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Transportation 2007 P5

  • 04/09/2007 -- MMS proposal to resolve offshore pipeline access disputes
    The US Minerals Management Service proposed regulations Apr. 6 to establish processes for resolving offshore oil and gas pipeline access disputes.
  • 04/10/2007 -- China mulls formation of two LNG shipping JVs
    Chinese authorities are considering plans to establish two LNG shipping ventures, both to be under the supervision of the state-owned Assets Supervision and Administration Commission (SASAC).
  • 04/11/2007 -- Arrow to supply gas for Queensland LNG plant
    Coal seam methane company Arrow Energy NL, Brisbane, has signed an agreement to supply gas from its Daandine CSM field in southeast Queensland to use as feedstock for a proposed mini-LNG plant.
  • 04/12/2007 -- Petrobras unit to add to oil tanker fleet
    Petroleo Brasileiro SA (Petrobras) shipping subsidiary Transpetro, following a favorable court order last month, has signed contracts valued at $866 million for the construction of nine oil tankers.
  • 04/17/2007 -- Malaysian pipeline, refinery complex proposed
    A proposed refinery complex and pipeline across northern Malaysia are at the discussion stage, according to a senior Malaysian official.
  • 04/18/2007 -- County seeks expert to assess LNG project safety
    Clatsop County officials in northwest Oregon are seeking experts to conduct an independent public safety assessment of the Bradwood Landing LNG import terminal.
  • 04/20/2007 -- Woodside seeks liquefaction site off W. Australia
    Woodside Petroleum is considering building its $10 billion Browse basin LNG liquefaction plant on the Scott coral reef some 420 km from Broome off Kimberley, Western Australia.
  • 04/23/2007 -- WAGP system to start gas deliveries in November
    The $560 million West African Gas Pipeline (WAGP) will start deliveries to Benin, Ghana, and Togo in November after a series of delays, a senior Nigerian government official told OGJ.
  • 04/23/2007 -- FERC adopts gas interchangeability policy
    The US Federal Energy Regulatory Commission adopted a natural gas interchangeability policy when it said on Apr. 19 that it would not accept requests from natural gas pipelines to compensate customers and other downstream users for costs incurred from using supplies that include revaporized gas that meets approved gas quality and interchangeability standards.
  • 04/23/2007 -- Imperial to appease Rosprirodnadzor over Tomsk operations
    Imperial Energy has assured Russian environmental watchdog Rosprirodnadzor that it will resolve all alleged violations of its pipeline construction and booking of its reserves after Rosprirodnadzor deputy head Oleg Mitvol last week threatened to revoke the company's licenses in western Siberia.
  • 04/24/2007 -- OMV seeks South Pars stake, LNG work in Iran
    OMV has signed a heads of agreement with National Iranian Oil Co. to help develop South Pars gas field off Iran, participate in construction of a liquefaction plant, and export LNG.
  • 04/24/2007 -- Shell to buy capacity in Gate LNG terminal
    Shell Energy Europe BV has agreed to take a maximum of 4 billion cu m of capacity rights in the proposed Gate LNG regasification terminal in Rotterdam under a heads of agreement signed with the project operator, Gate Terminal BV.
  • 04/24/2007 -- Maryland officials oppose plan for Baltimore LNG terminal
    Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley, members of the state's congressional delegation, and county and local officials expressed strong opposition on Apr. 23 to AES Corp.'s plan to build an LNG terminal and regasification plant at the mouth of Baltimore's harbor.
  • 04/25/2007 -- Petrobras leases two FSRUs from Golar LNG
    Petroleo Brasileiro SA (Petrobras) has leased two floating storage and regasification units (FSRUs) from Golar LNG Ltd. for use at LNG receiving terminals at Guanabara Bay in Rio de Janeiro state, and Pecém in Ceará.
  • 04/26/2007 -- Petronas, Gasunie consider gas infrastructure partnership
    Petronas has expressed an interest in becoming involved in the proposed Gate LNG terminal in the Netherlands, said Marcel Kramer, chief executive of NV Nederlandse Gasunie.
  • 04/26/2007 -- US to host LNG17 conference in 2013
    The US has been selected to host a major LNG conference and exhibition in 2013, the American Gas Association reported on Apr. 23.
  • 04/27/2007 -- LNG15: US seen relying on LNG to raise gas supply
    LNG will bear the burden of increasing US natural gas supply through 2030, according to Guy Caruso, administrator, US Energy Information Administration.
  • 05/01/2007 -- Sinotrans to store, ship oil for Sinochem
    China's Sinotrans Group Corp. said it will begin providing global oil shipping and logistics services to Sinochem Corp.
  • 05/01/2007 -- China-Myanmar oil pipeline funded; gas line planned
    China's National Development and Reform Commission has approved funds for an oil pipeline between China and Myanmar. Construction is expected to start this year.
  • 05/02/2007 -- OTC: Petrobras, Bolivia continue refinery sale talks
    Petroleo Brasileiro SA (Petrobras) has not yet reached an agreement with Bolivian authorities on the price for its two refineries in Bolivia, the company's Chief Executive Jose Sergio Gabrielli said at the Offshore Technology Conference in Houston.

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