Tag: Ineos

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Energy, Pipeline Gas Journal, Pipelines

Forties Pipeline System Shutdown

On Dec. 11, a hairline crack 5 to 6 inches long was detected during a routine inspection of the Forties Pipeline System (FPS) near Netherley, just south of Aberdeen, Scotland. As a result, the pipeline’s new owner, Ineos, announced a shut-down, anticipating weeks for repairs. The suspension of this pipeline, […]

Africa, Asia, Energy, Energy Trading, Gas, Innovation, Liquid Natural Gas, Pipelines, Shipping, South Africa, South East Asia, South East Europe, Technology, Transport

Virtual pipelines a solution for small scale LNG

Nicholas Newman Never heard of virtual pipelines, well I had better explain they are scheduled shipments of oil and gas transported by barge, ship, rail or road tanker to customers located beyond existing pipeline networks. Here is a snap-shot of some of the market developments and innovations worldwide concerned with virtual LNG […]

Britain, Energy Policy, Gas

Turning Point, 2015

Nicholas Newman Shale Gas Investment Guide December 2014. The UK is one of the four major European countries in which investors have high expectations that shale gas exploration could be a commercial success by 2020. British-owned   Cuadrilla Resources, an independent pioneer of fracking in the UK, has been joined by […]