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Aussie Court Halts Santos' Barossa Pipeline Near Tiwi Islands

Nov 15, 2023

Santos was told by a court on Wednesday to halt its pipeline project around 70 kilometers north of the Tiwi Islands pending a final ruling, although it was allowed to begin laying gas pipelines for a section of its $3.6 billion Barossa gas project.The ruling comes after a traditional land owner from the Tiwi Islands lodged proceedings with the Federal Court of Australia to halt the pipeline works until its impact and risk to underwater cultural heritage were properly assessed…

Gazprom Breaks Daily Record for Gas Supply to China

Jan 03, 2024

Russian energy giant Gazprom said on Wednesday it set a new daily record the previous day for gas supplies to China through the Power of Siberia pipeline.Gazprom did not provide a figure for the new daily record but said total gas exports to China via the pipeline amounted to 22…

Tekmar Group to Provide Equipment for Middle East Subsea Project

Nov 16, 2023

Tekmar Group said Thursday it had secured a £2.5 million contract to provide equipment for a subsea project in the Middle East.'The contract is for the design and supply of TekDuct, one of Tekmar Group's cable protection products, ballast modules…

Court Battle Between Santos and Traditional Owners Continues

Nov 15, 2023

Santos has issued a statement after the decision of the Federal Court of Australia on November 15 ruling that pipelay activities can commence on an 86-kilometer section of pipeline for the Barossa Gas Export Pipeline (GEP) – but not south of kilometre point 86 (KP86)…

Australia Court Halts Santos' Pipeline Works on $3.6B Barossa Gas Project

Nov 02, 2023

Santos said on Thursday an Australian court had granted an interim injunction preventing it from starting work on laying undersea pipelines on its $3.6 billion Barossa gas project off northern Australia.The ruling comes after Simon Munkara, a traditional land owner from the Tiwi Islands…

China Willing to Provide Necessary Information on Baltic Sea Pipeline Probe

Oct 25, 2023

China is willing to provide necessary information in accordance with international law regarding an investigation on damage to a Baltic Sea gas pipeline, the foreign ministry said on Wednesday at a regular press briefing.The damage earlier this…

Indigenous Group Seeks to Block Santos Gas Pipeline Offshore Australia

Oct 24, 2023

Australia said on Tuesday it was reviewing an emergency application by an indigenous group seeking to block pipeline construction on Santos Ltd's $3.6-billion Barossa gas project off northern Australia.Six indigenous elders on the Tiwi Islands…

McDermott Bags Major Subsea Pipeline, Cable Order in Qatar

Jul 12, 2023

Offshore installation firm McDermott has secured a major subsea pipelines and cables engineering, procurement, construction, and installation (EPCI) project from Qatargas.The award is related to the North Field Production Sustainability (NFPS) Offshore Fuel Gas Pipeline and Subsea Cables Project…

McDermott Wins Shell Contract for Offshore Transportation and Installation Project in Malaysia

Jul 06, 2023

Offshore installation services firm McDermott has won a contract for an offshore transportation and installation project with Shell in Malaysia.The pipelay and heavy lift project offshore Sarawak in East Malaysia, awarded by Sarawak Shell Berhad (SSB)…

Japan's Mitsui to Acquire UK's Pipeline Repair Specialist STATS

Jul 05, 2023

Japan's Mitsui & Co. has executed a share purchase agreement to acquire 100% of the issued shares of Aberdeen-based STATS (UK) Ltd., a company that manufactures proprietary energy pipeline repair equipment and provides engineering services.The…

Iraq Approves $416.9M to Build Third Offshore Export Pipeline. Dutch Firm Selected for the Job

May 31, 2023

The Iraqi cabinet approved on Tuesday $416.9 million for the construction of a third offshore export pipeline, it said in a statement.Iraq's state-run Basra Oil Company has contracted Dutch company Royal Boskalis to construct the pipeline, which…

Santos Faces New Delay on Barossa Gas Pipeline Due to Heritage Assessment

Jan 24, 2023

Santos Ltd faces a new delay in developing the Barossa gas project off northern Australia after a regulator ordered it to evaluate environmental risks to underwater indigenous cultural heritage before starting pipeline construction.The Jan. 13 notice…

Wintershall Dea Exits Russia

Jan 18, 2023

BASF will take a 7.3 billion euro ($7.9 billion) writedown as its Wintershall Dea energy business pulls out of Russia, the German chemicals giant said, triggering a net loss for 2022 and sending its shares lower. Wintershall Dea has deep ties to Russia…

Natural Gas Exports from Indonesia to Vietnam Targeted for 2026

Dec 23, 2022

Indonesia aims to export natural gas to Vietnam starting in 2026 from the Tuna offshore block located near the Indonesian and Vietnamese maritime border, the country's energy minister said on Friday. Southeast Asia's biggest economy may deliver…

Western Gas to Link its Equus Gas Field to North West Shelf And Pluto LNG Plants

Dec 20, 2022

Australian oil and gas company Western Gas has signed non-binding milestone agreements with the North West Shelf Project participants and Pluto LNG in Australia to process up to 3 Mtpa of gas from its Equus offshore gas field for LNG export and the WA market from 2027…

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