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Duplex Stainless Steel Market to be Worth $4.8 Billion by 2027 at 4.4% Growth Rate – IndustryARC

Market Research Reports, Business Advisory Services and Analytics An increase in bridge construction projects will drive the market growth of the duplex stainless steel market. HYDERABAD, TELANGANA, INDIA, September 28, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — IndustryARC, in its latest report, predicts that Duplex Stainless Steel Market size is estimated at US$4.8 billion …

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The former Bulgarian authorities authorized the construction of a Russian gas pipeline to “isolate Ukraine”

The real purpose of the project, as evidenced by the secret service report, was not to “diversify” Bulgaria’s gas supply but only to benefit the Russian Federation. Photo: President Rumen Radev was aware of the inefficiency of the pipeline Contrary to the law, the former Bulgarian authorities approved the construction …

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Pure Technologies, Synodon, Honeywell, Perma-Pipe – The Colby Echo News

The latest research report from MarketQuest.biz focuses on growth projections for the Global Oil and Gas Pipeline Leak Detection System Market 2022-2028. The report provides a detailed overview of the industry, including quantitative and qualitative information. It provides overview and forecast of the global Oil and Gas Pipeline Leak Detection …

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DNV wins three-year contract in the UK for the safe use and conversion of pipelines to transport 100% hydrogen

DNV, the independent energy expert and assurance provider, has been engaged to provide the necessary evidence to demonstrate the safe use and conversion of local transmission system (LTS) high pressure pipelines for the transmission of electricity. 100% hydrogen. The gas distribution company SGN manages approximately 3100 km of LTS gas …

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Climate relief cannot wait for utopia

Since the 1960s, fighting for the environment has often meant fighting against corporations. To fight pollution, activists have worked to thwart new oil drilling, coal-fired power plants, fracking for natural gas and oil pipelines. But today, Americans face a climate challenge that cannot be solved by simply saying no over …

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Poland could double gas volume from new pipeline in Q4 – The First News

Baltic Pipe, a multi-billion investment that will increase Poland’s independence from Russian gas, is set to open on October 1. Lech Muszynski/PAP Poland could count on doubling the volumes of gas to be pumped through the newly built Baltic Pipe pipeline in the last quarter of the year after Denmark …

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Why Investors Are Selling Copper and How a Looming Shortage Will Affect the Economy

The price of copper – used in everything from computer chips and toasters to power systems and air conditioners – has fallen nearly a third since March. Investors are selling because they fear a global recession will dampen demand for a metal synonymous with growth and expansion. You wouldn’t know …

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Equinor and Poland’s PGNiG enter into a long-term gas sales agreement

Overseas staff STAVANGER, Norway — Equinor announced a long-term gas sales agreement with Poland’s PGNiG. The agreement covers 10 years with a volume of approximately 2.4 Gm3 of gas per year to be exported via the new Baltic Pipe. The Baltic Pipe project connects the Norwegian gas export system to …

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Rosin: Leadership a unifying process for UCP

“We can’t just tell Westjet to put a vaccine passport on all flights only out of Alberta. They’re not going to do that because they’re operating in an international market. CANMORE – On October 6, the United Conservative Party leadership election will close and Alberta will have a new premier. …

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Russia’s Finance Ministry wants to raise oil and gas taxes

Pedestrians walk past the building of the Russian Ministry of Finance in Moscow, Russia, March 30, 2021. A sign reads: ‘Ministry of Finance of the Russian Federation’. REUTERS/Maxim Shemetov Join now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register This content was produced in Russia, where the law restricts coverage of …

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MIDTERMS 2022 in the United States: the electricity sector focuses on federal agencies in accordance with the main laws

In the wake of a landmark U.S. climate law, new federal moves to curb global warming emissions from the U.S. power sector could largely play out in administrative agencies in the second half of the first. term of President Joe Biden. Not registered? Receive daily email alerts, subscriber notes, and …

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AGIP pipeline leaks large amounts of gas

September 20, 2022September 20, 2022100 Illustrative picture The Kolo-Otueke-Bayelsa Palm Road in Ogbia Local Government Area in Bayelsa State is at risk due to a huge gas leak from a pipeline operated by the Nigeria Agip Oil Company. Residents told reporters who visited the scene of …

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SoCalGas and SDG&E outline plan for hydrogen blending demonstration projects in California

Diving brief: Southern California Gas, San Diego Gas & Electric and Southwest Gas this month jointly filed an application with the California Public Utilities Commission to implement hydrogen blending demonstration projects. The utilities intend to use a phased approach to blending hydrogen into utility distribution infrastructure at a level of …

