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Pipeline, CNG top Cyprus gas export options

Nov 3, 2014 Pipeline and CNG are the best options for exporting natural gas production from Cyprus to relatively close markets in terms of both initial cost and probable benefits. LNG, meanwhile, would only be...

Incremental steps advance subsea development

May 6, 2013 Subsea oil and gas technology is continuously advancing to meet the requirements of increasingly demanding production environments: deeper water, greater distances from shore, higher reservoir temp...

Senate crude exports hearing raises price, logistics, safety issues

Mar 19, 2015 Potential consumer price impacts dominated a US Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee hearing examining whether to allow more exports of domestically produced crude oil. Witnesses agreed th...

Maritime transportation is moving toward LNG, Brookings speakers say

Mar 16, 2015

Maritime industries' use of LNG instead of diesel to fuel its vessels is changing from potential to reality, speakers agreed at a Mar. 3 discussion at the Brookings Foundation.

More pragmatism urged for developing Eastern Mediterranean gas

Mar 9, 2015 Eastern Mediterranean nations should abandon inflated expectations and adopt more realistic approaches to developing their natural gas resources, speakers recommended at a Feb. 19 Brookings Institu...

Maritime transportation is moving toward LNG, Brookings speakers say

Mar 5, 2015 Maritime industries’ use of LNG instead of diesel to fuel its vessels is changing from potential to reality, speakers agreed at a Mar. 3 discussion at the Brookings Foundation. New ship, barge, and...

Work stoppages commence at largest US refinery, three other facilities

Mar 2, 2015

The United Steelworkers (USW) union has launched additional work stoppages at the largest refinery in the US and three other facilities as part of USW's unfair labor practice (ULP) strike.

Method improves high-pressure settle-out calculations

Mar 2, 2015 Settle-out calculations in natural gas systems need to be sufficiently rigorous accurately to predict settle-out under various operating conditions without being so conservative as to increase costs.

Recent CSIS report outlines main US oil infrastructure challenges

Feb 27, 2015 The US crude oil renaissance has created strong demand for expanded US transportation systems, resulting in five primarily challenges, a recent Center for Strategic and International Studies report...

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