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A meeting in Turkey between Gaprom’s head, Alexey Miller, and the Turkish minster for energy and natural resources, Taner Yildiz, has decided on the landfall location of the proposed new sub-Black Sea natural gas pipeline and on the pipeline’s target capacity
9th February 2015

The parties defined the key reference points of the route and technical solutions for the gas pipeline in Turkey. In particular, the meeting chose the landfall location – near Kayakoy village, the gas...
Saipem, through its subsidiary ERSAI Caspian Contractor LLC, has been awarded a major new engineering and construction contract for the Kashagan field project, located in the Kazakh waters of the Caspian Sea, valued at approximately USD 1.8bn
6th February 2015

The North Caspian Operating Company (NCOC) has awarded Saipem a contract for the construction of two 95 kilometre pipelines, which will connect D island in the Caspian Sea to the Karabatan onshore plant in...
The Turkish ambassador to Russia has confirmed that project design work on the South Stream replacement pipeline, Turkish Stream, has begun
5th February 2015

Umit Yardim, Turkey’s ambassador to Russia, confirmed on Tuesday that work has begun on the new sub-Black Sea pipeline between Turkey and Russia. "The technological realisation of the Turkish Stream...
The Myanmar-China oil pipeline has been officially inaugurated in a ceremony involving government and business representative from China and Myanmar, according to state news agency Xinhua
29th January 2015

Trial operations were launched at a ceremony yesterday in Yangon attended by U Nyan Tun, Myanmar vice president, Yang Houlan, the Chinese ambassador to Myanmar, U Zay Ya Aung, Myanmar energy minister, and...
A meeting between the head of Gazprom and the Turkish government has approved the proposed route of the new Russia-Turkey pipeline via the Black Sea
27th January 2015

Ankara hosted the working meeting between Alexey Miller, chairman of the Gazprom Management Committee and Taner Yildiz, Turkish minister of energy and natural resources, which discussed the main issues of...
Leak detection specialists, the Sniffers, is taking its dogs division global on the back of rampant success in 2014
27th January 2015

Great technology remains the major catalyst for change in the oil and gas industry, but sometimes human innovation comes nowhere near as efficient as nature. Last year, 2014, saw one tech division of a...
Midstream MLP partners, Energy Transfer Partners and Regency Energy Partners LP, have entered into a definitive merger agreement
27th January 2015

This merger will be a unit-for-unit transaction, plus a one-time cash payment to Regency unit holders, that collectively implies a value for Regency of approximately USD 18bn, including the assumption of...
RN-Nyaganneftegaz, a subsidiary of Rosneft, has completed building the line infrastructure for a new 31.5-kilometre gas pipeline that will connect the Em-Egovskiy licence block to a gas processing plant
23rd January 2015

This marks implementation of the first of two scheduled construction stages. The second stage will involve the installation of block valves and condensate gathering points. Once commissioned, the new gas...
Gazprom has reaffirmed its plans to use a natural gas transit route through Turkey to access EU markets via a land crossing with Greece
22nd January 2015

Gazprom is pushing forward with its plan to replace the now cancelled South Stream pipeline project with alternative transit route into the EU via Turkey. At a meeting in Moscow on Tuesday between Russian...
Gazprom Neft has begun construction of the second section of a pressure-pipeline from the Novoportovskoye field to Cape Kammeny (located on the shore of the Gulf of Ob, Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous Region), for onward shipment to customers by sea
14th January 2015

Some 530 mm in diameter and running to a length of 105 kilometres, the pipeline will, once complete, have a total capacity of more than 5.5 million tonnes of oil per year — with capacity for further...


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