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  1. ONGC works to repair offshore pipeline leak

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    Mon, 24 Jan 2011

  2. Genesis to buy Enterprise offshore pipelines

    Genesis Energy LP has agreed to buy the Gulf of Mexico pipelines and services business of Enterprise Products Partners LP for $1.5 billion cash.

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    Thu, 16 Jul 2015

  3. Study tracks internal-corrosion trends in aging gulf pipelines

    Internal corrosion increasingly threatens aging oil and gas pipelines operating in the US Gulf of Mexico (GOM).

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    Mon, 27 Mar 2000

  4. East Mediterranean Development-1: Levant basin presents narrowing resource opportunities

    Discovery of the Levant basin province in the easternmost Mediterranean has provided an opportunity to modifify traditional political structures in the region.

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    Mon, 6 Apr 2015

  5. Arctic offshore oil pipeline will move production before yearend

    In early 2000, BP Exploration (Alaska) Inc. successfully enlarged Seal Island, a man-made gravel island offshore Alaskan Beaufort Sea, and installed the Northstar pipeline system, the first trenched subsea oil pipeline in the Arctic.

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    Mon, 30 Apr 2001

  6. Nord Stream dry air purge improves nitrogen-slug use

    Purging of precommissioning dry air from the Nord Stream offshore natural gas pipeline demonstrated the reliability of a simple nitrogen-slug shortening calculation model in estimating seal volume requirements and the validity of inert slug purging in large-diameter, long transmission pipelines.

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    Mon, 7 Oct 2013

  7. EG injection, gas plant relocation-expansion highlight offshore storage plans

    Studies to expand underground natural gas storage offshore northern Spain determined the technical and economic feasibility of ethylene glycol (EG) injection to prevent hydrate formation and the relocation ashore of gas treating from the existing manned production platform offshore.

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    Mon, 3 Dec 2001

  8. Medgaz pipeline promises energy security for Iberian Peninsula

    The proposed Medgaz ultradeepwater natural gas pipeline linking Algeria and Spain, when complete, will transport up to 16 billion cu m/year (about 1.

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    Mon, 23 May 2005

  9. Study examines causes of upheaval buckling in shallow subsea PIP lines

    Temperature, initial slope imperfections, and downward restraints on a pipeline all affect its propensity for upheaval buckling.

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    Mon, 11 Feb 2008

  10. Shallow-water gas network navigates multiple problems

    Design and installation of the offshore portion of Bahrain Petroleum Co.’s Khuff gas transmission and distribution networks (three 18-in. OD high-pressure natural gas lines) required careful planning and implementation to avoid damaging fisheries and migratory bird stops located in the ...

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    Mon, 19 May 2008

  11. Special Report: LNG Update: Asia-Pacific LNG capacities, plans to move ahead in 2010

    Global LNG capacities and trade moved into unfamiliar and unsettling territory in 2009-10.

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    Mon, 15 Mar 2010

  12. Enbridge, Chevron eye deepwater gas system

    Enbridge Inc. has signed letters of intent with Chevron USA Inc. to construct, own, and operate the Walker Ridge Gathering System (WRGS), providing natural gas gathering services to Chevron’s potential Jack, St. Malo, and Big Foot ultradeepwater Gulf of Mexico developments.

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    Sat, 1 Aug 2009

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