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Oil and militancy

Dec 22, 2014

That oil prices can collapse while bloody militancy ravages three important members of the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries shows dominance of market fundamentals over geopolitical worry. But geopolitics never can be ignored.

Never enough knowledge

Dec 22, 2014

Take a moment and try to think of an occupation in which performance improves as the knowledge-base of the people engaged in it stagnates or declines. It's tough to do.

Russia’s Turkey pipeline deal possibly may keep door to Europe ajar

Dec 18, 2014

Russia’s memorandum of understanding to build a natural gas pipeline to Turkey after canceling its South Stream project could help keep the door open for it to eventually sell more gas to Europe, two Washington-based observers suggested.

EPP kills plans for Bakken-to-Cushing crude oil pipeline

Dec 15, 2014

Enterprise Products Partners LP (EPP) has elected not to proceed with development of its proposed crude oil pipeline that would have extended 1,200 miles from the Bakken shale to the Cushing, Okla., hub.

Kinder Morgan to deliver natural gas to Corpus Christi Liquefaction

Dec 11, 2014

Kinder Morgan Inc. (KMI) companies Kinder Morgan Texas Pipeline, Kinder Morgan Tejas Pipeline, and Tennessee Gas Pipeline Co. (TGP) have entered into 15-year firm transportation agreements and a multiyear storage agreement with Cheniere Energy Inc.

BG agrees to sale of Australian gas pipeline to APA Group

Dec 10, 2014

BG Group PLC agreed to sell its wholly owned subsidiary Queensland Curtis LNG Pipeline Pty. Ltd. (QCLNG) to APA Group for about $5 billion.

More West Texas gathering, processing to come onstream

Dec 9, 2014

EagleClaw Midstream Services LLC, Midland, Tex., has bought natural gas gathering and processing in Reeves County, Tex. The company declined to identify the seller.

Methane controls just part of complete climate strategy, speakers say

Dec 8, 2014

Reducing oil and gas operations’ methane emissions is an essential, but far from the only, part of a comprehensive climate strategy, speakers at a Center for Strategic and International Studies event agreed. Efforts should be combined with an aggressive program to curb excessive carbon dioxide releases, they said.

Rail tank car rule could cost economy billions, report says

Dec 8, 2014

The US Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration's (PHMSA) proposed rail tank car rule could cost the US economy as much as $60 billion, a report commissioned by the Railway Supply Institute (RSI) found.

Renewed dilbit investigation faces similar hurdles of past debate

Dec 5, 2014

A National Research Council committee opened a second investigation of potential environmental consequences from diluted bitumen (dilbit) spills from pipelines. It quickly became apparent that this committee would encounter similar problems balancing the need to keep the inquiry manageable while addressing a sufficiently wide range of questions.

Southwestern continues Marcellus expansion

Dec 3, 2014

Southwestern Energy Co., Houston, has signed an agreement to purchase oil and gas assets, including 46,700 net acres, in northeast Pennsylvania from WPX Energy Inc., Tulsa, for $300 million.

Keyera to own interest in new deep-cut gas plant

Dec 2, 2014

Keyera Corp., Calgary, will take a 35% stake with Bellatrix Exploration Ltd., Calgary, in a deep-cut natural gas processing plant and related pipelines currently under construction by Bellatrix in the Alder Flats in west-central Alberta.

After scuttling South Stream, Russia plans line to Turkey instead

Dec 2, 2014

Russia has decided against the construction of the 930-km South Stream natural gas pipeline across the Black Sea from Russia to Bulgaria, citing delays on the part of the European Union in taking the steps necessary to move forward.

Pipeline leak dampens Atlantic LNG production

Dec 1, 2014

Atlantic LNG (ALNG) reported a 35% reduction in LNG production because of insufficient natural gas supply from Trinidad and Tobago’s National Gas Co. (NGC).

Study improves subsea pipeline preheating

Dec 1, 2014

A higher flow rate at lower temperatures can more effectively preheat subsea crude oil pipelines than currently used techniques. This article found that a 350-cu m/hr flow rate combined with an inlet temperature of 65.2° C.

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