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 project
Under 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.
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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). 
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Gazprom tells about the status of its major investment projects
Gazprom 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.
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TAP project 94% completed
The 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.
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GAZ- SYSTEM selected pipelay contractor for Baltic Pipe offshore
GAZ-SYSTEM signed contract with Saipem Limited for the performance of works related to laying the gas pipeline in the Baltic Sea.
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