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  1. Russian oil pipelines set for expansion

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    Mon, 25 Mar 2002

  2. Oil pipelines on tap to connect fields in western Kazakhstan

    Large fields in western Kazakhstan will be able to begin or increase production as the result of the signing of transportation agreements this year.

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    Thu, 24 Oct 2002

  3. Oil pipelines on tap to connect fields in western Kazakhstan

    Transportation agreements signed last month between Kazakh- stan's state KazMunaiGas and Hurricane Hydrocarbons Ltd., Calgary, will pave the way for large fields in western Kazakhstan to begin or increase production.

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    Mon, 25 Nov 2002

  4. Correcting rated pump performance improves heavy oil pipeline efficiency

    Correcting rated pump performance to working conditions in the field will increase efficiency, particularly when the pipeline is transporting heavy oil.

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    Mon, 7 Jul 2014

  5. Shipboard thermal-oil lines protected with cellular glass insulation

    Installation of the cellular glass insulation to a vessel's thermal- oil pipeline progresses as Rigel Shipping's three vessels all retrofitted to new pipelines and Foamglas Super K insulation in 1998 (Fig. 2) [27,835 bytes] Thermal- oil pipelines aboard vessels operating in eastern Canadian and U.S. ...

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    Mon, 26 Apr 1999

  6. DOT proposes extending low-pressure oil pipeline rules

    The US Department of Transportation proposes to stiffen safety requirements, including cleaning and continuous monitoring, for more than 1,200 miles of crude oil and product pipelines.

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    Fri, 1 Sep 2006

  7. DOT proposes extending low-pressure oil pipeline rules

    The US Department of Transportation has proposed stiffened safety requirements, including cleaning and continuous monitoring, for more than 1,200 miles of crude oil and product pipelines.

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    Mon, 25 Sep 2006

  8. Oil pipeline industry group says US systems are secure

    Responding to heightened concern over possible terrorist attacks, industry officials Tuesday sought to assure the public that pipelines are secure and operating normally. Pending before Congress is a bill that seeks to boost the safety of the country's oil and gas pipelines through more federal ...

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    Tue, 18 Sep 2001

  9. FORMULA TO BE SOUGHT FOR OIL PIPELINE DEREG

    Pipeline companies and farm cooperatives say they are willing to negotiate a formula for partial decontrol of U.S. crude oil and petroleum products pipelines. At a House energy and power subcommittee hearing, Chairman Phil Sharp (D-Ind.) urged both sides to strike a compromise that would allow ...

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    Mon, 8 Jul 1991

  10. Economic analysis of crude oil pipelines applied to Caspian options

    Transportation costs for moving crude oil through long-distance (1,000 km and more) pipelines vary under such influences as throughput, pipe diameter, energy-unit rate, utilization factor, and amortization.

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    Mon, 20 Nov 2000

  11. Oil pipelines

    Tabulation of oil pipeline survey for 2004.

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    Fri, 13 Aug 2004

  12. Solar-heating system studied for heavy-oil pipelines

    Modeling of a solar-powered, heat-tracing system for pipelines suggests it can be successful as a nonintrusive pour point depressant or drag-reducer, according to Solar Systems Pty. Ltd., Hawthorn, Vict., Australia. The company developed the Helitherm system, which is patented in the U.S., Europe, ...

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    Mon, 29 Mar 1999

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