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PHMSA proposes pipeline accident notification regulations

Jul 2, 2015

The US Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration has proposed new federal oil and gas pipeline accident and notification regulations. Operators would be required to notify the National Response Center (NRC) of a release at the earliest practicable time following its confirmed discovery, but not more than an hour after that point, the US Department of Transportation agency said on July 1.

Quicksilver Canada gets LNG export approval

Jul 2, 2015

Quicksilver Resources Canada Inc. has received approval from the National Energy Board of Canada to export 20 million tonnes/year of LNG from a possible liquefaction plant near Campbell River, BC.

Origin lets contract for Otway basin fields

Jul 2, 2015

Origin Energy Ltd., Sydney, has let a $1.3 million (Aus.) contract to Wood Group Kenny for provision of a detailed engineering design for the onshore pipelines related to Halladale, Black Watch, and Speculant natural gas fields in the Otway basin just offshore western Victoria.

API to issue recommended practice to address pipeline safety

Jul 1, 2015

The American Petroleum Institute expects to issue a new recommended practice in another few weeks that addresses pipeline safety issues, but the trade association is equally working on challenges involving rail and maritime transportation, said Robin Rorick, API midstream and industry operations director.

Shell Midstream Partners takes interest in Poseidon oil pipeline

Jul 1, 2015

Shell Midstream Partners LP has completed its acquisition of 36% equity interest in Poseidon Oil Pipeline Co. LLC from Equilon Enterprises LLC, a subsidiary of Shell Oil Products US, for $350 million.

Shell makes FID on Appomattox deepwater development in Gulf of Mexico

Jul 1, 2015

Royal Dutch Shell PLC has taken a final investment decision (FID) on the Appomattox deepwater development, authorizing construction and installation of the company’s eighth and largest floating platform in the Gulf of Mexico.

Woodside-led Browse FLNG venture enters FEED phase

Jul 1, 2015

The Woodside Petroleum Ltd.-led Browse LNG joint venture has entered the front-end engineering and design phase for a floating LNG (FLNG) development of Torosa, Brecknock, and Calliance natural gas fields offshore Western Australia.

Case for Keystone XL has grown stronger, TransCanada tells Kerry

Jun 30, 2015

Canada is taking strong steps toward combating climate change, and the proposed Keystone XL pipeline crude oil pipeline remains in the US national interest, TransCanada Corp. said in a June 29 letter to US Sec. of State John F. Kerry and two senior State Department officials.

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