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2014-10-02 08:32:28

DALLAS, October 2, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- According to new market research report "Pipeline Transportation Market by Solution (Security Solutions, Automation and Control,

2013-06-08 23:01:45

“Pipeline Industry to 2017 – Rising Global Energy Demand and Increased Shale Gas Exploration Encouraging Growth” is the new research report added to ReportsnReports.com store.

2010-10-06 09:00:00

DALLAS, Oct. 6 /PRNewswire/ -- Momentis, a wholly-owned subsidiary of leading North American energy services company Just Energy, announced today it is expanding its services into Illinois. The announcement follows Momentis' entry into the New York, Ohio and Ontario, Canada markets.

2009-05-08 07:25:55

Rising shale gas production in the United States and Canada as well as potential natural gas supplies from Iraq could be pivotal in curbing Russia’s ability to organize an “energy weapon” against European consumers.

2008-10-23 09:00:32

Russian gas major Gazprom has reported operating profit of RUB365.63 billion for the first quarter ended March 31, 2008, compared to RUB209.79 billion for the same period of 2007.

2008-10-06 15:00:34

Excerpt from report by Russian state news agency RIA Novosti Moscow, 6 October: The general scheme for the gas industry of Russia until the year 2030 does not include in its export forecasts any gas supplies to China due to a number of factors which question its effectiveness, a draft document in the possession of RIA Novosti says.

2008-09-29 12:00:35

Russian gas monopoly Gazprom's management committee has announced that it is considering data with regard to providing independent gas producers with non-discriminatory access to the Unified Gas Supply System.

2008-09-25 15:00:49

Text of report by Croatian newspaper Vjesnik website on 20 September [Report by Zeljko Buksa: "In the Next 12 Years, Croatia Must Double Its Production of Electric Power"] The draft energy strategy will be completed in two to three weeks.

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