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Total Completes Gas Pipeline in Nigeria

Total on Wednesday said it is now ready to commence gas supply to the National Integrated Power Plant (NIPP) at Alaoji along the Imo River in Abia State in Nigeria. Total E&P Nigeria Ltd said in a statement that a section of its Northern Option Pipeline (NOPL) from km 38 (at Obigbo) to Km 50 (at...

Forbes: Is Algeria's Shale Revolution Faltering?

Blame it on the threat of collapsing global oil prices or the ongoing protests in response to the environmental impact of fracking – either way, Algeria’s shale gas dreams have gotten fuzzier in recent weeks. According to local media reports, Algeria’s political and energy leadership...

Australia Pacific LNG 88% Complete

Origin Energy Limited on Friday reported that the Australia Pacific LNG project is 88 per cent complete and on track to deliver first LNG in mid-2015. The update was provided as part of company’s quarterly production report. "The upstream component of the project is 90 per cent complete, with...

Platts: China's Independent Players Push for Access to LNG Supplies

Falling LNG costs and rising domestic gas prices in China have made opportunistic purchases increasingly attractive for non-traditional LNG buyers, which are now putting pressure on state-owned terminal operators to gain access to their import infrastructure. Several private and state-owned companies...

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