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Excerpt from report by Russian state news agency ITAR-TASS Asgabat, 27 June: In 2009 Turkmenistan will transport natural gas from the right bank of the Amu Darya [river] to China via Uzbekistan and Kazakhstan, the president of Turkmenistan, Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedow, said in his welcoming message today to participants in the construction of a gas processing facility at the Samandepe field [in eastern Turkmenistan].
By Sanjay Dutta NEW DELHI: At a time when the Left is thwarting the nuclear pact with US, its ideological beacon, China, is raising the bar for another energy deal India is trying to work out in Central Asia.
By Sanjay Dutta NEW DELHI: The petroleum ministry is planning a conclave of top energy officials and honchos of oil companies from Central Asian countries and Russia, the biggest crude producer outside the Opec cartel, in November.
Excerpt from report by pro-government Turkmenistan.ru Internet newspaper website on 18 June The first meeting of the tripartite coordination committee on the construction of the Caspian gas pipeline and the modernization of the current international gas transportation system was held in the Turkmen capital on 17 June.
Excerpt from report by state-run Iranian radio Turkmen service on 13 June [Presenter] Esteemed listeners, here is our colleague with a report on Turkmen gas export options to Europe.
The development of the Dovletabad gas field in Turkmenistan has reached a major milestone with the groundbreaking at the Dovletabad-2 gas compressor station and the commissioning of the Dovletabad-3 booster compressor, according to Interfax.
HOUSTON, Nov. 1 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Spectra Energy is proposing to build a new geographically strategic natural gas pipeline system - the Bronco Pipeline - to connect Rocky Mountain natural gas supplies with under-served Western markets.
KYZYLORDA. Aug 24 (Interfax) - The KuatAmlonMunai JV has commissioned a pumping station at the Konys field it is developing and the Konys-Kumkol oil pipeline in south Kazakhstan.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The White House said on Tuesday it still opposes a proposed natural gas pipeline linking energy-rich Iran with India, clarifying remarks by President George W. Bush that seemed to soften U.S. opposition to the project.
MUMBAI (Reuters) - India and Iran will hold bilateral talks this week in New Delhi to discuss the progress of a proposed $7 billion Iran-Pakistan-India pipeline and a separate liquefied natural gas deal between the two nations.