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BHE GT&S Awards $115,000 in Grants to North Central West Virginia Charities at 25th Annual Golf Invitational | Harrison News

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Solving the labor shortage in the construction industry requires change

Addressing scarcity and attracting and retaining People Y, Z and beyond will require breaking with tradition: traditional ways, workplaces and approaches to building. We need to create new pathways to the profession to strengthen and diversify the pipeline. While the pandemic has given us insight into the impact of a …

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3 No-Hassle High Yielding Dividend Stocks to Buy Now

When your hard-earned money is on the line, it’s easy to over-complicate an investment decision. But often the simplest course of action can be effective and still get you a good night’s sleep. For many risk-averse investors looking for a steady return, the simple decision might be to look to …

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Manteca must ban all front yard grass for new construction in the future

The City of Manteca will pay residential customers up to $650 to remove water-hungry front yard sod that is essentially eye candy. Yet, at the same time, they’re enabling over 700 new homes a year to install—you guessed it—water-hungry front yard grass. For one thing, they allow more grass to …

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Creative designs reinforce Shanghai’s hidden infrastructure

imaginechina The newly renovated Shiliupu Wharf along the Huangpu River. Shanghai is exercising its design power in building landscapes, pipelines, sewage systems and other invisible infrastructure as part of creating a “design city”. During the ongoing World Design Cities Conference, the Shanghai Engineering Design Institute, the city’s leading infrastructure designer, …

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IGB pipeline obtains Law 15 for Bulgarian territory [PHOTO]

IGB pipeline obtains Law 15 for Bulgarian territory [PHOTO]

By Ayya Lmahamad The Greece-Bulgaria Interconnector (IGB) now has act 15 for Bulgarian territory, ICGB AD told Azernews. The company noted that pipeline commissioning procedures are progressing as planned and commercial operations will begin on October 1. Act 15 certifies that the installation is complete and technically sound, as the …

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Solutions for the digital future

Metrology Solutions for the digital future AS-Schneider will present the Digital Valve Kit, customized injection sleeve solutions at ADIPEC 2022 Posted: Monday, September 19, 2022 – 12:01 PM (AS-Schneider Group: Nordheim, Germany) — An AS-Schneider Group highlight at ADIPEC at stand 8840 in hall 8: the new digital valve kit, …

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Uganda reacts angrily to EU resolution against pipeline

KAMPALA, Uganda – The Ugandan leader warned on Friday that his government may “find someone else to work with” as French partner TotalEnergies faces growing pressure to pull out of a partnership to build electricity. a pipeline opposed by climate activists. Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni’s comments followed a European Union …

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2019 fatal Tetco incident said combination of pipeline fault and degraded system

A manufacturing defect, degraded coating and ineffective corrosion prevention system contributed to a fatal explosion and fire on Enbridge Inc.’s Texas Eastern Transmission (Tetco) natural gas pipeline near Danville, KY, the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) said Wednesday. . The rupture of Tetco’s Line 15 in August 2019 and the …

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UW opens $102 million interdisciplinary engineering building

Press Releases September 15, 2022 UW President Ana Mari Cauce (center left) and UW College of Engineering Dean Nancy Allbritton (center right) ceremonially break ground with engineering students Liban Hussein (l) and Aisha Cora (r) on the Interdisciplinary Engineering Building. Wearing purple hard hats and using gold-plated shovels, University of …

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Nigeria’s oil and gas exports hit by oil thefts and pipeline sabotage

Oil theft and growing sabotage of pipelines in the Niger Delta are hampering the growth of Nigeria’s oil and gas exports, The Guardian newspaper reported, quoting the CEO of the Nigerian Upstream Petroleum Regulatory Commission (NUPRC), Gbenga Komolafe. He said lower-than-expected crude production had affected gas production, primarily associated gas. …

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Bulgargaz reserves a capacity of 500 million m3/year at the Greek LNG terminal in Alexandroupolis

SOFIA (Bulgaria), September 14 (SeeNews) – Public gas supplier Bulgargaz will request to reserve an additional storage capacity of 500 million cubic meters (mcm) of liquefied natural gas (LNG), or 5.3 million MWh per year, at the planned floating natural gas (LNG) terminal in Alexandroupolis, Greece, the Bulgarian interim government …

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Europe’s wait for Turkmen natural gas continues

