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Articles Tagged with ''oil & gas''

Eagle Ford shale to boost US petrochemical export

Plentiful shale gas resources in Texas are set to help its petrochemical industry expand not just on the domestic market but also overseas.
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US infrastructure projects to draw significant investments in 2013

As production of oil and gas in the United States is reaching new levels, billions of dollars are going to be invested in the development of infrastructural projects such as pipelines.
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UK to introduce new offshore oil and gas production rules

The British government is introducing new rules that aim to increase safety standards and environmental care in the UK's offshore oil and gas industry.
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Pipeline project delays harm Canada’s crude oil sector

Delays in the construction of new pipelines are detrimental to Canada's energy sector, as transportation of crude oil is prevented by lack of infrastructure.
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Gazprom presses ahead with South Stream, asks EU for special status

The South Stream pipeline project that will see Russian natural gas flow to Eastern and Central Europe carried by pipes laid under the Black Sea and across the Balkans is moving ahead.
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Canada's oil and gas industry faces important changes in 2013

The Canadian oil and gas industry is facing a new year that could bring numerous changes not just for the sector but also for the development of the industry in the whole of North America.
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BP to sell Texas City refinery to Marathon Petroleum for $2.5 billion

BP has announced over $35 billion toward its goal of $38 billion in divestments
Oil & gas giant BP reached an agreement in October to sell its Texas City, Texas, refinery and a portion of its retail and logistics network in the Southeast U.S. to Marathon Petroleum Corp. for $2.5 billion.
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Flare Gas Flow Measurement and Control

In oil/gas production, refining and storage operations around the globe, flare gas systems are used to burn-off and dispose of waste, excess or off-gases, and as a safety system. The
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