The API has welcomed Senate passage of the US-Mexico-Canada Agreement.
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Otto Waterlander will be responsible for Naftogaz group’s transformation projects, including the introduction of a new operational model and divisional structure.
The company has been awarded a five-year IDIQ contract by the Hydrographic Surveys Division of the NOAA’s National Ocean Service, Office of Coast Survey.
The Norwegian pipeline system operator has suggested that gas from existing fields and discoveries could give added value if increased transport and processing capacity can be established.
According to GlobalData, Asia and the Middle East are likely to have new-build crude oil pipeline lengths of 4398 km and 4055 km, respectively, by 2023.
Skyfire Consulting partners with Doosan Mobility Innovations to launch a long-range pipeline inspection project.
The contract is for the Sangomar Field Development Phase-1 project located in the Sangomar Offshore and Sangomar Offshore Deep oil blocks.
According to GlobalData, North America is set to contribute around 51% of the global planned and announced crude oil pipeline length additions between 2019 and 2023.
GAZ-SYSTEM has signed a contract with EUROPIPE GmbH for the supply of pipes for the offshore part of the Baltic Pipe.