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  • 08/31/2009 -- NGSA, AGA respond to FERC's pipeline flow data posting proposals
    The Natural Gas Supply Association and American Gas Association responded differently to proposed new federal requirements requiring the daily posting of the scheduled flow of natural gas on pipelines.
  • 08/31/2009 -- GDF Suez executive bullish about global LNG prospects
    With sights set on the medium and long term, GDF Suez Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Gerard Mestrallet remained bullish about many global LNG prospects, despite the current slump in natural gas demand and an apparent glut of projects.
  • 08/28/2009 -- Tesoro starts oil flow through reversed Panama pipeline
    Tesoro Corp. announced shipment of the first barrels of oil through the reversed 81-mile Petroterminal de Panama trans-Panamanian pipeline from the Atlantic side of the isthmus to the Pacific.
  • 08/27/2009 -- French ecology official orders pipeline assessments
    The pipeline linking Fos-sur-Mer to Germany leaked 3,000 cu m of oil, polluting a natural fauna and flora reserve in the Provence region in southern France.
  • 08/27/2009 -- Russia's ESPO pipeline construction 'on schedule'
    Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin, who recently launched a major new oil field, has been told that state-owned pipeline monopoly OAO Transneft is on schedule with construction of both phases of the 4,130-km East Siberia-Pacific Ocean (ESPO) pipeline.
  • 08/27/2009 -- Inergy ends open seasons for Northeast pipeline projects
    Inergy LP-subsidiary Inergy Midstream LLC received indications of interest exceeding 400% of capacity required to construct its 43-mile Marc I Hub Line and exceeding 600% of capacity required to construct its North-South project during recently closed open seasons on the two systems.
  • 08/27/2009 -- Gorgon field development project clears another hurdle
    Development of the Greater Gorgon fields, off Australia’s northwest coast, received a major boost Aug. 25 when the Australian government gave the project critical environmental approvals, appending an additional 28 conditions.
  • 08/25/2009 -- Land route chosen for Iran-Pakistan gas pipeline
    A Pakistan government subcommittee finalized a land route through Balochistan province for the Iran-Pakistan gas pipeline.
  • 08/25/2009 -- Dalian Port 'confident' of plans to expand oil operations
    The Port of Dalian, aiming to become a major gateway for China’s oil imports, plans to spend $117 million or more this year on the necessary storage and berthing infrastructure.
  • 08/24/2009 -- Dolphin eyes completion of Taweelah-Fujairah line in 2010
    Dolphin Energy Ltd., which earlier this month refinanced $4.1 billion in debt, reported that work on its planned 244-km, 48-in. Taweelah-Fujairah natural gas pipeline will be completed by third-quarter 2010.

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