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Saturday, June 15, 2013

Pipeline News Summary - June 2013

 Pipeline News

A summary of some of the stories that caught the attention of journalists this week:

  • Russia hits Chinese pipe manufacturers with a 19.5% tariff to battle pipe dumping and price erosion (read more).
  • The FREEDOM Pipeline is no more as Kinder Morgan pulls the plug on this proposed 2 billion dollar project.  Customers preferred the rail system over pipelines to transport oil (read more).
  • Piedmont completes its $500 million, 128 miles pipeline after two years of work (read more). 
  • For the second time in two months; Ecuador (PetroEcuador) loses a pipeline to avalanche (read more).
  •  Man sentenced to 22 years for trying to blow up an Atmos Energy pipeline in Dallas, TX with a homemade explosive device (read more).
  • Board determines that 2012 pipeline explosion in British Colombia last year was not caused by corrosion or external damage - but was instead caused by a pre-existing flaw in the pipe (read more).
  • BC government unwilling to approve Enbridge Northern Gateway Project...yet (read more).

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