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Egypt to Cut Gas Supplies to Industry in August

Egypt will divert natural gas supplies away from industry in August to meet increased demand from electric power plants, an official at the country’s state gas board EGAS told Reuters on Monday. Natural gas shortages have in the past forced EGAS to ration gas supplies to industry during months of ...

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Leak Halts Major Fuel Pipeline into Germany

A major pipeline feeding oil products from the Amsterdam-Rotterdam-Antwerp refinery hub into Germany was shut this week after a leak was reported in the Netherlands, the operating company said in a statement on Thursday. The Dutch-German Rotterdam-Rijn Pijpleiding (RRP) distillates pipeline, partly owned by Royal Dutch Shell and BP, will ...

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Fugro Wins Blue Stream Pipeline Inspection Contract

Fugro, the world’s largest integrator of geotechnical, survey, subsea and geosciences services, has been awarded a contract by Blue Stream Pipeline Company B.V. to provide survey support vessels and other services related to the external inspection of the Blue Stream Pipeline. Blue Stream comprises tow 24 inch gas export pipelines ...

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