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Don't do this to your client! Moving into B.C. on autopilot can create issues for the owner or CM

Many construction companies are moving into the British Columbia market. Those that do so on “autopilot” may create serious issues for your organization and your client.

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Egypt's Parliament approves extending SUMED work for 27 years

The Arab Petroleum Pipelines Company (SUMED) executes oil projects with investments of $415 million.

The Energy and Environment Committee of the House of Representatives, headed by MP Talaat Al-Suwaidi, approved on Sunday a draft law of the government to extend the term of the Arab Petroleum Pipelines Company (SUMED). 287 more words

Egypt, Cyprus to start talks on agreement to construct gas pipeline

Egypt and Cyprus have agreed to start discussions in December on an agreement to build a gas pipe from a Cypriot natural gas field to take gas to Egypt, Cypriot state radio reported on Monday. 299 more words

Global Markets: China’s LNG imports soar, handling capacity expands

Chinese government’s decision to switch the northeast regions of Tianjin and Hebei from coal to gas has seen the country’s LNG imports rise 42 percent in the first nine months of the year.  308 more words

Mozambique Oil And Gas Industry

Rosneft deal boosts Russia-China relationship

State group to supply CEFC with 61m tonnes of oil over next five years

By Henry Foy in Moscow

Russia’s state-run oil group Rosneft has agreed to supply its new partner CEFC China Energy with almost 61m tonnes of oil over the next five years, strengthening the most high-profile corporate link in the burgeoning relationship between Moscow and Beijing. 444 more words

The promises and challenges of Egypt’s Zohr gas field development

Eight wells have been drilled, four of which can produce 7.1 million-9.9 million cubic metres of gas per day each.
Egypt is to start produc­tion at the massive Zohr gas field before the year is out. 702 more words

'Sickening': First Nations left empty-handed as environmentalist pressure kills B.C. energy projects

Ellis Ross is filled with gut-wrenching dread as several major proposed energy projects unravel in British Columbia.

The former chief counsellor of the Haisla Nation near Kitimat has laboured for more than 13 years to improve Indigenous lives through economic self-sufficiency — it’s how he says he measures success — and now it could all come crashing down because of what he believes are misguided government actions that burden those projects with unnecessary costs. 2,202 more words