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  1. Nord Stream, NEL natural gas pipelines nearing completion

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    Thu, 29 Mar 2012

  2. Saboteurs continue to blast Iraqi oil, natural gas pipelines

    Even as Iraq began loading its first oil for export in 3 months on Sunday, saboteurs blasted an Iraqi natural gas pipeline at Hit on Sunday and another oil pipeline early Monday near the border with Syria.

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    Mon, 23 Jun 2003

  3. TWO NATURAL GAS PIPELINES IN CANADA SLATE EXPANSIONS

    Two Calgary natural gas pipeline companies are raising $260 million in financial markets to pay for export related system expansions. Nova Corp. agreed with underwriters for a public issue of $150 million in debentures. Alberta Natural Gas Ltd. forged a deal with brokers for sale of $110 million in ...

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    Mon, 5 Jul 1993

  4. Enbridge buying Shell's interest in Gulf of Mexico natural gas pipelines

    Enbridge Inc., Calgary, has agreed to buy Shell Gas Transmission LLC from Shell US Gas & Power LLC in a $613 million transaction that includes most of Shell's Gulf of Mexico natural gas pipeline business.

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    Thu, 18 Nov 2004

  5. US pipeline companies solidly profitable in 2002, scale back construction plans

    Federally regulated US oil and natural gas pipeline companies in 2002 reported another profitable year, according to annual report filings with the US Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, even as the natural gas pipelines in that group scaled back construction plans from levels of recent years.

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    Mon, 8 Sep 2003

  6. Bill is wrong way to speed gas pipeline approvals, House panel told

    A bill that would give the US Department of the Interior authority to approve natural gas pipelines crossing National Parks Service land is unnecessary and unwanted, a US Bureau of Land Management official told a House Natural Resources subcommittee.

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    Mon, 1 Jun 2015

  7. Bill is wrong way to speed gas pipeline approvals, House panel told

    A bill that would give the US Department of the Interior authority to approve natural gas pipelines crossing National Parks Service land is unnecessary and unwanted, a US Bureau of Land Management official told a House Natural Resources subcommittee.

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    Wed, 27 May 2015

  8. Surging US, steady Asia-Pacific lead construction plans

    Burgeoning activity in the worldwide construction of oil and natural gas pipelines looked set to continue this year and beyond as 2006 began, based on reports from the world’s pipeline operating companies and data collected by Oil & Gas Journal.

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    Mon, 13 Feb 2006

  9. Asia-Pacific, Middle East, Europe lead construction plans

    Prospects for more oil and natural gas pipelines worldwide this year and in the future brightened as 2005 began, based on reports from the world's pipeline operating companies and data collected by Oil & Gas Journal.

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    Mon, 7 Feb 2005

  10. Major gas projects fuel surge in long-term plans

    Long-term, worldwide plans for oil and natural gas pipelines jumped over the past year in evidence that operators may be responding to anticipated production increases which are in turn a response to unexpectedly strong prices since mid- 1999.

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    Mon, 5 Feb 2001

  11. More construction, higher costs in store for US pipelines

    Plans for new natural - gas pipelines in the US took a jump through June 2000, as companies appeared to take seriously forecasts of a 30-tcf US market by 2005.

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    Mon, 4 Sep 2000

  12. Broader economic pressures could hamper gas pipeline financing, INGAA president warns

    While US natural gas pipelines remain financially healthy, broader economic conditions could challenge their ability to raise money to expand and maintain their systems, the Interstate Natural Gas Association warned on Jan. 14.

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    Fri, 16 Jan 2009

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