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Transportation 2008 P13

  • Wed Oct 29 08:10:00 CDT 2008 -- AGF study finds US will compete for LNG
    The US will find that it is able to compete in global LNG markets as worldwide supplies grow and markets stabilize, a study commissioned by the American Gas Foundation concluded.
  • Wed Oct 29 09:10:00 CDT 2008 -- Russia, China agree on ESPO pipeline spur
    Russia's Transneft and China's CNPC have signed a landmark agreement calling for the construction of a 67-km, 300,000 b/d pipeline spur from the East Siberian Pacific Ocean pipeline.
  • Thu Oct 30 13:10:00 CDT 2008 -- Indonesia, China to renegotiate Tangguh LNG price
    Indonesia has no plans to delay shipments of Tangguh LNG to CNOOC's Fujian terminal in China, despite an ongoing price renegotiation with Beijing.
  • Fri Oct 31 00:10:00 CDT 2008 -- US will compete for LNG despite short-term import lull, study finds
    The United States will find that it is able to compete in global liquefied natural gas markets as worldwide supplies grow and markets stabilize, a study commissioned by the American Gas Foundation concluded.
  • Mon Nov 03 16:11:00 CST 2008 -- Iran building bases to 'protect' Strait of Hormuz
    Iran has begun building a line of naval bases along its southern coast and down to the Strait of Hormuz at the entrance to the strategic Gulf oil waterway, according to a senior Iranian official.
  • Tue Nov 04 10:11:00 CST 2008 -- Centrica secures LNG cargo from Qatar
    Centrica PLC will import its first cargo of LNG from Qatar later this month to commission the second expansion phase of the Isle of Grain LNG terminal in Kent.
  • Wed Nov 05 16:11:00 CST 2008 -- Baku-Supsa line reopens, BTC ships Kazakh oil
    BP said the TengizChevrOil consortium has begun transporting oil through the BTC pipeline and that the Baku-Supsa pipeline has reopened after being closed during recent hostilities between Russian and Georgia.
  • Thu Nov 06 12:11:00 CST 2008 -- Woodside lets another contract for Pluto LNG project
    Woodside Petroleum Ltd. has awarded another contract for the Pluto LNG project in Western Australia to Paladio Group subsidiary Decmil Australia.
  • Thu Nov 06 12:11:00 CST 2008 -- Woodside lets another constract for Pluto LNG project
    Woodside Petroleum Ltd. has awarded another contract for the Pluto LNG project in Western Australia to Paladio Group subsidiary Decmil Australia.
  • Fri Nov 07 00:11:00 CST 2008 -- GAO suggests more third-party verification of MMS royalty-in-kind production
    The US Minerals Management Service could improve oversight of its oil and gas royalty-in-kind program by verifying more production data through third parties and improving reports of benefits and costs, the Government Accountability Office said on Oct. 29.
  • Fri Nov 07 10:11:00 CST 2008 -- Enbridge announces open season on Midla pipeline
    Enbridge Energy Partners announced a nonbinding open season for additional firm capacity on its Enbridge Pipelines subsidiary's interstate natural gas pipeline system.
  • Sun Nov 09 08:11:00 CST 2008 -- Vopak pursues new Turkish storage terminal
    Royal Vopak plans to construct an oil products storage terminal on the coast of the Sea of Marmara in the vicinity of Yalova, Turkey.
  • Mon Nov 10 17:11:00 CST 2008 -- Europe reaffirms Nabucco's strategic importance
    EU's energy commissioner Andris Piebalgs, following meetings in Turkey and Azerbaijan, reaffirmed the strategic importance of the southern gas corridor, which aims to supply Europe with gas from Caspian and Central Asian nations.
  • Tue Nov 11 16:11:00 CST 2008 -- Somali pirates defy coalition; seize another tanker
    Pirates off Somalia have hijacked a second vessel chartered by chemical tanker group Stolt-Nielsen, this time taking the MT Stolt Strength in the Gulf of Aden.
  • Wed Nov 12 16:11:00 CST 2008 -- Japan 'unlikely' to buy on LNG spot market
    Japan is unlikely to purchase further cargoes of LNG on the spot market this winter, according to Akio Nomura, chairman of Osaka Gas Co. Ltd. and the Japan Gas Association.
  • Thu Nov 13 11:11:00 CST 2008 -- 'Gas Troika' plans LNG joint venture, paper says
    Russia's state-owned Gazprom, Qatar Liquefied Gas Co., and Iran's NIOC plan to establish a joint venture to produce gas from Iran's South Pars field and liquefy it at Qatar's Ras Laffan.
  • Thu Nov 13 16:11:00 CST 2008 -- Russians, Chinese suspend talks on ESPO spur
    Russia and China, apparently backtracking on agreements made less than a month ago, have suspended talks on the construction of the proposed spur from the ESPO pipeline.
  • Mon Nov 17 11:11:00 CST 2008 -- Kuwait Oil awards pipeline contract to Petrofac
    Kuwait Oil has let a $543 million contract to Petrofac for EPC services for a natural gas pipeline to extend from its Booster Station 131 in northern Kuwait to KOC's LPG plant at the Mina Al-Ahmadi refinery.
  • Mon Nov 17 11:11:00 CST 2008 -- Bobcat Louisiana gas storage site in operation
    Bobcat Gas Storage has started up operations at its natural gas storage facility in St. Landry Parish, La.
  • Mon Nov 17 15:11:00 CST 2008 -- Emboldened Somali pirates hijack Aramco tanker
    Somali pirates operating on the high seas southeast of Mombassa, Kenya, have hijacked the Liberian-flagged Sirius Star, a VLCC owned by Aramco and operated by Vela International.

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