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Global coverage of the latest pipeline technologies, as well as engineering and construction developments at offshore and onshore projects

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Trans Adriatic Pipeline AG (TAP) has launched two pre-qualification contracts for the construction of the 105-kilometre offshore pipeline section under the Adriatic Sea
3rd March 2015

The greatest depth the pipeline will be laid is 820 metres. The first pre-qualification comprises engineering, procurement, construction and installation (EPCI) works for the offshore section of the 36-...
Tomskneft, a joint venture between Rosneft and Gazprom Neft, has started using unmanned aerial vehicles (drones) to monitor its pipeline routes and the oil and gas production assets
2nd March 2015

Testing of the drones has started at the Sovetskoe and Vakhskoe fields located in the Strezhevskiy District. Given the size of the territory of Tomskneft operations and the significant length of pipelines...
The Gazprom board of directors has approved the company’s strategy aimed at diversifying its export routes and increasing the Russian gas competitiveness
25th February 2015

It was noted that gas supply alternatives as well as enhanced reliability and safety of supplies were of primary importance to make Gazprom’s products attractive for international markets over a long term...
20th February 2015

Swagelining Limited, TWI Ltd and Saudi Aramco have agreed a framework in order to facilitate the progression of a joint industry project (JIP) to develop corrosion resistant pipeline liner polymers
20th February 2015

An arbitration court on Russia’s Far East island of Sakhalin ruled yesterday that Rosneft is not entitled to use a gas pipeline which is part of the Gazprom-led Sakhalin-2 project – Rosneft plans to appeal the decision
13th February 2015

Kinder Morgan has closed its previously announced acquisition of Hiland Partners (Hiland) for a total purchase price of approximately USD 3bn, including the assumption of approximately USD 1bn of debt