News // Transportation and storage
A consortium of companies building the Nabucco gas pipeline designed to pump natural gas from the Caspian region to Europe bypassing Russia has delayed its plans to include Iran in the project, the consortium said on Monday.
24 August 2010 , 12:57RIA Novosti16570
Allseas’ Solitaire, the world’s largest pipelay vessel, left Rotterdam after being retrofitted in preparation to lay a section of the Nord Stream natural gas pipeline in the Gulf of Finland.
20 August 2010 , 10:20Oil and Gas Eurasia29560
Russia's state expert commission, Glavgosekspertiza has reached a positive decision on documentation to increase the capacity of the East Siberia-Pacific Ocean pipeline to 50 million tons per year on the Tayshet-Skovorodino segment, the Oil and Gas Information Agency has reported. vostoknefteprodukt reports that the current volume on the segment in 30 million ton per year.
18 August 2010 , 14:17Oil and Gas Eurasia17270
Transport of Turkmenistan crude via the main export pipeline, Baku-Tblisi-Ceyhan, began in July this year, BP-Azerbaijan reported according to Novosti-Azerbaijan.
17 August 2010 , 11:21Oil and Gas Eurasia18420
Construction of the Nord Stream natural gas pipeline will continue in the Finnish Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ), as the Castoro Sei pipelay vessel returned to lay the pipeline in the western part of the EEZ, Nord Stream reported in a news release.
12 August 2010 , 12:16Oil and Gas Eurasia12620
750 kilometers of the Sakhalin-Khabarovsk-Vladivostok Pipeline has been laid, welded and covered, Deputy Gazprom Chair Aleksandr Ananenkov said during a meeting in Khabarovsk.
11 August 2010 , 10:48Oil and Gas Eurasia22650
A final decision by partners in the Nabucco project on building the gas pipeline could be delayed until the beginning of 2011, representatives of Nabucco partner OMV (Austria) said.
09 August 2010 , 14:45Oil and Gaz Eurasia17020
Sofia and Belgrade have agreed on the route from Bulgaria into Serbia along which they will lay the South Stream pipeline with Russia, Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borisov said Saturday during an interview on bTV television.
09 August 2010 , 10:33Oil and Gaz Eurasia21660
Iran and Venezuela have agreed to form a joint shipping company to transport crude, Deputy Iranian Oil Minister Hosein Shirazi said.
05 August 2010 , 13:03Oil and Gaz Eurasia23770
In 2009, crude oil, natural gas, and pipeline transport services accounted for almost 50 percent of Norway's exports value, 22 percent of GDP, and 27 percent of government revenues according to the Norwegian Petroleum Directorate.
05 August 2010 , 12:59Oil and Gaz Eurasia15420
Lithuanian gas company Lietuvos Dujos and Polish Gaz System signed on Monday a memorandum on the construction of the Amber pipeline, which was abandoned by Russian oil giant Gazprom in favor of the Nord Stream pipeline, Kommersant business daily said on Tuesday.
04 August 2010 , 10:02RIA Novosti12760
UAL Corp.'s United Airlines and Continental Airlines Inc. won European Union antitrust approval for their all-stock merger.
28 July 2010 , 08:43Bloomberg15380
Russian flagship carrier Aeroflot signed a contract on Monday with Airbus for the delivery of 11 A330-300 long-haul airliners at the Farnborough air show in England.
20 July 2010 , 09:04RIA Novosti61330
Prime Minister Vladimir Putin reprimanded Aeroflot on Saturday for not purchasing enough Russian-made planes, telling the state-run carrier's CEO that growing profits and dividends were not its only concern.
12 July 2010 , 10:08The Moscow Times52160
U.S. businessmen would like to buy Russian airports and seaports, Russian Transport Minister Igor Levitin said Thursday.
25 June 2010 , 09:04RIA Novosti13950
China intends to build six supertankers for Iran to transport liquified gas, Iran News reports, citing sources in the gas production industry.
09 June 2010 , 08:11Oil and Gas Information Agency29850
Airlines worldwide will make profits of $2.5bn in 2010, an industry body has said.
08 June 2010 , 10:52BBC News13570
Russia's railway monopoly RZD, top high-speed train service Aeroexpress, and Germany's Siemens signed a deal on production of new generation electric trains.
28 May 2010 , 10:15RIA Novosti69440
Travel chaos has continued to grip Europe, despite the easing of its aerial lockdown as the Icelandic volcano eruption appeared to wane.
21 April 2010 , 08:47BBC News15290
The first flights in northern Europe have taken off after five days of inactivity caused by the spread of volcanic ash from Iceland.
20 April 2010 , 09:54BBC News16020