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Transportation 2009 P20

  • 07/02/2009 -- CNPC begins construction of Chad oil pipeline
    China National Petroleum Corp. (CNPC) has begun construction in Chad of a 300-km oil pipeline that will transport crude from Koudalwa field to the Djarmaya refinery, north of N'Djamena.
  • 07/01/2009 -- Recent reports reveal shifting LNG trends in 2009
    At mid-2009, prospects for global LNG demand “remain bleak,” according to a research report issued at the end of June by Barclays Capital.
  • 06/30/2009 -- Gazprom seeks to rattle EU with Azerbaijan gas agreement
    Russia’s OAO Gazprom, in an apparent effort to exert greater control over the European Union’s energy supplies, signed an agreement to import natural gas from Azerbaijan and transport it to Europe.
  • 06/30/2009 -- Gorgon-Jansz gas gets interim marketing nod
    The three joint venturers in the Gorgon-Jansz gas and LNG project in Western Australia have been given conditional interim authorization from the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) to market gas in the state.
  • 06/30/2009 -- Floating LNG system eyed for Timor Sea find
    Flex LNG of Norway has entered an option agreement to acquire control of Jersey-based Minza Oil & Gas, which holds a 100% interest in permit JPDA 06-101A in the Joint Petroleum Development Area between East Timor and Australia.
  • 06/30/2009 -- Qatar, Poland sign 20-year LNG contract
    Qatar Liquefied Gas Co. III (Qatargas) has signed a 20-year agreement to sell Poland 1 million tonnes/year of LNG.
  • 06/29/2009 -- Public underestimates oil, gas role in energy future, survey finds
    Although Americans recognize that the United States will need more energy, they still underestimate the amount of oil and gas which will be needed, a survey commissioned by the American Petroleum Institute found.
  • 06/25/2009 -- Gazprom, Kogas sign MOU for Sakhalin-2 pipeline project
    Russia’s OAO Gazprom and South Korea’s Korea Gas Corp. (Kogas) have signed a memorandum of understanding to study the possibilities of supplying Russian natural gas to South Korea by extending the Sakhalin-Khabarovsk-Vladivostok (SKV) gas pipeline.
  • 06/24/2009 -- Japanese LNG buyers allow talks to continue over Indonesian gas
    Japanese companies aiming to purchase supplies from Indonesia’s Donggi-Senoro LNG plant in Central Sulawesi have extended the deadline for the consortium of companies developing the plant to negotiate prices and availability with the government.
  • 06/22/2009 -- Petrovietnam starts Su Tu Vang gas pipeline
    Vietnam’s state-owned Petrovietnam has begun operating a natural gas pipeline to electric power plants and industrial parks in the country’s southeastern region from its Su Tu Vang oil field offshore on Block 15-1.

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