In response to the Kremlin’s war against Ukraine, the European Union is preparing to wean itself off Russian natural gas. While the move makes geopolitical sense, the Russian gas supply cut has already caused economic hardship. Before the war, Russia supplied 40% of European gas. The European Union now aims …

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ADNOC targets higher gas production with lower $548 million Zakum subsea pipeline contract

Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) announced earlier this month a $548 million contract to build a new gas mainline at its lower Zakum field offshore Abu Dhabi. ADNOC said the price would increase gas production capacity at the Lower Zakum field from 430 million to 700 million standard cubic …

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Work on a pilot hydrogen steel production facility in Teesside

Hydrogen pipe systems are being installed at a North East research and innovation hub as part of the initial £270,000 phase of a multi-million project to demonstrate innovation UK in the manufacture of environmentally friendly steel. Commercial Maintenance Services UK Ltd (CMS) is currently installing the infrastructure as part of …

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Canadian producers hit again by AECO disconnection

Canadian producers hit again by AECO disconnection Around the world, natural gas prices are reaching new highs due to the European energy crisis and Russian aggression in Ukraine, which is everywhere except Canada. Structural problems on TC Energy’s Nova Gas Transmission Limited (NGTL) system, which transports the vast majority of …

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Limpert: Mountain Valley Pipeline reassures by minimizing catastrophic safety risk | Columnists

Guillaume Limpert Roanoke Times reporter Laurence Hammack’s article (“Pipes Sit Outside as Construction Delayed,” Sept. 3) regarding the significant threat to public safety from the Mountain Valley Pipeline highlights the fear and danger that people living nearby will endure every day if the project is completed. MVP has been reckless …

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How oil-rich Nigeria failed to benefit from an oil boom

A surge oil prices can do amazing things. In Saudi Arabia, a futuristic city is set to emerge from the desert, filled with an artificial moon made from drones. The long beleaguered Angolan currency has suddenly become one of the best performers against the greenback. In the Middle East and …

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Can the EU agree on a plan to alleviate the energy crisis?

Just days after Russia said it would not restart gas flows through a critical pipeline to Europe, the bloc’s energy ministers backed comprehensive plans to cap prices on all imports from gas and a tax on electricity producers. But, at an emergency meeting late last week, they struggled to agree …

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POLK COUNTY COMMISSIONERS HEAR INFORMATION ON VIKING GAS TRANSMISSION PROJECT

The Polk County Board of Commissioners met Tuesday morning inside the Polk County Government Center to hear reports from social services and the planning and zoning departments. SOCIAL SERVICES-KAREN WARMACK Social Services Director Karen Warmack first approached the council with several items. The first being certain requests to replace a …

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Pipeline trips – September 11, 2022

On September 2, the State Pipeline Coordinator’s Section of the Oil and Gas Division of the Alaska Department of Natural Resources issued a public notice for the Commissioner’s analysis and proposed decision on right-of-way lease ADL 421843 for the Pikka sales pipeline. The DNR Commissioner’s preliminary conclusion was that the …

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City of Sonoma calls for better water conservation during aqueduct repairs

Read the full press release The Sonoma County Water Agency (Sonoma Water) is scheduled to begin repairs Monday, Sept. 12, on a 16-inch pipeline near the Verano Avenue Bridge in unincorporated Sonoma County, near the city of Sonoma. The pipeline, known as the Sonoma Aqueduct, serves the water division of …

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US-based Williams expands gas storage and transmission footprint in Texas with deal with NorTex

Strong points Adds 36 billion cubic feet of gas storage and pipeline in Texas Second midstream acquisition of 2022 US midstream operator Williams has reached a $423 million deal to buy NorTex Midstream, an operator of gas pipelines and natural gas storage assets in North Texas, from a subsidiary of …

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Stabilization plan approved for pipeline through Jefferson National Forest | Local News

Work crews have been given permission to stabilize sections of the unfinished Mountain Valley Pipeline that have been in the Jefferson National Forest for four years. The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission on Tuesday approved Mountain Valley’s proposal, which will use helicopters to fly into new wooden structures, known as rigging, …

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SECTION 00 11 13 – ADVERTISING FOR CON – InForum

SECTION 00 11 13 – ANNOUNCEMENT FOR CONSTRUCTION TENDERS OWNER: Cass Rural Water District (CRWD) ADDRESS: 131 Maple Street, Kindred, ND 58051 Separate Sealed Tenders for Construction of CRWD – NDSP Pipeline Improvements; will be received at the Office of Advanced Engineering and Environmental Services (AE2S), 4170 28th Ave S, …

