At least three people die and 10 go missing during an explosion in a natural gas pipeline in Cleburne, Texas.
Russia announces that it will suspend its supply of natural gas to Finland beginning at 4:00 GMT tomorrow due to Finland's refusal to comply with Russia's demand that gas be paid for in rubles.
Russia's Gazprom says that it has completed the construction of the Nord Stream 2 natural gas pipeline to Germany. Gazprom says that gas flows to Europe through the pipeline cannot begin until they have received approval from German regulators.
Islamist militants bomb a gas pipeline between Egypt and Israel in the northern Sinai Peninsula.
The European Union opens an antitrust case against Russian gas giant Gazprom which supplies most of Central and eastern Europe with supplies of natural gas.
Insurgents capture the town of Mansouriyat al-Jabal, containing four natural gas fields, which is about 110km northeast of Baghdad.
Hercules 264, a Gulf of Mexico natural gas drilling rig, partially collapses off the coast of Louisiana after catching fire.
Russia starts commercial natural gas deliveries to Central Europe via the Nord Stream, the world's longest submerged pipeline.
U.S. energy company Kinder Morgan agrees to buy natural gas exploration and pipeline company El Paso for $21.1 billion in cash and stock.
Armed gunmen blow up an Egyptian natural gas pipeline to Israel and Jordan in the town of El-Arish in the Sinai Peninsula.
The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission fines Brian Hunter $30 million for trades in which he engaged on behalf of Amaranth Advisors in the New York Mercantile Exchange in 2006 that manipulated the value of natural gas futures.