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Dakota Access Oil Line Outlasts Protests, Readies for Service
(Tuesday, March 28, 2017) In the end, the pipeline won.
Italian Court Gives Green Light to Contested TAP Pipeline
(Monday, March 27, 2017) The Trans Adriatic Pipeline (TAP), the end piece of the $40 billion Southern Gas Corridor, is slated to bring 10 billion cubic metres of gas from Azerbaijan into the small Italian seaside town of San Foca in Puglia by 2020.
Keystone Foes Prepare Fight as Trump Issues Pipeline Permit
(Friday, March 24, 2017) The fight now shifts to courtrooms, a Nebraska agency and congressional town hall meetings.
East Africa's Oil Ambitions Tested by Pipeline Machinations
(Friday, March 24, 2017) A decade after its first big oil find, East Africa's emergence as a crude exporter has been hindered by security and cost concerns that left the region building two pipelines instead of one.
First Oil For Long-Awaited Myanmar Pipeline To China Delayed Again
(Friday, March 24, 2017) A long-awaited pipeline that would allow overseas oil to be pumped through Myanmar and into China for the first time has been delayed again.
California Board Adopts Strictest U.S. Methane Rules
(Friday, March 24, 2017) The rules, approved by the California Air Resources Board, tighten efficiency requirements for production and transportation of natural gas and for some oil-handling equipment, including installation of emissions-recapture technology.
CNPC Sees Fourth Leg Of Shaanxi-Beijing Pipeline Operational In October
(Thursday, March 23, 2017) China National Petroleum Corp expects the fourth leg of the Shaanxi to Beijing pipeline to be operational in October.
U.S. State Dept to Approve Keystone Pipeline Permit Friday -Sources
(Thursday, March 23, 2017) The move would mark the beginning of process that could be lengthy and complicated by approvals needed by state regulators and legal challenges.
Canadian Province Saskatchewan Reviews Pipeline Rules after Husky Spill
(Thursday, March 23, 2017) The western Canadian province of Saskatchewan will review regulations and engineering standards for pipelines around bodies of water following a Husky Energy Inc oil spill last year into a major river.
Wintershall Says Ready To Continue Supporting Nord Stream 2
(Wednesday, March 22, 2017) Wintershall is still looking for ways to support the Nord Stream 2 pipeline project.
Police Investigating Dakota Pipeline Vandalism
(Wednesday, March 22, 2017) South Dakota authorities are investigating an act of vandalism at the Dakota Access pipeline, a day after the project owner said oil could begin flowing through the pipeline soon, officials said on Tuesday.
Kinder Morgan Secures Commitments for Trans Mountain After Dip
(Wednesday, March 22, 2017) Kinder Morgan Inc said it had booked all of the 22,000 barrels per day of capacity it had offered to the oil industry earlier this month on its Canadian Trans Mountain pipeline expansion project, following a dip in shipper commitments.
Poland to Cap Gas Imports from Single Source at 70 Pct from April
(Wednesday, March 22, 2017) Poland plans to cap gas imports from a single source at 70 percent of overall supplies from April, and reduce that to a third by 2023 as it seeks to cut dependence on Russia and comply with EU law, the energy ministry said.
Israel-Turkey Gas Talks May Wrap Up in Summer, Steinitz Says
(Tuesday, March 21, 2017) The Israeli push to connect the eastern Mediterranean through pipelines in a region riven by old conflicts is going to be hard to pull off, especially as world energy prices remain depressed.
Beset By Delays, Myanmar-China Oil Pipeline Nears Start-Up
(Tuesday, March 21, 2017) Nearly a decade in the making, a project to pump oil 480 miles across Myanmar to southwest China is set for imminent start-up.
Enbridge Oil Leak in Canada Contained, Volume Unknown -Regulator
(Tuesday, March 21, 2017) Crude oil that leaked into a creek in the Canadian province of Alberta from an Enbridge Inc storage facility has been contained but there is no estimate yet of its volume, the National Energy Board regulator said on Tuesday.
North Dakota Highway Near Pipeline Protest Site to Re-open
(Tuesday, March 21, 2017) A stretch of North Dakota highway closed by months of protests against the Dakota Access pipeline was to re-open on Tuesday, law enforcement officials said, a day after the pipeline operator said oil could move through it soon.
TransCanada Natgas Mainline No Substitute for Asian Markets
(Monday, March 20, 2017) Canada's C$45-billion ($34 billion) gas industry relies solely on North American demand and domestic producers have been increasingly squeezed from the lucrative eastern market by U.S. rivals who have lower transportation costs.
TransCanada Accelerates Canada Pipeline for Petronas LNG Terminal
(Monday, March 20, 2017) Transcanada Corp has secured commitments from shippers for a pipeline to Malaysian state-owned oil company Petronas' pending Pacific NorthWest LNG terminal in western Canada and will seek early construction, the company said on Monday.
Cheniere Gas Pipeline Would Link STACK-SCOOP to Gulf Coast, Southeast
(Friday, March 17, 2017) Cheniere's Midship unit signs deals with foundation shippers, kicks off open season for proposed 200-mile gas pipeline.