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Transportation 2004 P

  • Tue Dec 07 15:12:00 CST 2004 -- Sabotage disrupts oil pipeline supplying Iraqi power plant
    Authorities have extinguished a fire that broke out in an oil pipeline supplying the Al-Musayyib power plant, south of Baghdad, as a result of sabotage.
  • Tue Dec 07 12:12:00 CST 2004 -- Petrobras unit publishes bid notice for 42 vessels
    Transpetro, the transportation subsidiary of Brazil's state-owned oil firm Petroleo Brasileiro SA (Petrobras), published a bid notice for a $1.9 billion international tender to build 42 vessels to transport crude oil, products, and LPG.
  • Mon Dec 06 12:12:00 CST 2004 -- Profits up sharply for tanker owners
    Charter rates for oil tankers have hit historic highs around the globe, with Asian and European shippers reporting surges of income largely due to increased purchases of crude on the world's spot market.
  • Mon Nov 29 17:11:00 CST 2004 -- Clean-up continues on Delaware River following damaged tanker's oil spill
    closed to commercial traffic Monday as clean-up efforts continue following the spill Friday of about 714 bbl of heavy crude oil that caused a 20-mile oil slick. The oil was being transported from Venezuela to a refinery at Paulsboro, NJ, operated by Citgo Petroleum Corp. subsidiary Citgo Asphalt Refining Co.
  • Mon Nov 29 17:11:00 CST 2004 -- Tyumenneftegaz building oil pipeline from Russia's Uvat area
    TNK-BP subsidiary OAO Tyumenneftegaz (TNG) has begun construction of a 76.5 km crude oil pipeline to connect Kalchinskoye field in the Uvat region of Russia's Tyumen Oblast with the Demyanskaya system, according to Interfax news agency.
  • Mon Nov 29 09:11:00 CST 2004 -- Geomorphic approach vital to design of pipelines crossing mountain streams
    Flood discharge and stream scour studies at pipeline mountain stream crossings alone cannot adequately protect a pipeline where other, more-hazardous processes are possible.
  • Fri Nov 19 12:11:00 CST 2004 -- BP awards PGS multi-azimuth 3D survey off Egypt
    BP Egypt awarded a contract to Petroleum Geo-Services ASA (PGS), Oslo, to conduct a multi-azimuth 3D seismic acquisition survey over the recent Raven-1 discovery off Egypt (OGJ Online, Mar. 26, 2004).
  • Fri Nov 19 12:11:00 CST 2004 -- FERC outlines timing for rules on proposed Alaska gas pipeline
    The US Federal Energy Regulatory Commission plans to issue a final rule in 3 months to govern open seasons for anticipated capacity on Alaska's proposed natural gas pipeline.
  • Wed Nov 17 13:11:00 CST 2004 -- Argentina, Brazil to finance $200 million pipeline expansion
    After extensive negotiations, Argentina and Brazil signed a letter of intent Nov. 3 to finance a $200 million expansion of Argentina pipeline company Transportadora de Gas del Sur SA's (TGS) 3,408 km San Martín natural gas pipeline from the Austral basin in southern Argentina, according to Business News Americas.
  • Mon Nov 15 15:11:00 CST 2004 -- Higher transport costs drive demand for derivatives
    Oil tanker freight rates have been driven higher this year by the same forces driving crude oil prices -- strong global demand.
  • Mon Nov 15 14:11:00 CST 2004 -- Trinidad and Tobago investing in Jamaican LNG regasification terminal
    Trinidad and Tobago has agreed to take 40% interest in a Jamaican LNG regasification terminal slated for construction at Port Esquivel in Kingston by 2008.
  • Fri Nov 12 10:11:00 CST 2004 -- Sonatrach taps ABB for Algerian compressor expansion
    Sonatrach TRC has awarded ABB Group, Zurich, a $90 million contract to expand and improve compressor facilities on Sonatrach's natural gas pipeline system in Algeria.
  • Wed Nov 10 14:11:00 CST 2004 -- Ziff: Alaskan gas crucial to N. American gas supply
    Senior pipeline executives agree that Alaskan gas will play a key role in solving a growing natural gas supply crunch in North America.
  • Mon Nov 08 15:11:00 CST 2004 -- Jamaica and Trinidad and Tobago reach LNG supply agreement, plan facilities
    Trinidad and Tobago has reached an agreement to supply LNG to Jamaica under a special pricing arrangement based on a "competitive, predictable" base price with an agreed escalation cost, said Jamaica Prime Minister P.J. Patterson.
  • Mon Nov 08 10:11:00 CST 2004 -- Two coating systems pass tests for arctic use
    Two girth-weld coating systems have been tested successfully by TransCanada PipeLines Ltd. for use in arctic construction and operating conditions.
  • Fri Nov 05 14:11:00 CST 2004 -- MMS issues notices of Gulf of Mexico OCS Sales 194, 197
    The US Minerals Management Service (MMS) has scheduled two sales of Outer Continental Shelf leases in the Gulf of Mexico for Mar. 16, 2005, in New Orleans. Lease Sales 194 and 197 cover both deep shelf and deepwater areas.
  • Fri Nov 05 14:11:00 CST 2004 -- BP Shipping sets construction of four LNG carriers
    BP Shipping has awarded a classification contract to Lloyd's Register Group, London, for four 155,000 cu m Technigaz Mk III membrane-type LNG carriers at the Hyundai Heavy Industries shipyard in South Korea. The fourth ship, Lloyds said, will be built at Hyundai's Samho yard. The contract also includes options for four additional ships.
  • Mon Nov 01 17:11:00 CST 2004 -- Valero buying Kaneb Services, Kaneb Pipe Line
    Valero LP, San Antonio, agreed to buy Kaneb Services LLC and Kaneb Pipe Line Partners LP, Dallas, in a $2.3 billion cash-stock deal that will create the largest US terminal operator and the second-largest petroleum liquids pipeline operator.
  • Fri Oct 29 15:10:00 CDT 2004 -- Woodside to back Crystal Energy's US LNG terminal
    In what is seen as a bid to wedge open the US LNG market for Australian suppliers, Perth-based Woodside Petroleum Ltd's US subsidiary Woodside (USA) Inc. has signed a heads of agreement with Crystal Energy LLC, Houston, to develop the proposed Clearwater LNG import terminal 12.6 miles off Ventura County, Calif. (OGJ Online, Feb. 16, 2004).
  • Wed Oct 27 15:10:00 CDT 2004 -- Japan, China in stalemate over East China Sea boundaries
    Japan and China have emerged with widely differing views of the results of talks held Monday that aimed at resolving a maritime boundary dispute affecting potential natural gas rights in the East China Sea.

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