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Commodity Tracker: 6 charts to watch this week

Europe is looking at healthy gas inventory levels ahead of winter, with reservoirs reaching over 80% capacity almost two months ahead of schedule. In Asia, the anticipation of the return of the Chinese aeronautical industry should stimulate the demand for jet fuel. Meanwhile, S&P Global Commodity Insights editors are …

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Dangerous Mountain Valley pipeline has no place in Manchin’s deal with Democrats

Thanks to Sen. Joe Manchin (D-West Virginia) conditioning his vote for the Cut Inflation Act to a backroom allowing a reform agreement which would complement the Mountain Valley Pipeline (MVP), this highly controversial fractured gas pipeline has become a household name. Attention is not good news for the MVP. While …

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Germany announces new LNG facility to move away from Russian energy

The German government has taken a further step towards reducing its dependence on Russian energy, reaching an agreement last week to acquire a fifth liquefied natural gas import facility. The new facility, a floating terminal with a five-year lease, will be the second in Wilhelmshaven, a port in northern Germany …

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Work continues on Kaw Lake Water Supply Project | New

ENID, Oklahoma— Construction continues on the Kaw Lake waterline. Most recently, the town of Enid closed Willow between Garland and Wheatridge on Friday for the installation of waterlines related to the Kaw Lake water program, which will last until September 30. The water supply project extends from Osage County Lake …

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Roof set to go on new $300m Tōtara Haumaru North Shore Hospital in $600m plans

The new building of the Hôpital de la Rive-Nord under construction. Photo/Michael Craig The roof is set to go on the new, more than $300 million Tōtara Haumaru North Shore Hospital building as part of a $600 million service upgrade for the La most populated in New Zealand. Dr. Dale …

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Russia drops NS1 stimulus after G7-backed oil price cap

The energy tug of war between the West and Russia became even more heated on Friday when the finance ministers of the Group of Seven (G7), to punish Moscow for its unwarranted invasion of Ukraine, endorsed a global price cap Russian oil, to which Russia reacted by postponing the relaunch …

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Final touches are made to IGB for commercial launch

By Ayya Lmahamad The final touches are being added for the commercial launch of the Interconnector Greece-Bulgaria (IGB) gas pipeline linking Greece and Bulgaria according to the established schedule, reports Azernews by ICGB AD. ICGB leaders Teodora Georgieva and George Satlas said all facilities were complete and ready for operation, …

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There’s never been a better time to fence livestock off streams

By Bobby Whitescarver My wife and I are beef cattle farmers in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia. Two years ago, we signed up for the Virginia Agricultural Best Practices Cost-Sharing Program. We used this state funding to fence our livestock off the waterways and develop a rotational grazing system. The …

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Oil companies seek US mediation to defuse Iraq-Kurdistan tensions

A flame rises from a chimney at the Taq Taq oilfield in Erbil, Kurdistan region of Iraq August 16, 2014. REUTERS/Azad Lashkari Join now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register The economy of semi-autonomous Kurdistan in danger Turkey may need more Russian and Iranian crude Relations soured after February …

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Cedar Rapids Metro Economic Alliance Supports ADM Plants CO2 Pipeline

Residents and interested stakeholders listen to presentations at a public meeting regarding Wolf Carbon Solutions’ proposed pipeline that would carry CO2 from ADM plants to southern Illinois on Tuesday at the Veteran’s Memorial Building in Cedar Rapids. (Geoff Stellfox/The Gazette) CEDAR RAPIDS, Ia. — The Cedar Rapids Metro Economic Alliance …

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Canada invokes pipeline treaty to prevent shutdown of Enbridge oil system

The Canadian government has invoked an international treaty with the United States to avoid possible distribution of Enbridge Inc.’s Line 5 pipeline in the latest chapter of a tribal lawsuit against the company. Federal Foreign Minister Melanie Joly activated the Pipeline Transit Treaty of 1977 to enforce the treaty’s prohibition …

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FAA height waiver filed for 2024 Busch Gardens Williamsburg project – BGWFans

We are only a few days away from the DarKoaster project official announcementbut the news flow dictates that we continue to look forward. We’ve known for many years now that Busch Gardens Williamsburg has big plans for Drachen Fire’s former home, Festhaus Park. In the mid-2010s, the site was rumored …

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Does China Really Control Kazakhstan’s Oil and Gas Industry?

