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  • 07/05/2011 -- Lithuania lets contract for floating LNG terminal
    Lithuania state oil company Klaipedos Nafta AB has awarded Fluor Corp. a contract to provide engineering and business support for a floating LNG import terminal at Klaipeda, Lithuania.
  • 07/05/2011 -- ExxonMobil continues Yellowstone crude oil line cleanup
    Cleanup efforts continue on a crude oil pipeline leak reported by ExxonMobil Corp. The major discovered an undetermined amount of oil in the early morning of July 2 released into the Yellowstone River from an ExxonMobil Pipeline Co. pipeline.
  • 07/01/2011 -- Native title agreement signed for Browse LNG hub
    A landmark native title agreement has been signed to secure land at James Price Point for the proposed Browse LNG project facilities precinct in the Kimberley region of northwest Western Australia.
  • 07/01/2011 -- Alyeska releases TAPS low-flow impact study
    Alyeska Pipeline Service Co.’s ‘Low Flow Impact Study’ of the Trans-Alaska Pipeline System warns of potential operations and safety issues if flow rate on the line drops below 350,000 b/d.
  • 06/30/2011 -- MEPS launches binding open season
    Marcellus Ethane Pipeline System (MEPS) is holding a 30-day open season to secure binding commitments from potential shippers for ethane transportation service from fractionation plants in the Marcellus shale to interconnect points with third party ethane pipelines or storage facilities along the Gulf Coast.
  • 06/29/2011 -- Valero unit acquires Kentucky terminals
    Valero Terminaling & Distribution Co. acquired product terminals in Louisville and Lexington, Ky., from Chevron USA Inc.
  • 06/29/2011 -- Sunoco Logistics acquiring storage facilities
    Sunoco Logistics Partners LP has agreed to acquire oil storage facilities in New Jersey and Massachusetts.
  • 06/28/2011 -- Study projects $205.2 billion in midstream gas outlays by 2035
    An average $8.2 billion/year will have to be spent by 2035 for the US and Canada to accommodate new natural gas supplies, particularly from prolific shale plays, and meet growing demand, a study commissioned by the INGAA Foundation concluded.
  • 06/28/2011 -- Ichthys LNG project gets environmental nod
    Australia’s Federal Environment Minister Tony Burke gave government approval for the proposed Ichthys LNG project provided strict conditions are met.
  • 06/27/2011 -- NuStar, Velocity partner to ship Eagle Ford condensate
    NuStar Logistics LP and Velocity Midstream Partners have signed a letter of intent to develop a pipeline system transporting west Eagle Ford shale condensate from Velocity's Gardendale hub to NuStar's North Beach Corpus Christi, Tex., terminal facility.

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