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Why Pipelines Are the Next Phase of the Energy Revolution - Motley Fool

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Why Pipelines Are the Next Phase of the Energy Revolution
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In the 1930s, JP Morgan once quipped that he knew a stock market disaster was imminent when his shoe-shiner was bullish on the market and was giving Morgan advice.
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Supreme Court ruling puts First Nations in driver's seat on pipelines - Guelph Mercury

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Supreme Court ruling puts First Nations in driver's seat on pipelines
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When Canada's Supreme Court released its sweeping judgment on aboriginal rights last Thursday, pipeline opponents were jubilant.
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Pipelines crucial to our future - Niagarathisweek.com

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Pipelines crucial to our future
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If it weren't so serious, it would be funny. All this talk and fuss over another pipeline. Our world is interwoven with pipelines of one description or another.
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Saudi oil minister affirms OPEC's production targets - Al-Monitor: the Pulse of the Middle East

Saudi oil minister affirms OPEC's production targets - Al-Monitor: the Pulse of the Middle East | Oil and Gas Pipelines | Scoop.it
In an interview with Al-Hayat, Saudi Arabia’s Minister of Petroleum and Mineral Resources Ali bin Ibrahim al-Naimi speaks on the current status of the region's oil sector.

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North Dakota: Works Hard, Pumps Oil, Rates ‘AAA’

North Dakota: Works Hard, Pumps Oil, Rates ‘AAA’ | Oil and Gas Pipelines | Scoop.it
The state of North Dakota produced 972,000 barrels of oil a day in October and is on track to reach 1 million barrels a day in December. The state also struck oil of a different kind Friday morning...

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TransCanada pipeline to Nederland to move 700K barrels of oil this year - Beaumont Enterprise

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Insider Monkey (blog) TransCanada pipeline to Nederland to move 700K barrels of oil this year Beaumont Enterprise The president says that the proposed Keystone XL pipeline project from Canada to Texas should only be approved if it doesn't worsen...
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COLUMN-Pipelines vs rail for moving oil safely - a close call: Kemp - Reuters

COLUMN-Pipelines vs rail for moving oil safely - a close call: Kemp
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LONDON, July 10 (Reuters) - Notwithstanding the appalling train disaster in Quebec this month, U.S.
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Alberta sinking billions into pipeline plan to send oil east - Financial Post

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Alberta sinking billions into pipeline plan to send oil east
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CALGARY – Alberta is pumping billions into a plan to send oil to Canada's eastern provinces.
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Indigenous groups protest oil and gas pipelines in northern British ...

In Canada, people are rallying to support an Indigenous community in northern British Columbia that is claiming its sovereignty over the land and maintaining blockades against oil and gas companies who want to build ...
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Greens say no to tar sands oil pipelines in Ontario - NorthumberlandView.ca

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Greens say no to tar sands oil pipelines in Ontario
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“If BC can say no to dirty oil pipelines, Ontario should too.” TransCanada's proposed Energy East pipeline could transport as much as 850,000 barrels of tar sands oil per day.
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China to Build Tanzania Gas Pipeline - AllAfrica.com

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China to Build Tanzania Gas Pipeline
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One ambitious project is the 534-kilometre long Mtwara-Dar es Salaam natural gas pipeline. The government has already secured a $1.2 billion loan from Exim Bank of China to finance the project.
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UPDATE 1-South Sudan warns oil shutdown might destroy pipelines - Reuters Africa

Voice of America UPDATE 1-South Sudan warns oil shutdown might destroy pipelines Reuters Africa JUBA/KHARTOUM, July 23 (Reuters) - South Sudan warned its neighbour Sudan that turning off oil flows through pipelines between the two countries could...
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Plains All American Pipeline and PAA Natural Gas Storage Announce Analyst ... - DailyFinance

Plains All American Pipeline and PAA Natural Gas Storage Announce Analyst ...
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HOUSTON--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Plains All American Pipeline, L.P. (NYSE: PAA) and PAA Natural Gas Storage, L.P.
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As pipelines and plants come online, Ohio Utica shale gas and oil production ... - Akron Beacon Journal

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As pipelines and plants come online, Ohio Utica shale gas and oil production ...
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EMAS AMC installs pipelines and platforms in Gulf of Thailand

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EMAS AMC to install subsea pipelines and platforms for Chevron. Ezra Holdings Limited has announced that the Group's Subsea Services division, EMAS AMC, has achieved the significant milestone of installing 50 platforms ...
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TransCanada says oil has begun to flow on southern leg of Keystone XL

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Oil has begun to flow on the southern leg of TransCanada Corp.'s Keystone XL pipeline.

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Oil Begins Flowing Through Southern Leg of Keystone XL

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Fuel Fix reports that this past weekend, oil began flowing through the Gulf Coast Pipeline, the southern leg of the Keystone XL pipeline: TransCanada has begun moving oil into the Keystone XL pipeline’s southern leg, which runs from Oklahoma to the...

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BP leading industry effort to seek oil deeper under sea floor

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HOUSTON -- BP's strategy after the Deepwater Horizon tragedy: Go deeper.BP is leading an industry-wide push to develop technology that can retrieve oil from formations that are so deep under the sea floor, and under such high pressure and...

