Summit Utilities has agreed to acquire CenterPoint Energy’s gas distribution assets in the...
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Summit to buy CenterPoint’s Arkansas and Oklahoma assets
Summit Utilities has agreed to acquire CenterPoint Energy’s gas distribution assets in the US states of Arkansas and Oklahoma for $2.15bn.
PipeChina begins construction on gas pipeline in China
PipeChina, known formally as China Oil and Gas Pipeline Network, has reportedly commenced construction on the $1.3bn natural gas trunk line in north China.
Total, partners finalise agreements to launch Lake Albert project
French oil and gas major Total along with its partners has completed the final agreements required to build the $3.5bn Lake Albert development project in Uganda and Tanzania.
Penspen wins engineering contract for Zimbabwe’s Feruka-Harare pipeline
Penspen, an engineering and management services provider, has been awarded a contract by Zimbabwe’s national oil company Petrozim Line to deliver an engineering project for the Feruka-Harare pipeline.
Wytch Farm Oil Field
Located 17 miles from Poole and six miles from Wareham in the Purbeck district, Dorset, England, Wytch Farm is a mature oil field that has been extracting oil and associated gas from sandstone and limestone oil reservoirs in the Wessex Basin since 1979.
Total signs LNG supply agreement with China’s Shenergy Group
French major Total has signed a long-term LNG supply agreement with Shenergy Group, a state-owned enterprise owned by the Shanghai government in China.
Explosion and fire reported at Venezuela’s natural gas pipeline
State oil company Petróleos de Venezuela (PDVSA) has reportedly suffered an explosion and subsequent fire at a tract of a gas pipeline in eastern Venezuela.
Enbridge seeks Canadian Government support for Line 5 pipeline project
Enbridge has reportedly sought the Canadian Government to support the Line 5 oil pipeline project that has been blocked by the US state of Michigan.
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