TransCanada has received a presidential permit for its Keystone XL pipeline.
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Analysts at Sanford C. Bernstein and Jefferies Group told Bloomberg that PetroChina may ‘spinoff’ its natural gas and crude oil pipeline business.
The US State Department is expected to approve the Keystone XL pipeline before next week.
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A senior corrosion engineer at MATCOR, Jeffrey L. Didas, is set to present at the upcoming NACE Corrosion conference.
WFS Technologies and Seatronics have demonstrated their drone-to-ROV wireless communications technology at a Subsea Internet of Things event.
US Senators Booker and Menendez raise serious concerns about arsenic contamination and environmental impacts of PennEast pipeline.
Trelleborg has welcomed a new e-learning tool that reduces the installation training time and cost of a piping system.
Gazprom and Eni have recently signed a Memorandum of Understanding, which examines the potential co-operation in developing the southern corridor.
TransCanada Corp. has filed a variance application with the National Energy Board to proceed with construction of the North Montney mainline project.
An emergency order has been refused and the pipeline has been vandalised, yet, Dakota Access is still set to be operational by next week.
Husky Energy Inc is currently undertaking a cleanup operation after a crude oil pipeline spill last week.
The provincial government of Alberta predicts economic recovery, with growth driven by the energy sector, and specifically, pipelines.
The Pipeline Safety and Hazardous Materials Administration has sent a proposed safety order to Hilcorp Alaska LLC regarding its concerns over a crude oil pipeline.
Following its tour of the UK, ESAB has announced the winner of a prize draw for one if its Rebel multi-process welding machines.
Cheniere Energy, Inc. has announced the signing of key commercial agreements and the launch of a binding open season on its Midship pipeline project.
With the 12th Pipeline Technology Conference set to take place between 2 - 4 May, Paul Waanders of Maats has spoken with IPLOCA about the event.
The Petroleum Safety Authority Norway has completed an audit of the fabrication of the pipelines on Wintershall’s Maria field.
BP and Ineos have confirmed that they have been in talks regarding the sale of the Forties pipeline system.
A new report from Reportlinker provides an update and forecast on the global oil and gas pipeline market, from 2012 - 2022.
ARDCO introduced its articulating multipurpose trucks (AMT) at CONEXPO. The AMT's modular platform can be equipped with various attachments for pipeline work, including a pipe trailer configuration, personnel carrier, water and fuel tanks, among others.
Polyguard has purchased a new facility in the town of Corsicana, Texas that more than doubles the manufacturing capabilities.