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Romania starts BRUA pipeline project

Romanian state-owned natural gas transporter Transgaz has signed the deal for the three gas compressor stations within the Bulgaria-Romania-Hungary-Austria gas pipeline (BRUA). The winning consortia which will build the stations was fined in the past for bid rigging with Transgaz, local Economica.net reported.

The consortium is led by INSPET Ploiesti, which will execute the EUR 62.7 million contract. Seven other companies are part of the winning consortium: Petroconst, Moldocor, Habau PPS Pipeline Systems, IRIGC Impex, Sutech, TIAB and Roconsult Tech.

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Kenya’s 865km pipeline project deal to be completed by mid-2018

The new 865-km pipeline will be from the Amosing and Ngamia fields to the port of Lamu on the Indian Ocean.

Speaking to Reuters, Keith Hill, chief executive of Africa Oil, said that the company discussed a few pipeline companies about coming in as a strategic partner on the pipeline. He further said to the source that the company is expecting to come to an agreement before mid-2018.

Commenting on the project, Tullow Oil, which is one of the partners in the ...

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Tall Oak Midstream III holding open season for ARC Pipeline project

Tall Oak Midstream III LLC, Oklahoma City, has launched a nonbinding open season to secure prospective shippers for a proposed natural gas residue pipeline in Southeast Oklahoma. The 80-mile Arkoma Residue Capacity (ARC) Pipeline will connect to Tall Oak’s planned Panther Creek Natural Gas Processing Plant in Hughes County, Okla., and a planned receipt point off the Enable Gas Transmission line. The ARC Pipeline will transport residue gas from the two points to interconnects to the south near Bennington, Okla.

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Taliban Announces Support for TAPI Gas Pipeline Project in Afghanistan

The armed Taliban group has announced support for the “Turkmenistan Afghanistan Pakistan India” (TAPI) gas pipeline project, the group said in a statement.

“TAPI is an important economic project in the region and the Taliban group will cooperate for its implementation in the areas that are under the control of the group,” the statement reads.

The Taliban group has also called on involved countries of the TAPI project to take a guarantee for the impunity of this project from the United Nations.

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GAIL India begins pipeline construction work

GAIL (India) Limited has started pipeline construction work in the state of West Bengal for providing gas supply to Matix Fertilizers, Durgapur.

This project is being executed as a part of the ‘Pradhan Mantri Urja Ganga’ pipeline project i.e. Jagdishpur-Haldia and Bokaro-Dhamra natural gas pipeline (JHBDPL) project and is being executed on a fast track basis. A total of 555 km long pipeline with an approved cost of approximately Rs. 2700 crore in West Bengal will pass through eight districts like ...

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TransCanada intends to move forward with Keystone XL Pipeline

The developer of the Keystone XL pipeline says it is moving forward with its plans and hopes to begin construction next year.

TransCanada Corp. said Thursday that its decision builds on the Nebraska Public Service Commission’s decision to approve a route through the state on Nov. 20.

The company based in Calgary, Canada, says it has secured enough long-term commitments from oil companies to ship approximately 500,000 barrels per day through the pipeline.

The project faces opposition from environmental groups, property owners along ...

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Indonesia to launch $1b tender for Borneo gas pipelines in 2018

The project will comprise of three facilities.

Enerdata reported that the Indonesian downstream oil and gas regulator BPH Migas plans to open a new tender for the development of three transport and distribution gas pipelines to ship natural gas from the Natuna offshore gas production area to the island of Borneo (Indonesia). Once completed, the proposed projects would supply the Ketapang industrial area.

The tender will be launched in 2018 and will amount close to US$1bn, of which US$550m for a first ...

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Jordan invests in joint pipeline project with Israel

The gas will mostly be coming from the offshore Leviathan natural gas field, being developed off the coast of Haifa.

Jordan has allocated 1.5 million dinars (around $2.1 million) in the 2018 national budget for a gas pipeline linking the Hashemite Kingdom with Israel. According to Al-Ghad newspaper on Sunday, the cost of the joint Jordanian-Israeli project is expected to rise to 3 million dinars ($4.2 million) in 2019, and to 6 million dinars ($8.5 million) by 2020. The pipeline will ...

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