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Transportation 2003 P11

  • 09/12/2003 -- Double-hulled Polar Discovery tanker delivered to ConocoPhillips
    Polar Discovery, a new double-hulled, Endeavour class tanker, was delivered last week to Polar Tankers Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of ConocoPhillips.
  • 09/19/2003 -- Innovations drive pipeline installation in Cook Inlet
    In summer 2002, three pipelines were installed by the pull method to the Forest Oil Corp.'s Redoubt Shoal field Osprey platform, Cook Inlet, Alas., in a project that used new technology in several areas
  • 08/26/2003 -- Kinder Morgan restarts Tucson-Phoenix pipeline, increases gasoline volumes
    Kinder Morgan Energy Partners LP restarted its Tucson-Phoenix, Ariz., pipeline Sunday, restoring the line and increasing service to183,000 b/d from 175,000 b/d of gasoline, jet fuel, and diesel fuel.
  • 07/02/2003 -- Dominion prepares to reactivate Cove Point LNG terminal
    Dominion Resources is pumping nitrogen into three miles of pipe at its Cove Point LNG terminal as part of the "cooling down" process prior to receiving a "commissioning load" of LNG "sometime that week" of its July 23 target date.
  • 07/09/2003 -- CPC wins Taiwan Power LNG supply contract, plans terminals for 2004
    Taiwan's state-owned Chinese Petroleum Corp (CPC) has won a contract to supply 1.7 million tonnes/year of LNG to the Taiwan Power Co.'s Tatan plant. CPC's winning bid of $298.2 billion (Twn.) or $8.65 billion (US) for the 25-year contract that begins in 2008 took industry watchers by surprise, as it was nearly 25% below the $400 billion (Twn.) or $11.6 billion (US) floor price Taipower set and 6% lower than the next lowest bid.
  • 03/26/2003 -- US Coast Guard seizes tanker, ejects Iraqi crew
    The US Coast Guard said Tuesday it had removed two Iraqi crewmembers from an Egyptian-owned oil tanker on the US east coast after boarding and taking control of the vessel.
  • 03/18/2003 -- FERC settlement with Transco includes record $20 million civil fine
    The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission this week approved a settlement with the Transcontinental Gas Pipe Line Corp. (Transco) that includes a $20 million civil penalty, the largest in the agency's history.

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