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U.S. Pipeline Regulator Completes Rule to Boost Safety Standards
(Friday, January 13, 2017) The U.S. Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (PHMSA) said on Friday it has passed a rule to boost safety requirements on the country's oil and refined products pipelines.
Kinder Morgan Clears Pipeline Hurdle With Billion-Dollar Pledge
(Thursday, January 12, 2017) Kinder Morgan won environmental approval from British Columbia for the Trans Mountain expansion after it promised to share part of the spoils with the province.
Thailand's PTT Picks Marubeni-Itochu Venture to Supply Natural Gas Pipeline
(Thursday, January 12, 2017) Thailand's largest energy firm PTT Pcl has chosen a Marubeni and Itochu joint venture to supply a natural gas pipeline, the Thai company said on Thursday.
ExxonMobil Licenses New Gas Dehydration Technology
(Wednesday, January 11, 2017) ExxonMobil unveils technology it says makes the dehydration of natural gas more efficient.
Enbridge May Face Tough Legal Battle to Keep 60-yr-old Piipeline Running
(Wednesday, January 11, 2017) Enbridge Inc may be set for a bruising legal battle in Wisconsin after a Native American tribe voted against renewing land use agreements on a major crude oil pipeline, legal experts said.
Uganda and Tanzania Award Crude Pipeline Design Contract to U.S. Firm
(Wednesday, January 11, 2017) Early last year, Uganda agreed with Tanzania to jointly develop a $3.55 billion pipeline to help ship Uganda's crude to international markets.
Kinder Morgan Pipeline Expansion Gets B.C. Environmental Approval
(Wednesday, January 11, 2017) British Columbia said on Wednesday it had given the green light to an environmental review of Kinder Morgan Inc's plans to expand the Trans Mountain oil pipeline.
Wisconsin Tribe Votes Against Renewing Enbridge Pipeline Agreements
(Tuesday, January 10, 2017) A Native American tribe in Wisconsin has voted against renewing agreements allowing Enbridge Inc to use their land for a major crude oil pipeline, the latest sign of increasing opposition to North American energy infrastructure.
Review Process for Energy East Pipeline Faces Legal Challenge
(Tuesday, January 10, 2017) A Canadian environmental group on Tuesday filed a legal challenge against the regulatory review of TransCanada Corp's Energy East pipeline, seeking to restart what it calls a process tainted by bias.
Peru Would Retain Money from Odebrecht Deal Pending Graft Probe
(Tuesday, January 10, 2017) Peru would withhold any money Brazil's Odebrecht SA might make by selling its 55 percent stake in a natural gas pipeline project while prosecutors probe bribes the company has admitted to distributing in the Andean country, the government said.
Russia's Gazprom Reports Record Gas Exports as Europe Shivers
(Monday, January 09, 2017) Russia's Gazprom said on Saturday its daily supplies of natural gas to countries outside of the former Soviet Union have reached a record high due to cold weather in Europe.
Colonial Pipeline Shuts Small Gasoline Line to Nashville After Leak
(Monday, January 09, 2017) Colonial Pipeline Co's gasoline line between Atlanta and Nashville, Tennessee, remained shut on Monday as the company looked for the source of a very small leak in Chattanooga, a spokesman for the Chattanooga Fire Department said on Monday.
Caspian Pipeline Oil Exports Up 4 Pct in 2016
(Monday, January 09, 2017) Oil exports via the Caspian Pipeline rose 3.6 percent to 44.3 million tonnes in 2016, data from the Caspian Pipeline Consortium (CPC) showed on Monday.
Azeri Oil Exports via Turkey Pipeline Rise 1.3 Pct in 2016
(Monday, January 09, 2017) Azeri oil exports through the Baku-Tbilisi-Ceyhan (BTC) pipeline via Georgia and Turkey rose 1.3 percent last year to total 28.86 million tonnes, state energy company SOCAR said on Monday.
Shell Battles Nigerian Communities in High-stakes London Lawsuit
(Friday, January 06, 2017) If the High Court rules in favor of the communities, some legal experts say other claimants against British-based multinationals would be emboldened to pursue legal action through the British courts.
Education: A Key Ingredient for Expanding Gas Infrastructure
(Friday, January 06, 2017) Now may be the right time to build new gas infrastructure, but formidable forces prevent the execution of growth plans.
Crown Jewel of U.S. Shale Behind the Endless Pursuit of Williams
(Thursday, January 05, 2017) If there's any pipeline company ripe to be bought this year, it's Williams, said a New York-based portfolio manager.
North Dakota Governor Warns Pipeline Protesters of Possible March Flooding
(Wednesday, January 04, 2017) North Dakota's new governor warned on Tuesday that protesters remaining at the construction site of the Dakota Access Pipeline should vacate their main camp before spring because of the risk of flooding.
Turkmenistan Limits Natural Gas Supplies to Iran Over Arrears
(Tuesday, January 03, 2017) Turkmenistan has limited natural gas supplies to Iran since Jan. 1 over unpaid past deliveries, the Turkmen Foreign Ministry said on Tuesday, a day after Iran said supplies through a cross-border pipeline had been cut off.
Russian Gas Transit Volumes via Ukraine Up 23 Pct in 2016 -Ukrtransgaz
(Tuesday, January 03, 2017) Russian natural gas volumes sent via Ukraine to European consumers rose by 23 percent in 2016 to 82.2 billion cubic meters (bcm), Ukrainian gas transport monopoly Ukrtransgaz said on Tuesday.