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Let us take a look at Iraq’s re-emergence as a major oil producer and examine why international companies wanting to benefit have to commit.

It is hard to come up with a better symbol of Iraq’s resurgent oil and gas sector than the candidacy of the nation’s Thamir Ghadhban to head the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC). After decades on the sidelines, Ghadhban is one of four hopefuls to take the reins of OPEC.

Tarahumara Pipeline, R.L. de C.V, a subsidiary of Grupo Fermaca, has been selected in a public auction by the Mexican Federal Electricity Commission (CFE) to build and operate the natural gas pipeline for the northern region of Mexico in the state of Chihuahua.

P&GJ’s latest international pipeline survey indicates 97,763 miles of pipelines are in various stages of construction and planned.

Gulfport Energy Corp. completed definitive agreements with MarkWest Utica EMG L.L.C. to construct and operate gas gathering pipelines and processing facilities associated with Gulfport's development of its Utica Shale acreage in eastern Ohio.

An unfortunate fact of life I quickly learned growing up in eastern Pennsylvania in the 1960s was the lack of decent paying industrial jobs.

Enterprise Products Partners’ Phase I Eagle Ford crude oil system recently began accepting deliveries and commissioning the pipeline and delivery stations.

Kinder Morgan Energy Partners announced that shippers have signed binding 20-year contracts for 510,000 bpd of capacity in support of expanding the pipeline system.

Ziff Energy has released a report which provides an analysis of the 2011 U.S. and Canadian gas reserve replacement rates, gas reserves, and focuses on reserves booking in today’s low-price environment.

Pittsburgh-based EQT Corp. has launched a pilot program to begin converting drilling rigs to liquefied natural gas (LNG), displacing the diesel used to power equipment at the well site.

Vehicles fueled by liquid natural gas (LNG) are poised to penetrate heavy duty trucking due to low natural gas prices resulting from the United States’ unconventional gas boom, according to a new IHS Cambridge Energy Research Associates report. Unlike light-duty vehicles (LDVs), the economics are favorable to both vehicle owners and LNG suppliers, the report says.