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  • 07/13/2005 -- Kogas, Vopak consider building LNG terminal in Asia
    The International Projects Group of Korea Gas Corp. (Kogas) and Koninklijke Vopak NV subsidiary Vopak Asia Pte. Ltd. (Vopak) have signed an agreement aimed at construction of one or more LNG receiving terminals in Asia.
  • 07/18/2005 -- Hiroshima Gas to buy LNG from Petronas unit
    Petronas subsidiary Malaysia LNG Sdn. Bhd. (MLNG) signed an agreement with Hiroshima Gas Co. Ltd. to supply as much as 82,000 tonnes of LNG to the Japanese company over 8 years.
  • 07/18/2005 -- South Korea signs long-term LNG contract
    South Korea has signed a long-term LNG contract with three foreign suppliers.
  • 07/18/2005 -- Oil line starts up on Yemen's Block S-1
    TransGlobe Energy Corp., Calgary, reported start-up of the Block S-1 oil pipeline in Yemen.
  • 07/19/2005 -- Pipelines planned between Iraq and Iran
    Iran plans to finance and build pipelines to supply neighboring Iraq with oil products and to enable Iraq to supply crude oil to Iran, Iranian Oil Minister Bijan Namdar Zanganeh said July 18 in Tehran.
  • 07/22/2005 -- NEB leads investigation of pipeline leak
    Canada's National Energy Board is leading an investigation of a July 15 crude oil leak from a Terasen Inc. pipeline near Abbotsford, BC.
  • 07/22/2005 -- TEPPCO Partners buys Houston area pipeline
    TEPPCO Partners LP has acquired from Texas Genco LLC interests in companies that own a 90-mile products pipeline system and 5.8 million bbl of storage capacity in the Houston-Texas City, Tex., area.
  • 07/28/2005 -- Gaz de France starts receiving Idku LNG
    Gaz de France has taken delivery of its first consignment of Egyptian LNG at its Montoir de Bretagne gasification terminal in Brittany.
  • 08/01/2005 -- Enbridge gets support for mainline expansion
    Enbridge Energy Partners LP, Calgary, said a recently concluded open season indicated strong support from shippers for the addition of 400,000 b/d of crude oil capacity on its mainline system from Hardisty, Alta., to Chicago, Ill., as early as 2009.
  • 08/02/2005 -- Sempra to start Cameron LNG construction
    Sempra LNG, San Diego, reported it plans to begin construction within the next 2 months on its Cameron LNG receiving terminal near Lake Charles, La.
  • 08/03/2005 -- Well off Australia a boost for possible LNG train
    Success of Woodside Petroleum Ltd.'s Pluto-2 appraisal well on the North West Shelf off Western Australia could lead to the construction of a sixth LNG train on the Burrup Peninsula, the company said.
  • 08/03/2005 -- Russian firm to lay gas line in Algeria
    Algeria's state-owned Sonatrach has let contract to Russia's Stroitransgaz for construction of a 273-km natural gas pipeline between Souguer and a power plant under construction at Hadjret En Nouss.
  • 08/04/2005 -- Kazakhstan to sign BTC pipeline agreement
    Kazakhstan will sign an agreement on joining the Baku-Tbilisi-Ceyhan oil pipeline project in October, according to Energy Minister Vladimir Shkolnik.
  • 08/05/2005 -- KeySpan seeks rehearing for LNG upgrade
    KeySpan Corp. formally asked the US Federal Energy Regulatory Commission to reconsider its July order denying authorization for an upgrade of the existing Fields Point LNG peaking plant in Providence, RI.
  • 08/08/2005 -- Statoil, Sonatrach sign cooperation accord
    Norway's Statoil ASA and Algeria's Sonatrach have sign a memorandum of understanding (MOU) covering international cooperation.
  • 08/08/2005 -- China to limit LNG terminal construction
    China has ordered that only one LNG terminal will be built in each of its coastal provinces in order to prevent duplication of large energy infrastructure projects, the South China Morning Post reported Aug 8.
  • 08/09/2005 -- TransCanada Keystone pipeline progresses
    TransCanada has made minor adjustments to its proposed 1,870-mile Keystone Pipeline route after preliminary discussions with potential shippers and key stakeholder groups this summer.
  • 08/09/2005 -- Tangguh group charters seven LNG carriers
    Tangguh Production Sharing Contractors, a consortium led by BP Berau, awarded contracts to three carrier groups to provide seven vessels to transport LNG from Indonesia's Tangguh project.
  • 08/10/2005 -- Work to start on Russia's Pacific oil line
    Russia will begin construction this fall of the first leg of its planned 4,130-km crude oil pipeline from Taishet in eastern Siberia to the Sea of Japan, Boris Govorin, governor of the Irkutsk Region, told Russia's Interfax News Agency on Aug 10.
  • 08/10/2005 -- RasGas III orders 12 LNG carriers
    Ras Laffan Liquefied Natural Gas Co. Ltd. III ordered 12 LNG carriers worth $2.9 billion total, three South Korean shipbuilders reported.

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