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  • The Republican-led US Congress gave final passage to a bill to approve the Keystone XL pipeline, in early February. However, President Barack Obama has vowed to veto plans for the pipeline because it would pluck the approval process from his Administration. He wants the State Department to finish it...

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  • A report prepared for the European Commission is claimed to have questioned whether a planned 3bn pipeline across the Pyrenees linking France and Spain would be commercially viable, unless Algeria reduced exports of gas to Europe, writes Keith Nuthall. Brussels asked consultancy Poyry to assess the...

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  • The Norwegian Petroleum Directorate has granted start-up consents for the Edvard Grieg oil pipeline and the Utsira High gas pipeline, which will serve the Edvard Grieg and Ivar Aasen fields in the North Sea. The system includes a 26 mile long, 28-inch pipeline between the Edvard Grieg platform and a...

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  • The European Investment Bank (EIB) is planning to lend Societa Gasdotti Italia 100mn to help it extend central and southern Italy gas transmission pipelines, writes Keith Nuthall. The money would fund half the planned cost of a 200mn 20182022 programme aimed at improving the integration of gas st...

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  • TransCanada has filed a lawsuit in the Texas federal court, claiming President Obama exceeded his Constitutional authority when he refused to greenlight the controversial Keystone XL pipeline. The company is reportedly seeking more than $15bn in damages through a North American Free Trade Agreement ...

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  • After a closed-door meeting with its Tanzanian partners in early July, the Ugandan government announced that construction of the cross border oil pipeline newly dubbed the EACOP will begin in January. Although political will behind the project seems firm, the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) ex...

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  • The UK's first waste water heat recovery scheme has been installed at Borders College in Galashiels, Scotland, using pre-insulated pipework from FlexEnergy.Looking to reduce its carbon emissions, the college chose a renewable heating system from SHARC Energy Systems, including a sewer interface to S...

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