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Technip Cuts Unit Margin Goal, Cites Russia Sanctions Risk

French oil services firm Technip on Thursday cut its operating margin target for its onshore/offshore unit for this year and next, citing the possible impact of

Putin's Aide Calls Gazprom Gas Export Monopoly 'Unshakeable'

The monopoly held by state-controlled Gazprom on the right to export Russian gas by pipeline was described as "unshakeable" by an aide to President Vladimir Putin on Wednesday.

Ukraine: EU Reverse Gas Lower on Gazprom Opposition

Ukrainian Energy Minister Yuri Prodan said on Wednesday reverse gas flows from the European Union to Ukraine had fallen because of opposition from Russian gas producer Gazprom.

MarkWest PA NatGas Plant Back in Service

MarkWest Energy Partners LP's Plant III at its Houston natural gas processing and fractionation complex in Washington County, Pennsylvania, has returned to service after nearly two months,

Editorial: Gas ... It's Both the Question & the Answer

When the time comes to pull an edition together, sometimes the content simply takes on a life of its own, as is the case with the July 2014 edition and the proliferation of ‘gas’ throughout.

UK Council Rejects Fracking Proposal

A plan by London-based oil and gas exploration firm Celtique Energie to drill for shale gas in southern England failed to win county government approval on Tuesday,

Putin Mulls End of Gazprom Monopoly Pipeline Gas Sales to China

The Russian government should consider allowing gas producers other than Gazprom to export gas from new fields in east Siberia and Far East, Vedomosti daily newspaper said,

EXXONMOBIL Files Export Application for Alaska LNG Project

  In another important step forward for the Alaska LNG project, an application to export liquefied natural gas (LNG) was submitted to the U.S. Department of Energy by EXXONMobil.

Bureau Veritas Kick-starts LNG Bunkering

International classification society Bureau Veritas has published a comprehensive set of guidelines on LNG Bunkering, with the aim of speeding adoption of LNG as

Kemp: Britain Should Privatize Onshore Oil & Gas

Oil and gas taxation has become a major source of conflict between producers and Britain's tax authorities. But like other indirect taxes, the amount of attention

Russian Gas Flows via Ukraine to EU

Russian natural gas flows to the European Union through Slovakia via Ukraine were running normally on Monday, a spokesman of the Slovak pipeline operator Eustream said.

Statoil Production Resumes at Njord Field

Norwegian energy firm Statoil has resumed oil and gas production at its Njord platform after reinforcing the structure, but still plans to bring the platform to shore in 2016 for further upgrades.

Port of Antwerp to Set Up LNG Bunkering

  It would be possible for barges to fill up with LNG at a permanent bunkering station in the port of Antwerp by the beginning of 2016. Truck-to-ship bunkering is already possible,

Sergey Gustov In-Charge of Gazprom LNG Saint Petersburg

Sergey Gustov has been appointed Director General of Gazprom LNG Saint Petersburg. Sergey Gustov was born in the Vladimir Region in 1969. In 1992 he graduated

Teekay Announces Public Offering

Teekay LNG Partners L.P. has announced  that it has agreed to sell 2,800,000 common units, which represent limited partner interests, in a public offering. Teekay

Shell Pulls Out of Qatar's Block-D After Dry Well

Royal Dutch Shell has abandoned plans to explore for gas in Qatar's Block D after recent drilling failed to turn up commercial volumes at its majority-owned QSD-1 well,

Kongsberg Tech Chosen for 13 Newbuild Projects

Kongsberg Maritime’s Full Picture solution has been selected by Chinese and Korean shipbuilders for 13 advanced newbuild offshore vessels with a total value of 330 MNOK.

S.Korea: Planned Carbon Market Flawed

South Korea's finance minister has called its impending emissions trading market "flawed in many ways", hinting that he would pressure other ministries to delay the planned 2015 launch,

Shell suspends work on Canadian gas for transport facility

Royal Dutch Shell has suspended development of a liquefaction unit at Canada's Jumping Pound facility, which was to be used to develop the emerging gas for transport market.

Croatia publishes tender for on-shore oil/gas exploration

Croatia published an international tender for on-shore exploration for oil and gas in the Drava river basin and the east of the country, the Economy Ministry said on its website.

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