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Oil and rail safety

Dec 15, 2013

With movement of oil by rail rising sharply, producers and refiners have corresponding interest in developments affecting an industry on which they increasingly depend.

UK offshore wind stalls

Dec 9, 2013

European and US lawmakers differ in their policies on offshore wind farms, yet this reporter suspects Europe's offshore wind industry could provide some lessons to US lawmakers, the energy industry, and its investors.

Altering CP criteria part of unified anti-SCC approach

Dec 2, 2013

Custom sleeve design stops tight-quarters crude header leak

Dec 2, 2013

Custom sleeve design provides a cost-effective means for stopping leaks on pipeline supply headers delivering to refineries. A sealing clamp initially used to stop a leak on an oil pipeline began to show leaks around its edges.

EPP begins operations on eighth Mont Belvieu NGL fractionator

Nov 19, 2013

Enterprise Products Partners LP (EPP) has started operations on its latest 85,000 b/d natural gas liquids fractionator at the partnership’s Mont Belvieu, Tex., complex.

Victoria expands Cameroon industrial gas sales network

Nov 11, 2013

Victoria Oil & Gas PLC said that Logbaba gas-condensate field onshore Cameroon, operated by the company's Rodeo Development Ltd. subsidiary, is estimated to hold sufficient proved and probable reserves to supply an average 20 MMscfd of gas to industrial customers until 2043.

Survey shows increase in gas processing construction

Nov 4, 2013

Oil and Gas Journal's semiannual Worldwide Construction Update shows an increase in gas processing construction activity compared with the previous edition of the update.

Crosstex Energy to expand Permian gathering, processing

Oct 28, 2013

Crosstex Energy LP, Dallas, will expand in the Permian basin by building gas processing and rich-gas gathering capacity.

Sasol lets contract for ethane cracker in Louisiana

Oct 16, 2013

Sasol has let a contract to Technip to supply ethylene technology and front-end engineering design for a grassroots ethane cracker.

Spectra Energy to add as much as 7.3 bcfd pipeline capacity by 2017

Oct 7, 2013

Spectra Energy has more than 3.3 bcfd of US natural gas pipeline expansions under way, with another 4 bcfd of capacity in development.

Keystone XL advocates, foes mark permit request's fifth anniversary

Sep 30, 2013

Supporters and opponents of the proposed Keystone XL crude oil pipeline marked the fifth anniversary of the project's application for a cross-border permit from the US Department of State with statements, hearings, and protests.

Shell selects Louisiana site for $12.5 billion, world-scale GTL facility

Sep 24, 2013

Royal Dutch Shell PLC, in a joint press statement with the state of Louisiana, reported the selection of Ascension Parish as a potential location for a $12.5 billion gas-to-liquids (GTL) facility. If built, the plant, to be located near Sorrento, La., would be one of the first commercial-scale plants of its kind in the US.

EPP starts up seventh Mont Belvieu fractionator

Sep 18, 2013

Enterprise Products Partners LP (EPP) has started operations at its seventh NGL fractionator at Mont Belvieu, Tex., east of Houston.

Saskatchewan straddle plant planned to handle Bakken production

Sep 4, 2013

SaskEnergy unit Bayhurst Energy Services Corp. (Besco) will join Mistral Midstream Inc., Calgary, to build a liquids-extraction plant in southeastern Saskatchewan, just north of the North Dakota border.

Popular pipeline economics

Sep 2, 2013

The costs and benefits of building one or another hydrocarbon pipeline, or deciding instead to use rail or another mode of transportation, are as close to the popular consciousness now as has likely ever been the case.

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