A decade ago it was common in Kazakhstan to talk about China’s creeping takeover of the energy industry. This does not happen. Next month will mark the 25th anniversary of a Sino-Kazakh intergovernmental agreement on cooperation in the oil and gas industry. The state-owned China National Petroleum Corporation’s first acquisition …

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Demolition of the Noida Supertech twin towers: 10 things to know

Taller than Delhi’s iconic Qutub Minar, the 103-meter-tall, 32-storey Supertech Twin Towers in Noida’s 93A sector are set to be demolished at 2:30 p.m. on August 28. The Supreme Court on August 31, 2021 ordered the demolition of the Supertech twin towers – also known as the Apex and Ceyane …

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Pottawattamie County Supervisors Oppose Eminent Domain

Pottawattamie County is the latest to take a stand against eminent domain. The County Board of Supervisors recently passed a resolution stating its opposition to eminent domain for the construction of carbon capture pipelines. More than 20 other counties have done the same. Supervisors say they want companies like Summit …

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Sanchez’s plan with a new gas pipeline puts Italy on the plate to become a European gas ‘hub’

France refusing the flag, Spain is looking for a new partner to supply Europe with liquefied natural gas which arrives on national coasts mainly from the United States. pedro Sanchez has been very clear in recent weeks: “If there is no gas pipeline through France, will be for italyA few …

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‘Disruptions’ will moderate construction spending through next year

During the first half of 2022, non-residential construction spending returned to “nominal growth”. But JLL, in its construction outlook for the second half of the year, expects non-residential spending to remain flat, on an inflation-adjusted basis, and year-on-year growth to return to lows. historic levels in 2024, “as disruptions are …

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Wednesday, August 24 – EIN Presswire

Biden forgives up to $10,000 in student debt for most borrowersPresident Biden said Wednesday he would forgive up to $10,000 in federal student loan debt for many borrowers — and double that amount for Pell Grant recipients — a move that could offer some level of forgiveness. to up to …

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Wild Virginia Blasts ‘appalling’ FERC four-year extension of Mountain Valley pipeline certificate of fracked gas

From wild Virginia: On August 23, 2022, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) issued an order granting a four-year extension to complete the Mountain Valley Pipeline (MVP). Statement from David Sligh, Conservation Director of Wild Virginia: “This action by FERC is the latest in a long line of irresponsible decisions …

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Oil soars as IEA raises demand growth forecast for 2022

Oil prices stood above $2 on Thursday after the International Energy Agency raised its oil demand growth forecast for this year, as soaring natural gas prices forced some consumers to turn to oil. Brent crude futures gained $2.20, or 2.3%, to settle at $99.60 a barrel. U.S. West Texas Intermediate …

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Oilfield sewage pipe spills in northwestern North Dakota

Comment this story Comment BISMARCK, ND – North Dakota regulators are investigating a massive spill of oilfield wastewater from a broken pipeline in the northwestern part of the state that they say could take more than a year to clean. Karl Rockman of the state Department of Environmental Quality said …

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Europe braces for further cuts in Russian oil and gas exports

An interior view shows a new Caspian Pipeline Consortium (CPC) pumping station near the city of Atyrau, Kazakhstan October 12, 2017. REUTERS/Mariya Gordeyeva Join now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register CPC says two of three mooring points (SPM) are suspended An SPM can handle less than 70% of …

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Germanys Habeck Says Nord Stream 2 Launch Would Mean Berlin’s Political Failure

BERLIN (UrduPoint News/Sputnik – Aug 22, 2022) German Economy and Climate Minister Robert Habeck of the Greens said on Sunday that the launch of the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline would mean Berlin’s “political failure” and would “trample” Germany’s value system and position towards Russian President Vladimir Putin. “In this …

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IYC warns Arewa Youths against using derogatory comments against Tompolo

The leadership of the Ijaw Youth Council (IYC) has warned youth in the North under the Arewa Youth Assembly against using derogatory comments against the capacity of a former freedom fighter from the Niger Delta, the high head of government Ekpemupolo, also known as Tompolo, in the management of crude …

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Why Europe Didn’t Increase Caspian Gas Imports Earlier

For more than two decades, the European Union has drawn gas from the giant reserves of the Caspian Sea. Meanwhile, major pipeline projects have been talked about and forgotten. All the while, the bloc has become more dependent on Russian gas. As a journalist specializing in Turkish and Caspian energy …

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Contractors rush to meet Lake Gwayi-Shangani deadline

