gas-powered electricity generator that will provide back-up power in emergencies.

UGI Energy Services Invests in Renewable Gas Project

UGI Energy Services invests in New Energy One HoldCo which is part of the team developing a utility-scale renewable natural gas project in Idaho.

$5.2M Hydrogen Blending Pilot Project Will Further Explore the Greening of the Natural Gas Grid

A new hydrogen blending pilot project aims to make the natural gas supply greener.

Babcock & Wilcox Thermal to Supply Equipment for Power Plant Upgrade to Natural Gas

Babcock & Wilcox announced that B&W Thermal segment will supply equipment for a power plant to upgrade to natural gas.

Callahan Pipeline Completion Announced in Northeast Florida

Peninsula Pipeline Company, Inc. along with SeaCoast Gas Transmission have completed the Callahan Intrastate Pipeline in Northeast Florida, bringing additional natural gas capacity to Nassau and Duval Counties.

Vector Controls and Automation Group Agree to Represent Dräger's Fixed Flame and Gas Detection Systems Portfolio

Dräger will be working with Vector Controls and Automation Group to promote Dräger's fixed flame and gas detection systems portfolio.

CenterPoint Energy Files Recovery After 7-Year Pipeline Project Completion

Southern Indiana Gas and Electric Co. filed a request with the Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission for investment recovery made within its southwestern Indiana natural gas service territory.

New Jersey Natural Gas Receives Approval for its Infrastructure Investment Program

New Jersey Natural Gas received approval to invest $150 million over five years on a series of infrastructure projects designed to support the enhanced safety and reliability of its natural gas distribution system.

NYSEG Files Plans for Non-Pipe Alternatives to Serve Natural Gas Customers

NYSEG filed a proposal with the New York State Public Service Commission to implement Non-Pipe Alternative solutions in the Town of Lansing, New York that will improve reliability of the company’s natural gas system.

Virginia Natural Gas Works to Provide Savings Through Projects and Gas Procurement Strategies


Virginia Natural Gas has been working to meet the energy needs of customers by completing key infrastructure projects that ensure reliable gas supply to the entire service territory and taking advantage of low commodity prices.

Atlantic Bridge Gas Compressor Station gets U.S. Approval

The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) has given Enbridge final approval to put the Weymouth natural gas compressor station into service.

SoCalGas Receives $7 Million to Advance Zero, Near-Zero Emissions Tech


Southern California Gas Co. announced the U.S. Department of Energy has awarded over $7.1 million in funding to three projects advancing clean automotive transportation technologies supported by the utility.

Kentucky Utility Benefits from New PHMSA Mega Rule


A high-pressure gas pipeline completed by Henderson Municipal Gas (HMG) in Kentucky utilized pipe made from polyamide 12 (PA 12), which is now approved for use under the new the U.S. Department of Transportation's Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety administration (PHMSA) Mega Rule.