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8th April 2014

South Stream Transport has contracted Siemens AG to provide electrical and instrumentation systems for the South Stream Offshore Pipeline. The German company will deliver telecommunication equipment and...
Small robots developed to eliminate need to access pipelines from the surface
3rd April 2014

PG&E has joined with Nysearch, National Grid, Rochester Gas & Electric, New York State Gas & Electric and Honeybee to develop a robot prototype that will enhance the companies’ ability to...
Crimea Pipeline Russia Gazprom South Stream Transport
3rd April 2014

The natural gas pipeline could have a capacity of up to 2 billion cubic meters a year, energy minister Alexander Novak is reported to have said to Russian business newspaper, Kommersant. An Energy Ministry...
24th March 2014

The Board members of South Stream Transport have approved the signing of a contract for laying the first string of South Stream's offshore section and a pipe procurement contract for the second string of...
20th March 2014

Kongsberg Maritime has been chosen to deliver substantial technology packages for ten new pipelaying vessels ordered by Brazilian multinational energy corporation, Petrobras. In contracts valued approx. NOK...
6th March 2014

Gazprom Neft has concluded laying, testing and connecting a 165 km oil pipeline from the Badra field, which the company operates in Iraq, to the Gharraf oilfield.  Because the pipeline’s infrastructure...
6th March 2014

India has revived discussions concerning a project for a deep sea pipeline connecting Oman and Iran to India, the Times of Oman has reported.The USD 5bn proposal was spoken of separately with Indian...
3rd March 2014

Kazakhstan's gas pipeline monopoly KazTransGas has entered into an agreement to acquire a USD 700m loan from China to develop a pipeline to increase gas exports, Reuters has reported. According to...
27th February 2014

The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) has raised EUR 123m in long-term funding, including a loan, for Russia’s leading manufacturer of pipeline valves to finish and upgrade two plants...
27th February 2014

China has released a plan to open up its oil and gas pipelines, which are mostly monopolized, in a bid to escalate the productivity of the facilities. The National Energy Administration (NEA) revealed in...

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