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Algeria's North Reggane fields to flow 280 MMcfd

Feb 15, 2012

Repsol YPF and partners Sonatrach, RWE Dea, and Edison of Italy have won approval from Algerian authorities to develop the $3 billion North Reggane gas project in west-central Algeria.

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Feb 13, 2012

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OGJ Newsletter

Feb 13, 2012

International news for oil and gas professionals

OGJ Newsletter

Feb 13, 2012

International news for oil and gas professionals

More processing, NGL handling on tap for Eagle Ford

Feb 7, 2012

Southcross Energy, Dallas, has started construction of a fractionator and NGL and residue-pipeline outlets in South Texas to expand service to producers in the liquids-rich Eagle Ford shale where NGL infrastructure has been constrained.

Near-term pipeline plans grow, longer-term projects sag

Feb 6, 2012

Planned pipeline construction to be completed in 2012 rose 6.7% from the previous year, with increases in planned crude and natural gas pipelines more than countering sharply reduced products pipeline construction plans.

Imperial to boost Cold Lake bitumen output

Feb 3, 2012

Imperial Oil Ltd. has approved expansion of its Cold Lake in situ oil sands project in Alberta in a $2 billion project that will boost production by more than 40,000 b/d of bitumen.

Watching Government: NGVs gain ground in some states

Jan 30, 2012 Natural gas vehicles (NGVs) may not have much political appeal these days in Washington.

Plains All American to build Bakken gas processing plant

Jan 27, 2012

Plains All American Pipeline LP’s wholly owned subsidiary Plains Gas Solutions LLC (PGS) plans to build a cryogenic gas processing plant with deep cut ethane plus recoveries and specification product fractionation capability at its multiproduct Ross complex near Ross, ND.

Obama administration rejects Keystone XL permit application

Jan 23, 2012 US President Barack Obama’s administration rejected the cross-border permit for the proposed Keystone XL crude oil pipeline, saying that a deadline imposed by Congress does not give it time to properly determine if the proposed project is in the national interest in its current state.

Obama spurns jobs

Jan 23, 2012 Now the president must appease his labor constituency. In rejecting construction of an important pipeline, US President Barack Obama has foreclosed employment for thousands of workers and stalled if not killed a project hugely beneficial to energy security.

Ill-conceived rules could harm US refining, API officials warn

Jan 23, 2012 US refiners have enough operating or planned capacity to meet domestic demand for the foreseeable future, but the situation could change if ill-conceived proposed regulations are adopted, American Petroleum Institute officials warned.

North Dakota natural gas plant starts up

Jan 10, 2012

Oneok Partners LP, Tulsa, reported that its 100-MMcfd Garden Creek natural gas processing plant in eastern McKenzie County, ND, is receiving production from the Bakken shale.

Regressions allow development of compressor cost estimation models

Jan 9, 2012

Historical data and multiple nonlinear regressions allow the development of regional and national compressor station construction component cost estimation models, capable of estimating cost components with respect to both different compressor station capacities and regions.

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Jan 9, 2012

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