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Transportation 2005 P4

  • 03/29/2005 -- BTC pipeline to start up in September
    Exports of crude oil via the Baku-Tbilisi-Ceyhan (BTC) pipeline will begin in September, according to key state officials connected with the project.
  • 03/31/2005 -- Oman gets loan for third Qalhat LNG train
    Oman will fund a third LNG train for Qalhat LNG SAOC through a $688-million loan from 13 international banks.
  • 04/01/2005 -- GDF secures LNG capacity at UK terminal
    Gaz de France, through an agreement with National Grid Transco PLC subsidiary Grain LNG Ltd., has booked 2.4 million tonnes/year of LNG regasification capacity for 20 years, starting in 2008-09, at the Isle of Grain terminal in the UK.
  • 04/06/2005 -- ONGC lets pipeline-replacement contract
    Global Industries Offshore LLC and Larsen & Toubro Ltd., Mumbai, have received notification of a contract from India's Oil & Natural Gas Corp. to replace offshore oil and gas pipelines totaling 185 km.
  • 04/06/2005 -- Tokyo Gas buys into Brazil's Malhas pipeline
    Japan's Tokyo Gas Co. has bought a 15% stake in the specific-purpose companies Nova Transportadora do Nordeste SA, and Nova Transportadora do Sudeste SA, created by Brazil's state-owned Petrobras to operate and maintain two natural gas pipelines in the $3 billion Malhas project in southeastern and northeastern Brazil.
  • 04/08/2005 -- Air Products to supply Grain LNG nitrogen
    Grain LNG Ltd. awarded a contract to Air Product PLC to supply nitrogen to the LNG-receiving terminal under construction on the Isle of Grain's Medway River near Kent, UK.
  • 04/11/2005 -- Canada's oil pipelines strained, NEB says
    Canada's oil pipeline infrastructure is being strained to the limit, said the National Energy Board in its 2004 annual report.
  • 04/12/2005 -- Sempra LNG terminal groundbreaking hits legislative snags
    Even as San Diego-based Sempra Energy announced groundbreaking for its $800 million LNG terminal at Costa Azul in Baja California on Mar. 30, a legislator in Mexico vowed an investigation aimed at halting the project.
  • 04/12/2005 -- CNOOC Fujian lets contract for LNG tanks
    CNOOC Fujian LNG Co. Ltd. has awarded a $100 million contract to Chicago Bridge & Iron Co. (CB&I), The Woodlands, Tex., for the design and construction of storage tanks at China's second major LNG import terminal.
  • 04/13/2005 -- Gulf Gateway offshore port receives first LNG
    Excelerate Energy LLC, The Woodlands, Tex., has commissioned its Gulf Gateway Energy Bridge deepwater LNG port and begun commercial operations with its first load of LNG discharged and regasified onboard into almost 3 bcf of natural gas.
  • 04/14/2005 -- LNG 'reemerges' as Asia-Pacific gas source
    LNG has reemerged as an important gas supply source in the Asia-Pacific region due to rapid demand growth in Japan, South Korea, and Taiwan.
  • 04/14/2005 -- First Nations group eyes Alaska gas line
    The Council of Treaty 8 Chiefs —representing six Treaty 8 First Nations in British Columbia through which any pipeline following the Alaska Highway route would pass—is examining the potential impact of the pipeline on its territories, said CT8C Deputy Chief Liz Logan.
  • 04/18/2005 -- Enbridge, PetroChina to cooperate on oil line
    Enbridge Inc., Calgary, and PetroChina Co. Ltd. agreed to cooperate on development of a proposed $2.5 billion (Can.) crude oil pipeline to transport 400,000 b/d of Alberta oil sands production to Canada's West Coast, where it would be shipped by tanker to China, elsewhere in Asia, and California.
  • 04/18/2005 -- Sempra tests interest in Cameron pipeline
    Sempra Pipelines & Storage has launched an open season to solicit market interest in capacity on its proposed Cameron Interstate Pipeline project in Louisiana.
  • 04/20/2005 -- Statoil starts laying Snøhvit line
    Statoil ASA has begun to lay a pipeline that will carry natural gas from its Snøhvit field in the Barents Sea to the Hammerfest LNG plant on the island of Melkøya in northern Norway.
  • 04/22/2005 -- Japan threatens to end pipeline funding
    Japan's Minister for Economy, Trade and Industry Shoichi Nakagawa has threatened to withdraw his country's financial backing for a proposed 4,180-km Russian pipeline after learning a spur to China might be completed first.
  • 04/22/2005 -- Hazira LNG terminal begins operations
    Shell Gas & Power reported the start-up of the Hazira LNG receiving terminal, near Surat in Gujarat, India.
  • 04/27/2005 -- Gulf LNG lets FEED contract for LNG terminal
    Gulf LNG Energy LLC, Houston, has let a contract to Technip for front-end engineering and design (FEED) of a 1.5 bcfd LNG import terminal to be built in the Port of Pascagoula, Miss.
  • 05/03/2005 -- Qatargas JVs sign liquefaction technology contracts
    Air Products & Chemicals Inc. signed two agreements to supply its AP-X liquefaction process technology and key equipment to the proposed Qatargas III Joint Venture (Qatar Petroleum and ConocoPhillips) for Train 6, and the Qatargas IV Joint Venture (QP and Royal Dutch/Shell Group) for Train 7, both in Ras Laffan, Qatar.
  • 05/03/2005 -- Statoil, Aker extend Snøhvit contract
    Statoil ASA and Aker Stord have signed a letter of intent for additional work and completion of the process barge for the Snøhvit project at the Hammerfest LNG plant on Melkøya island in northern Norway.

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