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Pipeline integrity practices ‘vital to energy sector’, posted on TradeArabia

With numerous developments in LNG and offshore gas worldwide, it has become imperative for companies to fortify the existing pipelines and increase their life cycle through best pipeline integrity practices, according to experts. [Read More…]  

Canada’s rail industry shows it’s on the right track by Ricky Leong, posted on the Sun News Network

Formal changes to rail safety don’t appear to be on the fast track yet but it seems they’re heading that way. A report made public this past weekend by Transport Canada asks government to strengthen requirements for tanker cars designed to carry oil. [Read More…]  

STW Resources Pipeline Completes Construction of Two Pipeline Projects Amid Continuing Expansion, posted on SYSCON Media

TW Resources Holding Corp. announced today that its wholly owned subsidiary STW Pipeline Maintenance & Construction completed construction of two new pipeline projects for major producers in the Permian Basin, one of which was a multi-mile pipeline. Pipeline said it has been awarded a third contract for a multi-mile pipeline, which presently is under construction and is in various stages in the bidding process for additional projects. [Read More…]  

Markets Live: Rally runs out of puff by Patrick Commins, posted on the Sydney Morning Herald

A strong interim profit result from Australia’s biggest resource company, BHP, has lifted the local stock exchange, offsetting some earnings disappointments. The benchmark S&P/ASX 200 Index rose 9.9 points, or 0.2 per cent, to 5392.8, while the broader All Ordinaries Index added 0.1 per cent to 5402.2, as investors focused on a mixed bag of half-year company earnings reports.  [Read More…]  

Harper may feel Mexican heat over visas by Jessica Hume, posted on the Sun News Network

Despite sunny skies and hot weather, Prime Minister Stephen Harper may not get the warmest reception during his first official visit to Mexico. Though Mexican officials have hinted that tensions over a visa imposed in 2009 by the Canadian government will not overtake the week’s events, the issue has also been a roadblock to increased economic co-operation between the two countries – exactly what this trip is intended to foster. [Read More…]  

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