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report idUKL4N2GF18P https: www asiatimesfinancial com powerchina eyes rail link to transport oil and gas
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of the Northern Sea Route which is set to become a more significant global transport corridor as temperatures rise
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to take a 10 percent investment in two transport hubs in Murmansk and Kamchatka that Russian gas producer
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for ice class carriers that would transport liquefied natural gas for Russia’s Arctic LNG 2 project
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by train Nikkei Asian Review; March 16 Japan Petroleum Exploration is promoting rail transport
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Novatek selects former Russian navy base for LNG transport hub Independent Barents Observer; Norway; May
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company a national pipeline network that would unify transport and investment decisions Regulators
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the gas because the ships that transport the fuel sail under foreign flags The 1920 Jones Act bans foreign
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and soft demand from transport — once hailed as a major growth driver of LNG demand — buffeted the sector
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is supporting the use of gas in heavy transport such as shipping and is also helping smaller and less
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that the extraction processing handling and transport of petroleum could all be factored into the equation “‘Upstream
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which was built for the Finnish Transport Agency and will be delivered later this year is said
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on cheap feedstock gas but it faces stiff transport costs given its location on the Arctic coast a long way
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16 to construct a pipeline to transport natural gas from Karachi inland to Lahore Moscow will lend
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since at least 2017 and effectively means vessel owners would be subsidizing the transport of oil
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at UBS Wealth Management Weak transportation demand and a slower than hoped economic recovery in the U
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diplomatic and transport ties with the country in 2017 accusing it of supporting terrorism Doha denies
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companies buy the LNG from FortisBC and transport it aboard container ships to industrial buyers in China
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daytime hours The plant would pull gas from a nearby pipeline liquefy it and store it for truck transport
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transport and liquefy gas from Alberta The developers say that using hydroelectricity to power the LNG plant