Old Rivals, New Partners: Russia and Turkey, Tied by Energy Dependence
- Table 5. U.S. Natural Gas Imports and Exports, 2001-2003. // Natural Gas Monthly;Nov2003, p10
This article provides statistical information on Natural Gas Imports and Exports in the U.S., during 2001-2003. Total pipeline import of natural gas in the U.S. in 2003 was 2,477,014 million cubic feet.
- Table 6. Summary of U.S. Natural Gas Imports and Exports, 1997-2001. // Natural Gas Monthly;Nov2003, p14
This article provides statistical information on natural gas imports and exports in the U.S., during 1997-2001. Total pipeline import of natural gas in the U.S. during 2001 was 3,738,814 million cubic feet.
- Bulgaria Moves Forward On Gas Pipeline Plans. // Pipeline & Gas Journal;Oct2005, Vol. 232 Issue 10, p12
This article reports on the efforts of Bulgarez to seek international bids for a principal designer and a contractor of an environmental impact assessment of the Nabucco gas pipeline project in Bulgaria. Furthermore, Bulgargaz of Bulgaria, Transgaz SA of Romania, Botas of Turkey, OMV AG of...
- Schroeder, Putin Sign Off On Pipeline Deal. // Pipeline & Gas Journal;Oct2005, Vol. 232 Issue 10, p12
This article looks into the agreement signed by German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder and Russian President Vladimir Putin on building a Baltic Sea gas pipeline. However, Poland has opposed to the pipeline deal between German companies E.On AG and BASF AG with Russian gas firm Gazprom stressing...
- On the line. // New Hampshire Business Review;11/08/96, Vol. 18 Issue 23, p18
No abstract available.
- Crews beat record rains to build Pierre system. // Pipeline & Gas Journal;Dec93, Vol. 220 Issue 12, p23
Reports on the completion of a natural gas line installation project in Pierre and Morbridge, South Dakota in May 1993 by the Murphy Brothers Inc. despite the record-setting numbers of rainfall that plagued the United States in 1993. Accounts on how the company's solution to the weather problem...
- Natural gas pipeline companies. // Pipeline & Gas Journal;Nov94, Vol. 221 Issue 11, p110
Presents a directory of natural gas pipeline companies in the United States. Viking Gas Transmission Co.; West Emerald Pipe Line Corp.; Westar Transmission Company.
- Excess flow valves offer safety at moderate expense. McGowan, C. Dean // Pipeline & Gas Journal;Aug95, Vol. 222 Issue 8, p43
Discusses the use of excess flow valves (EFV) on natural gas distribution service pipelines in order to minimize possible catastrophic occurrences. Natural gas industry as having one of the safest transportation systems in the United States; Proven field service and moderate expense of EFVs;...
- Stupp completes line pipe delivery. // Pipeline & Gas Journal;Nov95, Vol. 222 Issue 11, p10
Reports on Stupp Corp.'s delivery of electric resistance welded pipe for a natural gas pipeline in Colombia. Features of the pipe; Methods used in transporting the pipe.