Latest Pan-European Pipeline Stories
By Share, Jeff Executive Profile As the world anxiously watches Russian bombs rain their death and destruction over neighboring Georgia, one bears in mind that energy pipelines are one of the key issues that is causing increased tensions between Russia, Georgia and several of its other Caspian neighbors in recent years.
Text of report in English by Romanian government news agency Agerpres Bucharest, 22 August: Nabucco project has not [been] endangered by developments in Georgia, said, on Friday [22 August], at Cotroceni presidential Palace, President Traian Basescu, as a conclusion to a diplomatic tour he made on Wednesday and Thursday, in Black Sea countries.
By Kayla Bunge, The Janesville Gazette, Wis. Jul. 25--The construction of 22 miles of crude oil pipeline continues along the eastern edge of Rock County despite a pending lawsuit filed by some Clinton Township farmers unhappy with the prospect of the pipeline company condemning their land.
By Chris Lusvardi, Herald & Review, Decatur, Ill. Jul. 19--DECATUR -- Officials with Rockies Express Pipeline are ready to proceed with construction on the project, but work could be delayed due to concerns over the role of local union workers.
Romania involved in developing pan-European oil pipeline BUCHAREST, July 17 (Xinhua) -- Romania, represented by Oil Terminal and Conpet, has signed the memorandum and articles for associating to the company that will develop the pan-European oil pipeline project (PEOP), said a news release sent to the Bucharest Stock Exchange on Thursday.
By Mary Tallon, Herald & Review, Decatur, Ill. Jul. 11--DECATUR -- Construction of a high-speed natural gas pipeline through the area is in limbo after the Macon County Board voted 17-2 Thursday to table a measure to give Rockies Express approval to bore under county roads.
Text of report by Croatian privately-owned independent weekly Nacional, on 10 June ["Exclusive" report by Marko Biocina, Plamenko Cvitic and Berislav Jelinic: "Sanader's Nuclear Programme"] The great increase in energy prices has begun to seriously endanger the profitable business activity of the Croatian economy and the living standard of citizens, and the government, faced with the problem, has decided to embark on the realization of major infrastructural projects that are supposed to...
By STEVE MERTL BURNABY, B.C. (CP) - Thick, black oil dripped from lampposts, splattered across suburban lawns and crept into the Burrard Inlet after a geyser of crude spewed from a burst pipeline Tuesday.
- A hairdresser.