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The demand for energy is high and projected to increase steadily by at least 2% per year, according to the International Energy Agency (IEA). As a result, oil and gas products are being shipped at a faster rate than ever before, increasingly making their way across international borders to meet demand.

Fluor Corp. reports its ICA Fluor joint venture with Empresas ICA, S.A.B. de C.V., signed a contract with TAG Pipelines Sur S. de R.L. de C.V. to build the 1.42 Bcf/d capacity Ramones II Sur gas pipeline through the states of San Luis Potosí, Querétaro and Guanajuato in Mexico.

Regency Energy Partners will build a processing plant and NGL pipeline at Regency’s Dubberly facility in north Louisiana.

In February, when Summit Natural Gas of Maine began providing natural gas to Gardiner businesses and residents who until then had relied on propane or heating oil, it was only part of a much bigger story.

Modern centrifugal compressors using double-end, variable-speed electric motors are high performance and reliable options for pipeline compression stations. Such a compressor train is equipped with two compressor casings coupled through two gear units on either side of a double-end variable speed drive (VSD) motor.

Spectra Energy Corp. has submitted an Environmental Assessment Certificate Application for its Westcoast Connector Gas Transmission project to the BC Environmental Assessment Office.

A federal court decision allowing the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to move forward with a rule limiting mercury emissions from power plants has heightened concerns in some quarters about interstate pipeline infrastructure inadequacy.

Kinder Morgan Energy Partners, L.P. will invest $671 million to grow its CO-2 infrastructure in southwestern Colorado and New Mexico.

In recent years as the natural gas business has changed, so have the associations that work and support the utility industry. But one focus has never changed: the commitment to safety, whether it is on-the-job or in the delivery of products to the end consumer.

Douglas-Westwood’s new World Floating Production Market Report forecasts that between 2014 and 2018 $99 billion will be spent on floating production systems (FPS) – an increase of 138% over the preceding five-year period.