State trade group can weigh in on Dakota Access pipeline.
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Subsea 7 awarded contract extensions offshore brazil.
Vaquero Midstream has increased its bank credit revolver as a means of expanding its processing capacity and gathering footprint in the Southern Delaware Basin.
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BP announced yesterday that it is considering spinning off some of its US pipelines into a master limited partnership.
The Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration is accepting research award proposals for its pipeline safety R&D programme.
Plains All American Pipeline has announced a successful open season and expansion of its Delaware Basin to Cushing pipeline system.
Saudi Aramco has awarded WorleyParsons a contract for Marjan oilfield front end engineering and design services.
James Fisher Subsea Excavation has released its new jetting technology, which brings benefits of mass/controlled flow excavation to projects with hard soil excavation requirements, such as for pipeline and cable trenching.
M&I Electric has been awarded a contract to provide turnkey solutions for a new US$4 million oil and gas pipeline project in Texas.
The Administration has recommended modernising NAFTA in order to strengthen North American energy markets to benefit consumers.
The first concrete weight coated pipes for the Nord Stream 2 pipeline have been delivered to Finland for storage.
Sanchez Midstream Partners has closed the sale of its remaining operated Oklahoma production assets.
Nicholas J. Clough and James McGinty, Orbital Gas Systems, USA, introduce an alternative way of measuring pipeline gas properties.
American Midstream announces extension of open season for crude oil deliveries to Dakota Access pipeline.
Wasco Coatings Germany has begun concrete weight coating pipes for the Nord Stream 2 pipeline project.