A SYMPHONY of massive floodlights lights up the sky at night over the construction site of the gigantic Gwayi-Shangani Lake in the Hwange district of Matabeleland North province. The sound of heavy construction machinery fills the night air. Silhouetted against the dimly lit sky, construction workers in their protective gear …

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Pipeline Network Eligibility for Securitization of Finance Lease Assets

As one of the most common types of underlying assets in asset securitization, receivables under a finance lease have long been at the forefront in terms of scale and size of emission. In practice, when local platform leasing companies screen leased assets for asset-backed securities (ABS), in addition to the …

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Gazprom closes gas pipeline to Europe for 3 days

MOSCOW (AP) — A key pipeline bringing Russian natural gas to Europe will be shut down for three days at the end of this month for “routine maintenance,” Russian state-owned energy company Gazprom said Friday. In a statement posted online, Gazprom said the only operational turbine at a key compressor …

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Chancery orders $12m Steel Connect settlement overhaul

By Jeff Montgomery (August 18, 2022, 8:43 PM EDT) – In a rare “go back and try again” command, a Delaware vice-chancellor on Thursday ordered a reshuffle or more justifications for a proposed $12 million settlement Derivative Shareholder Challenges to a $476 Million Insider Acquisition of IWCO Direct by Steel …

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Shawcor Wins $500 Million Pipe Coating Contract in Southeast Mexico | New

TORONTO, Aug. 18, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Shawcor Ltd. (“Shawcor” or the “Company”) (TSX: SCL) today announced that its pipe coating division (“Pipeline Performance Group” or “PPG”) has been awarded a formal contract valued at approximately C$500 million from Transportadora de Gas Natural de la Huasteca, S. de RL de …

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LPG Pipeline from Karachi to North of Proposed Country

ISLAMABAD: Senior Petroleum Division officials have proposed a 12,000 tpd capacity LPG pipeline from Karachi in the north of the country, ending in Lahore in the first phase and Rawalpindi in the second phase with offtakes at various charging hubs such as Bahawalpur, Multan and Lahore, a senior energy ministry …

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Russell Investments Group Ltd. sells 2,549 shares of Northwest Pipe (NASDAQ: NWPX)

Russell Investments Group Ltd. reduced its stake in Northwest Pipe (NASDAQ: NWPX – Get a rating) by 3.3% in the 1st quarter, according to its last filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). The fund held 74,563 shares of the industrial products company after selling 2,549 shares during the …

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German government war tax: Gas consumers will face huge cost hikes

Millions of households in Germany that meet their energy needs mainly with natural gas are facing huge cost increases. On Monday, Trading Hub Europe, a joint venture of gas transmission system operators, set the amount of the state gas surcharge, which the German government decided at the end of July. …

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Baltimore apartment construction slows despite falling vacancy and rising rents

Despite falling vacancy rates and rising rents across the Baltimore metro area, the pipeline of future apartments is down except in the city’s affluent southern suburbs. Wood Partners’ Alta Federal Hill, located at 1800 South Hanover St. in Baltimore, was the only project to deliver new units in the metro …

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Pembina Pipeline Corporation Announces Closing of Transaction and Creation of Pembina Gas Infrastructure

All financial figures are approximate and in Canadian dollars, unless otherwise stated. CALGARY, Alta., August 15, 2022 /PRNewswire/ – Pembina Pipeline Corporation (“Pembina” or the “Company”) (TSX: PPL) (NYSE: PBA) is pleased to announce that it has completed its previously announced joint venture transaction with KKR to combine their natural …

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India’s energy market is maturing

“Turmoil – the heat is on” is a popular video game, where the player has to earn a living to become a successful oil entrepreneur. Rising oil prices have certainly caused a stir in India, threatening to alter the pace of its economic growth. In 2015, aided by the US …

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Activist Meister eyes another possible conglomerate breakup to unlock value

Keith Meister, Founder and Chief Investment Officer at Corvex Management LP. Brendan McDermid | Reuters Company: MDU Resources Group Inc. (MDU) MDU Resources is a regulated energy delivery and building materials and services company. The Company is organized into the following four business segments: (i) Utilities: Electricity and Natural Gas …

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US offshore oil production to restart after pipeline repairs

NEW YORK, Aug 12 (Reuters) – A damaged component of an oil pipeline that disrupted production at several U.S. offshore platforms in the Gulf of Mexico was repaired on Friday night, a Louisiana official said, producers s preparing to reactivate part of the interrupted production. A failed flange connecting two …

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Air Compressor Market Share, Size, Industry Analysis, Demand, Growth and Research Report 2021-2027

