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  1. Analyst forecasts strong onshore pipeline spending through 2015

    Christopher E. Smith OGJ Pipeline Editor HOUSTON, Nov. 9 -- Energy business analysts Douglas-Westwood forecast in its World Onshore Pipelines Report 2011-15 spending of $193 billion on onshore pipeline projects worldwide through 2015. The report notes that in developed economies the global economic downturn had the dual effect of destroying energy demand and reducing available credit, leading to the delay or cancellation of many proposed pipeline projects. Such delays will reduce annual expenditure in 2012 before what Douglas-Westwood describes as long-term and industry-specific drivers take over to move expenditures higher. Beyond 2012, according to the report, continued growth in global oil and gas demand and associated production increases will require increased investment in pipeline systems. In North America, increasing levels of investment in unconventional energy sources will require major investment in new pipeline projects to link the energy sources with existing networks and markets. Douglas-Westwood forecasts an 11% increase in kilometres of pipelines installed over the period 2011-15, compared with 2006-10. Nearly 74% of the associated expenditure is expected to occur in Asia, Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union, and North America, with more than 68% of it to be spent on gas pipelines. Asia stands out as the largest forecast market—by both length of pipeline construction and associated expenditure—accounting for $55 billion of forecast capital expenditure. Contact Christopher E. Smith at chriss@ogjonline.com .

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    Tue, 9 Nov 2010

  2. TAP issues EPC tender invitation for onshore pipeline sections

    Trans Adriatic Pipeline AG (TAP) has issued an invitation to tender (ITT) on engineering, procurement, and construction contract, which may be split into further contracts depending on the offering bids, for its onshore portion. The ITT follows the prequalification process for onshore pipeline ...

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    Wed, 15 Oct 2014

  3. Hengam oil field offshore Iran setting new API benchmark, report claims

    Iranian Offshore Oil Co. claims the 62.5° API oil flowing from the seventh production well on the Hengam field in the Persian Gulf is the highest quality for a light crude anywhere.

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    Thu, 21 Apr 2016

  4. Origin lets contract for Otway basin fields

    Origin Energy Ltd., Sydney, has let a $1.3 million (Aus.) contract to Wood Group Kenny for provision of a detailed engineering design for the onshore pipelines related to Halladale, Black Watch, and Speculant natural gas fields in the Otway basin just offshore western Victoria.

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    Thu, 2 Jul 2015

  1. DW report: Iran Oil & Gas Market Forecast 2015–2019

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    Mon, 7 Dec 2015

  2. Serimax, Technip to form pipeline welding partnership

    Serimax and Technip have signed an agreement in principle to develop a strategic partnership in the domain of pipeline welding. 

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    Mon, 11 Jan 2016

  3. Technip wins significant exploration and production contract in Brunei

    Technip has been awarded a significant contract for the modification of onshore facilities and construction of a new onshore pipeline in Brunei.

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    Fri, 28 Feb 2014

  4. Enterprise to sell offshore Gulf of Mexico business to Genesis

    Enterprise Products Partners L.P. announced that it has executed definitive agreements to sell its offshore Gulf of Mexico pipelines and services business, which primarily consists of its Offshore Pipelines & Services business segment to Genesis Energy, L.P. for approximately $1.5bn in cash.

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    Thu, 16 Jul 2015

  5. Total unveils development sites for renamed Papua LNG project

    Total SA and its joint venture partners Oil Search Ltd. and InterOil have announced key infrastructure sites for development of the proposed Elk-Antelope LNG project in Papua New Guinea, now dubbed the Papua LNG project (PLNG).

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    Mon, 6 Jul 2015

  6. Oil and gas: Crews say 44 percent of California coast oil spill cleaned

    Cleanup teams have determined that 44 percent of 96.5 miles of California coastline is clear of oil from the Refugio Oil Spill. 

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    Mon, 8 Jun 2015

  7. Company making plan to excavate ruptured California oil pipeline

    Officials say 10,000 gallons of oily water have been recovered from the ocean as government and volunteer workers clean up along the Santa Barbara County coastline. 

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    Wed, 27 May 2015

  8. TAP initiates contracts for offshore section construction

    Trans Adriatic Pipeline (TAP) AG has launched two pre-qualification contracts for building the natural gas pipeline’s 105-km offshore section through the Adriatic Sea.

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    Tue, 3 Mar 2015

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