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Douglas Channel LNG moves toward 2018 startup

Jan 29, 2015

Exmar NV, EDF Trading, and AIJVLP, a joint venture of AltaGas Ltd. and Idemitsu Kosan Co. Ltd., have taken full ownership of the 550,000 tonne/year Douglas Channel LNG project and executed long-term lease agreements with the Haisla Nation regarding land and water tenure, and with Pacific Northern Gas Ltd. for long-term pipeline capacity to supply gas to the project.

Mitsui charters two more LNG ships for Cameron export project

Jan 29, 2015

Mitsui & Co., Ltd., Tokyo, reports contracts for chartering two new ships to transport LNG to Japan from the Cameron LNG export project in Louisiana.

US House approves bill aimed at increasing LNG exports

Jan 28, 2015

The US House of Representatives passed a bill aimed at increasing US LNG exports by requiring the Department of Energy to determine whether a project is in the national interest once its federal environmental reviews were complete.

New Russia-Turkey gas pipeline route approved

Jan 28, 2015

OAO Gazprom reported selection of a route for a gas pipeline across the Black Sea from Russia to Turkey.

PHMSA outlines community steps to reduce pipeline incident risks

Jan 27, 2015

The US Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration released a guide to best practices for communities to reduce risks from pipeline incidents, including those caused by natural hazards.

Knight Warrior Eaglebine-Woodbine crude pipeline advances

Jan 27, 2015

Knight Warrior LLC has reached agreements to build its 160-mile, 100,000-b/d pipeline linking the East Texas Eaglebine-Woodbine crude oil play to Houston refining and export markets. Knight Warrior awarded Hatch Mott MacDonald LLC the project’s engineering and design contract, with Contract Land Staff LLC performing land management and Apex Titan environmental services.

ETP, Regency to merge in $18-billion deal

Jan 26, 2015

Energy Transfer Partners LP (ETP) and Regency Energy Partners have agreed to merge in a unit-for-unit transaction, plus a one-time cash payment to Regency unit holders, valued at $18 billion, including the assumption of net debt and other liabilities of $6.8 billion.

State of the formula

Jan 26, 2015

President Barack Obama addressed more about oil and gas than he seemed to in his State of the Union speech Jan. 20. The president boasted about "booming energy production," falling reliance on foreign oil, and recently low gasoline prices.

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