Reports and data The Air Compressor market report also sheds light on the supply chains and changes in the trends of upstream raw materials and downstream distributors. NEW YORK, NY, USA, August 12, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — The Global air compressor market Growing technological developments and advancements in research are contributing …

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CORENERGY INFRASTRUCTURE TRUST, INC. MANAGEMENT REPORT AND ANALYSIS OF FINANCIAL POSITION AND OPERATING RESULTS (Form 10-Q)

The following discussion should be read in conjunction with the Consolidated Financial Statements and Notes thereto in this Report on Form 10-Q ("Report") of CorEnergy Infrastructure, Inc. ("the Company," "CorEnergy," "we" or "us"). The forward-looking statements included in this discussion and elsewhere in this Report involve risks and uncertainties, including …

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Idaho-Wyoming Gas Pipeline Needs Environmental Study | State and Region

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Idaho-Wyoming gas pipeline requires environmental study

Boise, Idaho US officials will not approve a gas pipeline from Idaho to Wyoming until additional environmental studies are completed. A U.S. District Court on Wednesday approved an agreement between the U.S. Forest Service and two environmental groups that have filed a lawsuit to stop the 50-mile (80-kilometer) Crow Creek …

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The Best Truck Bed Bike Racks for Every Type of Rider

Sklon Picture this: It’s a sunny day, hovering around 75 degrees. You have nothing planned, a freshly tuned bike and a van are waiting to take you on your favorite trail. There’s just one tiny catch: you haven’t invested in a bike rack yet. Perhaps the myriad options in the …

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August Cooling Forecast Pushes Natural Gas Futures Down; Money keep slipping too

As some teachers and students returned to class, traders also appeared to be ending summer for natural gas markets. With the latest weather patterns further reducing expected demand compared to the 15-day forecast, the September Nymex gas futures contract fell 47.5 cents to $7.589/MMBtu on Monday. October futures fell 47.3 …

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Fire at Cuba oil facility spreads as 3rd tank ignites

HAVANA (AP) — A deadly fire at a large oil storage facility in western Cuba spread Monday after flames engulfed a third tank that firefighters tried to cool while as they struggled to fight the huge fire. At least one person has died and 125 are injured, and dozens of …

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Padma Bridge opens the door to opportunities

The dream of establishing road connectivity between the southwestern part of Bangladesh and the capital has come true after the long-awaited opening of the Padma Bridge in June. But it will take time to get the most out of the country’s longest bridge, as supporting infrastructure still needs to be …

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[Market Eye] SK hynix’s W122tr chip cluster project hits water dispute

[Market Eye] SK hynix’s W122tr chip cluster project hits water dispute

SK hynix semiconductor factory in Icheon, Gyeonggi Province (Bloomberg/Yonhap) SK hynix’s 121.7 trillion won ($93.8 billion) plan to create a semiconductor manufacturing cluster hits an unexpected hurdle, with the South Korean chipmaker giant seeing itself deny a request for water use from a city adjacent to the cluster location in …

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Award of a contract for an offshore gas pipeline linking the Argo and Cassiopea fields in Italy

A €300 million offshore E&C contract for the transport and installation of an offshore gas pipeline linking the four wells of the Argo and Cassiopea fields to the Sicilian coast has been awarded to Enimed, a subsidiary of Eni SpA The 14″ gas pipeline, with a length of 60 km …

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Northwest Pipe (NWPX) is set to release quarterly results on Monday

Northwest Pipe (NASDAQ: NWPX – Get a rating) is expected to release its quarterly earnings data after the market closes on Monday, August 8. Analysts expect Northwest Pipe to post earnings of $0.73 per share for the quarter. Parties interested in participating in the company’s conference call can do so …

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Manchin economic package talks included transferring Mountain Valley Pipeline cases to another court

Comment this story Comment This week’s agreement that won the support of Sen. Joe Manchin III (DW.Va.) for major economic legislation contained a small provision that could have outsized impact in federal courts. In an early version of the talks, Democratic leaders agreed to a proposal that would move future …

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NuStar Reports Record Amount of Crude Oil from Permian Pipeline

San Antonio-based pipeline and terminal operator NuStar Energy LP reported a slight decline in second-quarter profits, but the company improved debt and saw record amounts of crude oil flow through its pipeline system. Permian pipelines during the period. NuStar posted adjusted earnings of $57.6 million, or 19 cents per unit, …

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Maryland wins $22.9 million grant for offshore wind training

