Iraq’s crude-oil production is gradually increasing thanks to expansion at previously delayed oil...
- Brookfield to buy East West Pipeline from Reliance Industries
- Canadian oil sands: discounts to persist without new pipeline capacity
- Lack of infrastructure delays first production from Alaska’s North Slope finds
- Trans Saharan Gas is the longest planned pipeline in EMEA
- Keystone XL is the longest planned pipeline in North America
Athabasca Oil to sell Leismer infrastructure assets for $197.74m
Canadian light oil and oil sands development company Athabasca Oil has signed a C$265m ($197.74m) agreement to sell its Leismer pipelines and Cheecham storage terminal to Enbridge.
Energy companies secure gas supply contracts with Alcoa
Energy companies Chevron, Woodside Energy and BHP have signed separate agreements to supply gas to Australian aluminium firm Alcoa.
Tellurian Trading signs 15-year gas supply MoU with Vitol
Tellurian Trading UK has signed a 15-year memorandum of understanding (MoU) to supply liquefied natural gas (LNG) to energy and commodity trading firm Vitol.
Petrobras to present new SPA for TAG pipeline network
Petrobras is reportedly expected to present a new sale and purchase agreement (SPA) before the end of this month for the sale of its 90% stake in natural gas pipeline operator Transportadora Associada de Gás (TAG).
November’s top news stories
Encana signed a deal to acquire Newfield Exploration Company in a $5.5bn deal, and Anadarko Petroleum signed a $4.015bn agreement to sell nearly all of its remaining midstream assets to its master limited partnership Western Gas Partners (WES). Hydrocarbons-technology.com wraps up the key news headlines from November 2018.
India to invest $9.91bn to expand gas pipeline network
The Indian Government is reportedly planning to make an initial investment of Rs700bn ($9.91bn) to extend the gas pipeline network across the country.
Tokyo Gas and First Gen to build LNG receiving terminal in Philippines
Tokyo Gas and First Gen have signed an agreement to co-develop and operate an LNG receiving terminal in the Philippines.
Iraq oil and gas production: unlocking long-term growth
Iraq’s crude-oil production is gradually increasing thanks to expansion at previously delayed oil projects.
Equinor partners with Global Petro Storage for Malaysia LPG terminal
Norwegian oil and gas firm Equinor has signed an agreement to collaborate with storage and logistics provider Global Petro Storage (GPS) to establish a terminal and storage facility for liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) in Port Klang, Malaysia.
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