Good Midstream news for April-May 2020
The O&G industry is going through the crisis, and companies are trying to overcome it. The major pipeline players make their way and keep moving with their projects - and we gather the good Midstream news for April-May 2020.
Total acquires Tullow’s interests in Uganda Lake Albert development projectUnder the terms of the deal, Total will acquire all of Tullow’s existing 33% stake in each of the Lake Albert project licenses and the proposed East African Crude Oil Pipeline (EACOP) System.
Sonatrach announce filling of GR7 gas pipeline
The Algerian national oil company Sonatrach successfully proceeded to gas the GR7 pipeline, between El Menia (Adrar) and Hassi R'mel (Laghouat).
Gazprom tells about the status of its major investment projectsGazprom shared the latest news about its main projects: Amur Gas Processing Plant, the Power of Siberia and other gas pipelines, oil and gas fields in Yakutia, in the Irkutsk Region, and in the Yamal Peninsula.
TAP project 94% completedThe Trans Adriatic Pipeline (TAP) project, which envisages transportation of Azerbaijani gas to Europe, is 94.1% complete as of late March. Commercial gas flows through TAP are being planned to start in October 2020.
GAZ- SYSTEM selected pipelay contractor for Baltic Pipe offshoreGAZ-SYSTEM signed contract with Saipem Limited for the performance of works related to laying the gas pipeline in the Baltic Sea.