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REX pipeline start affects regional natural gas pricing

Apr 2, 2007 The Feb. 14, 2007, opening of the first leg of Kinder Morgan’s Rockies Express (REX) pipeline between Wamsutter, Wyo. and the Cheyenne Hub in northeastern Colorado, will narrow the Opal-to-Cheyenne pricing differential even while increased gas-on-gas competition in the region forces regional price differentials lower until completion of REX Phase III in 2009.

Neptune LNG project gets deepwater port license

Mar 29, 2007 Neptune LNG LLC, a subsidiary of SUEZ Energy North America Inc., has received a deepwater port license from the US Maritime Administration for its Neptune offshore LNG facility in Massachusetts Bay.

Oneok JV plans another NGL pipeline

Mar 29, 2007 Overland Pass Pipeline Co. plans to build a 150-mile NGL pipeline lateral to connect with the previously announced 750-mile Overland Pass Pipeline.

Oneok to lay NGL pipeline in Oklahoma, Texas

Mar 27, 2007 Oneok Partners LP plans to build a $260 million natural gas liquids pipeline from southern Oklahoma through the Barnett Shale gas play in northern Texas and continuing on to the Texas Gulf Coast.

Part 1: Oil companies adjust as government roles expand

Mar 26, 2007 In the energy industry, the world is not flat. Concentration of oil and gas resources in a handful of small, powerful, and resource-nationalistic governments and their respective national oil companies (NOCs) has created an uneven playing field for international oil companies (IOCs).

Iran becoming mega petchem producer, natural gas consumer

Mar 26, 2007 Iran’s government is moving away from an oil-export based economy by increasing the priority of its gas resources development, including the expansion of its petrochemical industry.

SPECIAL REPORT: Shifting global product specs push more refinery investment

Mar 19, 2007 Refiners throughout the world are increasing investments to deal with changing specifications for gasoline and diesel fuel.

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Mar 19, 2007

Mexilhao development includes largest fixed platform off Brazil

Mar 19, 2007 The Mexilhao nonassociated gas development in the Santos basin includes the largest fixed platform to date off Brazil.

BPTT expects Mango-Cashima fields output in fall

Mar 8, 2007 BP Trinidad & Tobago LLC is moving to bring online 800 MMcfd of natural gas from its Mango and Cashima fields off eastern Trinidad and Tobago this fall.

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Feb 26, 2007

COMPANY NEWS: Shell offers $7.4 billion for Shell Canada stake

Feb 26, 2007 Royal Dutch Shell PLC offered $7.4 billion to shareholders in its Shell Canada Ltd. subsidiary for the 22% minority stake it does not already own.

SPECIAL REPORT: Fischer-Tropsch oil-from-coal promising as transport fuel

Feb 26, 2007 As crude oil prices rose above $50/bbl last year, interest revived in the use of Fischer-Tropsch (F-T) technology to produce transportation fuels from coal.

Chevron's Casotte LNG terminal gets FERC approval

Feb 21, 2007 Chevron Corp. has received approval from the US Federal Energy Regulatory Commission to build the Casotte Landing regasification facility next to the company's 325,000 b/cd Pascagoula refinery in Jackson County, Miss.

SPECIAL REPORT: 2007 construction lags 2006, but more projects lie ahead

Feb 19, 2007 Planned pipeline construction to be completed in 2007 slipped nearly 13% from the previous year, driven by the 2006 completion of large crude pipelines.

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