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Pipelines

Gazprom to launch next phase of ChBS pipeline

Russian gas giant Gazprom will launch the next phase of the Chusovoi-Berezniki-Solikamsk 2 gas pipeline branch by the end of 2013 and begin building the Chusovoi-Berezniki-Solikamsk 1 branch this year

11 March 2013
Pipelines

Pipeline giant seeks to boost Mexican flows

Infrastructure giant Kinder Morgan Texas Pipeline asked the United States’ Federal Energy Regulatory Commission last week for authorisation to increase flows in its US-Mexico lines from 425 million

11 March 2013
Pipelines

Bulgaria remains on energy course despite political storm

Bulgaria's focus on its strategic objective of ensuring long-term security of supply remains undimmed, despite the uncertainty surrounding the country's energy sector.

8 March 2013
Storage

Bulgaria still hoping for offshore gas storage facility

Bulgaria is still seeking to expand and convert the almost empty Galata offshore reserve into a 1 billion cubic metre gas storage facility, outgoing Deputy Minister for Economics, Energy and Tourism E

6 March 2013
Pipelines

Kiev keeps quiet on South Stream

Kiev has made no complaints to the Energy Community concerning the possible violation of Ukraine’s national interests by Russia’s South Stream project, Director of the Secretariat of the Energy Co

6 March 2013
Pipelines

Pakistan to break ground on IP pipeline, despite US warnings

The ground-breaking ceremony for the Pakistan leg of the Iran-Pakistan gas pipeline will take place on 11 March, an industry source has confirmed to Interfax, despite warnings from Washington the project may be in breach of United States sanctions against Iran.

6 March 2013
Pipelines

Fighting at Mellitah shows security is weak, but improving

he Libyan Defence Ministry’s quick response to the outbreak of fighting between militias near the Mellitah gas complex may be a sign the security situation in Libya is improving, experts have told <

4 March 2013
Gas to Power

Euro gas to power: in need of a helping hand

With Europe’s gas to power sector on the ropes, is it time for gas producers to reconsider their pricing models?

4 March 2013
Pipelines

Nabucco, Tanap sign MoU

The Nabucco pipeline consortium stepped back into the spotlight on Monday, announcing it has signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with the Trans-Anatolian Pipeline (TANAP).

4 March 2013
Pipelines

Russia-China pipeline inches closer, but economics hinge on Japan

Keun-Wook Paik, once an adviser to CNPC on the Sino-Russia Oil and Gas Committee and now a senior research fellow at the Oxford Institute for Energy Studies, talks about Russia’s eastern energy strategy.

1 March 2013
Pipelines

Gazprom and China inch closer to pipeline deal

The threat of United States and East African LNG hitting Asian markets is pushing Russia closer to signing a deal on the long-stalled China gas pipeline, an expert on Russian and China energy cooperation has told Interfax.

1 March 2013
Gas to Power

UAE considers nuclear option to supplement gas

Abu Dhabi is building four nuclear plants to meet growing energy demand and to reduce its reliance on gas for power generation. However, the new nuclear plants will be supplementing rather than replac

1 March 2013
Pipelines

Ankara tells Baghdad it will reject pipeline extensions from Kurdistan

Ankara has told Baghdad it will reject any extension of oil and gas pipelines from Iraqi Kurdistan into Turkey without the approval of the federal government, Iraq's Oil Minister Abdul Kareem Luaibi told state media earlier this week.

27 February 2013
Pipelines

Gazprom wants to sign Eastern Route gas supply contract with China this year

Gazprom is hoping to finalise its long-stalled supply contract with China this year, the company said on Wednesday.

27 February 2013
Pipelines

Regulatory delay offers upside for Quicksilver

Canada’s National Energy Board recommended against construction of new takeaway capacity from the Horn River Basin, and Quicksilver will use the opportunity to defer capital and drilling during the development of additional marketing options.

27 February 2013
Pipelines

Tokyo Gas looks to expand infrastructure

Tokyo Gas announced on Monday it would construct two new connecting pipelines and begin research on a third, as it continues to push infrastructure expansion and make connections to new markets in mainland Japan.

25 February 2013
Gas to Power

Nigerian SPAs signed for power sector

The preferred bidders for power-generating assets in Nigeria signed sales and purchase agreements late last week as the government pushed through the privatisation process.

25 February 2013
Storage

CNOOC advances Zhuhai LNG project

Welding has been completed on three LNG storage tanks at China National Offshore Oil Corp.’s (CNOOC’s) Zhuhai LNG project in Guangdong province, with the first tank undergoing hydrostatic tests, state media reported on Monday.

25 February 2013
Pipelines

Russia, China step up gas talks – Dvorkovich

Talks over pipeline gas may have faltered but Russia is working to secure an agreement on LNG deliveries to China, Deputy Prime Minister Arkady Dvorkovich told journalists following talks with Vice Premier Wang Qishan in Beijing on Monday.

25 February 2013
Pipelines

Hainan pipeline network to boost non-industrial gas use

Household and vehicular natural gas consumption in Hainan, China’s largest special economic zone, is expected to rocket once China National Offshore Oil Corp. completes a pipeline network linking the island province’s east and western regions in 2015.

22 February 2013

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