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Veresen appoints president, CEO for Jordan Cove LNG

Oct 17, 2014

Veresen Inc., Calgary, has named Elizabeth Spomer as president and chief executive officer of Jordan Cove LNG LLC and executive vice-president of Veresen.

Central Petroleum joins Australia gas pipeline push

Oct 17, 2014

Central Petroleum Ltd., Brisbane, has jumped on the bandwagon associated with the recent proposals to build a Northern Territory-to-Moomba gas pipeline to link stranded natural gas fields in the Northern Territory to markets in eastern Australia.

Crude-by-rail safety standards call for better tank cars, reduced speeds

Oct 16, 2014

The US Department of Transportation has proposed new rules for transporting crude by rail that are designed to lessen the frequency and consequences of train accidents by reducing the speed of trains, improving tank car standards, and setting more-robust testing and classification guidelines for crude cargoes.

Eni lets FEED contract for Mozambique FLNG

Oct 16, 2014

Eni East Africa SPA has let a front-end engineering and design contract to the KD Consortium, consisting of KBR Inc. and Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering (DSME) Co. Ltd., for a floating LNG (FLNG) plant for its Coral South development project in Rovuma basin offshore Mozambique. This will be the first FLNG vessel in Mozambique.

NuStar-PMI venture to move US LPG, products to Mexico

Oct 16, 2014

NuStar Energy LP and PMI, an affiliate of Petroleos Mexicanos (Pemex), signed a letter of intent for a proposed joint venture to develop LPG and refined products pipeline systems from the US into northern Mexico.

TAP issues EPC tender invitation for onshore pipeline sections

Oct 15, 2014

Trans Adriatic Pipeline AG (TAP) has issued an invitation to tender (ITT) on engineering, procurement, and construction contract, which may be split into further contracts depending on the offering bids, for its onshore portion. The ITT follows the prequalification process for onshore pipeline construction companies launched earlier this year.

ARM unit to build Bakken-Three Forks crude gathering system

Oct 15, 2014

Asset Risk Management’s wholly owned subsidiary ARM Midstream plans to build a crude oil gathering system in the Bakken shale and underlying Three Forks formation.

AMP acquires Costar Midstream for $470 million

Oct 15, 2014

American Midstream Partners LP (AMP), Denver, has acquired Costar Midstream LLC from Energy Spectrum Partners VI LP and Costar management for $470 million. The deal closed Oct. 14.

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