Iraq plans Kirkuk pipeline bypassing KRG

Iraq plans to build a crude oil export pipeline from Baiji to Fishkhabur on the Turkish border that will carry crude from Kirkuk field for export from the Turkish port of Ceyhan. Iraq’s Oil Ministry instructed interested companies and government agencies to prepare the papers required to participate in the project, which will be offered on a build-operate-transfer basis.

The pipeline will replace a line damaged by repeated sabotage and out of commission since 2014, bypassing a pipeline controlled by the ...

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TransCanada pulls plug on Energy East pipeline in Canada

TransCanada says it won’t proceed with its Energy East pipeline and Eastern Mainline proposals.

Russ Girling, the Calgary-based energy company’s chief executive officer, said in a statement that National Energy Board and Quebec officials will be informed TransCanada won’t go forward with the applications.

« We appreciate and are thankful for the support of labour, business and manufacturing organizations, industry, our customers, Irving Oil, various governments, and the approximately 200 municipalities who passed resolutions in favour of the projects, » Girling said in a ...

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APA to work with AGL on LNG import pipeline in Australia

AGL Energy has engaged APA Group to investigate route options and seek approval for the Crib Point jetty to Pakenham Gas Pipeline Project in Victoria.

APA has now submitted its Pipeline Consultation Plan to the Planning Minister for approval through the Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning (DELWP).

If approved APA will begin the process of engaging directly with pipeline stakeholders.

In line with the consultation plan, APA will be responsible for engagement with pipeline stakeholders while AGL will continue its broader ...

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Central-Eastern European pipeline gets go-ahead

An ambitious gas pipeline project connecting Bulgaria, Romania, Hungary and Austria received a shot in the arm, when all of the involved parties signed a memorandum of understanding for the project, a vital part of Europe’s efforts to wean itself off Russian gas.

The four countries pledged to get the BRUA pipeline off the ground as soon as possible during the fourth Central and South Eastern Europe Gas Connectivity (CESEC) meeting in the Romanian capital Bucharest.

“We are at a very advanced ...

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Pipeline Market Overview – New projects in the world in the last 6 months – August 2017

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KOC awards Saipem US$850 million onshore contract

The Kuwait Oil Company (KOC) has awarded Saipem an onshore engineering and construction contract worth an estimated US$850 million.

The scope of work includes the construction of a system of pipelines of varying diameters, approximately 450 km in length, for the transportation of crude oil and gas from various KOC South Tank Farm manifolds to the new Al Zour refinery on the coast of the Arabian Gulf.

The project also includes the development of a network for the transportation of the refined ...

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Gazprom says sanctions won’t stop Nord Stream 2 pipeline project

The $11 billion Nord Stream 2 project to add a second Russian trans-Baltic gas export pipeline will be implemented regardless of how new U.S. sanctions are interpreted, an official at Gazprom told a conference call.


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Rover Gas Pipeline gets partial approval from FERC

The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission has given the go-ahead to the Rover natural gas pipeline project

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