The U.S. Department of Commerce awarded a $22.9 million federal grant to the Maryland Department of Labor (Labour) to develop a new apprenticeship model under the Maryland Works for Wind program to support the wind industry growing offshore in the region. The Maryland Works for Wind program will partner with …

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The North Sea pipeline network enters its fourth decade of service

Overseas staff ABERDEEN, UNITED KINGDOM — Ancala Midstream commemorated the 30e anniversary of the commissioning of the SAGE gas export system in the North Sea. The first gas was delivered from the SAGE terminal at St Fergus, north of Aberdeen, to the UK National Grid on August 2, 1992. The …

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Shell to deploy surveillance drones to pipelines and wellheads to combat oil theft –

The Shell Petroleum Development Company (SPDC) has signed a contract to acquire drones to monitor its pipelines and wellheads in the Niger Delta. SPDC’s director general of external relations, Igo Weli, made the point during a press conference in Port Harcourt on Tuesday. He said the company decided to acquire …

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EDITORIAL: College Joe, MIA

In these days of pivot or fail, we don’t envy those in the higher education sector who are tasked with making fateful decisions, and they all seem to be lately. As if covid wasn’t challenge enough, higher education had been looking down an upcoming “enrollment cliff” set to begin in …

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“Drill, baby, drill” is back in Europe as the gas crisis looms

But after the Dutch and German governments approved the development of a new gas field about 12 miles off the coast of Schiermonnikoog, the island’s mayor worries about his future. “We are very concerned that gas drilling will damage the area,” Mayor Ineke said. van Gent told CNN Business. “We …

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TSA Pipeline Cybersecurity Guidance Update

Following significant collaboration with industry, the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) has issued a revised guidance, effective July 27, 2022, which updates one of the previous guidance issued following a May 2021 cyberattack on one of the nation’s largest interstate oil pipelines. . Similar to previous guidance, this latest version, Pipeline …

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The economic adoptive child of restructuring

A common adage says “better late than never”! This is exactly what happened to our national cash cow which provides the national milk. The establishment of the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation, NNPC, as a state enterprise, was meant to be a multinational corporation like its peers like Petronas of Malaysia …

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Russia in FLAMES: Devastating explosion tears key gas pipeline in crisis for Putin | World | New

The main gas pipeline caught fire Friday in the Russian region of Chelyabinsk. Footage shared on Twitter showed the pipeline exploding. A user sharing the video said: “The Bukhara-Ural gas pipeline burst in Chelyabinsk region, Russia. “According to Russian media, the incident occurred due to the depressurization of the underground …

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Democrats open to pressure from Manchin to allow reform

Democratic leaders yesterday said a deal on a permit was crucial to getting West Virginia Democratic Sen. Joe Manchin to “yes” on a separate climate and social spending package. And while not everyone is thrilled with it, some see it as a silver lining. “The goal was to enable reform, …

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TC Energy settles Coastal GasLink pipeline disputes with LNG terminal owner

The company behind the controversial Coastal GasLink pipeline that runs through northern British Columbia says it has reached a “milestone” settlement with the group that is building a liquefied natural gas terminal on the west coast. Amid growing global demand for fossil fuels, TC Energy Corp. CEO Francois Poirier said …

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From now on, Russia will control all Qatari and Iranian gas pipelines

The West believed that its strategy of circumventing Russian dependence would be successful. But because it’s a never-ending rat race, the addiction factor has returned with a whole new face. And that could be another setback for the allies. More than a turf war, the war in Ukraine has become …

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Enbridge (NYSE:ENB) cut to hold at US Capital Advisors

US Capital Advisors cut shares by Enbridge (NYSE: ENB – Get a rating) (TSE: ENB) from an overweight rating to a hold rating in a research report sent to investors on Tuesday morning, Fly reports. Several other analysts have also recently published reports on ENB. National Bank Financial raised its …

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As the industrial sector sizzles, investors watch the impact of inflation and interest rates

Even though e-commerce has moderated somewhat, the industrial market in the United States continues to attract investor interest as new construction and adaptive reuse catch up with demand, according to the National Industry Report. from CommercialEdge, released earlier this month and covering the first half of 2022. The national industrial …

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Latest news from Russia and the war in Ukraine

Ukraine’s economy has suffered a sharp decline due to war with Russia, senior official says A view of the damage after the market square was hit by Russian attacks as the Russian-Ukrainian war continues in Bakhmut, Donetsk Oblast, Ukraine, July 25, 2022. Metin Atkas | Anadolu Agency | Getty Images …

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