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Enbridge plans North Dakota pipeline expansion

Oct 30, 2007 Enbridge Energy Partners LP, Houston, said it will proceed with yet another expansion of the Enbridge North Dakota Pipeline System.

IFP: Oil equipment, services demand growth slows

Oct 23, 2007 Globally, oil field equipment and services have been in tight supply since 2005, but the demand growth rate is beginning to slow and may plateau in 2008, said officials at Institut Francais du Petrole (IFP).

US Fuels-Conclusion: Policy issues will affect future US fuels markets

Oct 15, 2007 This article examines the economic and policy factors that have played a large role in the US motor fuels market, and quantifies future outcomes based on a range of possible economic and policy conditions.

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Oct 15, 2007

ONGC plans Mumbai field second-phase redevelopment

Oct 10, 2007 India's state-run Oil & Natural Gas Corp. is planning to spend $1.43 billion for the second-phase redevelopment of Mumbai High South (MHS) field.

EPP places MAP pipeline expansion in service

Oct 10, 2007 Enterprise Products Partners has placed into service the final phase of its 50,000 b/d expansion of the Rocky Mountain portion of its 2,500-mile long Mid-America Pipeline system.

Study forecasts US fuel demand for next decade

Oct 8, 2007 Economic growth, fuel prices, and policy choices will determine the rate of growth of US gasoline and diesel markets during the next decade.

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Oct 8, 2007

Oil production starts from Greater Plutonio area off Angola

Oct 2, 2007 Oil production has started Oct. 1 from the Greater Plutonio development area on Block 18 off Angola, reported block operator BP Angola (Block 18) BV.

LNG TRADE-1: Domestic gas statistics shape LNG policies

Oct 1, 2007 Looking closely at prevailing natural gas statistics for production, consumption, net export capability, and proved reserves of each country provides insight into how various countries’ natural gas industries are evolving relative to each other and why.

FTC: Market factors explain ’06 gasoline price spurt

Sep 10, 2007 Market factors ranging from reduced refining capacity to higher crude oil and ethanol prices led to dramatically higher gasoline prices in the late spring and early summer of 2006, the US Department of Justice’s antitrust division and the Federal Trade Commission jointly concluded on Aug. 30.

OGJ Newsletter

Sep 10, 2007

Part 2-Refining dynamics counter public misperceptions

Sep 10, 2007 Some have argued that refiners’ recent high income levels are excessive. However, oil refining is a highly capital-intensive industry needing large profits to compensate companies for huge investments.

Part 1-Complex factors cause recent gasoline price run-ups

Sep 3, 2007 During 1999-2006, US gasoline prices almost tripled, shocking consumers and spurring public debate about the causes of the increase.

OGJ Newsletter

Sep 3, 2007

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