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Gas agreement seen firming China-Russia energy ties

Nov 25, 2014

A Nov. 9 framework agreement for another large gas-supply deal between OAO Gazprom and China National Petroleum Corp. remains far from concluded but “reinforces the notion of a growing relationship between energy-hungry China and energy-export-dependent Russia,” according to analysts at the Center for Strategic & International Studies (CSIS), Washington, DC.

Plains All American to expand Cactus pipeline takeaway capacity

Nov 25, 2014

Plains All American Pipeline LP (PAA) plans to provide additional pumps to increase the takeaway capacity of the Cactus pipeline in response to higher regional production forecasts and shipper demand.

Southcross completes acquisition of Eagle Ford pipeline system

Nov 24, 2014

Southcross Energy Partners LP, Dallas, has completed its acquisition of a natural gas gathering system in McMullen County, Tex.

Open season launched for Nederland-to-St. James crude oil pipeline

Nov 24, 2014

Phillips 66, Houston, and Energy Transfer Partners LP, Dallas, launched a binding open season to assess interest in committed service under local tariffs for crude oil pipeline transportation originating at Nederland, Tex., for deliveries to various terminals and refineries nearby Lake Charles and St. James, La.

Senate debates, then barely rejects, Keystone XL approval bill

Nov 24, 2014

The US Senate finally debated a bill authorizing construction of the proposed Keystone XL crude oil pipeline on Nov. 18 before rejecting the measure by a single vote. Republicans vowed to bring the measure back once they assume majority control in January.

Deloitte: More executives believe US can be self-sufficient in oil

Nov 24, 2014

More oil and gas executives are growing increasingly confident that the US will be self-sufficient in oil in 5-10 years, said a Deloitte survey titled, "2014 Oil & Gas Survey: The Next Chapter of the Energy Renaissance."

Mexico moving quickly to implement energy reforms, officials report

Nov 24, 2014

Mexico is moving quickly to implement its aggressive energy reforms, two officials of its government told a conference at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars.

Oil & Gas UK rebuts industry-subsidy claim

Nov 24, 2014

Oil & Gas UK has issued a sharp rebuttal to reports that UK producers enjoy generous governmental subsidies.

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