One of the world's largest international gas transmission systems could emerge from studies undertaken by a group of European companies into increasing gas use in Southeast Asia. The companies, led by Agip SpA of Italy and Gaz de France and Total-CFP of France, are in the early stages of evaluating a 5,000 mile, $10 billion pipeline system that would link gas fields of Indonesia, Brunei, and Malaysia with Singapore, Thailand, and the Philippines. Officials from the countries involved will

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