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- Williams Partners reaches agreements with Southwestern Energy Company
- Keyera secures natural gas liquids contract from Chevron
- Brazos Midstream acquires Callon’s natural gas gathering system in US
- Gazprom and Bolivia discuss prospects over use of natural gas as vehicle fuel
- Petrofac wins FEED contract for Kogas plant in Iraq
Williams Partners reaches agreements with Southwestern Energy Company
Energy infrastructure firm Williams Partners has signed agreements to provide services for Southwestern Energy Company’s acreage in the US.
Keyera secures natural gas liquids contract from Chevron
Canadian midstream operator Keyera has signed an agreement to fractionate and handle natural gas liquids from Chevron Canada's Kaybob Duvernay operations near Fox Creek, Alberta.
Brazos Midstream acquires Callon’s natural gas gathering system in US
Subsidiaries of Brazos Midstream have completed the purchase of a natural gas gathering system in the Delaware Basin, US, from Callon Petroleum Company.
Gazprom and Bolivia discuss prospects over use of natural gas as vehicle fuel
Russian firm Gazprom has held discussions with the Bolivian Government to explore cooperation over potential prospects regarding the use of natural gas as a vehicle fuel and small-scale LNG.
Petrofac wins FEED contract for Kogas plant in Iraq
International oilfield services provider Petrofac has secured a front-end engineering design (FEED) modification contract for KOGAS Akkas’ Nasiriya gas treatment plant (GTP) in southern Iraq.
Veresen submits applications for energy projects in US
Veresen has submitted applications with the US Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) in connection with Jordan Cove energy project and Pacific Connector gas pipeline.
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