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Canada rail crash adds green hue to oil pipelines - Breakingviews

Canada rail crash adds green hue to oil pipelines
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No way of transporting crude is perfectly safe. But a fatal train accident in Quebec draws attention to the dangers of blocking pipelines – which are about five times safer than trains.
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Sudden spike in gasoline prices, but increases may be short-lived

Sudden spike in gasoline prices, but increases may be short-lived | Oil and Gas Pipelines | Scoop.it

HOUSTON — With the summer vacation season picking up, gasoline prices at the pump are inching higher, a seasonal increase that was underscored by an unusual one-day bump on Friday of 3 cents a gallon.

And according to the AAA daily gauge report, the average price of a gallon of regular gasoline is 17 cents more today than just a year ago, at a time when Americans appear to be driving substantially more than last summer.

In the last week, the price rose approximately 7 cents, reaching an average $3.55 on Friday for a gallon of regular grade, the report said. Prices range widely around the country. In South Carolina, for instance, a gallon of regular averages $3.21; in California drivers pay $3.99.

“We’re going to get a little sticker shock at the pump,” said Tom Kloza, chief oil analyst at GasBuddy.com, a Web site that monitors gasoline prices. “We’ve moved up on wholesale prices anywhere from 35 to 60 cents a gallon since June 28. This summer we are looking at average prices of somewhere between $3.45 and $3.75, and unfortunately I think we will approach the high end of that range pretty shortly.”

The recent price increases can be attributed mainly to higher global crude prices that have been creeping up because of the unrest in Egypt, brief export failures in Libya and Iraq and disruptions of Nigeria’s oil pipelines. Egypt is not a major oil producer, but instability there raises fears of a possible blockage of the Suez Canal, a major thoroughfare for oil exports and spreading unrest in the region.

West Texas Intermediate, the main American benchmark, has been rising for more than a week, partly because higher demand among summer vacationers has caused a sudden large drop in American inventories. Many experts say they believe that the American benchmark price, which has been depressed relative to global benchmarks in recent years, could remain somewhat higher for a while because new pipelines and railroad lines are gradually relieving bottlenecks for oil produced and stored in the Midwest.

In storage and delivery centers like Cushing, Okla., for example, excess inventories of landlocked oil that could not be easily transported made the oil cheap. But now that supplies are moving around the country more regularly, wholesale and retail prices are rising.

Stockpiles in Cushing fell by 2.7 million barrels last week alone, reaching the lowest levels of the year.

In recent years, a weaker economy and more fuel-efficient vehicles combined to lower American gas consumption, before this summer’s blip of vacation driving bucked the trend. And few oil experts expect a long-term increase in oil and gasoline prices. The rapid growth in United States oil production, coupled with sluggish demand in Europe and slowing growth in China and much of the developing world, is expected to restrain prices. Some experts predict a decline in oil prices over the next year.

“You will see oil prices hover somewhere in the $70 to $100 range,” Harbir S. Chhina, an executive vice president for Cenovus Energy, a major Canadian oil company, predicted for the United States oil benchmark in an interview last month.

The United States benchmark has broken out of that band for the first this time year in recent days to just over $105, representing about a $20 rise from last July. Crude prices, in the United States and abroad, rose approximately 1 percent on Friday.

Global oil production remains robust and some recent supply problems are easing. Two Libyan oil export terminals that were shut down in recent weeks by militias and disgruntled employees have resumed operations. The Kirkuk-Ceyhan pipeline, a major outlet of oil from Iraq’s northern oil fields, is returning to operations this week after being suspended since June 21 because of a leak and an interruption of repair work after an ambush on a crew of technicians.

Oil experts warn, however, that there is no telling when the next political crisis will come in the Middle East or North Africa.

“Oil price predictions used to be about oil consumption and markets, but now it’s about where the next riot will break out,” said Stale Tungesvik, a senior executive at Statoil, the Norwegian oil giant. “It’s so much more politically based, and that makes it a mystery to everyone.”


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"Gasoline prices have been rising, mainly because of higher global crude prices that have been gaining because of Egyptian and Nigerian unrest."

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BLM Approves New Mexico Natural Gas Pipeline « Breaking Energy ...

BLM Approves New Mexico Natural Gas Pipeline « Breaking Energy ... | Oil and Gas Pipelines | Scoop.it
BLM has approved a 234-mile natural gas pipeline to transport natural gas liquid products across New Mexico and to markets in Texas. On July 4, 2013, the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) approved the construction and ...
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Lukoil opens bidding for North Caspian gas pipeline - Oil & Gas Journal

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Lukoil opens bidding for North Caspian gas pipeline Oil & Gas Journal Associated gas produced at Lukoil's North Caspian oil fields will move via the pipeline to a polyethylene/polypropylene plant at the Stavrolen industrial site, in the Stavropol...
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Toughen rules on for gas pipeline; Add issues of safety, rights to special session - Lexington Herald Leader

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Lexington Herald Leader Toughen rules on for gas pipeline; Add issues of safety, rights to special session Lexington Herald Leader A proposed natural gas liquids pipeline to Louisiana would cut a permanent 50-foot-wide swath from Bracken to...
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Natural Gas: Pipeline To Prosperity...Bridge Fuel To Nowhere - Forbes

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Natural Gas: Pipeline To Prosperity...Bridge Fuel To Nowhere
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He said: “Now even as we're producing more domestic oil, we're also burning more clean-burning natural gas than any country on Earth.
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South Sudan warns oil shutdown might destroy pipelines - Reuters UK

South Sudan warns oil shutdown might destroy pipelines Reuters UK JUBA/KHARTOUM (Reuters) - South Sudan warned its neighbour Sudan that turning off oil flows through pipelines between the two countries could destroy the link unless production...
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