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Gazprom, Statoil Finalizing LNG Agreements

Russia’s Houston-based Gazprom Marketing & Trading USA (GM&T USA) and Norway’s Statoil ASA said Tuesday they are finalizing agreements to allow Gazprom to import liquefied natural gas (LNG) to the regasification terminal at Cove Point, MD, where Statoil holds capacity.

December 2, 2009

Woodside Focused on Southern CA for LNG Location

With a promotional launch to its ambitious liquefied natural gas (LNG) plans for California now complete, Australian-connected Woodside Natural Gas Inc. is focusing on finalizing its proposed onshore receipt site for regasified LNG shipments along the Southern California coast. Woodside will make public its final site decision next month, a Los Angeles-based spokesperson said Tuesday.

January 25, 2006

Nexen Readies for Oilsands Startup, Sells E&P Assets for C$946M

Calgary-based independent Nexen Inc. is finalizing agreements with four undisclosed buyers to sell conventional oil and gas properties in southeast Saskatchewan, northwest Saskatchewan, northeast British Columbia and the Alberta foothills for C$946 million (US$762 million) to pay down debt and get ready for startup of its 50%-owned Long Lake oilsands project late next year.

July 11, 2005

Nexen to Sell Canadian Properties for C$946M

Calgary-based independent Nexen Inc. is finalizing agreements with four undisclosed buyers to sell conventional oil and gas properties in southeast Saskatchewan, northwest Saskatchewan, northeast British Columbia and the Alberta foothills for C$946 million (US$762 million) to pay down debt and get ready for startup of its 50%-owned Long Lake oilsands project late next year.

July 7, 2005

ExxonMobil Leases Advanced LNG Technology to U.K. Firm

After finalizing new technology that will speed up construction times on liquefied natural gas (LNG) facilities, ExxonMobil Upstream Research Co. said Friday that it has licensed the patented LNG storage tank technology to U.K.-based Skanska Whessoe, an engineering, procurement and construction contractor with specialized, worldwide experience in storage and handling of low-temperature fluids.

January 12, 2004

ExxonMobil Leases Advanced LNG Technology to U.K. Firm

After finalizing new technology that will speed up construction times on liquefied natural gas (LNG) facilities, ExxonMobil Upstream Research Co. said that it has licensed the patented LNG storage tank technology to U.K.-based Skanska Whessoe, an engineering, procurement and construction contractor with specialized, worldwide experience in storage and handling of low-temperature fluids.

January 12, 2004

Industry Seeks Delay, Offers Refinements to Proposed Price Reporting Rules

FERC should put off finalizing its proposed rules on price reporting to publications until it has a chance to evaluate how well its voluntary guidelines are succeeding, producers said in comments filed Monday (RM03-10). If the Commission does proceed with its proposed amendments to blanket certificates, it needs to refine its definitions of prohibited behavior, producers and others said.

August 19, 2003

Northern Border Partners Sees Improved Results With Finalizing Powder River FEIS

Northern Border Partners LP expects to see gathering and processing volumes from the Powder River Basin gain between 15-20% by the end of the year with the timely completion of the Bureau of Land Management’s final environmental impact statement (FEIS), company officials said in an earnings conference call Thursday.

February 3, 2003

Northern Border Partners Sees Improved Results With Finalizing Powder River FEIS

Northern Border Partners LP expects to see gathering and processing volumes from the Powder River Basin gain between 15-20% by the end of the year with the timely completion of the Bureau of Land Management’s final environmental impact statement (FEIS), company officials said in an earnings conference call Thursday.

January 31, 2003

VA SCC Proposes Permanent Retail Access Rules

As it moves closer to statewide deregulation, the Virginia State Corporation Commission (SCC) is finalizing permanent rules that will govern retail access to competitive energy services for both the electric and natural gas industries. The SCC is calling for public comment on the proposed rules, which take effect Jan. 1, 2002.

March 26, 2001