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STATS Group Completes Isolation Project on Brent Pipeline
Tuesday, June 18, 2013 STATS Group successfully completes an isolation project on TAQA Bratani's Brent pipeline in the Shetland Islands.
Arkansas, US Sue ExxonMobil Over March Pipeline Oil Spill
Thursday, June 13, 2013 Arkansas and federal officials file a lawsuit against ExxonMobil for allegedly violating pollution laws following the March rupture of an oil pipeline in the state.
Sudan Oil Line Explodes, Army Blames South-backed Rebels
Thursday, June 13, 2013 Sudan's army blames South Sudanese-backed rebels for an explosion and fire in a Sudanese oil pipeline in the disputed Abyei area.
South Sudan Prepares to Export Crude
Wednesday, June 12, 2013 South Sudan prepares to sell its first consignment of crude into the international market for nearly two years amid pipeline dispute.
Sudan Cuts off Deals with South Sudan
Monday, June 10, 2013 Sudan cuts of economic deals with its southern neighbor following the shutting of a pipeline carrying South Sudanese crude for export.
South Korean Firms to Build Cameroon Pipeline
Monday, June 10, 2013 Cameroon reports that a consortium of South Korean and Nigerian firms will build a 175-mile long oil pipeline in the country.
Exports from Iraq's Kirkuk Oil Fields Resume
Thursday, June 06, 2013 Exports have resumed from Iraq's northern Kirkuk oil fields to Turkey after a two-day outage in a key pipeline.
Kinder Morgan Cancels $2B California Oil Pipeline
Friday, May 31, 2013 Kinder Morgan Energy Partners LP cancels plans for the $2B Freedom pipeline, a conduit that would have brought a direct stream of West Texas crude to refiners on the US West Coast.
GDF Suez Acquires 9% of Nabucco Pipeline
Tuesday, May 28, 2013 OMV reports that it has agreed to sell a nine percent stake in the Nabucco pipeline project to GDF Suez.
Ecopetrol: Colombia's Cano Limon Pipeline Halted After Rebel Attack
Friday, May 24, 2013 Colombia's second-longest oil pipeline, the 480-mile Cano Limon, has stopped pumping after rebels reportedly used dynamite to blow up a portion of the line.
Some Eurocopters Seen Returning to Service in a Few Weeks
Friday, May 24, 2013 A helicopter widely used to support the global energy industry may return to service in a few weeks after a nearly 8-month grounding because of engine problems, though two of its largest operators disagree on the timing.
Could Philadelphia Become 'Cushing East'?
Monday, May 20, 2013 A crude-by-rail terminal under development near Philadelphia could become an East Coast oil trading hub.
Myanmar Pipelines on Schedule Despite Attack
Friday, May 17, 2013 A rebel attack on CNCP workers at a compound in Myanmar will not delay the launch of pipelines due to start pumping oil and gas into China later in 2013, according to an official.
Energy Department Approves Freeport Natural-Gas Export Permit
Friday, May 17, 2013 The Obama administration clears the way for broader natural gas exports by approving a $10B facility in Texas, a milestone in the US transition into a major supplier of energy for world markets.
Myanmar Pipelines To Benefit China
Sunday, May 12, 2013 Two pipelines in the highlands of northeast Myanmar will soon begin pumping oil and gas into China, representing a major step in Beijing's quest for energy security.
Tata Showcases Deepwater Pipeline Solutions at OTC
Wednesday, May 08, 2013 Tata Steel will demonstrate its ability to deliver pipeline solutions to some of the world's most challenging and complex projects at the 2013 OTC.
TransCanada Pushes Back Proposed Keystone XL In-Service Date
Friday, April 26, 2013 TransCanada pushes back the in-service date for its proposed Keystone XL pipeline as it awaits US approval for the controversial project.