-- Azerbaijan to ship oil via Odessa-Brody pipeline Azerbaijan will join with Sarmatia International Pipeline Enterprise LLC to extend the Odessa-Brody oil pipeline from the Caspian region to the Baltic, said Azeri Industry and Energy Minister Natig Aliyev Oct. 4.
-- Onshore pipeline spend to be $180 billion by 2012 An estimated $180 billion will be spent on onshore pipeline projects worldwide through 2012, says Douglas-Westwood analysts in a new study, "The World Onshore Pipelines Report 2008-12."
-- EPP places MAP pipeline expansion in service Enterprise Products Partners has placed into service the final phase of its 50,000 b/d expansion of the Rocky Mountain portion of its 2,500-mile long Mid-America Pipeline system.
-- Fos Cavaou LNG terminal in France delayed Societe du Terminal Methanier de Fos Cavaou has informed France's Energy Regulatory Commission of a major delay in work being carried out to bring its Fos Cavaou LNG terminal on stream in April 2008.
-- Fugro awarded Galsi pipeline route contract Galsi has let an €18 million contract to Dutch firm Fugro to determine the best route for a proposed 8 billion cu m/year pipeline that is expected to start operations at yearend 2009.
-- EU wants Gaz de France, RWE in Nabucco pipeline The European Union has asked the five companies developing the Nabucco pipeline to allow RWE AG and Gaz de France to join the project, according to Bulgaria's economic ministry.