Plans for pipeline construction remain flat; proposals abound
Despite a dramatic and surprisingly sustained run-up in world energy prices, operating companies' plans for petroleum (oil, condensate, and NGL) and natural gas pipeline installation during 2000 reflect almost no change from those announced a year ago for 1999 (OGJ, Feb. 8, 1999, p. 36).
Gas line to Vancouver Island proposed
A new deepwater gas pipeline is slated to traverse waters of the Pacific Northwest US and Canada.
CNPC, Iran to build pipeline for central Asia-Mideast crude swaps
China National Petroleum Corp. and an Iranian oil delegation were expected to start negotiations late last month on the joint financing and construction of a crude pipeline in Iran.
Yadana gas pipeline finally to see start-up, in 1Q 2000
The $1 billion Yadana natural gas pipeline, one of the most controversial energy projects in the world, is expected to go on stream by the end of first quarter 2000.