The Keystone XL Pipeline is to receive more than $1bn of funding from...
- Alberta Government announces funding for Keystone XL Pipeline
- Explosion on LNG pipeline in Lagos, Nigeria kills at least 15
- Million-tonne LNG terminal breaks ground in south India
- Saudi pipeline expansion does little to solve Strait of Hormuz risks
- Tensions and oil prices rise after attacks on tankers in Gulf of Oman
Alberta Government announces funding for Keystone XL Pipeline
The Keystone XL Pipeline is to receive more than $1bn of funding from the Canadian state of Alberta to accelerate its construction.
Explosion on LNG pipeline in Lagos, Nigeria kills at least 15
An explosion at a liquefied natural gas (LNG) pipeline in Lagos, Nigeria, has killed at least 15 people.
Million-tonne LNG terminal breaks ground in south India
Downstream gas company Atlantic Gulf & Pacific of Manila (AG&P) has started building a liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminal.
Marine Support Vessels
Established 2003, Caspian Offshore Construction LLP (COC), 100% private Kazakhstani entity, is a leading provider of marine offshore support fleet operation and management services in the Caspian Sea.
Equinor to launch carbon-free ammonia-fuelled supply vessel
Norwegian firm Equinor has signed an agreement to convert a supply vessel to operate on carbon-free ammonia-powered fuel cells.
US leads with highest new-build trunk pipeline in North America by 2023
By 2023, 151 new-build pipelines are expected to start operations in North America.
US and India to lead global new-build trunk pipeline length additions by 2023
North America leads globally in terms of oil and gas pipeline length growth with a new-build pipeline length of 44,781km by 2023.
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