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Transportation 2007 P4

  • 03/06/2007 -- Indonesia seeking higher price for LNG exports
    In an effort to obtain higher prices for its LNG exported from Tangguh in Papua New Guinea, Indonesia wants to renegotiate LNG contract terms with South Korea.
  • 03/08/2007 -- Bangor Gas settles FERC's rule-violation charge
    Bangor Gas Co. agreed to pay $1 million to settle a charge of violating the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission's "shipper must have title" requirement in the first civil penalty involving natural gas under FERC's new authority granted by the 2005 Energy Policy Act.
  • 03/08/2007 -- Technically advanced Gaselys LNG carrier launched
    NYK Armateur, a joint subsidiary of Japan's ship-owner NYK Line 60% and Gaz de France 40%, has launched the 154,500 cu m Gaselys LNG carrier, sister ship of the giant Provalys carrier launched in mid-November 2006 (OGJ, Nov. 27, 2006, Newsletter).
  • 03/08/2007 -- Pipelay work due Northeast Gateway LNG port
    Algonquin Gas Transmission LLC, an affiliate of Spectra Energy Corp., has let a contract to Horizon Offshore Contractors Inc. for pipelaying and burying services associated with the Northeast Gateway Deepwater LNG Port being built in Massachusetts Bay, near Boston.
  • 03/09/2007 -- Russian oil terminal at Kozmino given environmental nod
    Russia's environmental oversight agency Rostekhnadzor said a projected oil terminal at Kozmino, on Russia's Pacific Coast, will present no threat to its surroundings when constructed.
  • 03/13/2007 -- Venezuela signs MOU for LNG supply to Jamaica
    Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez and Jamaica's Prime Minister Portia Simpson Miller have signed a memorandum of understanding for the South American country to supply LNG to Jamaica by 2009.
  • 03/14/2007 -- Gassco assesses gas pipeline routes to Europe
    Norway's state-owned Gassco AS is evaluating pipeline routes to bring Norwegian North Sea gas to Europe.
  • 03/19/2007 -- Sevan orders additional FPSO from Chinese shipyard
    Sevan Marine is expanding its long-term cooperation with China's Hantong Shipyard and has ordered an additional Sevan 300 FPSO unit, Sevan 300 No. 5.
  • 03/23/2007 -- BG eyes new Trinidad and Tobago LNG export train
    British Gas has signed a memorandum of understanding with Trinidad and Tobago for a joint study to determine the feasibility for an additional LNG export train at the liquefaction plant at Point Fortin, Trinidad (OGJ, Feb. 19, 2007, Newsletter).
  • 03/27/2007 -- GCLP selects operator for Calhoun LNG project
    Gulf Coast LNG Partners LP (GCLP), Houston, has signed a memorandum of understanding for Port Lavaca LNG Services LLC to become operator of the Calhoun LNG terminal under development at Port Lavaca-Point Comfort in Calhoun County, Tex.
  • 03/27/2007 -- GAIL mulls acquisition of Dabhol LNG terminal
    India's state-owned GAIL (India) Ltd. is expected to acquire the inactive, 5 million tonne/year Dabhol LNG terminal in India's southern Maharashtra state. The beleaguered terminal was a project of failed US company Enron Corp.'s Ratnagiri Gas & Power Pvt. Ltd. unit.
  • 03/29/2007 -- Neptune LNG project gets deepwater port license
    Neptune LNG LLC, a subsidiary of SUEZ Energy North America Inc., has received a deepwater port license from the US Maritime Administration for its Neptune offshore LNG facility in Massachusetts Bay.
  • 04/02/2007 -- Shell drops plans for Gulf Landing LNG terminal
    Shell US Gas & Power LLC has decided to drop plans for its proposed Gulf Landing LNG receiving and regasification terminal off Louisiana.
  • 04/03/2007 -- MLNG extends LNG contract with Saibu Gas
    Malaysia LNG, a unit of state-run Petronas, has signed an agreement with Japan's Saibu Gas to supply up to 390,000 tonnes/year of LNG for 15 years beginning October 2013.
  • 04/03/2007 -- Petrobras, Sonatrach eye LNG accord
    Brazil's state-run Petroleo Brasileiro SA (Petrobras) and Algeria's Sonatrach have reached agreement on a memorandum of understanding to study an LNG partnership.
  • 04/04/2007 -- Five European countries support Pan-European oil pipeline
    Energy ministers from five southern European countries signed an agreement to cooperate and support the proposed construction of a 1,300-1,400 km oil pipeline linking the Black Sea port of Constanta, Romania, to Trieste, Italy.
  • 04/05/2007 -- Crosstex starts up north Louisiana gas line extension
    Crosstex Energy LP, Dallas, started up its $90 million natural gas pipeline expansion across three parishes in northern Louisiana Apr. 1.
  • 04/05/2007 -- CNOOC to build liquefaction plant on China coast
    China National Offshore Oil Corp. has signed a contract with authorities in Zhuhai, in Guangdong Province, China, to build an LNG liquefaction plant there, the company said Apr. 5.
  • 04/09/2007 -- PGN seeks partner for Situbondo LNG terminal
    Indonesia's state-owned PT Perusahaan Gas Negara (PGN) said it is seeking a strategic partner to implement its plans to construct an LNG terminal at Situbondo in East Java.
  • 04/09/2007 -- CNPC to start west-east gas line build next year
    China National Petroleum Corp. (CNPC) will begin construction of a 6,500-km west-east natural gas pipeline from Xinjiang to Guangdong in August or September 2008, according to Xue Zhenkui, director of the China Petroleum Pipeline Scientific Research Institute in the official Shanghai Securities News.

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