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Withstanding harsh environments
7th November 2012

With offshore oil and gas exploration beset by increasingly harsher environments and long distance deepwater gas transportation becoming an ever pervasive challenge, the age of easy oil seems to be drawing...
Russia commits USD 38.4bn to conquer Asia
30th October 2012

Gazprom will spend USD 38.4bn launching an East Siberian gas field and pipeline to Vladivostok by the end of 2017, Interfax quoted the company’s chief executive Alexei Miller as saying on Monday. The move...
China begins 3rd West-East Gas pipeline
16th October 2012

A Chinese oil and gas major has begun work on the country’s third west-to-east pipeline, a nearly USD 20bn investment and China’s largest infrastructure project in the past 10 years, as part of plans to...
Dutch offshore firm launches new pipe lay vessel
2nd October 2012

A Dutch dredging and marine contractor launched a new pipe lay vessel on Friday in China, as the need for pipeline and other infrastructure projects increases to meet the demand of the world’s top energy...
US tools boost isolation works on Canadian gas pipeline
25th September 2012

A US pipeline and equipment services firm has used its tools to successfully complete isolation works on a gas pipeline in the Gulf of Mexico, it emerged on Monday.TDW Offshore Services has completed a...
4th September 2012

UK sealing technology provider, EagleBurgmann, has been commissioned to supply products for most pumping stations on the ESPO (East Siberia Pacific Ocean) pipeline, it emerged on Tuesday. The pipeline will...
Russia considers South Stream pipeline via Croatia
23rd August 2012

The world’s largest holder of gas reserves, Russian Gazprom and Croatian pipeline operator Plinacro are in talks to route the planned South Stream pipeline through Croatia instead of Hungary, it emerged on...
Chinese firm starts west African pipeline project
17th August 2012

Chinese oil and gas giant Sinopec will help Ghana lay pipes for the first phase of its National Gas Processing Project in August as part of plans to ramp up LNG supply to the country, it emerged on Thursday...
BP, Total, Socar to fund TAP gas pipeline
9th August 2012

BP, Total and Socar have pledged to fund the Trans Adriatic Pipeline (TAP) project, TAP said in a press release on Thursday. TAP will transport gas from central Asia to Europe, as the region hopes to ease...
Russia world’s top pipeline constructor
6th August 2012

Russia will lead global pipeline construction in 2012-2016, GlobalData’s latest report said on Monday. The move will allow the BRIC country to diversify gas exports and ease dependence on its standard...

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